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Anglo-Irish song-writers since Moore.

Colm O"Lochlainn

Anglo-Irish song-writers since Moore.

by Colm O"Lochlainn

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Published by Bibliographical Society ofIreland .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesBibliographical Society of Ireland. Publications-vol.6, no.1
The Physical Object
Pagination24p.,22cm
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19271062M

John Banville. Another County Wexford native, John Banville was Literary Editor at The Irish Times from to He published his first book – a short story collection entitled Long Lankin – in , before going on to write 17 : Kate Phelan. Anglo-Irish literature. Quick Reference. A term used to describe Irish writing in English which helps to distinguish this tradition from English literature and literature in Gaelic. The term Anglo-Irish was applied increasingly by 19th-cent.

  VIII Spinsters Ball: George Moore and the Land Agitation IX "The Strain of the Double Loyalty": Edith Somerville and Martin Ross X W. B. Yeats and the End of Anglo-Irish Literature XI After the End: The Anglo-Irish Postmortem Author: Julian Moynahan.   by Morgan Llewellyn is a historical novel with more history than most books of this genre, but both the history and the fiction are well-told. The book climaxes with the Easter Rising, which is preceded by four years in the life of fictional Ned Halloran and the real and fictional people with whom he comes into contact/5.

But this is a book in a different category. Based on a great deal of research, it is the tale of the maritime country which, since the Anglo-Irish Treaty of , has consistently turned her back to the sea unless unusual events have caused a temporary change of by: 1. ISBN: x cm Studies in Contemporary Irish Literature volume 2 Irish Literary Studies series (ISSN X) volume 43 This is the second of four collections of essays intended to be published under the general title Studies in Contemporary Irish Literature (only two were) which are devoted to critical analysis of Irish writing since the s.


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