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The Field Day anthology of Irish writing

Author: Seamus Deane; Andrew Carpenter; Jonathan Williams
Publisher: Lawrence Hill, Derry, Northern Ireland : Field Day Publications ; London : Distributed by Faber & Faber, 1991-2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Translations into English
Literature
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Anthologies Traductions anglaises
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Seamus Deane; Andrew Carpenter; Jonathan Williams
ISBN: 0946755205 9780946755202 0393030466 9780393030464 081479906X 9780814799062 0814799078 9780814799079 0814799086 9780814799086 185918281X 9781859182819
OCLC Number: 24789891
Language Note: Text in English and Irish.
Notes: Vols. 4-5 have imprint: New York : New York University Press ; [Cork] Ireland : Cork University Press.
Description: 5 volumes ; 25 cm
Contents: V. 1 Early and middle Irish literature (c. 600-1600) --
Introduction ; from: Tain Bo Cuailnge (The cattle raide of Cuailnge) ; from: Longes Mac N-Uisleann (The exile of the sons of Uisliu) ; Aislinge Oenguso (The vision of Oenghus) ; from: Aislinge Mac Conglinne (The vision of MacConglinne) ; from: Fledh Bricrenn (The feast of Bricrui) ; Creatures great and small Ciaran of Saigir ; St Maelanfaid of Dairnis ; St Mochua ; from:Togail Bruidne Da Derga (The destruction of the hall of Da Derga) ; from: Serglige con culainn (The wasting sickness of Cu Chulainn) ; from: Tochmar Etaine (The wooing of Etain) ; Fianaigheacht (Membership of the fianna) ; from: Agallamh na Seanorach (The converse of the ancients) ; Caillech Berri (The old woman of Beare) ; Seasonal poems ; May-time ; Summer has come ; Winter ; The flightiness of thought ; The dead lover ; On the crucifixion ; Jesus and the sparrows ; Ranns and Epigrams ; The storm ; Pointless pilgrimage ; The monk's choice ; The light o' love ; An uncouth patron ; Flatulence ; A kiss ; The poet on his dead wife ; The scholar and his cat ; from: Immram Brain (The voyage of bran) ; Lyrics ; A stormy night ; The scribe out of doors ; The blackbird ; The blackbird at Belfast Lough ; The blackbird in the willow ; Liadan and Cuirithir ; from: Felire Oengusso (The Matryrology of Oengus) ; Do Mhac I Dhomhnuill (In praise of Conn, son of O Domhnaill) ; from: Immram brain (The voyage of bran) ; Bibliography / Proinsias MacCana --
Latin writing in Ireland (c. 400 --
c. 1200) --
Introduction ; Saint Patrick (died c.492) ; from: The confession ; from: Letter to the soldiers of Coroticus ; from: The Bishop's synod ; from: Liber Angeli (Book of the Angel) ; Tirechan (fl. second half of 7th century) ; Trom: Collectanea concerning St Patrick ; Cogitosus (fl. mid-7th century) from: Vita Sanctae Brigitae (Life of Saint Brigit) ; Muirchu Moccu Mactheni (fl. second half of 7th century) from: Vita Sancti Patricii (Life of St Patrick) ; Colman Mac Muirchon (died 7356) ; Hymnus S. Colmani in Laudem S. Michaelis (The hymn of Saint Colman in praise of Saint Michael) ; Columbanus (c. 543-615) ; from: Sancti Columbani opera: Espitula II (The works of St Columbanus: Letter II) ; from: Sancti Columbani opera: Instructio VIII (The works of St Columbanus: Sermon VIII) ; from: Sancti Columbani Opera: Regulae (The works of St Columbanus: Rules) ; from: The hisperica famina (Western Sayings) (c. mid-7th century) ; The rule of the day ; (c. mid-7th century) ; The rule of the day ; Adamnan (c. 624-704) ; from: Adamnan's life of Columba (c. 700) ; from: De Locis Sanctus (Concerning the holy places) ; Dicuil (fl. c. 760-c.825) ; from: Diculi Liber de Mensura Orbis Tarrae (Dicuil: The book on the measurement of the earth) ; Johannes Scottus (Eriugena) (c. 810-c.877) ; Lumine Sidereo Dionysius Auxit ; Athenas (Athens was exalted with heavenly light by Dionysius) ; Hellinas troasque suos cantarat ; Homerus (Homer once sang of his Hellenes and Trojans) ; from: De Divisione naturae (The division of nature) ; from: Periphyseon (De divisione naturae) (On the division of nature) ; Sedulius Scottus (fl. 848-859) ; Flamina nos boreae niveo canentia vultu (The gust of the north wind are blowing and there are signs of snow) ; Gaudeant Caeli, Mare, Cuncta terra (Rejoice ye heavens, sea and all the land) ; Vestri Tecta Nitent Luce Serena (Your house gleams with calm light) ; Cum deus altipotens animalia ; condidit orbis (When God in his lofty power created with animals in the world) ; Libera plebem tibi servientem (Set free thy people, set free thy servants) ; Surrexit Christus sol versus Vespere Noctis (Last night did Christ the sun rise from the dark) ; Aut Lego Vel Scribo, doceo scrutorve sophiam (I read and write, teach and study scripture) ; Bishop Patrick (Gilla Patraic) (died 1084) ; Liber Sancti Patricii Episcopi (The book of holy Patrick the Bishop) ; from: The three dwelling places of the soul ; from: Mentis in excessu (In ecstasy of mind) ; Biographies/Bibliographies / Charles Doherty --
The literature of Norman Ireland / Terence Dolan ; Introduction ; Norman-French texts ; The song of dermot and the earl (1200-25) ; The walling of new ross (1265) ; Middle English texts ; The land of Cokaygne (early 14th century) ; A satire on the people of Dublin (early 14th century) ; The pride of life (first half of 15th century) ; from: The Gouernaunce of prynces (c. 1423) ; Latin texts ; The internerarium of symon Simeonis (first half of 14th century) ; Two poems by Richard Ledrede (c.1275-1360) (1350s) ; Richard FitzRalph (c.1300-60) ; from: Defensio Curatorum (1375) ; Historical and linguistic background ; Note on the texts --
The early planters: Spenser and his contemporaries / Nicholas Canny, Andrew Carpenter ; Introduction: I political writings Edmund Spenser (c. 1552-99) ; from: a view of the present state of Ireland (1596) ; from: Solon his follie, or a political discourse touching the reformation of commonweals conquered, declined, or corrupted (1594) / Richard Beacon (fl. 1567-92) ; from: Of the commonwealth of Ireland (c.1620) / Fynes Moryson (1566-1630) ; from: A discovery of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued ... (1612) / Sir John Davies (1569-1626) ; from: The Irish rebellion ... (1646) / Sir John Temple (1600-77). Introduction: II Spenser the poet from: Colin Clouts come home againe ; from: Epithalamion ; from: The fairie queene VII (1609) ; Notes on the texts ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
Ireland and her past: topographical and historical writing to 1690 / Andrew Carpenter, Alan Harrison ; Introduction ; Giraldus Cambrensis (c.1146-1223) from: Topographia Hiberniae (The history and topography of Ireland) (c.1187) ; from: The historie of Ireland (1577) / Richard Stanihurst (1547-1618) ; from: An itinerary ... containing his ten yeeres travell ... (1617) / Fynes Moryson (1566-1630) ; from: Historiae Catholicae Hiberniae compendium (Chapters towards a Catholic history of Ireland) (1621) / Philip O'Sullivan-Beare (c. 1590-c.1660) ; from: A discourse of the religion anciently professed by the Irish and British (1631) / James Ussher (1581-1656) ; from: Translation of the Annals of Clonmacnoise (1627) / Conall Mac Geoghegan (fl. 1620-40) ; from: Foras Feasa ar Eirinn (A basis of knowledge about Ireland) (c.1634) / Geoffrey Keating (c.1580-c.1650) ; from: Annals Rioghachta Eireann (The annals of the kingdom of Ireland, or the annals of the four masters) (c.1636) / Micheal O Cleirigh (1575-1643) and others ; from: Acta Sanctorum ... Hiberniae ... (The deeds of the Saints of Ireland) (1645) / John Colgan (c.1592-1658) ; from: Annales Ordinis Minorum ... (Annals of the Friars Minors or Franciscans) (1625-54) / Luke Wadding (1588-1657) ; from: De Hibernia et Antiquitatibus Ejus ... Disquisitiones ... (Inquiries concerning Ireland and its antiquities, tr. Robert Ware, 1705) (1654) ; from: Cambrensis Eversus ... (Or refutation of the authority of Giraldus Cambrensis on the history of Ireland ...) (1662) / John Lynch (c.1599-c.1673) ; from: Ogygia; or, a chronological account of Irish Events (1685) / Roderic O'Flaherty (1629-1718) ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
Literature in Irish 1600-1800 / Alan Harrison ; Introduction ; from: The Winter campaign / Eochaidh O hEodhasa (c. 1565-1613) ; from: The deserted land / Aindrias Mac Marcais (fl. 1610) ; from: A friend's consolation / Bonaventura O hEdhasa (c. 1570-1614) ; from: News from Ireland / Seathrun Ceitinn (c.1580-c.1650) ; from: The emigrant's love for Ireland the marigold ; from: Maire's death / Padraigin Haicead O.P. (c.1600-54) ; from: The poet falls on hard times ; The poet laments his learning / Daibhi O Bruadair (c.1625-98) ; Last Words I ; Aogan O Rathaille (c.1670-1726): Cabhair ni ghairfead (no help I'll call) ; Last Words II ; Seamas Dall Mac Cuarta (c.1650-1733): Is fada me 'mo lui i Lughaidh ; Last words III ; Cathal bui mac giolla gunna (died c.1756): Marbhnai Chathail Bhui (Lament of the Yellow-haired Cathal) ; The lover's invitation I ; Peadar O Doirnin (c.1700-69) ; The lover's invitation II / Sean O Neachtain (c.1650-1729) ; Dreams of love and freedom I / Aogan O Rathaille: Mac an Cheannai (The merchant's son) ; Dreams of love and freedom II / Art Mac Cumhaigh (c. 1738-73): Uirchill an Chreagain (Fair churchyard of Cregan) ; Dreams of love and freedom III ; Eoghan Rua O Suilleabhain (c.1748-84) ; Ceo Draiochta (Magical Mist) ; from: The midnight court / Brian Merriman (c. 1749-1805) ; from: The spoilt priest / Tomas Mac Caiside (fl. c.1760) ; The favourite sounds of Finn ; O'Rourke's feast (Plearaca na Ruarcach) / Aodh Mac Gabhrain (f. c.1720) ; The cuckoo's return / Seamas Dall Mac Cuarta ; Love's bitter sweet / Cearbhall O Dalaigh (fl. 1610) ; The lover's lament / Tomas Laidir Mac Coisdealbha (fl. 1660) ; from: The lament for Art O'Leary / Ebhil Dhubh ni Chonaill (c.1745-?) ; from: Toraiocht Dhiarmada agus Ghrainne (The pursuit of Diarmaid and Grainne) ; From: Pairlement Chloinne Tomais ; from: Scathan Shacramuinte na hAithri (The mirror of the sacrament of repentance) / Aodh Mac Aingil (c.1571-1626) ; from: Tri Biorghaoithe an Bhais (The three shafts of death) ; from: Foras Feasa ar Airinn (A Basis of knowledge about Ireland) (c.1634) / Seathrun Ceitinn ; from: Stair Eamainn Ui Chleire (The story of Eamonn O'Clery) / Sean O Neachtain ; Biographies ; Select biblioography --
Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) / Andrew Carpenter ; Introduction ; from: A tale of a tub (1704) ; from: The journal to stella (1710-13) ; A propsal for the universal use of Irish manufacture, &c. (1720) ; The first Drapier's letter (1724) ; from: Letter to Alexander Pope (1725) ; from: Travels into several remote nations of the world by Lemuel Gulliver (1726) ; A modest proposal ... (1729) ; from: Verses on the death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. (1731) ; Biography/Bibliography --
Anglo-Irish verse 1675-1825 / Bryan Coleborne ; Introduction ; I 'A monarch in his mind' ; The description of an Irish-Feast ... / Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) ; The hue and cry after the clieve-boy / Laurence Whyte (c.1700-55) ; October Ale / Matthew Concanen (1701-49) ; John Baynham's Epitaph / Thomas Dermody (1775-1802) ; The modish school-master from: The art of Gate-passing: or, the murphaeid / William Dunkin (c.1709-65) ; An inventory of the furniture of a Collegian's chamber / John Winstanley (c.1678-1750) ; Epigram / Jonathan Swift ; While shepherds watched their flocks by night / Nahum Tate (1625-1715) ; On the prospect of planting arts and learning in America / George Berkeley (1685-1753) ; The character of a good parson / William Dunkin ; The progress of music in Ireland, to Mira / Matthew Pilkington (c.1701-74) ; A dissertation on Italian and Irish Musick, with some Panegyrick on Carrallan our late Irish orpheus / Laurence Whyte ; An epilogue, to be spoke at the theatre-royal / Jonathan Swift ; An epilogue to their graces the Duke and Dutchess of Grafton ... / Ambrose Philips (1674-1749) ; The poet's prayer / William Dunkin ; An ode to myself / Thomas Dermody ; On the new bridge built on the Eastern side of Dublin / William Dunkin ; The beau walk, in Stephen's-Green / Thomas Newburgh (c.1695-1779) ; To Miss Laetitia van Lewen in a country-town at the time of the Assizes / Constantia Grierson (c.1704-32) ; The temple-oge ballad / Richard Pockrich (c.1690-1759) ; A character, panegyric, and description of the legion club epigram / Jonathan Swift ; On the college of physicians in Dublin ; from: Phoenix park / James Ward (f. 1710-20) ; from: Universal beauty / Henry Brooke (c.1703-83) ; A thought, in the Pleasant Grove at Cabragh / John Winstanley ; The blessings of a country life ; The plagues of a country life / Jonathan Swift ; Garryowen ; Song / Henry Brereton Code (fl. 1810-30) ; The happy beggarman ; The humours of Donnybrook Fair / Charles O'Flaherty (c.1794-c.1828) ; Holyhead / Jonathan Swift ; from: The traveller, or a prospect of society / Oliver Goldsmith (1728-74) ; The new ferry, addressed to the Mayor of Liverpool / Samuel Whyte (1733-1811) ; Brennan on the moor ; The Irish Hudibras: or Fingallian prince ; Hesperi-neso-graphia: or, A description of the Western Isle ; from: a description of the county of Kerry ; Carbery rocks in the county of Cork, Ireland ; from: The Parson's revels / William Dunkin ; The deserted village / Oliver Goldsmith ; II 'St Patrick's Dean' ; In sickness / Jonathan Swift ; Verses, fix'd on the Cathedral door, the day of Dean Gulliver's installment / Jonathan Smedley (1671-c.1729) ; An epigram on the Battle of the Books / Mary Barber (1690-1757) ; An epigram ... / James Sterling (1701-63) ; The gift / Matthew Pilkington ; News from Parnassus / Patrick Delany (c. 1685-1768) ; To Dr. Swift on his Birth-day / Esther Johnson ('Stella') (1681-1728) ; On sending my son, as a present, to Dr. Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's on Birth-day / Mary Barber ; To the dean, when in England in 1726 / Thomas Sheridan (1687-1738) ; Momus mistaken: a fable, occasioned by the publication of the works of the Revd. Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. in Dublin / James Arbuckle (c.1700-42) ; To the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, on the publishing of a new edition of his works in four volumes ; On St. Patrick's-Eve / Laurence Whyte ; An epistle of R[o]b[er]t N[u]g[en]t, Esquire, with a picture of Doctor Swift ; III 'My love ... is ... firmly fixt' ; A song, by a cumberland-lass ; A song upon an intended jaunt to power's-court to see Miss P-----L----
/ John Winstanley ; Song / Thomas Parnell (1679-1718) ; A pastoral dialogue / Jonathan Swift ; The happy pair. A ballad / Laetitia Pilkington (1712-50) ; On his brother's marriage / James Dalacourt (c.1710-c.1785) ; The old Westmeath-Ballad; or Young Bobb's lamentation for the death of old Sarah / Laurance Whyte ; The hone: a piece of Irish ; Mythology / Samuel Whyte ; Mailligh a stor (My darling Molly) / George Ogle (1742-1814) ; Kathleen O'More / George Nugent Reynolds (c.1770-1802) ; The boys of Kilkenny. Song---Sprig of Shillela / Henry Brereton Code ; IV 'How's poor ould Ireland, and how does she stand?' ; Lilli burlero ; The blackbird ; Verses said to be written on the union ; Part of the 9th ode of the 4th book of horace, address'd to Doctor William King, late Lord Archbishop of Dublin ; A serious poem upon William Wood, Brasier, Tinker, Hard-ware-man, Coiner, Counterfeiter, Founder and Esquire ; Horace Book I. Ode XIV ; Ireland / Jonathan Swift ; A new song sung at the club at Mr. Taplin's the sign of the Drapier's head in truck-street / Richard Witheral (fl. 1720-30) ; A second song, sung at the club at Mr. Taplin's the sign of the Drapier's-head in truck-street / Charles Shadwell (fl. 1710-25) ; Advice to the people of Dublin, in their choice of a recorder / Laetitia Pilkington ; On disbanding a troop of dragoon volunteers ... / James Dalacourt ; Love and whiskey ; The man who led the van of Irish volunteers / Edward Lysaght (1763-1811) ; The deserter's meditation / John Philpot Curran (1750-1817) ; The freedom of John Bull ; Paddy's opinion. An Irish ballad / Mary O'Brien (fl. 1783-90) ; The wake of William Orr ; The green little shamrock of Ireland / Andrew Cherry (1762-1812) ; Song ; The irishman / James Orr ; Oliver's advice / William Blacker (1777-1855) ; Checklist of poems and sources ; General bibliography ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
Drama 1690-1800 / Christopher Murray ; Introduction ; fom: The recruiting officer (1706) ; from: The Beaux' strategem (1707) / George Farquhar (1677-1707) ; from: The conscious lovers / Sir Richard Steele (1672-1729) ; The brave Irishman; or, Captain O'Blunder (1743) / Thomas Sheridan (1719-88) ; from: The true-born Irishman; or, the Irish fine lady (1762) / Charles Macklin (1699-1797) ; from: All the wrong (1761) / Arthur Murphy (1727-1805) ; from: False Delicacy, from: the school for wives (1773) / Hugh Kelly (1739-77) ; She stoops to conquer; or, the mistakes of a night (1773) / Oliver Goldsmith (1728-74) ; The rivals / Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751-1816) ; from: Tony Lumpkin in town (1780) ; from: The poor soldier (1783) / John O'Keeffe (1747-1833) ; Textual note ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
Oliver Goldsmith: miscellaneous writings 1759-74 / Seamus Deane: Introduction ; from: An enquiry into the present state of polite learning in Europe (1759) ; from: The bee (27 October 1759) ; A description of the manners and customs of the native Irish. In a letter from an English gentleman (1759) ; The history of Carolan, the last Irish bard (1760) ; from: A comparative view of races and nations (1760) ; from: The citizen of the world (1762) ; from: A general history of the world from the creation to the present time ... (1764) ; An essay on the theatre; or a comparison between laughing and sentimental comedy (1773) ; Biography/Bibliography --
Fiction to 1800 / Ian Campbell Ross: Introduction ; from: The history of Jack Connor (1752) / William Chaigneau (1709-81) ; from: The life of John Buncle, esq ... (1756-66) / Thomas Amory (c.1691-1788) ; from: The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759-66) / Laurence Sterne (1713-68) ; from: Chrysal; or, The adventures of a guinea ... (1760-65) / Charles Johnstone (c.1719-c.1800) ; from: Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph (1761) / Frances Sheridan (1724-66) ; from: The fool of quality; or, The history of Henry, Earl of Moreland (1765-70) / Henry Brooke (c.1703-83) ; from: The vicar of Wakefield; A tale of supposed to be written by himself (1766) / Oliver Goldsmith (1728-74) ; from: the triumph of prudence over passion; or, the history of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald (1781) ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
