Volume 30, Number 4, Geimhreadh / Winter 1995

Table of Contents

Editors’ Notes

pp. 3-6
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Articles

Exile, Attitude, and the Sin-É Café: Notes on the “New Irish”

pp. 7-17
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The Irish Catholic Schooling of James T. Farrell, 1914–23

pp. 18-32
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“Good Relations”: Irish Neutrality and the Propaganda of John Betjeman, 1941–43

pp. 33-46
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Dánta Úra: New Poems

pp. 47-57
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Strained Neutrality: Irish-American Catholics, Woodrow Wilson, and the Lusitania

pp. 58-75
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Theatre and Cultural Politics in Northern Ireland: The Over the Bridge Controversy, 1959

pp. 76-93
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The Fall of Parnell: Hugh Price Hughes and the Nonconformist Conscience

pp. 94-110
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Éamon de Valéra’s Indispensable Secretary: Kathleen O’Connell, 1888–1956

pp. 111-133
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Portraits of Irish Patriots by Oliver Sheppard, 1865–1941

pp. 134-153
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“Rising Out”: Medbh McGuckian’s Destabilizing Poetics

pp. 154-172
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Portraying the Irish Palatines: An Example of Alterity Discourse

pp. 173-180
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Tuarscáil ar Theanga: Language Report

A Hundred Years: Irish Language Courses in American Colleges

pp. 181-186
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Book Reviews

The Course of Irish History ed. by T. W. Moody, F. X. Martin (review)

pp. 187-188
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The Prince of the Quotidian by Paul Muldoon, and: Goldfish in a Baby Bath by Áine Miller (review)

pp. 188-190
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Notes and Queries

p. 191
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Cover

p. 93
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