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  Volume 44:3&4, Earrach/Samhradh / Fall/Winter 2009

Table of Contents

Cover Note

p. 8

“A Vestigial Population”?: Perspectives on Southern Irish Protestants in the Twentieth Century

pp. 9-42

The “Christian Society” of Garret FitzGerald and Pierre Elliott Trudeau

pp. 43-74

Sweeney Astray: The Other in Oneself

pp. 75-93

“Colleen Modernism”: Modernism’s Afterlife in Irish Women’s Writing

pp. 94-117

Passion’s Possibilities: Kate O’Brien’s Sexological Discourse in Without My Cloak

pp. 118-139

The Myth Business: Jeremiah and Alma Curtin in Ireland, 1887–1893

pp. 140-170

White, with a Class-Based Blight: Drawing Irish Americans

pp. 171-199

Cockney Tourists, Irish Guides, and the Invention of the Emerald Isle

pp. 200-228

Whose Island?: Sovereignty in Late Medieval and Early Modern Ireland

pp. 229-247

“Facts newly stated”: John Curry, the 1641 Rebellion, and Catholic Revisionism in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 1747–80

pp. 248-277


pp. 278-280

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