Eighteenth-century Irish philosophy / David Berman, Andrew Carpenter: Introduction ; from: Christianity Not Mysterious (1696) /John Toland (1670-1722) ; from: Two letters to John Locke (1692-93, 1695-96) / William Molyneux (1656-98) ; from: An appendix to a gentleman's religion (1698) / Edward Synge (1659-1741) ; Summary of the Chief principles of De Origine Mali (1702) ; from: Predestination and foreknowledge ... (1709) / William King (1650-1729) ; from: A new theory of vision (1709) ; from: Treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge (1710) ; from: The guardian, no. 27 (1713) ; from: Alciphron, or the minute philosopher (1732) ; from: The querist (1752) / George Berkeley (1685-1753) ; Letter to William Mace (1727) / Francis Hutcheson (1694-1746) ; from: The procedure, extent and limits of human understanding (1728) ; From: Things divine and supernatural conceived by analogy with things natural and human (1733) / Peter Browne (c.1665-1735) ; from: Ophiomaches; or, Deism revealed (1749) / Philip Skelton (1707-87) ; from: A vindication of the histories of the old and new testament, Part III (1757) / Robert Clayton (1695-1758) ; from: A philosophical enquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sublime and beautiful (1757) / Edmund Burke (1729-97) ; Biographies/Bibliographies. Edmund Burke (1729-97) / Seamus Deane: ; Political prose: Cromwell to O'Connell / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane, W.J. McCormack ; The shifting perspective (1690-1830) / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane ; Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849) / W.J. McCormack ; Thomas Moore (1779-1852) / Seamus Deane: Introduction ; from: Tracts relative to the laws against popery in Ireland (c.1763) ; from: Speech in support of resolutions for conciliation with the American colonies (22 March 1775) ; from: Letter to a peer of Ireland (1782) ; from: Reflections on the revolution in France (1790) ; from: First letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe (1792) ; from: Letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe (1795) ; Biography/Bibliography --
Political Prose: Cromwell to O'Connell / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane, W.J. McCormack: Introduction ; from: Letters from Ireland (1649) / Oliver Cornwell (1599-1658) ; from: A disquisition ... concerning an act in England binding Ireland ... (1660) / William Domville (died 1689) ; from: His Majesty's gracious declaration for the settlement of his Kingdom of Ireland ... (1662) / Charles II (1630-85) ; from: The political anatomy of Ireland (1672; published 1691) / William Petty (1623-87) ; from: Hibernia Anglicana: or the History of Ireland ... (1691) / William King (1650-1729) ; from: An account of Denmark as it was in the year 1692 (1694) / Robert Molesworth (1656-1725) ; from: The case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament in England, Stated (1698) / William Molyneux (1656-98) ; from: The penal laws; William Kin ; Letter to the Revd Edward Nicolson ; from: A brief discourse in vindictation of the antiquity of Ireland (1717) / Hugh MacCurtain (c.1680-1755) ; The 'declaratory' act (1720) ; from: The Case of the Roman Catholicks of Ireland ... (1724) / Corenelius Nary (c.1660-1738) ; from: An inquiry into the original of our ideas of beauty and virtue (4th edition 1738) / Francis Hutcheson (1694-1746) ; Letter to the Earl of Peterborough (1726) / Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) ; from: Reflections upon the present unhappy circumstances of Ireland ... (1731) ; from: The benefits which arise to a trading people from navigable rivers ... (1729) / John Browne (c.1700-62) ; from: a list of the absentees of Ireland ... (1730 edition) / Thomas Prior (1682-1751) ; from: The farmer's letters to the protestants of Ireland (1745) / Henry Brooke (c.1703-83) ; from: A second address to the free citizens and free-holders of the city of Dublin (3rd edition 1748) / Charles Lucas (1713-71) ; from: The querist (1753) / George Berkeley (1685-1753) ; from: Dissertations on the antient history of Ireland (1753) / Charles O'Conor (1710-91) ; from: The tryal and cause of the Roman Catholics ... (1761) / Henry Brooke ; from: The freeman's journal (vol. I, September 1763) ; from: An argument in support of the right of the poor in the kingdom of Ireland to a national provision (1768) / Richard Woodward (1726-94) ; from: A compleat collection of the resolutions of the volunteers, Grand Juries etc. of Ireland ... (1782) / Charles H. Wilson (1757-1808) ; from: Speech in the Irish parliament, 16 April 1782 / Henry Grattan (1746-1820) ; from: Renunciation speech (1782) / Henry Flood (1732-91) ; from: An argument on behalf of the Catholics of Ireland ... (1791) / Theobald Wolfe Tone (1763-98) ; from: Speech in favour of Archibald Hamilton Rowan (1794) / John Philpot Curran (1750-1817) ; 'Speech from the Dock' (1803) / Robert Emmet (1778-1803) ; Petition to parliament (1813) / The Catholic Board ; Speech in defence of William Magee, editor of the Dublin Evening Post (1813) / Daniel O'Connell (1775-1847) ; from: 'A speech made in cork' (1825) / Richard Lalor Sheil (1791-1851) ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
The shifting perspective (1690-1830) / Andrew Carpenter; Seamus Deane: Introduction; from: de extistentia dei et humanae Mentis Immortalite ... (Of the existence of God and the immorality of the human mind ...) (1692) / Michael Moore (1640-1726) ; from: Of the bogs and loughs of Ireland (1685) / William King (1650-1729) ; from: A critical history of the Celtic religion, and learning ... (1718, published 1726) / John Toland (1670-1722) ; from: Dissertation ... prefix'd to the memoirs of the Marquis of Clanricarde (1722) / Thomas O'Sullevane (c.1670-c.1726) ; from: The antient and present state of the county of Kerry (1756) / Charles Smith (c.1715-62) ; from: The life of Turlough O'Carolan (1786) ; From: An historical essary on the Irish stage (1788) / Joseph Cooper Walker (1761-1810) ; from: Reliques of Irish poetry (1789) / Charlotte Brooke (c. 1740-93) ; from: A general collection of the ancient Irish music ... (1796) / Edward Bunting (1773-1843) ; from: An account of some of God's providences to the Archbishop of Tuam ... (1689-91) / John Vesey (1636-1716) ; Letter to Bishop William King (1691) / Nahum Tate (1652-1715) ; from: 'On salvation ... ' A sermon (1680s) / Anthony Dopping (1643-97) ; from: The dubline scuffle (1699) / John Dunton (1659-1733) ; from: Two letters to Charles Wogan (1732, 1735) / Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) ; from: Memoirs (1748) / Laetitia Pilkington (c.1707-50) ; Letter to Mrs Ann Granville (1731) / Mary Delany (1700-88) ; from: The Catechims, or Christian doctrine ... (1742) / Andrew Donlevy (c.1694-c.1761) ; from: A philosophical survey of the south of Ireland ... (1778) / Thomas Campbell (1733-95) ; from: A Frenchman's walk through Ireland (1797) / Le Chevalier de la Tocnaye (c. 1767?) ; from: Personal sketches of his own times (1827-32) / Jonah Barrington (1760-1834) ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
Mary Edgeworth (1768-1849) / W.J. McCormack: Introduction ; from: Castle Rackrent (1800) ; from: An essay on Irish bulls (1802) ; from: The absentee (1812) ; Letter to Michael Pakenham Edgeworth (1834) ; Biography/ Bibliography --
Thomas Moore (1779-1852) / Seamus Deane: Introduction ; from: Intolerance, a satire (1808) ; from: Irish melodies (1808-34) ; Go where glory waits thee ; Remember the glories of Brian the brave ; Erin! The tear and the smile in thine eyes ; Oh! breathe not his name ; She is far from the land ; When he, who adores thee ; The harp that once through Tara's halls ; Rich and rare were the gems she wore ; The meeting of the waters ; How dear to me the hour ; Let Erin remember the days of old ; The song Fionnuala ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms; Erin, oh Erin ; Oh! blame not the bard ; Avenging and bright ; At the mid hour of night ; One bumper at parting ; 'Tis the last rose of summer ; The minstrel boy ; Dear harp of my country ; In the morning of life ; As slow our ship ; When cold in the earth ; Remember thee ; Whene'er I see those smiling eyes ; Sweet Innisfallen ; As vanquish'd Erin ; They know not my heart ; I wish I was by that dim Lake ; from: National Airs (1818) ; Oft, in the stilly night ; from: Songs, ballads and sacred songs (1849) ; Songs (1849) ; The dream of home ; The homeword march ; Calm be thy sleep ; The exile ; Love thee, dearest? love thee? ; My heart and lute ; 'Tis all for thee ; Oh, call it by some better name ; Biography/Bibliography --
Language, class and genre (1780-1830) / W.J. McCormack: Introduction ; from: A tour in Ireland ... (1780) / Arthur Young (1741-1820) ; from: An essay on the best means of providing employment for the people of Ireland / Samuel Crumpe (1766-96) ; Letter to Thomas Hussey (1796) / Edmund Burke (1729-97) ; from: Memoirs (1863) / Myles Byrne (1780-1862) ; Anon: Come all you warriors ; 'J.B.': The tree of liberty ; Richard Alfred Milliken (1767-1815): The groves of Blarney (1797-98) ; Leonard MacNally (1752-1820) ; The lass of Richmond Hill (1789) / Four popular songs 1789-1815 ; from: An intercepted letter from J---
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Esq., writer at Canton, to his friend in Dublin, Ireland (1804) ; from: A sketch of the state of Ireland, past and present (1808) / John Wilson Croker (1780-1857) ; from: Sketches of Dublin and the North of Ireland (1811, 1826) / John Gamble (c.1770-1831) ; from: Women; or, Pour et Contre (1818) / Charles Robert Maturin (1782-1824) ; from: An appeal of one half the human race, women, against the pretensions of the other half, men ... (1825) / William Thompson (c. 1785-1833) ; Seven letters (1817-43) / Daniel O'Connell (1775-1847) ; Three clergymen give evidence to a Committee of the house of commons (1825) ; from: The Anglo-Irish of the nineteenth century (1828) / John Banim (1798-1842) ; from: The collegians: a tale of Garryowen (1829) / Gerald Griffen (1803-40) ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
The intellectual revival (1830-50) / W.J. McCormack: Introduction ; A dialogue between the head and heart of an Irish protestant (1833) ; from: Hibernian nights' entertainment (1833) / Samuel Ferguson (1810-86) ; Past and present state of literature in Ireland (1837) / Isaac Butt (1813-79) ; The twenty-fourth of February (1837) / James Clarence Mangan (1803-49) ; Strange event in the life of Schalken the painter (1839) / Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-73) ; from: Jack Hinton, the Guardsman (1842) / Charles Lever (1806-72) ; from: The nation ; Unsigned editorial (1842) ; Thomas Moore (1842) ; Mr Lever's 'Irish' Novels (1843) / Charles Gavan Duffy (1816-1903) ; Our periodical literature ; The young irishman of the middle classes (1848) / Thomas Davis (1814-45) ; Dreadful loss of life in the Catholic Chapel, Galway (1842) ; The memory of the dead / John Kells Ingram (1823-1907) ; Irish ; Lecture on the Irish language ; A catholic literature for Ireland / James Duffy (1808-71) ; Biographies/Bibliographies --
Index of first lines of poems --
General index to Volume I. V. 2. Poetry and song 1800-1890 / Seamus Deane --
Introduction --
I. Poetry 1800-1890 ; from: The Agreeable surprise (1781) ; Jingle / John O'Keefe (1747-1833) --
from: Hope: a poetic essay (1810) ; In ringlets curl'd thy tresses flow ; The dew each trembling leaf inwreathe'd / Mary Balfour (1780-1819) --
from: Poems on various subjects (1811) ; from: Morna's hill / James Stuart (1764-1842) --
from: Advice to Julia: a letter in rhyme (1820) ; Luttrell to Moore (1818) / Henry Luttrell (c.1765-1851) --
from: Nepenthe (1835) ; Canto I ; Canto II / George Darley (1795-1846) --
The spirit of Irish song (1829) ; from: Irish minstrelsy (1829) ; Roisin Dubh / Thomas Furlong (1794-1827) --
from: The O'Dohrty Papers (1855) ; The wine-bibber's glory: a new song ; Toporis gloria: a latin melody ; 'Tis the last glass of claret / William Maginn (1794-1842) --
from: The poems of J.J. Callanan (1847) ; Dirge of O' Sullivan Bear ; The convict of clonmel ; The outlaw of Loch Lene / James (Jeremiah) Joseph Callanan (1795-1829) --
from: The political works (1842-43) ; Ancient lullaby ; Aileen aroon / Gerald Griffin (1803-40) --
from: The comet (1832) ; To my native land ; from: The vindicator (1839) ; A despairing sonnet ; from: the Dublins University magazine (1840) ; The time of the Barmecides ; from: The Dublin University magazine (1844) ; The caramanian exile ; from: The Irish monthly magazine monthly (1845) ; The night is falling ; from: The nation (1846) ; Dark Rosaleen ; from: The poets and poetry or munster (1849) ; Roisin Dubh ; from: Specimens of the Early Native poetry of Ireland (1846) ; O'Hussey's Ode to the maguire ; from: The nation (1846) ; A vision of Connaught in the thirteenth century ; Lament over the ruins of the Abbey of teach Molaga ; Siberia ; The warning voice ; The dawning of the day ; from: The poets and poetry of munster (1849) ; The Geraldine's daughter ; from: The Irishman (1849) ; The nameless one ; from: The poets and poetry of Munster (1849) ; The fair hills of Eire, O! ; from: The Dublin university magazine (1840) ; Twenty golden years ago ; from: The nation (1849) ; The lovely land / James Clarence Mangan (1803-49) --
from: The reliques of Father Prout (1844) ; The bells of Shandon ; The attractions of a fashionable Irish watering-place / Francis Sylvester Mahony (1804-66) --
from: Reliques of Jacobite poetry (1844) ; An bonnaire Fiadha-Phuic (The cruel base-born tyrant) ; from: Irish popular songs (1847) ; Owen Roe O'Sullivan's Drinking song ; Mairgread ni Chealleadh ; No Craoibhin Cno / Edward Walsh (1805-50) --
from: Lays of the western Gael (1867) ; The burial of King Corman ; Lament over the ruins of the Abbey of Timoleague ; Pastheen Finn ; Ceann Dubh Deelish ; Cashel of Munster ; The coolun ; The death of Dermid ; from: The Dublin University magazine (1847) ; Lament for the death of Thomas Davis / Sir Samuel Ferguson (1810-86) --
from: The spirit of the nation (1845, 1882) ; Lament for the death of Owen Roe O'Neill ; Song of the volunteers of 1782 ; My grave ; Nationality ; Celts and Saxons ; The west's asleep / Thomas Davis (1814-45) --
from: The sisters, inisfail and other poems (1861) ; In ruin reconciled ; Song ; The year of sorrow: Ireland---1849 (Spring) ; (Winter) ; from: the Dublin university magazine (1849) ; Irish colonization: 1848 / Aubrey Thomas de Vere (1814-1902) --
from: Versicles (1856) ; Angelo ; from: Songs and romances (1878) ; Summer wanderings ; from: Sonnets on the poetry and problems of life (1881) ; I ; IV ; V ; VIII / Thomas Caulfield Irwin (1823-92) --
from: Ballads, poems and lyrics, original and translated (1850) ; The pillar towers of Ireland / Denis Florence MacCarthy (1817-82) --
from: Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland, a modern poem (1864) ; V Ballytullagh ; from: Songs, ballads and stories (1877) ; The girl's lamentation ; The ruined chapel ; The fairies ; The winding banks of Erne: or, the Emigrant's adieu to Ballyshannon / William Allingham (1824-89) --
from: The poems of Thomas D'Arcy McGee (1869) ; The woeful winter: suggested by accounts of Ireland, in December 1848 / Thomas D'Arcy McGee (1825-68) --
from: Poems (1891) ; The return ; Drifting ; My jack ; A July dawn ; Reminiscences of a day (Wicklow) ; An interview ; Happy Christmases I-III ; By the turnstile ; To spring / John Francis O'Donnell (1837-74) --
II. Popular songs: Introduction ; (a) Traditional folk songs ; The Lament of Richard Cantillon ; The curragh of Kildare, or The winter it is past ; An Rabh tu ag an gCarraig? (Have you been a Carrick?) ; Casadh an tSugain (The twisting of the rope) ; Taim sinte ar do Thuama (From the cold sod that's o'er you) ; Pearla an Bhrollaigh Bhain (The pearl of the white breast) ; An clar bog deil (The soft deal board) ; Bean an fhir ruaidh (The red-haired man's wife) ; An draighnean donn (The blackthorn tree) ; A Bhuachaill an chuil dualaigh (A youth of the flowing hair) ; An chumhimn leat an oiche ud? (Do you remember that night?) ; My lagan love ; Oganaigh oig (Young lad) ; Inghean an phailitinigh (The palatine's daughter) ; Snaidhm an Ghra (The true lovers' knot) ; An beinnsin Luachra (The little bunch of rushes) ; Preab san ol! (Another round!) ; Mairin de barra ; Liam O Raghallaigh (Liam O'Reilly) ; An chuilfhionn (The coolun) ; Selected bibliography --
(b) Anglo-Irish songs and ballads anonymous ; Castle hyde ; I know where I'm going ; The night before Larry as stretched ; The rakes of mallow ; Finnegan's wake ; The lambs on the green hills ; The parting glass ; If I was a blackbird ; from: Ballads and songs (1851) ; The rose of tralee / William Pembroke Mulchinock (c.1820-64) --
from: Songs, poems and verses (1894) ; The Irish emigrant / Lady Dufferin (1807-67) --
from: chronicles and poems of Percy French (1922) ; The mountains of mourne ; from: Prose, poems and parodies (1925) ; 'Are ye right there, Michael?' / Percy French (1854-1920) --
(c) Political ballads ; Boulavogue ; God save Ireland ; The old orage flute ; The croppy boy ; Croppies lie down ; The wearing of the green ; The shan van vocht --
from: A wreath of Shamrocks: ballads, songs and legends (1866) ; The rising of the moon / John Keegan Casey (1846-70) --
Bibliographies/Bibliographies. The famine and young Ireland / Seamus Deane --
Introduction --
from: The sword (28 July 1846) / Thomas Francis Meagher (1823-67) --
from: The black prophet (1847) / William Carleton (1794-1869) --
from: Mo sgeal fein (My own story) (1915) / Peadar O Laoghaire (1839-1920) --
from: Lights and shades of Ireland (1850) / Asenath Nicholson (1839-1920) --
Realities of Irish life (1868) / William Steuart Trench (1808) --
Memories of the Famine --
(a) South Kerry --
from: The petrie collection of The Ancient music of Ireland (1855) / George Petric (1789-1866) --
from: A voice for Ireland. The famine in the land (1847) / Isaac Butt (1813-79) --
from: The nation (24 April 1847) ; from: The Irish felon (24 June 1848) / James Fintan Lalor (1807-49) --
from: Jail journal (1854) ; from: The last conquest of Ireland (perhaps) (1861) / John Mitchel (1815-75) --
from: Essays in political economy (1873) ; Political economy and land ; Political economy and Laissez-Faire (1870) / John Elliot Cairnes (1823-75) --
from: New Ireland (1877) / Alexander Martin Sullivan (1830-84) --
from: The fall of Feudalism in Ireland (1904) / Michael Davitt (1846-1906) --
(b) Rannafast, Co. Donegal ; Memories of the famine --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Political writing and speeches 1850-1918 / Seamus Deane: Introduction --
I. Unionism to home rule --
from: Leaders of public opinion in Ireland (1861) / W.E.H. Lecky (1828-1903) --
from: The parliamentary policy of home rule (1875) ; from: Land tenure in Ireland: a plea for the celtic race (1866) ; from: Irish Federalism (1875) / Isaac Butt (1813-79) --
II. Fenianism 1858-1916 --
from: Arrah-Na-Pogue (1864) / Dion Boucicault (1820-90) --
from: Modern Ireland ... (1868) / George Sigerson (1836-1925) --
from: Knocknagow, or the homes of Tipperary (1873) / Charles J. Kickham (1828-1925) --
from: Recollections of fenians and fenianism (1896) / John O'Leary (1830-1907) --
from: O'Donovan Rossa's prison life (1874) ; from: Rossa's Recollections 1898 (1898) / Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa (1831-1915) --
from: Recollections of an Irish Rebel (1929) / John Devory (1842-1928) --
III. Fenianism, the land league and home rule --
from: The fall of feudalism in Ireland (1904) ; from: Some suggestions for a final settlement of the land question (1902) / Michael Davitt (1846-1906) --
from: Glimpses of an Irish Felon's prison life (1912-13) / Thomas Clarke (1857-1916) --
The North Began (1913) / Eoin Mac Neill (1867-1945) --
from: The murder machine (1916) / Patrick H. Pearse (1879-1916) --
Panegyric (1915) ; from: The sovereign people (1916) / O'Donovan Rossa: Graveside --
from: Speech from the dock (1916) / Roger Casement (1864-1916) --
Amended constitution of the Irish republican brotherhood (1873) --
IV. Parnell and Parliamentarianism 1891-1918 --
