restricted access   Volume 46, Issue 1&2, Earrach/Samhradh / Spring/Summer 2011

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

pp. 7-19
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“Integrated as Outsiders”: Teague’s Blanket and the Irish Immigrant “Problem” in Early Modern Britain

pp. 20-42
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Celtic Gaslight: Urban Material Culture in the Writings of Seumas O’Sullivan

pp. 43-65
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A Brechtian Epic on Eccles Street: Matter, Meaning, and History in “Ithaca”

pp. 66-86
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“Emblems or Symbols, Not Pictures”: W. B. Yeats and Free State Coinage Design

pp. 87-105
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“Something Solid to Put Your Heels On”: Representation and Transformation in The Bell

pp. 106-127
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Saints, Shamrocks, and Signifying Practices: Aer Lingus and the Materialization of Irish Identity

pp. 128-151
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Elizabeth Bowen’s Toys and the Imperatives of Play

pp. 152-176
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The Material Culture of Marriage: What Wedding Gifts Can Tell Us about 1940s Dublin

pp. 177-193
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Stupidity Tries: Objects, Things, and James Joyce’s “Clay”

pp. 194-223
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 224-226
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