Volume 6, Number 1, Earrach/Spring 2002

Table of Contents

From: New Hibernia Review

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Editors' Notes: NotaĆ­ na nEagarthoiri

pp. 5-8
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A Yankee Poet's Irish Headwaters

pp. 9-17
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The Myth of Hidden Ireland: The Corrosive Effect of Place in The Quiet Man

pp. 18-32
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Filiocht Nua: New Poetry

pp. 33-43
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The Origins and Early Years of the Northern Ireland Women's Coalition

pp. 44-58
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Women and Irish-Ireland: The Domestic Nationalism of Mary Butler

pp. 59-72
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Brendan Behan's Lament for Gaelic Ireland: The Quare Fellow

pp. 73-93
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Learning about Dying: Mutability and the Classics in the Poetry of Michael Longley

pp. 94-112
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The Orangeman (1915) as Ulster-American Origin Narrative

pp. 113-130
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Mysterious Crafts: The Figure of Printing in the Poems of Greg Delanty

pp. 130-137
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Funding for Research in Institutions of Higher Learning in Ireland

pp. 138-145
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Léirmheasanna: Reviews

Newspapers and Nationalism: The Irish Provincial Press, 1850-1892 (review)

pp. 146-147
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Reading Roddy Doyle (review)

pp. 148-149
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Ireland and the Marshall Plan, 1947-57 (review)

pp. 149-151
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Irish Media: A Critical History Since 1922 (review)

pp. 151-152
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Misery Hill (review)

pp. 153-154
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When I Was Young: Nuair a Bhi Me Og (review)

pp. 155-156
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Weather and Warfare: A Climatic History of the 1798 Rebellion (review)

pp. 156-157
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