from: Words of the dead chief (1892) ; To the people of Ireland (1890) / Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-91) --
from: The life of Charles Stewart Parnell (1898) / R. Barry O'Brien (1847-1918) --
from: The fall of feudalism in Ireland (1904) / Michael Davitt (1846-1906) --
from: Memoirs of an Old Parliamentarian (1929) / T.P. O'Connor (1848-1929) --
from: Letters and leaders of my day (1928) / Timothy Michael Healy (1855-1931) --
from: A history of the Irish parliamentary party (1910) / Frank Hugh O'Donnell (1848-1916) --
from: Speeches of John Redmond MP (1910) ; from: Ireland and the war (1915) / John Redmond (1856-1918) --
from: The downfall of parliamentarianism (1918) / William O'Brien (1852-1928) --
V. Sinn Fein 1904-18 --
from: The resurrection of Hungary (1904) / Arthur Griffith (1871-1922) --
from: The Pope's green island (1912) / William P. Ryan (1867-1942) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. The London exiles: Wilde and Shaw / Declan Kiberd --
Introduction --
from: The happy prince and other tales (1888) ; Mr Froude's blue book (on Ireland) (1889) ; Preface to The picture of Dorian Gray (1891) / Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) --
from: Intentions: (1891) ; The decay of Lying ; The importance of being earnest (1895) --
Introduction ; John Bull's other Island (1904) ; John Bull's other Island: preface for politicians (1906) ; from: Composite autobiography (1969) ; The protestants of Ireland (1912) ; A note on aggressive nationalism (1913) ; from: How to settle the Irish question (1917) ; O'Flaherty V.C. (1915) ; from: war issues for Irishmen (1918) / George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Cultural nationalism 1880-1930 / Terence Brown --
from: History of Ireland, volume one (1878) ; from: History of Ireland: critical and philosophical (1881) ; from: Toryism and the tory democracy (1886) / Standish O'Grady (1846-1928) --
from: The necessity for de-anglicising Ireland (1892) ; from: Love songs of Connacht (Abhrain Gradh Chuige Connacht) (1893) ; A oganaigh an chuil cheangailte (Ringleted youth of my love) / Douglas Hyde (1860-1949) --
from: Cuchulain of Muirthemne (1902) / Lady Gregory (1852-1932) --
AE (George Russell) (1967-1935) --
from: A letter to W.B. Yeats (1896) --
from: Collected poems (1913) --
Carrowmore --
from: Hail and farewell: Salve (1912) ; from: The untilled field (1903) ; The wedding gown / George Moore (1852-1933) --
from: The philosophy of Irish Ireland (1905) / D.P. Moran (1872-1936) --
The coming revolution (1913) ; from: Poems (1958) ; 'I am Ireland' ; 'The rebel' / Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Irish drama 1899-1929: the Abbey Theatre / D.E.S. Maxwell --
Introduction --
The heather field (1899) / Edward Martyn (1859-1923) --
Cathleen ni houlihan (1902) ; On baile's strand (1904) ; Purgatory (1938) / W.B. Yeats (1865-1939) --
Spreading the news (1904) ; The workhouse ward (1908) / Lady Gregory (1852-1932) --
In the shadow of the Glen (1903) ; from: The playboy of the Western World (1907) / John Millington Synge (1871-1909) --
from: The whitheeaded boy (1916) / Lennox Robinson (1886-1958) --
from: The land (1905) / Padraic Colum (1881-1972) --
Birthright (1910) / T.C. Murray (1873-1959) --
from: The dandy dolls (1913) / George Fitzmaurice (1878-1963) --
The shadow of a gunman (1923) ; from: The plough and the stars (1926) / Sean O'Casey (1880-1964) --
from: The passing day (1936) / George Shiels (1886-1949) --
from: Mixed marriage (1911) / St. John Ervine (1883-1971) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Poetry 1890-1930 / Seamus Deane --
Introduction --
Mise raifteri ; I am raftery ; Cill liadain ; Killeaden, or county mayo ; Maire ni eidhin ; Mary Hynes, or The posy bright / Antoine Raftery (c.1784-1835) --
from: Bards of the Gael and Gaill (1907) ; Niall's dirge ; The ruined nest ; The visit of death ; A compliment ; Fand's farewell to Cuchulainn / George Sigerson (1836-1925) --
from: Fand and other poems (1892) ; The nameless doon ; Consolation / William Larminie (c.1849-1900) --
from: The ballad of reading gaol (1898) ; from: The poems of Oscar Wilde (1903) ; Requiescat ; impressions I. Les silhouettes ; II. La fuite de la lune (The flight of the moon) ; The harlot's house (1904) / Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) --
from: Sea Sray: verses and translation (1909) ; The dead at clonmacnois / Thomas William Rolleston (1857-1920) --
from: Aids to the immortality of certain persons in Ireland: charitably administered (1908) ; The Irish council bill, 1907 ; Ode to the British Empire ; George Moore becomes the priest of Aphrodite / Susan Mitchell (1866-1926) --
from: Collected poems (1913) ; Faith ; Three counsellors ; Symbolism ; Immortality ; In connemara ; Truth ; The twilight of earth ; On behalf of some Irishmen not followers of tradition ; from: Vale and other poems (1931) ; A prisoer (Brixton, September 1920) / George Russell (AE) (1867-1935) --
from: Poems (1895) ; Mystic and cavalier ; The dark angel ; By the statue of King Charles at Charing Cross ; from: Ireland, and other poems (1897) ; Ninety-eight ; Parnell / Lionel Johnson (1867-1902) --
from: Poems and translations (1909) ; Prelude ; To the oaks of Glencree ; A question ; Winter ; The curse ; From poems (1962) ; Abroad ; In dream ; In a dream / John Millington Synge (1871-1909) --
from: An offering of swans (1923) ; To the liffey with the swans ; from: Wild apples (1928) ; The crab tree ; Per iter tenebricosum ; from: others to Adorn (1938) ; Ringsend ; Verse / Oliver St John Gogarty (1878-1957) --
from: Songs of myself (1910) ; In absence ; After a year ; In an island ; Two songs from the Irish ; from: Lyrical poems (1913) ; The night hunt ; Wishes for my son ; The yellow bittern / Thomas MacDonagh (1878-1916) --
from: Verses sacred and profane (1908) ; Glasvnevin, 9 October, 1904 ; from: The earth-lover and other poems (1909) ; Poems (1909) ; The land war (Prelude) ; In mercer street ; from: Collected poems (1940) ; Dublin (1916) / Seuman O'Sullivan (1879-1958) --
from: collected works of Padraic H. Pearse: plays, poems and stories (1917) ; The fool ; The mother ; Christmas 1915 ; The wayfarer ; To my brother ; Why do ye torture me? ; Long to me thy coming ; A rann I made ; Christ's coming / Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) --
from: The rushlight (1906) ; Who buys land ; I will go with my father a-ploughing ; O beautiful dark woman ; The shrine ; from: The gilly of Christ (1907) ; When rooks fly homeward ; I am the gilly of Christ ; As I came over the grey, grey hills ; from: The mountainy singer (1909) ; I am the mountainy singer (a) ; I am the mountainy singer (b) ; from: Irishy (1913) ; The gombeen ; The old age pensioner / Joseph Campbell (1879-1944) --
from: The poet's circuits (1960) ; Across the door ; Cradle song ; Woman by the hearth ; Old woman of the roads ; Poor scholar ; from: Wild earth and other poems (1917) ; She moved through the fair drover ; I shall not die for thee / Padraic Colum (1881-1972) --
from: The hill of vision (1912) ; Light-O'-Love ; from: Songs from the Clay (1915) ; The ancient elf ; from: Collected poems (1954) ; The snare ; A glass of beer ; I am writer / James Stephens (1882-1950) --
from: Chamber music (1907) ; I ; III ; XXXIV ; XXXV ; from: Pomes Penyeach (1927) ; Tilly ; A flower given to my daughter ; She weeps over Rahoon ; from: Collected poems (1936) ; Flood! ; Nightpiece / James Joyce (1882-1941) --
Ecce puer --
The holy office (1904) --
Gas from a burner (1912) --
from: Songs of the fields (1916) ; June ; from: Songs of peace (1917) ; A twilight in middle March ; Lament for Thomas MacDonagh ; The shadow people ; The herons ; from: The complete poems of Francis Ledwidge (1974) ; At lisnaskea ; Derry ; The sad queen ; A dream / Francis Ludwidge (1887-1917) --
from: The dark breed (1927) ; The dark breed ; Heresy ; The fair of maam ; The little clan ; Rain ; A sheiling of the music ; from: The gap of brightness (1940) ; Song for the clatter-bones ; Chinese winter ; Father and son ; O you among women / Frederick Robert Higgins (1896-1941) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) / Seamus Heaney --
Introduction --
from: Crossways (1889) ; The indian upon God ; Down by the salley gardens ; The meditation of the old fisherman --
from: The rose (1893) ; Cuchulain's fight with the sea ; The rose of the world ; The lake isle of innisfree ; Who goes with fergus? ; The lamentation of the old pensioner ; To Ireland in the coming times --
from: The wind among the reeds (1899) ; The host of the air ; The song of wandering aengus ; The heart of the woman ; He hears the cry of the sedge ; He wishes for the cloths of heaven ; He thinks of his past greatness when a part of the contellations of heaven --
from: In the seven woods (1904) ; The folly of being comforted ; Adam's curse ; Red hanrahan's song about Ireland --
from: The green halmet and other poems (1910) ; No second Troy ; The fascination of what's difficult ; Upon a house of shaken by the land agitation ; At galway roaces --
from: Responsibilities (1914) ; September 1913 ; To a friend whose work has come to nothing ; Paudeen ; To a shade ; Running to paradise ; Fallen majesty ; The cold heaven ; The magi --
from: The wild swans at Coole (1919) ; The wild swans at coole ; In memory of Major Robert Gregory ; An Irish airman foresees his death ; The collar-bone of a hare ; The fisherman ; Memory ; Her praise ; Broken dreams ; To a squirrel at Kyle-na-no ; Ego dominus tuus --
from: Michael Robartes and the dancer (1921) ; Easter 1916 ; Sixteen dead men ; The second coming --
from: The tower (1928) ; Sailing to Byzantium ; Meditations in time of Civil War ; Nineteen hundred and nineteen ; Leda and the swan ; Among school children --
from: The winding stair and other poems (1933) ; In memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markiewicz ; A dialogue of self and soul ; Mohini chatterjee ; Byzantium --
from: Words for music perhaps and other poems (1932) ; Crazy Jane talks with the Bishop after long silence ; The delphic oracle upon plotinus --
from: A woman young and old (1933) ; A last confession --
fom: A full moon in March (1935) ; Rbh at the tomb of baile and aillinn whence had they come? ; Meru --
from: New poems (1938) ; Lapis lazuli ; An acre of grass ; What then? ; Beautiful lofty things ; The O'Rahilly ; Come gather round me, Parnellites ; The great day ; The municipal gallery revisited --
from: Last poems (1939) ; The statues ; News for the delphic oracle ; Long-legged fly ; High talk ; The circus animals' desertion ; Politics ; The man and the echo ; Cuchulain comforted --
Biography/Bibliography. Irish gothic and after 1820-1945 / W.J. McCormack --
Introduction --
fom: Melmoth the wanderer (1820) / Charles Robert Maturin (1782-1824) --
from: The O'Briens and the O'Flahertys (1829) / Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan (c.1783-1859) --
Wildgoose lodge (1830) / William Carleton (1794-1869) --
from: The house by the Church-yard (1861-63) / Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-73) --
from: Dracula (1897) / Bram Stoker (1847-1912) --
When the moon has set (n.d.) / John Millington Synge (1871-1909) --
The canterville ghost (1891) / Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) --
The words upon the window-pane (1934) / W.B. Yeats (1865-1939) --
from: The demon lover and other stories (1945) / Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973) --
The happy autumn fields --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Constructing the canon: versions of national identity / Luke Gibbons --
Introduction --
I. National literature: the preoccupation with the past --
from: Literary ideals in Ireland (1899) ; John Eglinton, 'What should be the subjects of national drama?' ; W.B. Yeats, 'A note on national drama' ; John Eglinton, 'National drama and contemporary life' ; W.B. Yeats, 'John Eglinton and spiritual art' ; John Eglinton, 'Mr. Yeats and popular poetry' --
II. Universal versus national ideals --
The day's burden (1937) / Thomas Kettle (1880-1916) --
from: A treasury of Irish poetry in the English tongue (1900) / Stopford A. Brooke (1832-1916) --
from: The leader (1900) ; More muddle / D.P. Moran (1871-1936) --
The Brooke-Rolleston anthology (1901) / T.W. Rolleston (1857-1920) --
Our reply / D.P. Moran --
from Dana (May 1904) / John Eglinton and Frederick Ryan (1874-1913) --
from: Dublin essays (1919) / Arthur Clery (1879-1932) --
III. Nation, state and cultural identity --
Our whig inheritance (1936) / Eoin Mac Neill (1867-1945) --
from: Towards the republic (1918) / Aodh de Blacam (1890-1951) --
from: Erin's hope (1896) ; from: Socialism and revolutionary traditions (1900) / James Connolly (1868-1916) --
IV. Critical nationalism --
from: Literature in Ireland, studies Irish and Anglo-Irish (1916) / Thomas MacDonagh (1878-1916) --
from: Bards and Saints (1906) / John Eglinton --
from: Dana (December 1904) / Frederick Ryan --
from: Sinn Fein (12 April 1913) ; from: Sinn Fein (25 April 1913) / Arthur Griffith (1871-1922) --
V. Nationalism: Exclusivism or cultural diversity --
from: Irish Essays (1919) / Arthur Clery --
from: Synge and Anglo-Irish literature (1911) / Daniel Corkery (1878-1964) --
from: Studies (September 1934) ; The other hidden Ireland --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Prose Fiction 1880-1945 / Augustine Martin --
from: Hurrish (1886) / Emily Lawless (1845-1913) --
from: The untilled field (1903) ; A letter to Rome / George Moore (1852-1933) --
from: My new curate (1900) / Patrick Augustine (Canon) Sheehan (1852-1913) --
from: The real Charlotte (1894) / Edith Somerville (1858-1949) and Martin Ross (1862-1915) --
from: The secret rose (1897) ; The crucifixion of the outcast ; The adoration of the Magi / William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) --
from: The awkward squads (1893) ; A state official / Shan F. Bullock (1865-1935) --
from: The adventures of Dr. Whitty (1913) ; The deputation / George A. Birmingham (1865-1950) --
from: Father Ralph (1913) / Gerald O'Donovan (1871-1942) --
from: Peter Waring (1937) / Forrest Reid (1875-1947) --
from: Waysiders (1917) ; The building / Seumas O'Kelly (c.1875-1918) --
from: The hounds of Banba (1920) ; On the heights / Daniel Corkery (1878-1964) --
from: The crock of gold (1912) ; Hunger (1918) / James Stephens (1882-1950) --
from: A house of children (1941) / Joyce Cary (1888-1957) --
from: The rat-pit (1915) / Patrick MacGill (1891-1963) --
from: The valley of the squinting windows (1918) / Brinsley MacNamara (1890-1963) --
from: The wasted island (1919) ; from: King Goshawk and the birds (1926) / Eimar O'Duffy (1893-1935) --
from: Islanders (1928) / Peadar O'Donnell (1893-1986) --
from: The mountain tavern and other stories (1929) ; The mountain tavern / Liam O'Flaherty (1896-1984) --
from: The bright temptation (1932) / Austin Clarke (1896-1974) --
Kate O'Brien (1897-1974) --
from: The ante-room (1934) --
from: The last September (1929) / Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973) --
from: Midsummer night madness and other stories (1932) ; Midsummer night madness / Sean O'Faolain (1900- ) --
from: Guests of the nation (1931) ; Guests of the nation / Frank O'Connor (1903-66) --
from: A single lady (1951) ; A visit to the cemetery ; from: In the middle of the fields (1967) ; In the middle of the fields / Mary Lavin (1912- ) --
from: The pedlar's pack (1944) ; Old clothes ---
Old glory / Francis MacManus (1909-65) --
from: The game cock and other stories (1947) ; The game cock / Michael McLaverty (1907- ) --
Biographies/Bibliographies --
Index of first lines of poems --
General index to Volume II. V. 3. James Joyce 1882-1941 / Seamus Deane --
Introduction --
from: James Clarence Mangan (1907) --
from: Ireland, island of Saints and Sages (1907) --
from: The home rule comet (1910) --
from: The home rule comet (1910) ; from: The shade of Parnell (1912) ; from: Stephen Hero (1904-07) --
from: Dubliners (1914) ; Araby ; Ivy day in the committee room --
from: A portrait of the artist as a young man (1916) --
from: Ulysses (1922) ; Telemachus ; Proteus ; Scylla and Charybdis ; Sirens ; Cyclops ; Ithaca ; Penelope --
from: Finnegans wake (1939) --
Biography/Bibliography. The counter-revival provincialism and censorship 1930-65 / Terence Brown --
Introduction --
from: The Irish statesman (1928) seven years' change / AE (George Russell) (1867-1935) --
from: The Irish statesman (1928) ; The censorship / George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) --
from: The hidden Ireland (1925) / Daniel Corkery (1878-1964) --
from: The bell (1943) ; The stuffed-shirts ; from: A purse of coppers (1937) ; A broken world / Sean O'Faolain (1900--
) --
from: Bones of contention (1936) ; The majesty of the law / Frank O'Connor (1903-66) --
from: Spring sowing (1924) ; Going into exile / Liam O'Flaherty (1896-1984) --
from: At swim-two-birds (1939) / Flann O'Brien (Brian O'Nolan) (1911-66) --
from: The best of myles (1968) / Myles na gCopaleen (Brian O'Nolan) --
Biographies/ Bibliographies. The counter-revival 1930-65 : poetry / Terrence Brown --
Introduction --
from: The cattledrive in Connaught (1925) ; The lost heifer; from: Pilgrimage and other poems (1929) ; Pilgrimage ; The scholar --
from: Night and morning (1938) ; Tenebrae --
from: Ancient lights (1955) ; Ancient lights --
from: Flight to Africa (1963) ; The last republicans ; Martha Blake at Fifty-One ; Eighteenth century harp songs --
from: Mnemosyne lay in dust (1966) --
from: Orphide and other poems (1970) ; The healing of mis --
from: The great hunger (1942) ; from: A soul for sale (1947) ; Advent ; from: Come dance with Kitty Stobling (1960) ; Shancoduff ; In memory of my mother ; If ever you go to Dublin town ; The hospital ; October ; from: Collected poesm (1964) ; Innocence ; from: November Haggard (1971) ; Lough derg / Patrick Kavanaugh (1904-67) --
from: Lough derg and other poems (1946) ; Lough Derg ; Encounter ; from: Later poems (1946-59) ; The colours of love ; The tomb of Michael Collins / Denis Devlin (1908-59) --
from: Poems (1934) ; De civitate hominum ; Aodh ruadh o domhnaill ; Nocturne of the self-evident presence / Thomas MacGreevy (1893-1967) --
from: Selected poems (1971) ; Missouri sequence / Brian Coffey (1905--
) --
from: Poems (1935) ; Belfast ; Snow ; from: Poem (1937) ; The sunlight on the garden ; Bagpipe music ; from: Autumn jounral (1939) ; from: The last ditch (1940) ; Meeting point ; from: Holes in the sky (1948) ; The strand ; from: Visitations (1957) ; House on a cliff ; Charon / Louis MacNeice (1907-63) --
from: No rebel word (1948) ; Frost ; Once Alien here ; The swathe uncut ; from: Collected poems 1932-67 (1968) ; Becasue I paced my thought ; The colony / John Hewitt (1907-87) --
from: Awake! and other poems (1941) ; White Christmas ; from: Europa and the bull (1952) ; Lent ; The net / W.R. Rodgers (1909-69) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. The counter-revival 1930-60: drama / Terrence Brown --
Introduction --
from: The old lady says 'No!' (1929) / Denis Johnston (1901-84) --
from: Drama at Inish (1933) / Lennox Robinson (1886-1958) --
from: Shadow and substance (1937) / Paul Vincent Carroll (1900-68) --
The quare fellow (1954) / Brendan Behan (1923-64) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Samuel Beckett (1907-89) / J.C.C. Mays --
Introduction --
from: More pricks than kick (1934) ; Dante and the lobster --
Recent Irish poetry (1934) --
