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A Profound Friendship

Author: Andrew J. Garavel, S.J. (Santa Clara University).

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Anne Jamison. E.Œ. Somerville and Martin Ross: Female Authorship and Literary Collaboration. Cork: Cork University Press, 2016, x + 220 pp.  

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Are We “Post”-Ireland?

Author: Magdalena Kay (University of Victoria)

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Post-Ireland? Essays on Contemporary Irish Poetry. Edited by Jefferson Holdridge and Brian Ó Conchubhair. Winston Salem: Wake Forest University Press, 2017, 416 pp.

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“What it is to see”

Author: James McNaughton (University of Alabama)

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David Lloyd. Beckett’s Thing: Painting and Theatre. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016, xiii + 253 pp.

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Heaven and Earth

Author: Peter McDonald (University of Oxford)

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Northern Irish Poetry And Theology

Gail McConnell. Northern Irish Poetry and Theology. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, xii + 262 pp.

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Reconfiguring Ireland’s Great Famine

Author: Enda Delaney (University of Edinburgh)

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L. Perry Curtis Jr. Notice to Quit: The Great Famine Evictions. Camden CT and Cork: Quinnipiac University Press and Cork University Press, 2015, 44 pp.  

Michael Foley. Death in Every Paragraph: Journalism and the Great Irish Famine. Camden CT and Cork: Quinnipiac University Press and Cork University Press, 2015, 48 pp.  

Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh. “I Mbéal an Bháis”: The Great Famine and the Language Shift in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Camden CT and Cork: Quinnipiac University Press  and Cork University Press, 2015, 52 pp.

Robert Smart. Black Roads: The Famine in Irish Literature Camden CT and Cork: Quinnipiac University Press and Cork University Press, 2015, 44 pp.

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Dublin Memorialized

Author: Siobhán Purcell (National Unversity of Ireland, Galway)

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Thomas McGonigle. St. Patrick’s Day: another day in Dublin. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2016, 244 pp.

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