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1. New Hibernia Review: Volume > 25 > Issue: 3
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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Chris Arthur Particle Metaphysics
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Eva Burke Irish Crime Fiction, by Brian Cliff
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Bridget English Disability and Life Writing in Post-Independence Ireland, by Elizabeth Grubgeld
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Colum Kenny Biomedical Controversies in Catholic Ireland: A Contemporary History of Divisive Social Issues, by Don O’Leary
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Francis M. Carroll Crowdfunding the Revolution: The First Dáil Loan and the Battle for Irish Inde­pendence, by Patrick O’Sullivan Greene
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Francis M. Carroll Ireland’s Revolutionary Diplomat: A Biography of Leopold Kerney, by Barry Whelan
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Richard Rankin Russell On Seamus Heaney, by R. F. Foster
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Angela Griffith Cover | Clúdach
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David Gardiner Editor’s Notes | Nótaí na nEagarthóirí
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Noel Monahan Dreaming at the Moat of Granard
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Richard Butler Transatlantic Visions of a Technological Modernity: Railway Development and North Atlantic Steam Networks in the West of Ireland, 1825–1838
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Phyllis Boumans “In the Light of All This Who Then Dares Call Me a Provincial?”: Bryan MacMahon’s Short Stories in The Bell
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