from: Collected poems 1930-1978 (1984) ; Gnome ; Echo's bones ; Dieppe ; Saint-Lo ; my way is in the sand flowing ; I would like my love to die --
from: Murphy (1938) --
from: Letter to Azel Kaun (1937) --
Endgame (1958) --
Embers (1959) --
Enough (1967) --
Ping (1967) --
Come and go (1968) --
Lessness (1970) --
Not I (1972) --
That time (1976) --
Company (1980) --
Biography/Bibliography. Northern Protestant oratory and writing 1971-1985 / Tom Paulin --
Introduction --
A stable unseen power (1791) ; The united Irish declaration (1791) ; The intended defence (1794) ; 'When Erin first rose' (1795) / William Drennan (1754-1820) --
Orange toasts (1795--
) --
Bending the knee: Presbyterian addresses (1798) --
Overtured addresses (1798) --
The synod of Ulster versus viscount castlereagh (1802-17) --
Attack on Castlereagh (1817) / James Carlile (1784-1854) --
from: The cookstown speech (1828) ; Letter to Henry Cooke (1829) ; Letter to Daniel O'Connell (1831) / Henry Montgomery (1788-1865) --
'The cold air of the north' (1828) ; from: 'Our cultivated fields' (1833) ; from: 'The hillsborough speech' (1834) ; from: The sins of the times (1837) ; Ulster's solemn league and covenant (1912) / Henry Cooke (1788-1868) --
'I was in earnest' (1921) / Edward Carson (1854-1935) --
'We are king's men' (1940) / James Craig (1871-1940) --
Gospel power ; from: What think ye of Christ? (1976) ; from: An exposition of the epistle to the Romans (1966) ; The three Hebrew children (1985) / Ian Paisley (1926--
) --
'Waiting like a dog: the gates of Hillsborough' (1985) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Autobiography and memoirs 1890-1988 / Seamus Deane --
Introduction --
from: Seventy years of Irish life (1893) / William Richard Le Fanu (1816-94) --
from: Autobiography on The life of William Caleton (1896) / William Carleton (1794-1869) --
from: Autobiography (1896-1907) ; from: The aran islands (1907) / John Millington Synge (1871-1909) --
from: Autobiography and life of George Tyrrell (1912) / George Tyrrell (1861-1909) --
from: Irishmen all (1912) / George A. Birmingham (1865-1950) --
from: Twenty-five yeasr (1913) / Katharine Tyan (1861-1931) --
from: The trembling of the veil (1922) ; from: Autobriography (1938) / William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) --
from: Immaturity (1930) / George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) --
from: On another man's wound (1936) / Earnan O Malley (1989-1957) --
from: As I was going down Sackville Street (1937) / Oliver St John Gogarty (1878-1957) --
from: Seven winters. Memories of a Dublin childhood (1943) / Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973) --
from: Drums under the window (1945) / Sean O'Casey (1880-1964) --
from: No surrender: An ulster childhood (1960) / Robert Harbinson (1928- ) --
from: An only child (1961) / Frank O'Connor (1903-66) --
from: Vive Moi! (1964) / Sean O'Faolain (1900--
) --
fom: Self portrait (1964) / Patrick Kavanagh (1904-67) --
from: The strings are false: An unfinished autobiography (1965) / Louis MacNeice (1907-63) --
from: A penny in the coulds (1968) / Austin Clarke (1896-1974) --
from: Ireland yesterday and tomorrow (1968) / Bulmer Hobson (1883-1969) --
from: The price of my soul (1969) / Bernadette Devlin (1947--
) --
from: War and an Irish town (1974) / Eamon McCann (1943--
) --
from: Dead as doornails (1975) / Anthony Cronin (1926--
) --
from: voices and the sound of drums: an Irish autobiography (1981) / Patrick Shea (1908--
) --
from: Man of no property (1982) / C.S. Andrews (1901-88) --
from: Escape from the anthill (1985) / Hubert Butler (1900- ) --
from: Against the tide (1986) / Noel Browne (1915- ) --
from: The village of longing (1987) / George O' Brein (1945- ) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Challenging the canon: revisionism and cultural criticism / Luke Gibbons --
Introduction --
I. The revisionist turn --
from: The bell (1944) / Sean O'Faolain (1900- ) --
from: Hemathena (1978) / T.W. Moody (1907-84) --
The burden of our history (1978) / F.S.L. Lyons (1923-83) --
from: The irish review (1986) / Roy Foster (1949--
) --
from: The Irish review (1988) / Desmond Fennell (1929- ) --
II. Aspects of revisionsim --
from: Studies (1972) / Father Francis Shaw (1908-70) --
Passion and cunning (1988) / Conor Cruise O'Brien (1917- ) --
from: Watchmen in Zion: The protestant idea of liberty (1985) / Marriane Ellott (1948- ) --
from: Celtic revivals (1985) / Seamus Deane (1940- ) --
from: Ireland's literature: selected essays (1988) / Terence Brown (1944- ) --
III. Tradition and discontinuity --
from: States of mind: a study in Anglo-Irish conflict 1780-1980 (1983) / Oliver MacDonagh (1925- ) --
from: The Irish writer (1966) / Thomas Kinsella (1929- ) --
from: Traditions (1987) / Richard Kearney (1954- ) --
from: The Irish review (1988) / David Lloyd (1955- ) --
IV. Culture and conflict --
from: Anglo-Irish attitudes (1984) / Declan Kiberd (1951- ) --
from: We Irish (1986) / Denis Donoghue (1928- ) --
from: Poetry in the wars (1986) / Edna Longley (1940- ) --
V. Modernization and Modernism --
from: The crane bag (1985) / Fintan O'Toole (1958- ) --
from: The crane bag (1979) / Lian de Paor (1926- ) --
from: Ascendancy and tradition in Anglo-Irish literary history from 1789-1939 (1985) / W.J. McCormack (1947- ) --
from: The crane bag (1979) / Sean Golden (1948- ) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Political writings and speeches 1900-1988 / Seamus Deane --
Introduction --
from: Ireland in the new century (1904) / Horance Plunkett (1854-1932) --
from: Catholicity and progress in Ireland (1905) / Michael O'Riodan (1857-1919) --
from: Criticism and courage and other essays (1906) ; Political and intellectual freedom (1904) ; from: 'The spoil of Egypt: A sordid story of modern empire-building' (1910) / Frederick Ryan (1874-1913) --
from: Larkin's scathing indictment of Dublin Sweaters (1913) / James Larkin (1876-1947) --
War and feminism (1914) ; 'Speech from the dock' (1915) / Francis Sheehy-Skeffington (1878-1916) --
from: Socialism and nationalism (1897) ; Parnellism and labour (1898) ; Sinn Fein, socialism and the nation (1909) ; from: North-East Ulster (1913) ; from: Socialism and nationalism (1914) ; Labour and the proposed ; Partition of Ireland ; The exclusion of Ulster (1914) ; Our duty in this crisis (1914) ; from: A continental revolution (1914) ; A war of civilisation (1915) ; The Irish flag (1916) / James Connolly (1969-1916) --
Proclamation of the republic (1916) --
The democratic programme of the first dail (1919) --
from: Arguments for the treaty (1922) / Michael Collins (1890-1922) --
The treaty (1921) --
from: Speeches and statements of Eamon de Valera 1917-1973 (1980) / Eamon de Valera (1882-1975) --
from: The Irish republican congress (1934-35) / Frank Ryan (1902-44) and George Gilmore (1898-1985) --
from: Ireland and the corporate state (1933) / Michael Tierney (1894-1975) --
'The republic of Ireland bill' (1948) / John A Costello (1891-1976) --
from: Towards a New Ireland (1972) / Garret FitzGerald (1926- ) --
from: The spirit of the nation: the speeches and statements of C.J. Haughey 1957-1986 (1986) / Charles J. Haughey (1925- ) --
'The Irish question: a British problem' (1980) ; 'Reconciliation of the irreconcilable' (1983) / John Hume (1937- ) --
from: A message to the Irish people (1985) / Sean MacBride (1904-88) --
from: The politics of Irish freedom (1986) / Gerry Adams (1948- ) --
Anglo-Irish agreement 1985 --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Irish writing : prose fiction and poetry 1900-1988 / Eoghan O Hanluain --
Introduction --
from: Seadna (1904) / Peadar Ua Laoghaire (Canon Peter O'Leary) (1839-1920) --
from: An Mhathair agus Sgealta Eile (The mother and other stories) (1916) ; An deargadaol ; The deargadaol / Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) --
from: Deoraiocht (1910) ; from: Scothscealta (1956) ; An bhean ar leag Dia Lamh ; Uirthi ; The woman on whom God ; Laid his hand / Padraic O Conaire (1992-1928) --
from: Duil (1953) ; An chulaith nua ; The new suit / Liam O Flaithearta (Liam I'Flaherty) (1896-1894) --
from: An gradh agus an Ghruaim (1929) ; Ar an tra fhoilimh ; On the empty shore / Seosamh Mac Grianna (1901-90) --
from: an broan broghach (1948) ; An Bhearna mhil ; The hare-lip / Mairtin O Cadhain (1906-70) --
from: The bridge/an droichead (1987) --
Gadaithe --
Thieves / Sean Mac Mathuna (1936- ) --
from: Eiriceachtai agus scealta eile (1987) ; An sisceal de reir eoin ; The gobspiel according to John / Alan Titley (1947- ) --
from: An tOileanach (1929) ; The Islandman / Tomas O Criomhthainn (Tomas O Crohan) (1855-1937) --
Muiris O Suilleabhain (Maurice O'Sullivan) (1904-50) --
A-growing (1933) ; Scairt phiarais ; Pierce's cave / Fiche Bliain age fas (Twenty years) --
from: Suantraidhe agus Goltaidhe (1914) ; Fornocht do chonac thu Ideal / Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) --
from: Danta 1939-1979 (1980) ; Dinit an bhroin ; Grief's dignity ; Cuimhni cinn ; Memories ; Run na mBan ; The women's secret ; An tEarrach thiar ; Spring in the west ; Arainn 1947 ; Aran 1947 ; Stoite ; Uprooted ; O morna ; O morna ; Omos do John Millington Synge ; homage to John Millington Synge ; Leigheas na hEagla ; Salve for fear ; Cranna foirtil ; Stout oars ; Mar chaitheamar an choinneal ; How we wasted the candle / Mairtin O Direain (1910-88) --
from: Eireaball Spideoige (1952) and Brosna (1964) ; Adhlacadh mo mhathar ; My mother's burial ; Cuil an ti ; Behind the house ; Cnoc melleri ; Mount Melleray ; Reo ; Freeze ; Fiabhras ; Fever ; Na leamhain ; The moths ; Claustrophobia / Sean O Riordain (1916-77) --
from: Lux Aeterna (1964) ; Aifreann na Marbh ; Mass for the dead ; Graduale / Eoghan O Tuairise (1919-82) --
from: An cion go dti seo (1987) ; Inquisitio 1584 ; Finit ; Do shile ; For sheila ; Gniomhartha corportha na trocaire ; The corporal works of mercy ; Cre na mna ti ; The housewife's credo ; Ceathruinti mhaire ni ogain ; Mary Hogan's quatrains / Maire Mhac an tSaoi (1922- ) --
from: Poems and a play in Irish (1981) ; Jackeen ag Caoineadh na mBlascaod ; A jackeen laments the blaskets ; Do shean o suilleabhain ; Oscar / Breandan O Beachain (Brendan Behan) (1923-64) --
from: Saol fo thoinn (1978) and An bas i dTir na nOg (1988) ; Roussea na gaeltachta ; A gaeltacht Rousseau ; Ca suilfam? ; Where shall we walk? ; Ise seachto hOcht, Eisean ochto ceathair ; She being 78, he being 84 ; 'Besides, who knows before the end what light may shine' / Sean O Tuama (1926- ) --
from: Faoistin Bhacach (1968) ; Maitheamh ; Forgiveness / Pearse Hutchinson (1927- ) --
from: Codarsnai (1981) and cre agus clairseach (1983) ; Eadartheangachadh ; Translation ; Nil in aon fhear ach a fhocal ; 'A man is only as good as his word' / Tomas Mac Siomoin (1938- ) --
from: Adharca broic (1978), Do nuala foigne crainn (1984) --
An dobharchu ghonta ; The wounded otter ; Fis dheireanach Eoghan Rua O suilleabhain ; Gne na Gaeltachta ; The gaeltacht face ; from: An lia nocht (1984) ; from: The naken surgeon / Michael Hartnett (1941- ) --
from: Selected poems/Rogha danta 1968-1984 (1987) ; Meirg agus Lios Luachra ; Rust and rampart of rushes ; An scathan ; The mirror ; O mo bheirt phailistineach ; O my two palestinians ; I gCuimhne ar Lis Cearnaighe, blascaodach (1974) ; Dan do Sheosamh O hEanai ; Poem to Joe Heaney / Michael Davitt (1950- ) --
from: Tine chnamh (1984), Innti II (1988) ; Portraid oige I ; Portrait of youth I ; An ceoltoir jazz ; The jazz musician ; Do chara liom ; For my friend ; Tobar ; A well ; Sa daingean ; In dingle / Liam O Muirthile (1950- ) --
from: An dealg droighin (1981), Fear suaithinseach (1984) ; Leaba shioda ; Labasheedy (The silken bed) ; I amBaile an tSleibhe ; In baile an tSleibhe ; An bhagog bhriste ; The broken doll ; Dan do Mhelissa ; Poem for Melissa ; Breith anabai thar lear ; Miscarriage abroad ; Gaineamh shuraic ; Quicksand ; Masculus giganticus Hibernicus / Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill (1952- ) --
from: Suibhne (1987) ; Suile Shuibhne ; Sweeney's eyes / Cathal O Searcaigh (1956- ) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Irish Fiction 1965-1990 / John Wilson Foster --
Introduction --
from: Redemption (1949) / Francis Stuart (1902- ) --
from: At night all cats are grey (1966) ; Myko --
Patrick Boyle (1905-82) --
from: Talk to me (1965) / Janet McNeill (1907- ) --
Return of the boy (1973) / Michael J. Murphy (1913- ) --
from: A ball of malt and Madame Butterfly (1973) ; A great God's angel standing / Benedict Kiely (1919- ) --
from: The trusting and the maimed and other Irish stories (1955) ; Dublin Fusilier / James Plunkett (1920- ) --
from: The lonely passion of Judith Hearne (1955) / Brian Moore (1921- ) --
from: Antiquities: a sequence of short stories (1978) ; A bitch and a dog hanging / Val Mulkerns (1925- ) --
from: Scenes from a receeding past (1977) / Aidan Higgins (1927- ) --
from: Tattoo lily, and other ulster stories (1961) ; Benedicite / Robert Harbison (1928- ) --
from: Beyond the pale and other stories (1981) ; Beyond the pale / William Trevor (1928- ) --
from: Different kinds of love (1987) ; The hairdresser / Leland Bardwell (1928- ) --
from: Sects and other stories (1987) ; Lonely heart / John Morrow (1930- ) --
from: Heritage and other stories (1978) ; Cancer / Eugene McCabe (1930- ) --
from: Mrs Reinhardt and other stories (1978) ; Number ten / Edna O'Brien (1932- ) --
from: Daughters of passion (1982) ; Why should not old men be mad? / Julia O'Faolain (1932- ) --
from: Nightlines (1970) ; Korea / John McGahern (1934- ) --
from: Bogmail (1978) / Patrick McGinley (1937- ) --
from: A time to dance (1982) ; Language, truth and lockjaw / Bernard MacLaverty (1942- ) --
from: The lady with the red shoes (1980) ; The lady with the red shoes / Ita Daly (1944- ) --
from: Long Lankin (1970, 1984) ; De rerum natura ; from: Mefisto (1986) / John Banville (1945- ) --
from: Banished misfortune and other stories (1982) ; Banished misfortune / Dermot Healy (1947- ) --
from: Night in tunisia and other stories (1976) ; Night in Tunisia / Neil Jordan (1951- ) --
Paradise (1991) / Ronan Sheehan (1953- ) --
from: Adventures in a Bathyscope (1988) ; Fathers / Aidan Mathews (1956- ) --
His father's son (1988) / Dermot Bolger (1959- ) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Contemporary Drama 1953-1986 / D.E.S. Maxwell --
Introduction --
The wood of the whispering (1953) / Michael J. Molloy (1917- ) --
from: Over the bridge (1960) / Sam Thompson (1916-65) --
from: King of the castle (1964) / Eugene McCabe (1930- ) --
from: The field (1965) / John B. Keane (1928- ) --
from: The flats (1971) / John Boyd (1912- ) --
from: Catchpenny twist (1977) / Stewart Parker (1941-88) --
from: The death of humpty-dumpty (1979) / Graham Reid (1945- ) --
Translations (1980) / Brian Field (1929- ) --
Bailegangaire (1985) / Thomas Murphy (1935- ) --
from: Observe the sons of Ulster marching towards the somme (1985) / Frank McGuinness (1956- ) --
Double cross (1986) / Thomas Kilroy (1934- ) --
Biographies/Bibliographies. Contemporary Irish poetry / Declan Kiberd --
Introduction --
from: One landscape still (1958) ; No mean city ; Be still as you are beautiful ; Of late ; She walked unaware ; Flowering currant ; O! Come to the land / Patrick MacDonogh (1902-61) --
from: Poems (1974) ; Assumption ; Yeats's tower at Ballylee ; Women ; The poems of love ; Johnstown castle ; The young fenians ; Kiltartan Legend ; Letter from Ballylee ; Mater Dei ; Magna Mater ; Painting of my father ; Sunday morning ; From: Poems and versions (1983) ; A hedge schoolmaster ; After horace. Solvitur acris hiems / Padraic Fallon (1905-74) --
from: Charlie Donnelly. The life and poems (1987) ; The flowering bars ; The tolerance of crows ; Poem ; Heroic heart / Charles Donnelly (1914-37) --
from: Horan's field and other reservations (1972) ; This houre her vigill ; Shadows ; Underworld ; Icarus ; Hector / Valentin Iremonger (1918- ) --
from: Nights in the bad place (1977) ; The British connection ; Credo credo ; Soldiers / Padraic Fiacc (1924- ) --
from: New and selected poems (1982) ; Concord ; Plentitude ; Baudelaire in brussels ; For a father ; Prophet / Anthony Cronin (1925- ) --
from: Tongue without hands (1963) ; Eight frontiers distant ; from: The frost is all over (1975) ; Achnasheen ; The frost is all over / Pearse Hutchinson (1927- ) --
from: Sailing to an island (1963) ; The last galway hooker ; from: The battle of Aughrim (1968) ; Casement's funeral ; from: High island ; Little hunger ; from: The price of stone (1985) ; Moonshine ; The price of stone ; Wellington testimonial ; Ice rink ; Natural son / Richard Murphy (1927- ) --
from: Another September (1958) ; Another September ; Baggot street deserta ; from: Moralities (1960) ; Song ; from: Downstram (1962) ; Downstream ; Mirror in February ; from: Wormwood (1966) ; Wormwood ; from: Notes from The land of the dead and other poems (1972) ; Ancestor ; Tear ; Hen woman ; St. Paul's rocks: 16 February 1832 ; The dispossed ; from: One and other poems (1974) ; His father's hands ; from: Out of Ireland (1987) ; The furnace ; Entrance / Thoams Kinsella (1928- ) --
from: Forms of exile (1958) ; Speech for an ideal Irish election ; The trout ; from: Poisoned lands (1961) ; Like dolmens round my childhood, the old people ; A welcoming party ; from: A chosen light (1967) ; All legendary obstacles ; Back to school ; The siege of Millingar, 1963 ; To cease ; from: The rough field (1972) ; A lost tradition ; from: A slow dance (1975) ; Mount Eagle ; Dowager ; Small secrets ; from: The great cloak (1978) ; She walks alone / John Montague (1929- ) --
from: Energy to burn (1971) ; The silent marriage ; from: The long summer still to come (1973) ; Didn't he ramble ; from: Poems 1956-1986 (1986) ; Ulster says yes / James Simmons (1933- ) --
from: The dark edge of Europe (1967) ; The poet in old age fishing at evening ; from: A limerick rake: versions from the Irish (1978) ; The county mayo ; The lass from Ballynalee / Desmond O'Grady (1935- ) --
from: Collection one (1966) ; My dark fathers ; The thatcher ; Yes ; from: Cromwell (1983) ; Reading aloud ; Radio ; Mud ; 'Therefore, I smile.' ; Am / Brendan Kennelly (1936- ) --
from: Death of a naturalist (1966) ; The early purges ; Follower ; from: Door into the dark (1969) ; Requiem for the Croppies ; Bogland ; from: Wintering out (1972) ; Traditions ; The tollund man ; from: North (1975) ; Viking Dublin: trial pieces ; Punishment ; Singing school: exposure ; from: Field work (1979) ; The skunk ; from: Station island (1984) ; Chekhov on Sakhalin ; Station island: II ; XII ; The master ; The old icons ; from: The haw lantern (1987) ; From the republic of conscience clearances / Seamus Heaney (1939- ) --
from: An exploded view (1973) ; The adulterer ; Wouds ; from: Man lying on a wall (1976) ; The lodger ; Man lying on a wall ; from: The echo gate (1979) ; Second sight / Michael Longley (1939- ) --
from: Gradual wars (1972) ; Roots ; Return ; from: History lessons (1983) ; A world without a name ; History lessons ; Breaking wood ; from: Selected poems (1988) ; Reading Paradise Lost in protestant Ulster 1984 / Seamus Deane (1940- ) --
from: Night-crossing (1968) ; Glengormley ; In carrowdore churchyard ; A portrait of the artist ; Thinking of inishere in Cambridge, Massechusetts ; from: Lives (1972) ; Ecclesiastes ; An image from Beckett ; I am raftery ; from: The snow party (1975) ; The mute phenomena ; A disused shed in co. ; Wexford ; from: Poems 1962-1978 (1979) ; The chinese restaurant in Portrush ; from: The hunt by night (1982) ; The globe in North Carolina ; Courtyards in delft ; Derry morning / Derek Mahon (1941- ) --
