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  Volume 14, Number 1, Earrach/Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Nótaí na nEagarthóirí: Editors' Notes

pp. 5-8

Rambles with Leo: A Howth Childhood

pp. 9-13

"The Gates Were Shut": Catholics, Chapels, and Power in Late Nineteenth-Century Ireland

pp. 14-35

Filíocht Nua: New Poetry

pp. 36-41

Breaking the Habit: Samuel Beckett's Critique of Irish-Ireland

pp. 42-58

After the Ryan and Murphy Reports: A Roundtable on the Irish Catholic Church

pp. 59-77

Belonging as Mastery: Selfhood and Otherness in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney

pp. 78-95

Matilda Tone in America: Exile, Gender, and Memory in the Making of Irish Republican Nationalism

pp. 96-111

"Níl an Focal Sin Againn": Orality, Literacy, and Accounts of the 1798 Rebellion

pp. 112-126

Ominous Festivals, Ambivalent Nostalgia: Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa and Billy Roche's Amphibians

pp. 127-141

Music and the Irish Literary Imagination (review)

pp. 142-145

Ireland and Irish America: Culture, Class, and Transatlantic Migration (review)

pp. 145-150

Tourism, Landscape, and the Irish Character: British Travel Writers in Pre-Famine Ireland (review)

pp. 150-152

Ringside Seats: An Insider's View of the Crisis in Northern Ireland (review)

pp. 152-154

Knock: The Virgin's Apparition in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (review)

pp. 154-157

Nuacht faoi Údair: News of Authors

p. 158

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