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New Hibernia Review

Volume 17, Issue 3, Fómhar / Autumn 2013

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Nótaí na nEagarthóirí: Editors’ Notes
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Leanne O’Sullivan On the Beara Peninsula: Written in Stone
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Michael Huggins The Nation and Giuseppe Mazzini, 1842–48
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J. Edward Mallot “There’s No Good Riot Footage Any More”: Waging Northern Ireland’s Media War in Eoin McNamee’s Resurrection Man
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Clúdach: Cover
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Geraldine Mitchell Filíocht Nua: New Poetry
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Dominic Bryan, Mike Cronin, Tina O’Toole, Catriona Pennell Ireland’s Decade of Commemorations: A Roundtable
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Nelson Barre Old Stories, New Styles: Irish Theater in 2012
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Aidan Beatty Irish Modernity and the Politics of Contraception, 1979–1993
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James H. Murphy Daniel O’Connell and the Catholic Lawyer in Irish Victorian Fiction
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Katarzyna Bartoszyńska Adam Smith’s Problems: Sympathy in Owenson’s Wild Irish Girl and Edgeworth’s Ennui
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Mary Fitzgerald-Hoyt Mother/Country: Politics of the Personal in the Fiction of Colm Tóibín, by Kathleen Costello-Sullivan
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James E. Doan Irish and Scottish Encounters with Indigenous Peoples: Canada, the United States, New Zealand, and Australia, ed. Graeme Morton and David A. Wilson
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Mathieu W. Billings The Dynamiters: Irish Nationalism and Political Violence in the Wider World, 1867–1900, by Niall Whelehan
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Sharon Chmielarz Angels and Harvesters by James Harpur
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Kenneth L. Shonk, Jr Irish Blood, English Heart: Second Generation Irish Musicians in England by Sean Campbell, pp. 260. Cork: Cork University Press, 2011
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Vincent M. Smiles Irish Catholicism and Science: From ‘Godless Colleges’ to the ‘Celtic Tiger,’ by Don O’Leary
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