restricted access   Volume 45:3&4, Fomhar/Geimhreadh / Fall/Winter 2010

Table of Contents

Return of the Repressed?: "Haunted Castles" in Seventeenth-Century Munster

pp. 7-26
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John Lynch and Renaissance Humanism in Stuart Ireland: Catholic Intellectuals, Protestant Noblemen, and the Irish Respublica

pp. 27-40
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The Famine of 1740-41: Representations in Gaelic Poetry

pp. 41-62
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Gerard Dillon: Nationalism, Homosexuality, and the Modern Irish Artist

pp. 63-94
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Modernist Nationalism in Dana: An Irish Magazine of Independent Thought (1904)

pp. 95-123
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"A Good Quaker and a Bad Sinn Feiner": Identity Formation in Rosamond Jacob's Diary

pp. 124-146
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"The Indispensable Informer": Daniel O'Sullivan Goula and the Phoenix Society, 1858-59

pp. 147-183
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Explaining the Altnaveigh Massacre

pp. 184-210
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The 1975 British-Provisional IRA Truce in Perspective

pp. 211-244
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Haiku Aesthetics and Grassroots Internationalization: Japan in Irish Poetry

pp. 245-277
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 278-280
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