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New Hibernia Review

Volume 10, Issue 3, Fómhar / Autumn 2006

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Nótaí na nEagarthóirí: Editors' Notes
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Val Mulkerns "Did You Once See Shelley Plain?": Dublin, The Bell the Fifties
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Enda Leaney Phrenology in Nineteenth-Century Ireland
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Gerald Dawe Filíocht Nua: New Poetry
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Laura G. Eldred Francie Pig vs. the Fat Green Blob from Outer Space: Horror Films and The Butcher Boy
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Temple Cone Knowing the Street Map by Foot: Ciaran Carson's Belfast Confetti
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Eoin Cannon The Heavyweight Champion of Irishness: Ethnic Fighting Identities Today
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Karen Vandevelde "What s All the Stir About?": Gerald MacNamara, Synge, and the Early Abbey Theatre
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Nuacht faoi Údair: News of Authors
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Jill Franks Sex, Guns, and Death: Deborah Warner s Adaptation of The Last September
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Claire-Louise Bennett Embodying Individualism, Re-Imagining Community: Irish Theater in 2005
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Jerome Joseph Day Riot and Great Anger: Stage Censorship in Twentieth-Century Ireland, by Joan FitzPatrick Dean
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James J. Kennelly Thomas A. Finlay S.J., 1848-1940: Educationalist, Editor, Social Reformer, by Thomas J. Morrissey
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Francis M. Carroll Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture, edited by James S. Donnelly, Jr.
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Donna L. Potts Through American and Irish Wars: The Life and Times of General Thomas W. Sweeny 1820-1892. by Jack Morgan
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Amy Nejezchleb The Irish Experience During the Second World War: An Oral History, by Benjamin Grob-Fitzgibbon
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Donna Decker Schuster Kate O'Brien: A Writing Life, by Eibhaear Walshe
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William F. Martin Representing the Troubles in Irish Short Fiction, by Michael L. Storey
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Cover: Clúdach
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