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  Volume 43:3&4, Fómhar/Geimhreadh / Fall/Winter 2008

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction

pp. 5-10

Speaking the Unspeakable: Male Humiliation and Female National Allegory after Kinsale

pp. 11-30

Text and Textile in Sydney Owenson’s The Wild Irish Girl

pp. 31-57

Ellen O’Leary: A Bold Fenian Poet

pp. 58-84

You Have the Right to Refuse Silence: Oscar Wilde’s Prison Letters and Tom Clarke’s Glimpses of an Irish Felon’s Prison Life

pp. 85-117

Cover Note: Alice Maher’s Cell: An Archaeology of the Prison Image

pp. 118-122

Funny Business: Popular Comedy and Entertainment Culture in Northern Ireland

pp. 123-156

“Evanescent Impressions”: Public Lectures and the Popularization of Science in Ireland, 1770–1860

pp. 157-182

Cartography and Utilitarianism versus Culture: Thomas Colby of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland

pp. 183-216

“How to Smash the British Empire”: John Forrest Kelly’s Irish World and the Boycott of 1920–21

pp. 217-252

Fine Gael’s Uncomfortable History: The Legacy of Cumann na nGaedheal

pp. 253-266

“Repaying a Debt of Gratitude”: Foreign Minority Nationalists and the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Easter Rising in 1966

pp. 267-289



pp. 290-292

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