from: A farewell to English (1975) ; Maiden street wake ; Pigkilling ; Dryad ; A visit to Castletown house ; Mrs Halpin and the lightning ; A visit to cromm 1745 ; Patience of a tree / Michael Harnett (1941- ) --
from: What light there is (1987) ; A closer look ; Four deer / Eamon Grennan (1941- ) --
from: Acts and monuments (1972) ; Acts and monuments ; Going back to Oxford ; from: Site of Ambush (1975) ; Lucina schynning in silence of the night ... ; Darkening all the strand ; The lady's tower ; from: The second voyage (1977, 1986) ; The second voyage / Eilean Grennan (1941- ) --
from: New territory (1967) ; New territory ; from: Night feed (1982) ; Night feed ; Ode to suburbia ; The woman turns herself into a fish ; from: The journey and other poems (1987) ; The journey ; The emigrant Irish / Eavan Boland (1944- ) --
from: O westport in the light of Asia minor (1975) ; Dun chaoin ; from: Teresa's bar (1986) ; The baker ; from: Jesus, break his fall (1980) ; The death by heroin of Sid Vicious ; from: The Berlin wall cafe (1985) ; The marriage contract ; Bewley's oriental cafe, Westmoreland street / Paul Durcan (1944- ) --
from: A store of candles (1977) ; Islands ; from: A northern spring (1986) ; McConnell's birthday ; Home / Frank Ormsby (1947- ) --
Elegy for John Donne by Joseph Brodsky ; from: At the protestant museum (1986) ; Mount nebo / Hugh Maxton (1947- ) --
from: The Irish for no (1987) ; The Irish for no ; Belfast confetti ; Clearance / Ciaran Carson (1948- ) --
from: The strange museum (1980) ; Still century ; from: Liberty tree (1983) ; Desertmartin ; Off the back of a lorry ; A written answer ; Manichean geography I ; Of difference does it make ; A nation, yet again ; Argument from design ; from: Fivemiletown (1987) ; Father of history ; An ulster unionist walks the streets of London / Tom Paulin (1949- ) --
from: The flower master (1982) ; Slips ; The flitting ; from: Venus and the rain (1984) ; The villain ; Painter and poet ; Catching geese / Madbh McGuckian (1950- ) --
from: New weather (1973) ; Thrush ; The field hospital ; from: Mules (1977) ; The bearded woman by Ribera ; from: Whe browlee left (1980) ; Cuba ; Anseo ; Why Brownlee left ; Truce ; from: Quoof (1983) ; Trance ; The right arm ; Cherish the ladies ; Aisling ; My father and I and Billy ; Two rivers ; Quoof ; from: Meeting the British (1987) ; The wishbone ; Christo's / Paul Muldoon (1951- ) --
from: Winter work (1983) ; My care ; Dung ; Winter work ; The heart of Ireland / Peter Fallon (1951- ) --
from: The lundys letter (1985) ; The Lundys letter ; The desert campaign ; The clock on a wall of Farringdon Gardens, August 1971 ; The sleepwalker / Gerald Dawe (1952- ) --
from: Comparative lives (1983) ; The seamstress / Harry Clifton (1952- ) ; from: The liberal cage (1988) ; The liberal cage ; Id / Matthew Sweeny (1952- ) --
from: Hidden extras (1987) ; Thurles ; Brief lives / Dennis O'Driscoll (1954- ) --
from: The sorrow garden (1981) ; A meeting with Parnell Windows ; from: The non-aligned Storyteller (1984) ; Black flags at a party meeting ; The non-aligned storyletter / Thomas McCarthy (1954- ) --
from: The rhetorical town (1985) ; The tree alphabet ; The real snow ; The February town / Sebastian Barry (1955- ) --
from: Windfalls (1977) ; An answer ; from: Minding Ruth (1983) ; Passages ; The death of Irish ; Keeping pacific time / Aidan Mathews (1956- ) --
from: The diary of a silence (1985) ; The black piano ; On hearing Michael Hartnett read his poetry in Irish / Michael O'Loughlin (1958- ) --
from: Cast in the fire (1986) ; Thrust & Parry ; Out of the ordinary ; Interrogative ; Leavetaking / Greg Delanty (1958- ) --
Bibliographical note --
Biographies/Bibliographies --
Select general bibliography --
Index of first lines of poems --
General index to Volume III. v. 1. Early and middle Irish literature (c. 600-1600) / Proinsias MacCana ; Latin writing in Ireland (c. 400 --
c. 1200) / Charles Doherty ; The literature of Norman Ireland / Terence Dolan ; The early planters: Spenser and his contemporaries / Nicholas Canny, Andrew Carpenter ; Ireland and her past: topographical and historical writing to 1690 / Andrew Carpenter, Alan Harrison ; Literature in Irish 1600-1800 / Alan Harrison ; Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) / Andrew Carpenter ; Anglo-Irish verse 1675-1825 / Bryan Coleborne --
Drama 1690-1800 / Christopher Murray ; Oliver Goldsmith: miscellaneous writings 1759-74 / Seamus Deane ; Fiction to 1800 / Ian Campbell Ross ; Eighteenth-century Irish philosophy / David Berman, Andrew Carpenter ; Edmund Burke (1729-97) / Seamus Deane ; Political prose: Cromwell to O'Connell / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane, W.J. McCormack ; The shifting perspective (1690-1830) / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane ; Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849) / W.J. McCormack ; Thomas Moore (1779-1852) / Seamus Deane ; Language, class and genre (1780-1830) / W.J. McCormack ; The intellectual revival (1830-50) / W.J. McCormack --
v. 2. Poetry and song 1800-1890 / Seamus Deane ; The famine and young Ireland / Seamus Deane ; Political writing and speeches 1850-1918 / Seamus Deane ; The London exiles: Wilde and Shaw / Declan Kiberd ; Cultural nationalism 1880-1930 / Terence Brown ; Irish drama 1899-1929: the Abbey Theatre / D.E.S. Maxwell ; Poetry 1890-1930 / Seamus Deane ; William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) / Seamus Heaney ; Irish gothic and after 1820-1945 / W.J. McCormack ; Constructing the canon: versions of national identity / Luke Gibbons ; Prose Fiction 1880-1945 / Augustine Martin --
v. 3. James Joyce 1882-1941 / Seamus Deane ; The counter-revival provincialism and censorship 1930-65 / Terence Brown ; The counter-revival 1930-65 : poetry / Terrence Brown ; The counter-revival 1930-60: drama / Terrence Brown ; Samuel Beckett (1907-89) / J.C.C. Mays ; Northern Protestant oratory and writing 1971-1985 / Tom Paulin ; Autobiography and memoirs 1890-1988 / Seamus Deane ; Challenging the canon: revisionism and cultural criticism / Luke Gibbons ; Political writings and speeches 1900-1988 / Seamus Deane ; Irish writing : prose fiction and poetry 1900-1988 / Eoghan O Hanluain ; Irish Fiction 1965-1990 / John Wilson Foster ; Contemporary Drama 1953-1986 / D.E.S. Maxwell ; Contemporary Irish poetry / Declan Kiberd --
v. 4. Early Medieval law, c. 700-1200 / Donnchadh O Corrain ; Mary, Eve and the church c. 600-1800 / Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha ; Gormlaith and her sisters c. 750-1800 / Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha ; Society and myth c. 700-1300 / Maire Herbert ; Sovereignty and politics c. 1300-1900 / Mairin Nic Eoin ; Courts and coteries I c. 900-1600 / Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha ; Irish medical writing 1400-1600 / Aoibheann Nic Dhonnchadha ; Courts and coteries II c. 1500-1800 / Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha ; Women and the religious reformation in early modern Ireland / Magaret Mac Curtain ; Memoirs and testimonies: nonconformist women in seventeenth-century Ireland / Phil Kilroy ; Eighteenth-century Catholic and Protestant women / Rosemary Raughter ;The re-emergence of nuns and convents 1800-1962 / Caitriona Clear ; The century of religious zeal, 1800-74 / Janice Holmes ; Hymns and hymn-writers 1850-1930 / Sarah MacDonald ; Recollections of Catholicism 1906-1960 / Margaret Mac Curtain ; Religious conviction: women's voices 1900-2000 / Margaret Mac Curtain ; Poetry of the spirit 1900-95 / Margaret MacCurtain ; Expanding boundaries: faith and science 1850-1990 / Maire Rodgers ; Theology and ethics: the twentieth century / Mary Condren ; Sexual discourse in English before the act of union: prescription and dissent 1685-1801 / Siobhan Kilfeather ; Sexual expression and genre 1801-1917 / Siobhan Kilfeather ; Childbirth 1742-1955 / Jo Murphy Lawless ; Infanticide in nineteenth-century Ireland / Dympna McLoughlin ; Public discourse, private reflection, 1916-70 / Marjorie Howes ; Contesting Ireland: the erosion of heterosexual consensus 1940-2001 / Siobhan Kilfeather and Eibhear Walsh ; Lesbian encounters 1745-1997 / Emma Donoghue ; Explorations of love and desire in writing for children 1791-1979 / Siobhan Kilfeather ; Life stories / Angela Bourke and Patricia Lysaght ; International folktales / Eilis Ni Dhuibhne ; Storytelling traditions of the Irish travelers / Bairbre Ni Fhloinn ; Legends of the supernatural / Angela Bourke and Patricia Lysaght ;The song tradition / Rionach Ui Ogain and Tom Munnelly ; Lamenting the dead / Angela Bourke ; Spirituality and religion in oral tradition / Angela Bourke and Patricia Lysaght ; Work and play / Angela Bourke ; Writing oral traditions / Patricia Lysaght --
v. 5. Political writings and public voices of women c. 1500-1850 / Mary O'Dowd ; Women and politics in Ireland 1860-1918 / Maria Luddy ; Women and politics in independent Ireland 1921-68 / Margaret O'Callaghan ; The women's movement in the Republic of Ireland 1968-80 / June Levine ; The women's movement and women politicians in the republic of Ireland 1980-2000 / Frances Gardiner and Mary O'Dowd ; The law and private life in the Republic of Ireland / Alpha Connelly ; Women, politics and the state in northern Ireland 1918-66 / Ruth Taillon and Diane Urquhart ; Women and political activism in northern Ireland 1960-93 / Monica McWilliams ; Women and politics in northern Ireland 1993-2000 / Mary O'Dowd ; Property, work and home: women and the economy c. 1170-1850 / Mary O'Dowd ; The economy from 1850 / Mary E. Daly ; The labour movement in Ireland 1800-2000 / Maria Luddy ; Women and emigration from Ireland from the seventeenth century / Maria Luddy and Dympna McLoughlin ;Women of the house in Ireland 1800-1950 / Caitriona Clear ; Widows in Ireland 1830-1970 / Mary Cullen ; Education in Ireland before 1800 / Margaret MacCurtain ; Education in nineteenth-century Ireland / Anne V. O'Connor ; Education in twentieth-century Ireland / Susan Parkes ; Philanthropic institutions of eighteenth-century Ireland / Rosemary Raughter ; Philanthropy in nineteenth-century Ireland / Maria Luddy ; Hospitals in Ireland / Elizabeth Malcolm ; Workhouses / Dympna McLoughlin ; Magdalen asylums / Maria Luddy ; Mountjoy female prison and the treatment of Irish female convicts in the nineteenth century / Rena Lohan ; The profession of letters 1700-1810 / Siobhan Kilfeather ; Women's narratives 1800-40 / Riana O'Dwyer ; Ireland/Herland: women and literary nationalism 1845-1916 / Antoinette Quinn ; Women's fiction 1845-1900 / Margaret Kelleher ; Identity and opposition: women's writing 1890-1960 / Gerardine Meaney ; Inscribing voices: twentieth-century Irish language memoirs / Briona Nic Dhiarmada ; Aesthetics and politics 1890-1960 / Gerardine Meaney ; Interpreting the past: women's history and women historians 1840-1945 ; Contemporary fiction / Ruth Carrs ; Contemporary women playwrights / Anna McMullan and Caroline Williams ; Contemporary poetry / Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill ; The Republic of Ireland: the politics of sexuality 1965-2000 / Ursula Barry and Clair Wills ; Women in the north of Ireland 1969-2000 / Anne Crilly, Hazel Gordon and Eilish Rooney ; Feminism, culture and critique in Irish / Maire Ni Annrachain ; Feminism, culture and critique in English / Clair Wills ; Ethnicities / Clair Wills.
Other Titles: Irish women's writing and traditions
Responsibility: general editor, Seamus Deane ; associate editors, Andrew Carpenter, Jonathan Williams.

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    schema:description "Political writing and speeches 1850-1918 / Seamus Deane: Introduction -- I. Unionism to home rule -- from: Leaders of public opinion in Ireland (1861) / W.E.H. Lecky (1828-1903) -- from: The parliamentary policy of home rule (1875) ; from: Land tenure in Ireland: a plea for the celtic race (1866) ; from: Irish Federalism (1875) / Isaac Butt (1813-79) -- II. Fenianism 1858-1916 -- from: Arrah-Na-Pogue (1864) / Dion Boucicault (1820-90) -- from: Modern Ireland ... (1868) / George Sigerson (1836-1925) -- from: Knocknagow, or the homes of Tipperary (1873) / Charles J. Kickham (1828-1925) -- from: Recollections of fenians and fenianism (1896) / John O'Leary (1830-1907) -- from: O'Donovan Rossa's prison life (1874) ; from: Rossa's Recollections 1898 (1898) / Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa (1831-1915) -- from: Recollections of an Irish Rebel (1929) / John Devory (1842-1928) -- III. Fenianism, the land league and home rule -- from: The fall of feudalism in Ireland (1904) ; from: Some suggestions for a final settlement of the land question (1902) / Michael Davitt (1846-1906) -- from: Glimpses of an Irish Felon's prison life (1912-13) / Thomas Clarke (1857-1916) -- The North Began (1913) / Eoin Mac Neill (1867-1945) -- from: The murder machine (1916) / Patrick H. Pearse (1879-1916) -- Panegyric (1915) ; from: The sovereign people (1916) / O'Donovan Rossa: Graveside -- from: Speech from the dock (1916) / Roger Casement (1864-1916) -- Amended constitution of the Irish republican brotherhood (1873) -- IV. Parnell and Parliamentarianism 1891-1918 -- from: Words of the dead chief (1892) ; To the people of Ireland (1890) / Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-91) -- from: The life of Charles Stewart Parnell (1898) / R. Barry O'Brien (1847-1918) -- from: The fall of feudalism in Ireland (1904) / Michael Davitt (1846-1906) -- from: Memoirs of an Old Parliamentarian (1929) / T.P. O'Connor (1848-1929) -- from: Letters and leaders of my day (1928) / Timothy Michael Healy (1855-1931) -- from: A history of the Irish parliamentary party (1910) / Frank Hugh O'Donnell (1848-1916) -- from: Speeches of John Redmond MP (1910) ; from: Ireland and the war (1915) / John Redmond (1856-1918) -- from: The downfall of parliamentarianism (1918) / William O'Brien (1852-1928) -- V. Sinn Fein 1904-18 -- from: The resurrection of Hungary (1904) / Arthur Griffith (1871-1922) -- from: The Pope's green island (1912) / William P. Ryan (1867-1942) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Cultural nationalism 1880-1930 / Terence Brown -- from: History of Ireland, volume one (1878) ; from: History of Ireland: critical and philosophical (1881) ; from: Toryism and the tory democracy (1886) / Standish O'Grady (1846-1928) -- from: The necessity for de-anglicising Ireland (1892) ; from: Love songs of Connacht (Abhrain Gradh Chuige Connacht) (1893) ; A oganaigh an chuil cheangailte (Ringleted youth of my love) / Douglas Hyde (1860-1949) -- from: Cuchulain of Muirthemne (1902) / Lady Gregory (1852-1932) -- AE (George Russell) (1967-1935) -- from: A letter to W.B. Yeats (1896) -- from: Collected poems (1913) -- Carrowmore -- from: Hail and farewell: Salve (1912) ; from: The untilled field (1903) ; The wedding gown / George Moore (1852-1933) -- from: The philosophy of Irish Ireland (1905) / D.P. Moran (1872-1936) -- The coming revolution (1913) ; from: Poems (1958) ; 'I am Ireland' ; 'The rebel' / Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "V. 2. Poetry and song 1800-1890 / Seamus Deane -- Introduction -- I. Poetry 1800-1890 ; from: The Agreeable surprise (1781) ; Jingle / John O'Keefe (1747-1833) -- from: Hope: a poetic essay (1810) ; In ringlets curl'd thy tresses flow ; The dew each trembling leaf inwreathe'd / Mary Balfour (1780-1819) -- from: Poems on various subjects (1811) ; from: Morna's hill / James Stuart (1764-1842) -- from: Advice to Julia: a letter in rhyme (1820) ; Luttrell to Moore (1818) / Henry Luttrell (c.1765-1851) -- from: Nepenthe (1835) ; Canto I ; Canto II / George Darley (1795-1846) -- The spirit of Irish song (1829) ; from: Irish minstrelsy (1829) ; Roisin Dubh / Thomas Furlong (1794-1827) -- from: The O'Dohrty Papers (1855) ; The wine-bibber's glory: a new song ; Toporis gloria: a latin melody ; 'Tis the last glass of claret / William Maginn (1794-1842) -- from: The poems of J.J. Callanan (1847) ; Dirge of O' Sullivan Bear ; The convict of clonmel ; The outlaw of Loch Lene / James (Jeremiah) Joseph Callanan (1795-1829) -- from: The political works (1842-43) ; Ancient lullaby ; Aileen aroon / Gerald Griffin (1803-40) -- from: The comet (1832) ; To my native land ; from: The vindicator (1839) ; A despairing sonnet ; from: the Dublins University magazine (1840) ; The time of the Barmecides ; from: The Dublin University magazine (1844) ; The caramanian exile ; from: The Irish monthly magazine monthly (1845) ; The night is falling ; from: The nation (1846) ; Dark Rosaleen ; from: The poets and poetry or munster (1849) ; Roisin Dubh ; from: Specimens of the Early Native poetry of Ireland (1846) ; O'Hussey's Ode to the maguire ; from: The nation (1846) ; A vision of Connaught in the thirteenth century ; Lament over the ruins of the Abbey of teach Molaga ; Siberia ; The warning voice ; The dawning of the day ; from: The poets and poetry of munster (1849) ; The Geraldine's daughter ; from: The Irishman (1849) ; The nameless one ; from: The poets and poetry of Munster (1849) ; The fair hills of Eire, O! ; from: The Dublin university magazine (1840) ; Twenty golden years ago ; from: The nation (1849) ; The lovely land / James Clarence Mangan (1803-49) -- from: The reliques of Father Prout (1844) ; The bells of Shandon ; The attractions of a fashionable Irish watering-place / Francis Sylvester Mahony (1804-66) -- from: Reliques of Jacobite poetry (1844) ; An bonnaire Fiadha-Phuic (The cruel base-born tyrant) ; from: Irish popular songs (1847) ; Owen Roe O'Sullivan's Drinking song ; Mairgread ni Chealleadh ; No Craoibhin Cno / Edward Walsh (1805-50) -- from: Lays of the western Gael (1867) ; The burial of King Corman ; Lament over the ruins of the Abbey of Timoleague ; Pastheen Finn ; Ceann Dubh Deelish ; Cashel of Munster ; The coolun ; The death of Dermid ; from: The Dublin University magazine (1847) ; Lament for the death of Thomas Davis / Sir Samuel Ferguson (1810-86) -- from: The spirit of the nation (1845, 1882) ; Lament for the death of Owen Roe O'Neill ; Song of the volunteers of 1782 ; My grave ; Nationality ; Celts and Saxons ; The west's asleep / Thomas Davis (1814-45) -- from: The sisters, inisfail and other poems (1861) ; In ruin reconciled ; Song ; The year of sorrow: Ireland---1849 (Spring) ; (Winter) ; from: the Dublin university magazine (1849) ; Irish colonization: 1848 / Aubrey Thomas de Vere (1814-1902) -- from: Versicles (1856) ; Angelo ; from: Songs and romances (1878) ; Summer wanderings ; from: Sonnets on the poetry and problems of life (1881) ; I ; IV ; V ; VIII / Thomas Caulfield Irwin (1823-92) -- from: Ballads, poems and lyrics, original and translated (1850) ; The pillar towers of Ireland / Denis Florence MacCarthy (1817-82) -- from: Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland, a modern poem (1864) ; V Ballytullagh ; from: Songs, ballads and stories (1877) ; The girl's lamentation ; The ruined chapel ; The fairies ; The winding banks of Erne: or, the Emigrant's adieu to Ballyshannon / William Allingham (1824-89) -- from: The poems of Thomas D'Arcy McGee (1869) ; The woeful winter: suggested by accounts of Ireland, in December 1848 / Thomas D'Arcy McGee (1825-68) -- from: Poems (1891) ; The return ; Drifting ; My jack ; A July dawn ; Reminiscences of a day (Wicklow) ; An interview ; Happy Christmases I-III ; By the turnstile ; To spring / John Francis O'Donnell (1837-74) -- II. Popular songs: Introduction ; (a) Traditional folk songs ; The Lament of Richard Cantillon ; The curragh of Kildare, or The winter it is past ; An Rabh tu ag an gCarraig? (Have you been a Carrick?) ; Casadh an tSugain (The twisting of the rope) ; Taim sinte ar do Thuama (From the cold sod that's o'er you) ; Pearla an Bhrollaigh Bhain (The pearl of the white breast) ; An clar bog deil (The soft deal board) ; Bean an fhir ruaidh (The red-haired man's wife) ; An draighnean donn (The blackthorn tree) ; A Bhuachaill an chuil dualaigh (A youth of the flowing hair) ; An chumhimn leat an oiche ud? (Do you remember that night?) ; My lagan love ; Oganaigh oig (Young lad) ; Inghean an phailitinigh (The palatine's daughter) ; Snaidhm an Ghra (The true lovers' knot) ; An beinnsin Luachra (The little bunch of rushes) ; Preab san ol! (Another round!) ; Mairin de barra ; Liam O Raghallaigh (Liam O'Reilly) ; An chuilfhionn (The coolun) ; Selected bibliography -- (b) Anglo-Irish songs and ballads anonymous ; Castle hyde ; I know where I'm going ; The night before Larry as stretched ; The rakes of mallow ; Finnegan's wake ; The lambs on the green hills ; The parting glass ; If I was a blackbird ; from: Ballads and songs (1851) ; The rose of tralee / William Pembroke Mulchinock (c.1820-64) -- from: Songs, poems and verses (1894) ; The Irish emigrant / Lady Dufferin (1807-67) -- from: chronicles and poems of Percy French (1922) ; The mountains of mourne ; from: Prose, poems and parodies (1925) ; 'Are ye right there, Michael?' / Percy French (1854-1920) -- (c) Political ballads ; Boulavogue ; God save Ireland ; The old orage flute ; The croppy boy ; Croppies lie down ; The wearing of the green ; The shan van vocht -- from: A wreath of Shamrocks: ballads, songs and legends (1866) ; The rising of the moon / John Keegan Casey (1846-70) -- Bibliographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "The counter-revival provincialism and censorship 1930-65 / Terence Brown -- Introduction -- from: The Irish statesman (1928) seven years' change / AE (George Russell) (1867-1935) -- from: The Irish statesman (1928) ; The censorship / George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) -- from: The hidden Ireland (1925) / Daniel Corkery (1878-1964) -- from: The bell (1943) ; The stuffed-shirts ; from: A purse of coppers (1937) ; A broken world / Sean O'Faolain (1900-- ) -- from: Bones of contention (1936) ; The majesty of the law / Frank O'Connor (1903-66) -- from: Spring sowing (1924) ; Going into exile / Liam O'Flaherty (1896-1984) -- from: At swim-two-birds (1939) / Flann O'Brien (Brian O'Nolan) (1911-66) -- from: The best of myles (1968) / Myles na gCopaleen (Brian O'Nolan) -- Biographies/ Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Contemporary Irish poetry / Declan Kiberd -- Introduction -- from: One landscape still (1958) ; No mean city ; Be still as you are beautiful ; Of late ; She walked unaware ; Flowering currant ; O! Come to the land / Patrick MacDonogh (1902-61) -- from: Poems (1974) ; Assumption ; Yeats's tower at Ballylee ; Women ; The poems of love ; Johnstown castle ; The young fenians ; Kiltartan Legend ; Letter from Ballylee ; Mater Dei ; Magna Mater ; Painting of my father ; Sunday morning ; From: Poems and versions (1983) ; A hedge schoolmaster ; After horace. Solvitur acris hiems / Padraic Fallon (1905-74) -- from: Charlie Donnelly. The life and poems (1987) ; The flowering bars ; The tolerance of crows ; Poem ; Heroic heart / Charles Donnelly (1914-37) -- from: Horan's field and other reservations (1972) ; This houre her vigill ; Shadows ; Underworld ; Icarus ; Hector / Valentin Iremonger (1918- ) -- from: Nights in the bad place (1977) ; The British connection ; Credo credo ; Soldiers / Padraic Fiacc (1924- ) -- from: New and selected poems (1982) ; Concord ; Plentitude ; Baudelaire in brussels ; For a father ; Prophet / Anthony Cronin (1925- ) -- from: Tongue without hands (1963) ; Eight frontiers distant ; from: The frost is all over (1975) ; Achnasheen ; The frost is all over / Pearse Hutchinson (1927- ) -- from: Sailing to an island (1963) ; The last galway hooker ; from: The battle of Aughrim (1968) ; Casement's funeral ; from: High island ; Little hunger ; from: The price of stone (1985) ; Moonshine ; The price of stone ; Wellington testimonial ; Ice rink ; Natural son / Richard Murphy (1927- ) -- from: Another September (1958) ; Another September ; Baggot street deserta ; from: Moralities (1960) ; Song ; from: Downstram (1962) ; Downstream ; Mirror in February ; from: Wormwood (1966) ; Wormwood ; from: Notes from The land of the dead and other poems (1972) ; Ancestor ; Tear ; Hen woman ; St. Paul's rocks: 16 February 1832 ; The dispossed ; from: One and other poems (1974) ; His father's hands ; from: Out of Ireland (1987) ; The furnace ; Entrance / Thoams Kinsella (1928- ) -- from: Forms of exile (1958) ; Speech for an ideal Irish election ; The trout ; from: Poisoned lands (1961) ; Like dolmens round my childhood, the old people ; A welcoming party ; from: A chosen light (1967) ; All legendary obstacles ; Back to school ; The siege of Millingar, 1963 ; To cease ; from: The rough field (1972) ; A lost tradition ; from: A slow dance (1975) ; Mount Eagle ; Dowager ; Small secrets ; from: The great cloak (1978) ; She walks alone / John Montague (1929- ) -- from: Energy to burn (1971) ; The silent marriage ; from: The long summer still to come (1973) ; Didn't he ramble ; from: Poems 1956-1986 (1986) ; Ulster says yes / James Simmons (1933- ) -- from: The dark edge of Europe (1967) ; The poet in old age fishing at evening ; from: A limerick rake: versions from the Irish (1978) ; The county mayo ; The lass from Ballynalee / Desmond O'Grady (1935- ) -- from: Collection one (1966) ; My dark fathers ; The thatcher ; Yes ; from: Cromwell (1983) ; Reading aloud ; Radio ; Mud ; 'Therefore, I smile.' ; Am / Brendan Kennelly (1936- ) -- from: Death of a naturalist (1966) ; The early purges ; Follower ; from: Door into the dark (1969) ; Requiem for the Croppies ; Bogland ; from: Wintering out (1972) ; Traditions ; The tollund man ; from: North (1975) ; Viking Dublin: trial pieces ; Punishment ; Singing school: exposure ; from: Field work (1979) ; The skunk ; from: Station island (1984) ; Chekhov on Sakhalin ; Station island: II ; XII ; The master ; The old icons ; from: The haw lantern (1987) ; From the republic of conscience clearances / Seamus Heaney (1939- ) -- from: An exploded view (1973) ; The adulterer ; Wouds ; from: Man lying on a wall (1976) ; The lodger ; Man lying on a wall ; from: The echo gate (1979) ; Second sight / Michael Longley (1939- ) -- from: Gradual wars (1972) ; Roots ; Return ; from: History lessons (1983) ; A world without a name ; History lessons ; Breaking wood ; from: Selected poems (1988) ; Reading Paradise Lost in protestant Ulster 1984 / Seamus Deane (1940- ) -- from: Night-crossing (1968) ; Glengormley ; In carrowdore churchyard ; A portrait of the artist ; Thinking of inishere in Cambridge, Massechusetts ; from: Lives (1972) ; Ecclesiastes ; An image from Beckett ; I am raftery ; from: The snow party (1975) ; The mute phenomena ; A disused shed in co. ; Wexford ; from: Poems 1962-1978 (1979) ; The chinese restaurant in Portrush ; from: The hunt by night (1982) ; The globe in North Carolina ; Courtyards in delft ; Derry morning / Derek Mahon (1941- ) -- from: A farewell to English (1975) ; Maiden street wake ; Pigkilling ; Dryad ; A visit to Castletown house ; Mrs Halpin and the lightning ; A visit to cromm 1745 ; Patience of a tree / Michael Harnett (1941- ) -- from: What light there is (1987) ; A closer look ; Four deer / Eamon Grennan (1941- ) -- from: Acts and monuments (1972) ; Acts and monuments ; Going back to Oxford ; from: Site of Ambush (1975) ; Lucina schynning in silence of the night ... ; Darkening all the strand ; The lady's tower ; from: The second voyage (1977, 1986) ; The second voyage / Eilean Grennan (1941- ) -- from: New territory (1967) ; New territory ; from: Night feed (1982) ; Night feed ; Ode to suburbia ; The woman turns herself into a fish ; from: The journey and other poems (1987) ; The journey ; The emigrant Irish / Eavan Boland (1944- ) -- from: O westport in the light of Asia minor (1975) ; Dun chaoin ; from: Teresa's bar (1986) ; The baker ; from: Jesus, break his fall (1980) ; The death by heroin of Sid Vicious ; from: The Berlin wall cafe (1985) ; The marriage contract ; Bewley's oriental cafe, Westmoreland street / Paul Durcan (1944- ) -- from: A store of candles (1977) ; Islands ; from: A northern spring (1986) ; McConnell's birthday ; Home / Frank Ormsby (1947- ) -- Elegy for John Donne by Joseph Brodsky ; from: At the protestant museum (1986) ; Mount nebo / Hugh Maxton (1947- ) -- from: The Irish for no (1987) ; The Irish for no ; Belfast confetti ; Clearance / Ciaran Carson (1948- ) -- from: The strange museum (1980) ; Still century ; from: Liberty tree (1983) ; Desertmartin ; Off the back of a lorry ; A written answer ; Manichean geography I ; Of difference does it make ; A nation, yet again ; Argument from design ; from: Fivemiletown (1987) ; Father of history ; An ulster unionist walks the streets of London / Tom Paulin (1949- ) -- from: The flower master (1982) ; Slips ; The flitting ; from: Venus and the rain (1984) ; The villain ; Painter and poet ; Catching geese / Madbh McGuckian (1950- ) -- from: New weather (1973) ; Thrush ; The field hospital ; from: Mules (1977) ; The bearded woman by Ribera ; from: Whe browlee left (1980) ; Cuba ; Anseo ; Why Brownlee left ; Truce ; from: Quoof (1983) ; Trance ; The right arm ; Cherish the ladies ; Aisling ; My father and I and Billy ; Two rivers ; Quoof ; from: Meeting the British (1987) ; The wishbone ; Christo's / Paul Muldoon (1951- ) -- from: Winter work (1983) ; My care ; Dung ; Winter work ; The heart of Ireland / Peter Fallon (1951- ) -- from: The lundys letter (1985) ; The Lundys letter ; The desert campaign ; The clock on a wall of Farringdon Gardens, August 1971 ; The sleepwalker / Gerald Dawe (1952- ) -- from: Comparative lives (1983) ; The seamstress / Harry Clifton (1952- ) ; from: The liberal cage (1988) ; The liberal cage ; Id / Matthew Sweeny (1952- ) -- from: Hidden extras (1987) ; Thurles ; Brief lives / Dennis O'Driscoll (1954- ) -- from: The sorrow garden (1981) ; A meeting with Parnell Windows ; from: The non-aligned Storyteller (1984) ; Black flags at a party meeting ; The non-aligned storyletter / Thomas McCarthy (1954- ) -- from: The rhetorical town (1985) ; The tree alphabet ; The real snow ; The February town / Sebastian Barry (1955- ) -- from: Windfalls (1977) ; An answer ; from: Minding Ruth (1983) ; Passages ; The death of Irish ; Keeping pacific time / Aidan Mathews (1956- ) -- from: The diary of a silence (1985) ; The black piano ; On hearing Michael Hartnett read his poetry in Irish / Michael O'Loughlin (1958- ) -- from: Cast in the fire (1986) ; Thrust & Parry ; Out of the ordinary ; Interrogative ; Leavetaking / Greg Delanty (1958- ) -- Bibliographical note -- Biographies/Bibliographies -- Select general bibliography -- Index of first lines of poems -- General index to Volume III."@en ;
    schema:description "William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) / Seamus Heaney -- Introduction -- from: Crossways (1889) ; The indian upon God ; Down by the salley gardens ; The meditation of the old fisherman -- from: The rose (1893) ; Cuchulain's fight with the sea ; The rose of the world ; The lake isle of innisfree ; Who goes with fergus? ; The lamentation of the old pensioner ; To Ireland in the coming times -- from: The wind among the reeds (1899) ; The host of the air ; The song of wandering aengus ; The heart of the woman ; He hears the cry of the sedge ; He wishes for the cloths of heaven ; He thinks of his past greatness when a part of the contellations of heaven -- from: In the seven woods (1904) ; The folly of being comforted ; Adam's curse ; Red hanrahan's song about Ireland -- from: The green halmet and other poems (1910) ; No second Troy ; The fascination of what's difficult ; Upon a house of shaken by the land agitation ; At galway roaces -- from: Responsibilities (1914) ; September 1913 ; To a friend whose work has come to nothing ; Paudeen ; To a shade ; Running to paradise ; Fallen majesty ; The cold heaven ; The magi -- from: The wild swans at Coole (1919) ; The wild swans at coole ; In memory of Major Robert Gregory ; An Irish airman foresees his death ; The collar-bone of a hare ; The fisherman ; Memory ; Her praise ; Broken dreams ; To a squirrel at Kyle-na-no ; Ego dominus tuus -- from: Michael Robartes and the dancer (1921) ; Easter 1916 ; Sixteen dead men ; The second coming -- from: The tower (1928) ; Sailing to Byzantium ; Meditations in time of Civil War ; Nineteen hundred and nineteen ; Leda and the swan ; Among school children -- from: The winding stair and other poems (1933) ; In memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markiewicz ; A dialogue of self and soul ; Mohini chatterjee ; Byzantium -- from: Words for music perhaps and other poems (1932) ; Crazy Jane talks with the Bishop after long silence ; The delphic oracle upon plotinus -- from: A woman young and old (1933) ; A last confession -- fom: A full moon in March (1935) ; Rbh at the tomb of baile and aillinn whence had they come? ; Meru -- from: New poems (1938) ; Lapis lazuli ; An acre of grass ; What then? ; Beautiful lofty things ; The O'Rahilly ; Come gather round me, Parnellites ; The great day ; The municipal gallery revisited -- from: Last poems (1939) ; The statues ; News for the delphic oracle ; Long-legged fly ; High talk ; The circus animals' desertion ; Politics ; The man and the echo ; Cuchulain comforted -- Biography/Bibliography."@en ;
    schema:description "Northern Protestant oratory and writing 1971-1985 / Tom Paulin -- Introduction -- A stable unseen power (1791) ; The united Irish declaration (1791) ; The intended defence (1794) ; 'When Erin first rose' (1795) / William Drennan (1754-1820) -- Orange toasts (1795-- ) -- Bending the knee: Presbyterian addresses (1798) -- Overtured addresses (1798) -- The synod of Ulster versus viscount castlereagh (1802-17) -- Attack on Castlereagh (1817) / James Carlile (1784-1854) -- from: The cookstown speech (1828) ; Letter to Henry Cooke (1829) ; Letter to Daniel O'Connell (1831) / Henry Montgomery (1788-1865) -- 'The cold air of the north' (1828) ; from: 'Our cultivated fields' (1833) ; from: 'The hillsborough speech' (1834) ; from: The sins of the times (1837) ; Ulster's solemn league and covenant (1912) / Henry Cooke (1788-1868) -- 'I was in earnest' (1921) / Edward Carson (1854-1935) -- 'We are king's men' (1940) / James Craig (1871-1940) -- Gospel power ; from: What think ye of Christ? (1976) ; from: An exposition of the epistle to the Romans (1966) ; The three Hebrew children (1985) / Ian Paisley (1926-- ) -- 'Waiting like a dog: the gates of Hillsborough' (1985) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "The London exiles: Wilde and Shaw / Declan Kiberd -- Introduction -- from: The happy prince and other tales (1888) ; Mr Froude's blue book (on Ireland) (1889) ; Preface to The picture of Dorian Gray (1891) / Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) -- from: Intentions: (1891) ; The decay of Lying ; The importance of being earnest (1895) -- Introduction ; John Bull's other Island (1904) ; John Bull's other Island: preface for politicians (1906) ; from: Composite autobiography (1969) ; The protestants of Ireland (1912) ; A note on aggressive nationalism (1913) ; from: How to settle the Irish question (1917) ; O'Flaherty V.C. (1915) ; from: war issues for Irishmen (1918) / George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "v. 1. Early and middle Irish literature (c. 600-1600) / Proinsias MacCana ; Latin writing in Ireland (c. 400 -- c. 1200) / Charles Doherty ; The literature of Norman Ireland / Terence Dolan ; The early planters: Spenser and his contemporaries / Nicholas Canny, Andrew Carpenter ; Ireland and her past: topographical and historical writing to 1690 / Andrew Carpenter, Alan Harrison ; Literature in Irish 1600-1800 / Alan Harrison ; Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) / Andrew Carpenter ; Anglo-Irish verse 1675-1825 / Bryan Coleborne -- Drama 1690-1800 / Christopher Murray ; Oliver Goldsmith: miscellaneous writings 1759-74 / Seamus Deane ; Fiction to 1800 / Ian Campbell Ross ; Eighteenth-century Irish philosophy / David Berman, Andrew Carpenter ; Edmund Burke (1729-97) / Seamus Deane ; Political prose: Cromwell to O'Connell / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane, W.J. McCormack ; The shifting perspective (1690-1830) / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane ; Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849) / W.J. McCormack ; Thomas Moore (1779-1852) / Seamus Deane ; Language, class and genre (1780-1830) / W.J. McCormack ; The intellectual revival (1830-50) / W.J. McCormack -- v. 2. Poetry and song 1800-1890 / Seamus Deane ; The famine and young Ireland / Seamus Deane ; Political writing and speeches 1850-1918 / Seamus Deane ; The London exiles: Wilde and Shaw / Declan Kiberd ; Cultural nationalism 1880-1930 / Terence Brown ; Irish drama 1899-1929: the Abbey Theatre / D.E.S. Maxwell ; Poetry 1890-1930 / Seamus Deane ; William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) / Seamus Heaney ; Irish gothic and after 1820-1945 / W.J. McCormack ; Constructing the canon: versions of national identity / Luke Gibbons ; Prose Fiction 1880-1945 / Augustine Martin -- v. 3. James Joyce 1882-1941 / Seamus Deane ; The counter-revival provincialism and censorship 1930-65 / Terence Brown ; The counter-revival 1930-65 : poetry / Terrence Brown ; The counter-revival 1930-60: drama / Terrence Brown ; Samuel Beckett (1907-89) / J.C.C. Mays ; Northern Protestant oratory and writing 1971-1985 / Tom Paulin ; Autobiography and memoirs 1890-1988 / Seamus Deane ; Challenging the canon: revisionism and cultural criticism / Luke Gibbons ; Political writings and speeches 1900-1988 / Seamus Deane ; Irish writing : prose fiction and poetry 1900-1988 / Eoghan O Hanluain ; Irish Fiction 1965-1990 / John Wilson Foster ; Contemporary Drama 1953-1986 / D.E.S. Maxwell ; Contemporary Irish poetry / Declan Kiberd -- v. 4. Early Medieval law, c. 700-1200 / Donnchadh O Corrain ; Mary, Eve and the church c. 600-1800 / Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha ; Gormlaith and her sisters c. 750-1800 / Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha ; Society and myth c. 700-1300 / Maire Herbert ; Sovereignty and politics c. 1300-1900 / Mairin Nic Eoin ; Courts and coteries I c. 900-1600 / Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha ; Irish medical writing 1400-1600 / Aoibheann Nic Dhonnchadha ; Courts and coteries II c. 1500-1800 / Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha ; Women and the religious reformation in early modern Ireland / Magaret Mac Curtain ; Memoirs and testimonies: nonconformist women in seventeenth-century Ireland / Phil Kilroy ; Eighteenth-century Catholic and Protestant women / Rosemary Raughter ;The re-emergence of nuns and convents 1800-1962 / Caitriona Clear ; The century of religious zeal, 1800-74 / Janice Holmes ; Hymns and hymn-writers 1850-1930 / Sarah MacDonald ; Recollections of Catholicism 1906-1960 / Margaret Mac Curtain ; Religious conviction: women's voices 1900-2000 / Margaret Mac Curtain ; Poetry of the spirit 1900-95 / Margaret MacCurtain ; Expanding boundaries: faith and science 