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New Hibernia Review

Volume 8, Issue 3, Fómhar/Autumn 2004

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Editors' Notes: Nótaí na nEagarthóirí
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A Monument More Lasting Than Bronze: Eoin McKiernan, 1915-2004
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James Murphy Finding Home: Aughkiltubred, 1969
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E. Moore Quinn Toasters and Boasters: John D. Crimmins's St. Patrick's Day (1902)
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Joanna Brooks Held Captive by the Irish: Quaker Captivity Narratives in Frontier Pennsylvania
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Jack Morgan Thoreau's "The Shipwreck" (1855): Famine Narratives and the Female Embodiment of Catastrophe
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Louise Imogen Guiney Filíocht Nua: New Poetry
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Daniel Tobin Modernism, Leftism, and the Spirit: The Poetry of Lola Ridge
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Ron Ebest Uncanny Realist: John T. Mclntyre and Steps Going Down (1936)
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Matthew L. Jockers A Window Facing West: Charles Driscoll's Kansas Irish
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Charles F. Duffy Family, Ireland, and Politics in Edwin O'Connor's All in the Family
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Grace Neville John Healy's Nineteen Acres: Mayo, America, and History from Below
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Mary L. Bogumil "Nothing Worse Than a Traveler Who Keeps Looking Backwards": The Murderous McLaughlins
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Nessa Cronin Ireland and Postcolonial Theory, ed. Clare Carroll and Patricia King
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Brian Cliff Contexts for Frank McGuinness's Drama, by Helen Heusner Lojek
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Darby Arant Reinventing Modern Dublin: Streetscape, Iconography and the Politics of Identity, by Yvonne Whelan
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John B. Davenport Evangelicalism and National Identity in Ulster, 1921-1998, by Patrick Mitchell
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Shillana Sanchez Wild Irish Women: Extraordinary Lives from History, by Marian Broderick
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Andrea Comiskey Lawse Maude Gonne's Irish Nationalist Writings 1895-1946, edited and introduced by Karen Steele
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Clúdach: Cover
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