Volume 41:3&4, Fómhar/Geimhreadh / Fall/Winter 2006

Table of Contents

From: Éire-Ireland

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Editors' Introduction

pp. 4-7
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Cover Note

pp. 9-10
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The Significance of the Armagh Dirty Protest

pp. 11-41
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Exorcising the Ghosts of Conflict in Northern Ireland: Stewart Parker's The Iceberg and Pentecost

pp. 42-58
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"The Only Thing British That Everybody Likes": Military-Civilian Relations in Late Victorian Ulster

pp. 59-79
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Irish Nationalism and Orange Unionism in Canada: A Reappraisal

pp. 80-109
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Irish Marxism and the Development of the Theory of Neo-Colonialism

pp. 110-132
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Indigenous Otherness: Some Aspects of Irish Traveller Social History

pp. 133-161
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Paddy Jumps Jim Crow: Irish-Americans and Blackface Minstrelsy

pp. 162-184
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Theater and Nation in Irish Romanticism: The Tragic Dramas of Charles Robert Maturin and Richard Lalor Sheil

pp. 185-214
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"Broad Farce and Thrilling Tragedy": Mangan's Fiction and Irish Gothic

pp. 215-244
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Emily Lawless's Maelcho and the Crisis of the Imperial Romance

pp. 245-266
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Contributors

pp. 267-269
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