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1. New Hibernia Review: Volume > 25 > Issue: 4
Adrienne Leavy Thomas Kinsella, 1928–2021
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Geraldine Mills Finding Home
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John Montague, Raymond N. Mackenzie The Life and Work of Samuel Beckett
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Sara Martín-Ruiz Unraveling the Thread of Tradition: Between History and Memory in Melatu Okorie’s “If George Could Talk”
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Dáithí De Mórdha “That Deep Relationship with the Locale”: Community and Place in Dún Chaoin, County Kerry
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Geraldine Mills New Poetry | Filíocht Nua
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Paul Carpenter Knock and the Heraldic Arms of the Archdiocese of Tuam
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Christopher P. Barton Perseverance, Resistance, and Community: An Introduction to the History, Heritage, and Archaeology of Great Blasket, County Kerry, Ireland
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Sean Williams The Magical Whiteness of Being Irish: Language and Song in American White Nationalism
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Liam Lanigan Modernism, Empire, World Literature, by Joe Cleary
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Christine Kinealy Kenmare: History and Survival. Fr John O’Sullivan and the Famine Poor, by Colum Kenny
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Angela Griffith Cover | Clúdach
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Eleanor Hooker A Poet Helms the Lifeboat
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Colum Kenny The Prism of Memoir: Padraic Colum and Arthur Griffith, Poet and President
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Mary Morrissy Una Watters: Everywoman Caught in the Rain
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Jack Quin Michael Longley’s Poetics of Painting
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Gail McConnell New Poetry | Filíocht Nua
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Bruce Stewart James Stephens and the Irish Constabulary
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Felix Morgenstern Of Sentimentalists, Rebels, and the Musically Attuned: Nineteenth-Century German Travel Writing on Ireland
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Gerard Moran Retaining Their Irish Identity: Marriage and the Famine Irish in Five Points, New York, in the 1850s
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