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The matter with Ireland

Author: Bernard Shaw; Dan H Laurence; David H Greene
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2001.
Series: Florida Bernard Shaw series.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd ed., 1st University Press of Florida edView all editions and formats
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With the addition of thirteen previously uncollected pieces, this new volume of Bernard Shaw's political journalism presents the most complete book in existence of Shaw's writing on Ireland and its political troubles. Representing a 60-year period beginning in 1886, these selections include essays, newspaper and magazine articles, letters to the editor, interviews, and passages from books.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Shaw; Dan H Laurence; David H Greene
ISBN: 0813018862 9780813018867
OCLC Number: 45784293
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxvi, 354 pages : portrait ; 24 cm.
Contents: The making of the Irish Nation (1886) --
The Coercion Bill (1887) --
A Balfour Ballad (1888) --
The Tories and Ireland (1888) --
A crib for home rulers (1888) --
The Parnell Forger (1889) --
Shall Parnell go? (1890) --
Oscar Wilde (1905) --
Preface for politicians (1907) --
The Gaelic League (1910) --
The Irish Literary Movement (1910) --
My motto is Ireland for All (1910) --
The Irish players (1911) --
The protestants of Ireland (1912-13) --
The third Home Rule bill and Ulster (1913) --
A note on aggressive nationalism (1913) --
Mad dogs in uniform (1913) --
Wake up, Ulster! (1914) --
Ireland and the First World War (1914) --
In behalf of an Irish pacifist (1915) --
Touring Ireland (1916) --
Irish nonsense about Ireland (1916) --
Neglected morals of the Irish Rising (1916) --
The Easter Week Executions (1916) --
Roger Casement (1916-37) --
Brogue-Shock (1917) --
How to settle the Irish question (1917) --
The new nation (1917) --
Literature in Ireland (1918) --
The children of the Dublin slums (1918) --
War issues for Irishmen (1918) --
Sir Edward Carson's Other Island (1918) --
The Dominion League (1919) --
Wanted: a strong government (1919) --
Why devolution will not do (1919-20) --
How Ireland impressed Mr. Chesterton (1919) --
Socialism and Ireland (1919) --
The reign of terror (1920) --
The betrayal of Ulster (1920) --
Partition of Ireland: a forecast (1920) --
The British offer (1921) --
The Irish crisis (1921) --
The eve of civil war (1922) --
On the death of Michael Collins (1922) --
How to restore order in Ireland (1923) --
Safe holidays in Ireland (1923) --
On throwing out dirty water (1923) --
Ireland's forgotten prisoners (1924) --
The Irish censorship (1928) --
Shaw talks of Ireland (1932) --
The Irish Academy of Letters (1932) --
On St. Patrick's Cathedral (1935) --
Eire-Ulster-and Britain (1938) --
On Irish neutrality (1939-40) --
An appeal to the IRA (1940) --
Eamon de Valera and the Second World War (1940-44) --
The greatest living Irishman? (1941) --
Eire and Hitler (1945) --
A film industry for Ireland (1945-47) --
Shaw speaks to his native city (1946) --
Ireland eternal and external (1948) --
Ulster and Partition (1949) --
Envoi (1950).
Series Title: Florida Bernard Shaw series.
Responsibility: Bernard Shaw ; edited by Dan H. Laurence and David H. Greene.

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