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  Volume 46:3&4, Fomhar/Geimhreadh / Fall/Winter 2011

Table of Contents

Reading Visual Art Rural Ireland: The Inside Story

pp. 5-6

Inner Lives: Creativity and Survival in Irish Rural Life

pp. 7-16

Repurposing Things in Irish Painting and the Irish Literary Revival

pp. 17-26

Clerical Errors: Reading Desire in a Nineteenth-Century Irish Painting

pp. 27-36

Young Ireland and The Nation: Nationalist Children’s Culture in the Late Nineteenth Century

pp. 37-62

The Global and the Local: Mapping Changes in Irish Childhood

pp. 63-83

Melodramatic Conventions and Atlantic History in Dion Boucicault

pp. 84-101

Ethnic Identities and Diasporic Sensibilities: Transnational Irish-American Nationalism in Boston after World War I

pp. 102-131

Roger Casement: How Effective Was the British Government’s Smear Campaign Exposing the Homosexual “Black Diaries”?

pp. 132-169

The Irish Stroker and the King: Valentine Greatrakes, Protestant Faith Healing, and the Restoration in Ireland

pp. 170-200

Educating for Ireland? The Urban Protestant Elite and the Early Years of Cork Grammar School, 1880–1914

pp. 201-226

Yeats’s Radiogenic Poetry: Oral Traditions and Auditory Publics

pp. 227-251

Paul Muldoon: Becoming Opera

pp. 252-276



pp. 277-279

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