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  Volume 47:3&4, Fomhar/Geimhreadh / Fall/Winter 2012

Table of Contents

Cover Note omitted from 47: 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 2012

pp. 5-6
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Harry Clarke’s Modernist Gaze

pp. 7-36
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Seeing Ghosts: Gothic Discourses and State Formation

pp. 37-63
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A Cult of No Personality: W. T. Cosgrave and the Election of 1933

pp. 64-90
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A “Cadre-Style” Party?: Cumann na nGaedheal Organization in Clare, Dublin North, and Longford-Westmeath, 1923–27

pp. 91-110
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The Murder of Patrick Howard: A Case Study of Police Crime in the War of Independence

pp. 111-140
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Big House Burnings in County Cork during the Irish Revolution, 1920–21

pp. 141-197
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“The South Needs Encouragement”: The Irish Republican Campaign in the American South and Southern Irish American Identity, 1919–20

pp. 198-229
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“The Fearful Crimes of Ireland”: Tabloid Journalism and Irish Nationalism in The Playboy of the Western World

pp. 230-250
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“No Dumb Ireland”: Robert Burns and Irish Cultural Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 251-268
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Review Essay

Formal (Re)Introductions: New Criticism of Yeats

pp. 269-279
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Contributors

pp. 280-282
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