1850-1990 / Maire Rodgers ; Theology and ethics: the twentieth century / Mary Condren ; Sexual discourse in English before the act of union: prescription and dissent 1685-1801 / Siobhan Kilfeather ; Sexual expression and genre 1801-1917 / Siobhan Kilfeather ; Childbirth 1742-1955 / Jo Murphy Lawless ; Infanticide in nineteenth-century Ireland / Dympna McLoughlin ; Public discourse, private reflection, 1916-70 / Marjorie Howes ; Contesting Ireland: the erosion of heterosexual consensus 1940-2001 / Siobhan Kilfeather and Eibhear Walsh ; Lesbian encounters 1745-1997 / Emma Donoghue ; Explorations of love and desire in writing for children 1791-1979 / Siobhan Kilfeather ; Life stories / Angela Bourke and Patricia Lysaght ; International folktales / Eilis Ni Dhuibhne ; Storytelling traditions of the Irish travelers / Bairbre Ni Fhloinn ; Legends of the supernatural / Angela Bourke and Patricia Lysaght ;The song tradition / Rionach Ui Ogain and Tom Munnelly ; Lamenting the dead / Angela Bourke ; Spirituality and religion in oral tradition / Angela Bourke and Patricia Lysaght ; Work and play / Angela Bourke ; Writing oral traditions / Patricia Lysaght -- v. 5. Political writings and public voices of women c. 1500-1850 / Mary O'Dowd ; Women and politics in Ireland 1860-1918 / Maria Luddy ; Women and politics in independent Ireland 1921-68 / Margaret O'Callaghan ; The women's movement in the Republic of Ireland 1968-80 / June Levine ; The women's movement and women politicians in the republic of Ireland 1980-2000 / Frances Gardiner and Mary O'Dowd ; The law and private life in the Republic of Ireland / Alpha Connelly ; Women, politics and the state in northern Ireland 1918-66 / Ruth Taillon and Diane Urquhart ; Women and political activism in northern Ireland 1960-93 / Monica McWilliams ; Women and politics in northern Ireland 1993-2000 / Mary O'Dowd ; Property, work and home: women and the economy c. 1170-1850 / Mary O'Dowd ; The economy from 1850 / Mary E. Daly ; The labour movement in Ireland 1800-2000 / Maria Luddy ; Women and emigration from Ireland from the seventeenth century / Maria Luddy and Dympna McLoughlin ;Women of the house in Ireland 1800-1950 / Caitriona Clear ; Widows in Ireland 1830-1970 / Mary Cullen ; Education in Ireland before 1800 / Margaret MacCurtain ; Education in nineteenth-century Ireland / Anne V. O'Connor ; Education in twentieth-century Ireland / Susan Parkes ; Philanthropic institutions of eighteenth-century Ireland / Rosemary Raughter ; Philanthropy in nineteenth-century Ireland / Maria Luddy ; Hospitals in Ireland / Elizabeth Malcolm ; Workhouses / Dympna McLoughlin ; Magdalen asylums / Maria Luddy ; Mountjoy female prison and the treatment of Irish female convicts in the nineteenth century / Rena Lohan ; The profession of letters 1700-1810 / Siobhan Kilfeather ; Women's narratives 1800-40 / Riana O'Dwyer ; Ireland/Herland: women and literary nationalism 1845-1916 / Antoinette Quinn ; Women's fiction 1845-1900 / Margaret Kelleher ; Identity and opposition: women's writing 1890-1960 / Gerardine Meaney ; Inscribing voices: twentieth-century Irish language memoirs / Briona Nic Dhiarmada ; Aesthetics and politics 1890-1960 / Gerardine Meaney ; Interpreting the past: women's history and women historians 1840-1945 ; Contemporary fiction / Ruth Carrs ; Contemporary women playwrights / Anna McMullan and Caroline Williams ; Contemporary poetry / Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill ; The Republic of Ireland: the politics of sexuality 1965-2000 / Ursula Barry and Clair Wills ; Women in the north of Ireland 1969-2000 / Anne Crilly, Hazel Gordon and Eilish Rooney ; Feminism, culture and critique in Irish / Maire Ni Annrachain ; Feminism, culture and critique in English / Clair Wills ; Ethnicities / Clair Wills."@en ;
    schema:description "Autobiography and memoirs 1890-1988 / Seamus Deane -- Introduction -- from: Seventy years of Irish life (1893) / William Richard Le Fanu (1816-94) -- from: Autobiography on The life of William Caleton (1896) / William Carleton (1794-1869) -- from: Autobiography (1896-1907) ; from: The aran islands (1907) / John Millington Synge (1871-1909) -- from: Autobiography and life of George Tyrrell (1912) / George Tyrrell (1861-1909) -- from: Irishmen all (1912) / George A. Birmingham (1865-1950) -- from: Twenty-five yeasr (1913) / Katharine Tyan (1861-1931) -- from: The trembling of the veil (1922) ; from: Autobriography (1938) / William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) -- from: Immaturity (1930) / George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) -- from: On another man's wound (1936) / Earnan O Malley (1989-1957) -- from: As I was going down Sackville Street (1937) / Oliver St John Gogarty (1878-1957) -- from: Seven winters. Memories of a Dublin childhood (1943) / Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973) -- from: Drums under the window (1945) / Sean O'Casey (1880-1964) -- from: No surrender: An ulster childhood (1960) / Robert Harbinson (1928- ) -- from: An only child (1961) / Frank O'Connor (1903-66) -- from: Vive Moi! (1964) / Sean O'Faolain (1900-- ) -- fom: Self portrait (1964) / Patrick Kavanagh (1904-67) -- from: The strings are false: An unfinished autobiography (1965) / Louis MacNeice (1907-63) -- from: A penny in the coulds (1968) / Austin Clarke (1896-1974) -- from: Ireland yesterday and tomorrow (1968) / Bulmer Hobson (1883-1969) -- from: The price of my soul (1969) / Bernadette Devlin (1947-- ) -- from: War and an Irish town (1974) / Eamon McCann (1943-- ) -- from: Dead as doornails (1975) / Anthony Cronin (1926-- ) -- from: voices and the sound of drums: an Irish autobiography (1981) / Patrick Shea (1908-- ) -- from: Man of no property (1982) / C.S. Andrews (1901-88) -- from: Escape from the anthill (1985) / Hubert Butler (1900- ) -- from: Against the tide (1986) / Noel Browne (1915- ) -- from: The village of longing (1987) / George O' Brein (1945- ) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Irish drama 1899-1929: the Abbey Theatre / D.E.S. Maxwell -- Introduction -- The heather field (1899) / Edward Martyn (1859-1923) -- Cathleen ni houlihan (1902) ; On baile's strand (1904) ; Purgatory (1938) / W.B. Yeats (1865-1939) -- Spreading the news (1904) ; The workhouse ward (1908) / Lady Gregory (1852-1932) -- In the shadow of the Glen (1903) ; from: The playboy of the Western World (1907) / John Millington Synge (1871-1909) -- from: The whitheeaded boy (1916) / Lennox Robinson (1886-1958) -- from: The land (1905) / Padraic Colum (1881-1972) -- Birthright (1910) / T.C. Murray (1873-1959) -- from: The dandy dolls (1913) / George Fitzmaurice (1878-1963) -- The shadow of a gunman (1923) ; from: The plough and the stars (1926) / Sean O'Casey (1880-1964) -- from: The passing day (1936) / George Shiels (1886-1949) -- from: Mixed marriage (1911) / St. John Ervine (1883-1971) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "The counter-revival 1930-60: drama / Terrence Brown -- Introduction -- from: The old lady says 'No!' (1929) / Denis Johnston (1901-84) -- from: Drama at Inish (1933) / Lennox Robinson (1886-1958) -- from: Shadow and substance (1937) / Paul Vincent Carroll (1900-68) -- The quare fellow (1954) / Brendan Behan (1923-64) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Irish Fiction 1965-1990 / John Wilson Foster -- Introduction -- from: Redemption (1949) / Francis Stuart (1902- ) -- from: At night all cats are grey (1966) ; Myko -- Patrick Boyle (1905-82) -- from: Talk to me (1965) / Janet McNeill (1907- ) -- Return of the boy (1973) / Michael J. Murphy (1913- ) -- from: A ball of malt and Madame Butterfly (1973) ; A great God's angel standing / Benedict Kiely (1919- ) -- from: The trusting and the maimed and other Irish stories (1955) ; Dublin Fusilier / James Plunkett (1920- ) -- from: The lonely passion of Judith Hearne (1955) / Brian Moore (1921- ) -- from: Antiquities: a sequence of short stories (1978) ; A bitch and a dog hanging / Val Mulkerns (1925- ) -- from: Scenes from a receeding past (1977) / Aidan Higgins (1927- ) -- from: Tattoo lily, and other ulster stories (1961) ; Benedicite / Robert Harbison (1928- ) -- from: Beyond the pale and other stories (1981) ; Beyond the pale / William Trevor (1928- ) -- from: Different kinds of love (1987) ; The hairdresser / Leland Bardwell (1928- ) -- from: Sects and other stories (1987) ; Lonely heart / John Morrow (1930- ) -- from: Heritage and other stories (1978) ; Cancer / Eugene McCabe (1930- ) -- from: Mrs Reinhardt and other stories (1978) ; Number ten / Edna O'Brien (1932- ) -- from: Daughters of passion (1982) ; Why should not old men be mad? / Julia O'Faolain (1932- ) -- from: Nightlines (1970) ; Korea / John McGahern (1934- ) -- from: Bogmail (1978) / Patrick McGinley (1937- ) -- from: A time to dance (1982) ; Language, truth and lockjaw / Bernard MacLaverty (1942- ) -- from: The lady with the red shoes (1980) ; The lady with the red shoes / Ita Daly (1944- ) -- from: Long Lankin (1970, 1984) ; De rerum natura ; from: Mefisto (1986) / John Banville (1945- ) -- from: Banished misfortune and other stories (1982) ; Banished misfortune / Dermot Healy (1947- ) -- from: Night in tunisia and other stories (1976) ; Night in Tunisia / Neil Jordan (1951- ) -- Paradise (1991) / Ronan Sheehan (1953- ) -- from: Adventures in a Bathyscope (1988) ; Fathers / Aidan Mathews (1956- ) -- His father's son (1988) / Dermot Bolger (1959- ) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "The counter-revival 1930-65 : poetry / Terrence Brown -- Introduction -- from: The cattledrive in Connaught (1925) ; The lost heifer; from: Pilgrimage and other poems (1929) ; Pilgrimage ; The scholar -- from: Night and morning (1938) ; Tenebrae -- from: Ancient lights (1955) ; Ancient lights -- from: Flight to Africa (1963) ; The last republicans ; Martha Blake at Fifty-One ; Eighteenth century harp songs -- from: Mnemosyne lay in dust (1966) -- from: Orphide and other poems (1970) ; The healing of mis -- from: The great hunger (1942) ; from: A soul for sale (1947) ; Advent ; from: Come dance with Kitty Stobling (1960) ; Shancoduff ; In memory of my mother ; If ever you go to Dublin town ; The hospital ; October ; from: Collected poesm (1964) ; Innocence ; from: November Haggard (1971) ; Lough derg / Patrick Kavanaugh (1904-67) -- from: Lough derg and other poems (1946) ; Lough Derg ; Encounter ; from: Later poems (1946-59) ; The colours of love ; The tomb of Michael Collins / Denis Devlin (1908-59) -- from: Poems (1934) ; De civitate hominum ; Aodh ruadh o domhnaill ; Nocturne of the self-evident presence / Thomas MacGreevy (1893-1967) -- from: Selected poems (1971) ; Missouri sequence / Brian Coffey (1905-- ) -- from: Poems (1935) ; Belfast ; Snow ; from: Poem (1937) ; The sunlight on the garden ; Bagpipe music ; from: Autumn jounral (1939) ; from: The last ditch (1940) ; Meeting point ; from: Holes in the sky (1948) ; The strand ; from: Visitations (1957) ; House on a cliff ; Charon / Louis MacNeice (1907-63) -- from: No rebel word (1948) ; Frost ; Once Alien here ; The swathe uncut ; from: Collected poems 1932-67 (1968) ; Becasue I paced my thought ; The colony / John Hewitt (1907-87) -- from: Awake! and other poems (1941) ; White Christmas ; from: Europa and the bull (1952) ; Lent ; The net / W.R. Rodgers (1909-69) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Song---Sprig of Shillela / Henry Brereton Code ; IV 'How's poor ould Ireland, and how does she stand?' ; Lilli burlero ; The blackbird ; Verses said to be written on the union ; Part of the 9th ode of the 4th book of horace, address'd to Doctor William King, late Lord Archbishop of Dublin ; A serious poem upon William Wood, Brasier, Tinker, Hard-ware-man, Coiner, Counterfeiter, Founder and Esquire ; Horace Book I. Ode XIV ; Ireland / Jonathan Swift ; A new song sung at the club at Mr. Taplin's the sign of the Drapier's head in truck-street / Richard Witheral (fl. 1720-30) ; A second song, sung at the club at Mr. Taplin's the sign of the Drapier's-head in truck-street / Charles Shadwell (fl. 1710-25) ; Advice to the people of Dublin, in their choice of a recorder / Laetitia Pilkington ; On disbanding a troop of dragoon volunteers ... / James Dalacourt ; Love and whiskey ; The man who led the van of Irish volunteers / Edward Lysaght (1763-1811) ; The deserter's meditation / John Philpot Curran (1750-1817) ; The freedom of John Bull ; Paddy's opinion. An Irish ballad / Mary O'Brien (fl. 1783-90) ; The wake of William Orr ; The green little shamrock of Ireland / Andrew Cherry (1762-1812) ; Song ; The irishman / James Orr ; Oliver's advice / William Blacker (1777-1855) ; Checklist of poems and sources ; General bibliography ; Biographies/Bibliographies -- Drama 1690-1800 / Christopher Murray ; Introduction ; fom: The recruiting officer (1706) ; from: The Beaux' strategem (1707) / George Farquhar (1677-1707) ; from: The conscious lovers / Sir Richard Steele (1672-1729) ; The brave Irishman; or, Captain O'Blunder (1743) / Thomas Sheridan (1719-88) ; from: The true-born Irishman; or, the Irish fine lady (1762) / Charles Macklin (1699-1797) ; from: All the wrong (1761) / Arthur Murphy (1727-1805) ; from: False Delicacy, from: the school for wives (1773) / Hugh Kelly (1739-77) ; She stoops to conquer; or, the mistakes of a night (1773) / Oliver Goldsmith (1728-74) ; The rivals / Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751-1816) ; from: Tony Lumpkin in town (1780) ; from: The poor soldier (1783) / John O'Keeffe (1747-1833) ; Textual note ; Biographies/Bibliographies -- Oliver Goldsmith: miscellaneous writings 1759-74 / Seamus Deane: Introduction ; from: An enquiry into the present state of polite learning in Europe (1759) ; from: The bee (27 October 1759) ; A description of the manners and customs of the native Irish. In a letter from an English gentleman (1759) ; The history of Carolan, the last Irish bard (1760) ; from: A comparative view of races and nations (1760) ; from: The citizen of the world (1762) ; from: A general history of the world from the creation to the present time ... (1764) ; An essay on the theatre; or a comparison between laughing and sentimental comedy (1773) ; Biography/Bibliography -- Fiction to 1800 / Ian Campbell Ross: Introduction ; from: The history of Jack Connor (1752) / William Chaigneau (1709-81) ; from: The life of John Buncle, esq ... (1756-66) / Thomas Amory (c.1691-1788) ; from: The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759-66) / Laurence Sterne (1713-68) ; from: Chrysal; or, The adventures of a guinea ... (1760-65) / Charles Johnstone (c.1719-c.1800) ; from: Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph (1761) / Frances Sheridan (1724-66) ; from: The fool of quality; or, The history of Henry, Earl of Moreland (1765-70) / Henry Brooke (c.1703-83) ; from: The vicar of Wakefield; A tale of supposed to be written by himself (1766) / Oliver Goldsmith (1728-74) ; from: the triumph of prudence over passion; or, the history of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald (1781) ; Biographies/Bibliographies -- Eighteenth-century Irish philosophy / David Berman, Andrew Carpenter: Introduction ; from: Christianity Not Mysterious (1696) /John Toland (1670-1722) ; from: Two letters to John Locke (1692-93, 1695-96) / William Molyneux (1656-98) ; from: An appendix to a gentleman's religion (1698) / Edward Synge (1659-1741) ; Summary of the Chief principles of De Origine Mali (1702) ; from: Predestination and foreknowledge ... (1709) / William King (1650-1729) ; from: A new theory of vision (1709) ; from: Treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge (1710) ; from: The guardian, no. 27 (1713) ; from: Alciphron, or the minute philosopher (1732) ; from: The querist (1752) / George Berkeley (1685-1753) ; Letter to William Mace (1727) / Francis Hutcheson (1694-1746) ; from: The procedure, extent and limits of human understanding (1728) ; From: Things divine and supernatural conceived by analogy with things natural and human (1733) / Peter Browne (c.1665-1735) ; from: Ophiomaches; or, Deism revealed (1749) / Philip Skelton (1707-87) ; from: A vindication of the histories of the old and new testament, Part III (1757) / Robert Clayton (1695-1758) ; from: A philosophical enquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sublime and beautiful (1757) / Edmund Burke (1729-97) ; Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Samuel Beckett (1907-89) / J.C.C. Mays -- Introduction -- from: More pricks than kick (1934) ; Dante and the lobster -- Recent Irish poetry (1934) -- from: Collected poems 1930-1978 (1984) ; Gnome ; Echo's bones ; Dieppe ; Saint-Lo ; my way is in the sand flowing ; I would like my love to die -- from: Murphy (1938) -- from: Letter to Azel Kaun (1937) -- Endgame (1958) -- Embers (1959) -- Enough (1967) -- Ping (1967) -- Come and go (1968) -- Lessness (1970) -- Not I (1972) -- That time (1976) -- Company (1980) -- Biography/Bibliography."@en ;
