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An interdisciplinary scholarly journal of international repute, Éire Ireland is the leading forum in the flourishing field of Irish Studies. Since 1966, Éire-Ireland has published a wide range of imaginative work and scholarly articles from all areas of the arts, humanities, and social sciences relating to Ireland and Irish America.
published byIrish-American Cultural Institute
viewing issueVolume 48, Issue 3&4, Fall/Winter 2013
Table of Contents
- Owen Lloyd and the De-Anglicization of the Irish Harp
- pp. 155-175
- DOI: 10.1353/eir.2013.0019
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