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  Volume 48, Issue 3&4, Fall/Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Arts and Crafts and Revivalism in Catholic Church Decoration: A Brief Duration

pp. 5-48
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“At Our Potatoes”: Recipes for Normality in Post-Union Ireland

pp. 49-78
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Confessing Ireland: Gerald Griffin and the Secret of Emancipation

pp. 79-102
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“The Noblest Offering that Nation Ever Made to Nation”: American Philanthropy and the Great Famine in Ireland

pp. 103-128
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The Dynamics of the Clerical-Lay Relationship in the Roscommon Gaelic League

pp. 129-154
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Owen Lloyd and the De-Anglicization of the Irish Harp

pp. 155-175
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The Black Mammy and the Irish Bridget: Domestic Service and the Representation of Race, 1830–1930

pp. 176-212
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Knock Shrine: The Worst of Times—The 1940s

pp. 213-264
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Manifest Problems with Destiny: Bret Harte and James Joyce’s Gothic Interruptions to National Narratives

pp. 265-288
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Review Essay: Queer Ireland

pp. 289-302
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A Selection of New Irish Poets

pp. 303-304
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The Ether Drinkers, and: Jemmy Button

pp. 305-307
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Ultrasound, and: Service Not Included

pp. 308-309
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The Mare Spikes a Glassy Loch, and: The Animal Room, and: Ghosts

pp. 310-312
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The Illustrator, and: Date, and: Clytemnestra, and: The International Balloon Fiesta: for Chloé Regan

pp. 313-315
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Sandymount Strand, Nocturne, and: Dublin, 1989, and: From Santiago Sketches, and: Poem for Frances

pp. 316-318
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Rain Song, and: Lullaby

pp. 319-320
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Safe House, and: Sparrow

pp. 321-322
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Midsummer, and: Marble Shepherd, and: Januaries, and: Summer Snowflake

pp. 323-324
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Contributors

pp. 325-328
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Research Areas

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