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1. New Hibernia Review: Volume > 25 > Issue: 2
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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José Lanters “Dragging Our Hidden Slums into the Centre of the Footlights”: Homelessness, Addiction, and Audience Discomfort in Sean O’Casey’s Nannie’s Night Out and ANU’s The Lost O’Casey
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Siobhán Campbell New Poetry | Filíocht Nua
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Gordon D’Arcy Glenconkeyne: How Ireland’s Largest Native Woodland Became the Timber Yard of the Plantation of Ulster
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Brandi S. Goddard “Our Toil Doth Sweeten Others”: Processional Banners and the Artists’ Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment
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Christopher Cusack, Marguérite Corporaal, Lindsay Janssen “In Ireland I’d Have Starved”: North American Fiction about the Great Irish Famine, 1850–1918
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Mary O’Dowd The Daughters of the First Earl of Cork: Writing Family, Faith, Politics and Place, by Ann-Maria Walsh
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Angela Griffith Cover | Clúdach
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David Gardiner Editor’s Notes | Nótaí na nEagarthóirí: Circling Back
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Thomas Dillon Redshaw Making Up the New Hibernia Review
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James Silas Rogers Tiny Little Orbits of Community
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Pilar Villar “The Text of It”: A Conversation with Eavan Boland
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Patrick Hicks “Memory Is Not Stable”: A Conversation with Glenn Patterson
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Adrienne Leavy “The Continuity of the Tradition”: An Interview with Thomas Kinsella
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Adrienne Leavy “As Clear as It Needs to Be”: A Conversation with Thomas Kinsella
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Theresa Wray “Any Story I Would Ever Tell, I Would Certainly Never Write”: An Interview with Mary Lavin
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Mária Kurdi “Really All Danger”: An Interview with Sebastian Barry
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