    schema:description "V. 1 Early and middle Irish literature (c. 600-1600) -- Introduction ; from: Tain Bo Cuailnge (The cattle raide of Cuailnge) ; from: Longes Mac N-Uisleann (The exile of the sons of Uisliu) ; Aislinge Oenguso (The vision of Oenghus) ; from: Aislinge Mac Conglinne (The vision of MacConglinne) ; from: Fledh Bricrenn (The feast of Bricrui) ; Creatures great and small Ciaran of Saigir ; St Maelanfaid of Dairnis ; St Mochua ; from:Togail Bruidne Da Derga (The destruction of the hall of Da Derga) ; from: Serglige con culainn (The wasting sickness of Cu Chulainn) ; from: Tochmar Etaine (The wooing of Etain) ; Fianaigheacht (Membership of the fianna) ; from: Agallamh na Seanorach (The converse of the ancients) ; Caillech Berri (The old woman of Beare) ; Seasonal poems ; May-time ; Summer has come ; Winter ; The flightiness of thought ; The dead lover ; On the crucifixion ; Jesus and the sparrows ; Ranns and Epigrams ; The storm ; Pointless pilgrimage ; The monk's choice ; The light o' love ; An uncouth patron ; Flatulence ; A kiss ; The poet on his dead wife ; The scholar and his cat ; from: Immram Brain (The voyage of bran) ; Lyrics ; A stormy night ; The scribe out of doors ; The blackbird ; The blackbird at Belfast Lough ; The blackbird in the willow ; Liadan and Cuirithir ; from: Felire Oengusso (The Matryrology of Oengus) ; Do Mhac I Dhomhnuill (In praise of Conn, son of O Domhnaill) ; from: Immram brain (The voyage of bran) ; Bibliography / Proinsias MacCana -- Latin writing in Ireland (c. 400 -- c. 1200) -- Introduction ; Saint Patrick (died c.492) ; from: The confession ; from: Letter to the soldiers of Coroticus ; from: The Bishop's synod ; from: Liber Angeli (Book of the Angel) ; Tirechan (fl. second half of 7th century) ; Trom: Collectanea concerning St Patrick ; Cogitosus (fl. mid-7th century) from: Vita Sanctae Brigitae (Life of Saint Brigit) ; Muirchu Moccu Mactheni (fl. second half of 7th century) from: Vita Sancti Patricii (Life of St Patrick) ; Colman Mac Muirchon (died 7356) ; Hymnus S. Colmani in Laudem S. Michaelis (The hymn of Saint Colman in praise of Saint Michael) ; Columbanus (c. 543-615) ; from: Sancti Columbani opera: Espitula II (The works of St Columbanus: Letter II) ; from: Sancti Columbani opera: Instructio VIII (The works of St Columbanus: Sermon VIII) ; from: Sancti Columbani Opera: Regulae (The works of St Columbanus: Rules) ; from: The hisperica famina (Western Sayings) (c. mid-7th century) ; The rule of the day ; (c. mid-7th century) ; The rule of the day ; Adamnan (c. 624-704) ; from: Adamnan's life of Columba (c. 700) ; from: De Locis Sanctus (Concerning the holy places) ; Dicuil (fl. c. 760-c.825) ; from: Diculi Liber de Mensura Orbis Tarrae (Dicuil: The book on the measurement of the earth) ; Johannes Scottus (Eriugena) (c. 810-c.877) ; Lumine Sidereo Dionysius Auxit ; Athenas (Athens was exalted with heavenly light by Dionysius) ; Hellinas troasque suos cantarat ; Homerus (Homer once sang of his Hellenes and Trojans) ; from: De Divisione naturae (The division of nature) ; from: Periphyseon (De divisione naturae) (On the division of nature) ; Sedulius Scottus (fl. 848-859) ; Flamina nos boreae niveo canentia vultu (The gust of the north wind are blowing and there are signs of snow) ; Gaudeant Caeli, Mare, Cuncta terra (Rejoice ye heavens, sea and all the land) ; Vestri Tecta Nitent Luce Serena (Your house gleams with calm light) ; Cum deus altipotens animalia ; condidit orbis (When God in his lofty power created with animals in the world) ; Libera plebem tibi servientem (Set free thy people, set free thy servants) ; Surrexit Christus sol versus Vespere Noctis (Last night did Christ the sun rise from the dark) ; Aut Lego Vel Scribo, doceo scrutorve sophiam (I read and write, teach and study scripture) ; Bishop Patrick (Gilla Patraic) (died 1084) ; Liber Sancti Patricii Episcopi (The book of holy Patrick the Bishop) ; from: The three dwelling places of the soul ; from: Mentis in excessu (In ecstasy of mind) ; Biographies/Bibliographies / Charles Doherty -- The literature of Norman Ireland / Terence Dolan ; Introduction ; Norman-French texts ; The song of dermot and the earl (1200-25) ; The walling of new ross (1265) ; Middle English texts ; The land of Cokaygne (early 14th century) ; A satire on the people of Dublin (early 14th century) ; The pride of life (first half of 15th century) ; from: The Gouernaunce of prynces (c. 1423) ; Latin texts ; The internerarium of symon Simeonis (first half of 14th century) ; Two poems by Richard Ledrede (c.1275-1360) (1350s) ; Richard FitzRalph (c.1300-60) ; from: Defensio Curatorum (1375) ; Historical and linguistic background ; Note on the texts -- The early planters: Spenser and his contemporaries / Nicholas Canny, Andrew Carpenter ; Introduction: I political writings Edmund Spenser (c. 1552-99) ; from: a view of the present state of Ireland (1596) ; from: Solon his follie, or a political discourse touching the reformation of commonweals conquered, declined, or corrupted (1594) / Richard Beacon (fl. 1567-92) ; from: Of the commonwealth of Ireland (c.1620) / Fynes Moryson (1566-1630) ; from: A discovery of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued ... (1612) / Sir John Davies (1569-1626) ; from: The Irish rebellion ... (1646) / Sir John Temple (1600-77)."@en ;
    schema:description "The famine and young Ireland / Seamus Deane -- Introduction -- from: The sword (28 July 1846) / Thomas Francis Meagher (1823-67) -- from: The black prophet (1847) / William Carleton (1794-1869) -- from: Mo sgeal fein (My own story) (1915) / Peadar O Laoghaire (1839-1920) -- from: Lights and shades of Ireland (1850) / Asenath Nicholson (1839-1920) -- Realities of Irish life (1868) / William Steuart Trench (1808) -- Memories of the Famine -- (a) South Kerry -- from: The petrie collection of The Ancient music of Ireland (1855) / George Petric (1789-1866) -- from: A voice for Ireland. The famine in the land (1847) / Isaac Butt (1813-79) -- from: The nation (24 April 1847) ; from: The Irish felon (24 June 1848) / James Fintan Lalor (1807-49) -- from: Jail journal (1854) ; from: The last conquest of Ireland (perhaps) (1861) / John Mitchel (1815-75) -- from: Essays in political economy (1873) ; Political economy and land ; Political economy and Laissez-Faire (1870) / John Elliot Cairnes (1823-75) -- from: New Ireland (1877) / Alexander Martin Sullivan (1830-84) -- from: The fall of Feudalism in Ireland (1904) / Michael Davitt (1846-1906) -- (b) Rannafast, Co. Donegal ; Memories of the famine -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Irish writing : prose fiction and poetry 1900-1988 / Eoghan O Hanluain -- Introduction -- from: Seadna (1904) / Peadar Ua Laoghaire (Canon Peter O'Leary) (1839-1920) -- from: An Mhathair agus Sgealta Eile (The mother and other stories) (1916) ; An deargadaol ; The deargadaol / Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) -- from: Deoraiocht (1910) ; from: Scothscealta (1956) ; An bhean ar leag Dia Lamh ; Uirthi ; The woman on whom God ; Laid his hand / Padraic O Conaire (1992-1928) -- from: Duil (1953) ; An chulaith nua ; The new suit / Liam O Flaithearta (Liam I'Flaherty) (1896-1894) -- from: An gradh agus an Ghruaim (1929) ; Ar an tra fhoilimh ; On the empty shore / Seosamh Mac Grianna (1901-90) -- from: an broan broghach (1948) ; An Bhearna mhil ; The hare-lip / Mairtin O Cadhain (1906-70) -- from: The bridge/an droichead (1987) -- Gadaithe -- Thieves / Sean Mac Mathuna (1936- ) -- from: Eiriceachtai agus scealta eile (1987) ; An sisceal de reir eoin ; The gobspiel according to John / Alan Titley (1947- ) -- from: An tOileanach (1929) ; The Islandman / Tomas O Criomhthainn (Tomas O Crohan) (1855-1937) -- Muiris O Suilleabhain (Maurice O'Sullivan) (1904-50) -- A-growing (1933) ; Scairt phiarais ; Pierce's cave / Fiche Bliain age fas (Twenty years) -- from: Suantraidhe agus Goltaidhe (1914) ; Fornocht do chonac thu Ideal / Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) -- from: Danta 1939-1979 (1980) ; Dinit an bhroin ; Grief's dignity ; Cuimhni cinn ; Memories ; Run na mBan ; The women's secret ; An tEarrach thiar ; Spring in the west ; Arainn 1947 ; Aran 1947 ; Stoite ; Uprooted ; O morna ; O morna ; Omos do John Millington Synge ; homage to John Millington Synge ; Leigheas na hEagla ; Salve for fear ; Cranna foirtil ; Stout oars ; Mar chaitheamar an choinneal ; How we wasted the candle / Mairtin O Direain (1910-88) -- from: Eireaball Spideoige (1952) and Brosna (1964) ; Adhlacadh mo mhathar ; My mother's burial ; Cuil an ti ; Behind the house ; Cnoc melleri ; Mount Melleray ; Reo ; Freeze ; Fiabhras ; Fever ; Na leamhain ; The moths ; Claustrophobia / Sean O Riordain (1916-77) -- from: Lux Aeterna (1964) ; Aifreann na Marbh ; Mass for the dead ; Graduale / Eoghan O Tuairise (1919-82) -- from: An cion go dti seo (1987) ; Inquisitio 1584 ; Finit ; Do shile ; For sheila ; Gniomhartha corportha na trocaire ; The corporal works of mercy ; Cre na mna ti ; The housewife's credo ; Ceathruinti mhaire ni ogain ; Mary Hogan's quatrains / Maire Mhac an tSaoi (1922- ) -- from: Poems and a play in Irish (1981) ; Jackeen ag Caoineadh na mBlascaod ; A jackeen laments the blaskets ; Do shean o suilleabhain ; Oscar / Breandan O Beachain (Brendan Behan) (1923-64) -- from: Saol fo thoinn (1978) and An bas i dTir na nOg (1988) ; Roussea na gaeltachta ; A gaeltacht Rousseau ; Ca suilfam? ; Where shall we walk? ; Ise seachto hOcht, Eisean ochto ceathair ; She being 78, he being 84 ; 'Besides, who knows before the end what light may shine' / Sean O Tuama (1926- ) -- from: Faoistin Bhacach (1968) ; Maitheamh ; Forgiveness / Pearse Hutchinson (1927- ) -- from: Codarsnai (1981) and cre agus clairseach (1983) ; Eadartheangachadh ; Translation ; Nil in aon fhear ach a fhocal ; 'A man is only as good as his word' / Tomas Mac Siomoin (1938- ) -- from: Adharca broic (1978), Do nuala foigne crainn (1984) -- An dobharchu ghonta ; The wounded otter ; Fis dheireanach Eoghan Rua O suilleabhain ; Gne na Gaeltachta ; The gaeltacht face ; from: An lia nocht (1984) ; from: The naken surgeon / Michael Hartnett (1941- ) -- from: Selected poems/Rogha danta 1968-1984 (1987) ; Meirg agus Lios Luachra ; Rust and rampart of rushes ; An scathan ; The mirror ; O mo bheirt phailistineach ; O my two palestinians ; I gCuimhne ar Lis Cearnaighe, blascaodach (1974) ; Dan do Sheosamh O hEanai ; Poem to Joe Heaney / Michael Davitt (1950- ) -- from: Tine chnamh (1984), Innti II (1988) ; Portraid oige I ; Portrait of youth I ; An ceoltoir jazz ; The jazz musician ; Do chara liom ; For my friend ; Tobar ; A well ; Sa daingean ; In dingle / Liam O Muirthile (1950- ) -- from: An dealg droighin (1981), Fear suaithinseach (1984) ; Leaba shioda ; Labasheedy (The silken bed) ; I amBaile an tSleibhe ; In baile an tSleibhe ; An bhagog bhriste ; The broken doll ; Dan do Mhelissa ; Poem for Melissa ; Breith anabai thar lear ; Miscarriage abroad ; Gaineamh shuraic ; Quicksand ; Masculus giganticus Hibernicus / Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill (1952- ) -- from: Suibhne (1987) ; Suile Shuibhne ; Sweeney's eyes / Cathal O Searcaigh (1956- ) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Contemporary Drama 1953-1986 / D.E.S. Maxwell -- Introduction -- The wood of the whispering (1953) / Michael J. Molloy (1917- ) -- from: Over the bridge (1960) / Sam Thompson (1916-65) -- from: King of the castle (1964) / Eugene McCabe (1930- ) -- from: The field (1965) / John B. Keane (1928- ) -- from: The flats (1971) / John Boyd (1912- ) -- from: Catchpenny twist (1977) / Stewart Parker (1941-88) -- from: The death of humpty-dumpty (1979) / Graham Reid (1945- ) -- Translations (1980) / Brian Field (1929- ) -- Bailegangaire (1985) / Thomas Murphy (1935- ) -- from: Observe the sons of Ulster marching towards the somme (1985) / Frank McGuinness (1956- ) -- Double cross (1986) / Thomas Kilroy (1934- ) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Irish gothic and after 1820-1945 / W.J. McCormack -- Introduction -- fom: Melmoth the wanderer (1820) / Charles Robert Maturin (1782-1824) -- from: The O'Briens and the O'Flahertys (1829) / Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan (c.1783-1859) -- Wildgoose lodge (1830) / William Carleton (1794-1869) -- from: The house by the Church-yard (1861-63) / Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-73) -- from: Dracula (1897) / Bram Stoker (1847-1912) -- When the moon has set (n.d.) / John Millington Synge (1871-1909) -- The canterville ghost (1891) / Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) -- The words upon the window-pane (1934) / W.B. Yeats (1865-1939) -- from: The demon lover and other stories (1945) / Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973) -- The happy autumn fields -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Prose Fiction 1880-1945 / Augustine Martin -- from: Hurrish (1886) / Emily Lawless (1845-1913) -- from: The untilled field (1903) ; A letter to Rome / George Moore (1852-1933) -- from: My new curate (1900) / Patrick Augustine (Canon) Sheehan (1852-1913) -- from: The real Charlotte (1894) / Edith Somerville (1858-1949) and Martin Ross (1862-1915) -- from: The secret rose (1897) ; The crucifixion of the outcast ; The adoration of the Magi / William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) -- from: The awkward squads (1893) ; A state official / Shan F. Bullock (1865-1935) -- from: The adventures of Dr. Whitty (1913) ; The deputation / George A. Birmingham (1865-1950) -- from: Father Ralph (1913) / Gerald O'Donovan (1871-1942) -- from: Peter Waring (1937) / Forrest Reid (1875-1947) -- from: Waysiders (1917) ; The building / Seumas O'Kelly (c.1875-1918) -- from: The hounds of Banba (1920) ; On the heights / Daniel Corkery (1878-1964) -- from: The crock of gold (1912) ; Hunger (1918) / James Stephens (1882-1950) -- from: A house of children (1941) / Joyce Cary (1888-1957) -- from: The rat-pit (1915) / Patrick MacGill (1891-1963) -- from: The valley of the squinting windows (1918) / Brinsley MacNamara (1890-1963) -- from: The wasted island (1919) ; from: King Goshawk and the birds (1926) / Eimar O'Duffy (1893-1935) -- from: Islanders (1928) / Peadar O'Donnell (1893-1986) -- from: The mountain tavern and other stories (1929) ; The mountain tavern / Liam O'Flaherty (1896-1984) -- from: The bright temptation (1932) / Austin Clarke (1896-1974) -- Kate O'Brien (1897-1974) -- from: The ante-room (1934) -- from: The last September (1929) / Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973) -- from: Midsummer night madness and other stories (1932) ; Midsummer night madness / Sean O'Faolain (1900- ) -- from: Guests of the nation (1931) ; Guests of the nation / Frank O'Connor (1903-66) -- from: A single lady (1951) ; A visit to the cemetery ; from: In the middle of the fields (1967) ; In the middle of the fields / Mary Lavin (1912- ) -- from: The pedlar's pack (1944) ; Old clothes --- Old glory / Francis MacManus (1909-65) -- from: The game cock and other stories (1947) ; The game cock / Michael McLaverty (1907- ) -- Biographies/Bibliographies -- Index of first lines of poems -- General index to Volume II."@en ;
    schema:description "Political writings and speeches 1900-1988 / Seamus Deane -- Introduction -- from: Ireland in the new century (1904) / Horance Plunkett (1854-1932) -- from: Catholicity and progress in Ireland (1905) / Michael O'Riodan (1857-1919) -- from: Criticism and courage and other essays (1906) ; Political and intellectual freedom (1904) ; from: 'The spoil of Egypt: A sordid story of modern empire-building' (1910) / Frederick Ryan (1874-1913) -- from: Larkin's scathing indictment of Dublin Sweaters (1913) / James Larkin (1876-1947) -- War and feminism (1914) ; 'Speech from the dock' (1915) / Francis Sheehy-Skeffington (1878-1916) -- from: Socialism and nationalism (1897) ; Parnellism and labour (1898) ; Sinn Fein, socialism and the nation (1909) ; from: North-East Ulster (1913) ; from: Socialism and nationalism (1914) ; Labour and the proposed ; Partition of Ireland ; The exclusion of Ulster (1914) ; Our duty in this crisis (1914) ; from: A continental revolution (1914) ; A war of civilisation (1915) ; The Irish flag (1916) / James Connolly (1969-1916) -- Proclamation of the republic (1916) -- The democratic programme of the first dail (1919) -- from: Arguments for the treaty (1922) / Michael Collins (1890-1922) -- The treaty (1921) -- from: Speeches and statements of Eamon de Valera 1917-1973 (1980) / Eamon de Valera (1882-1975) -- from: The Irish republican congress (1934-35) / Frank Ryan (1902-44) and George Gilmore (1898-1985) -- from: Ireland and the corporate state (1933) / Michael Tierney (1894-1975) -- 'The republic of Ireland bill' (1948) / John A Costello (1891-1976) -- from: Towards a New Ireland (1972) / Garret FitzGerald (1926- ) -- from: The spirit of the nation: the speeches and statements of C.J. Haughey 1957-1986 (1986) / Charles J. Haughey (1925- ) -- 'The Irish question: a British problem' (1980) ; 'Reconciliation of the irreconcilable' (1983) / John Hume (1937- ) -- from: A message to the Irish people (1985) / Sean MacBride (1904-88) -- from: The politics of Irish freedom (1986) / Gerry Adams (1948- ) -- Anglo-Irish agreement 1985 -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Challenging the canon: revisionism and cultural criticism / Luke Gibbons -- Introduction -- I. The revisionist turn -- from: The bell (1944) / Sean O'Faolain (1900- ) -- from: Hemathena (1978) / T.W. Moody (1907-84) -- The burden of our history (1978) / F.S.L. Lyons (1923-83) -- from: The irish review (1986) / Roy Foster (1949-- ) -- from: The Irish review (1988) / Desmond Fennell (1929- ) -- II. Aspects of revisionsim -- from: Studies (1972) / Father Francis Shaw (1908-70) -- Passion and cunning (1988) / Conor Cruise O'Brien (1917- ) -- from: Watchmen in Zion: The protestant idea of liberty (1985) / Marriane Ellott (1948- ) -- from: Celtic revivals (1985) / Seamus Deane (1940- ) -- from: Ireland's literature: selected essays (1988) / Terence Brown (1944- ) -- III. Tradition and discontinuity -- from: States of mind: a study in Anglo-Irish conflict 1780-1980 (1983) / Oliver MacDonagh (1925- ) -- from: The Irish writer (1966) / Thomas Kinsella (1929- ) -- from: Traditions (1987) / Richard Kearney (1954- ) -- from: The Irish review (1988) / David Lloyd (1955- ) -- IV. Culture and conflict -- from: Anglo-Irish attitudes (1984) / Declan Kiberd (1951- ) -- from: We Irish (1986) / Denis Donoghue (1928- ) -- from: Poetry in the wars (1986) / Edna Longley (1940- ) -- V. Modernization and Modernism -- from: The crane bag (1985) / Fintan O'Toole (1958- ) -- from: The crane bag (1979) / Lian de Paor (1926- ) -- from: Ascendancy and tradition in Anglo-Irish literary history from 1789-1939 (1985) / W.J. McCormack (1947- ) -- from: The crane bag (1979) / Sean Golden (1948- ) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Constructing the canon: versions of national identity / Luke Gibbons -- Introduction -- I. National literature: the preoccupation with the past -- from: Literary ideals in Ireland (1899) ; John Eglinton, 'What should be the subjects of national drama?' ; W.B. Yeats, 'A note on national drama' ; John Eglinton, 'National drama and contemporary life' ; W.B. Yeats, 'John Eglinton and spiritual art' ; John Eglinton, 'Mr. Yeats and popular poetry' -- II. Universal versus national ideals -- The day's burden (1937) / Thomas Kettle (1880-1916) -- from: A treasury of Irish poetry in the English tongue (1900) / Stopford A. Brooke (1832-1916) -- from: The leader (1900) ; More muddle / D.P. Moran (1871-1936) -- The Brooke-Rolleston anthology (1901) / T.W. Rolleston (1857-1920) -- Our reply / D.P. Moran -- from Dana (May 1904) / John Eglinton and Frederick Ryan (1874-1913) -- from: Dublin essays (1919) / Arthur Clery (1879-1932) -- III. Nation, state and cultural identity -- Our whig inheritance (1936) / Eoin Mac Neill (1867-1945) -- from: Towards the republic (1918) / Aodh de Blacam (1890-1951) -- from: Erin's hope (1896) ; from: Socialism and revolutionary traditions (1900) / James Connolly (1868-1916) -- IV. Critical nationalism -- from: Literature in Ireland, studies Irish and Anglo-Irish (1916) / Thomas MacDonagh (1878-1916) -- from: Bards and Saints (1906) / John Eglinton -- from: Dana (December 1904) / Frederick Ryan -- from: Sinn Fein (12 April 1913) ; from: Sinn Fein (25 April 1913) / Arthur Griffith (1871-1922) -- V. Nationalism: Exclusivism or cultural diversity -- from: Irish Essays (1919) / Arthur Clery -- from: Synge and Anglo-Irish literature (1911) / Daniel Corkery (1878-1964) -- from: Studies (September 1934) ; The other hidden Ireland -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
    schema:description "Edmund Burke (1729-97) / Seamus Deane: ; Political prose: Cromwell to O'Connell / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane, W.J. McCormack ; The shifting perspective (1690-1830) / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane ; Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849) / W.J. McCormack ; Thomas Moore (1779-1852) / Seamus Deane: Introduction ; from: Tracts relative to the laws against popery in Ireland (c.1763) ; from: Speech in support of resolutions for conciliation with the American colonies (22 March 1775) ; from: Letter to a peer of Ireland (1782) ; from: Reflections on the revolution in France (1790) ; from: First letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe (1792) ; from: Letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe (1795) ; Biography/Bibliography -- Political Prose: Cromwell to O'Connell / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane, W.J. McCormack: Introduction ; from: Letters from Ireland (1649) / Oliver Cornwell (1599-1658) ; from: A disquisition ... concerning an act in England binding Ireland ... (1660) / William Domville (died 1689) ; from: His Majesty's gracious declaration for the settlement of his Kingdom of Ireland ... (1662) / Charles II (1630-85) ; from: The political anatomy of Ireland (1672; published 1691) / William Petty (1623-87) ; from: Hibernia Anglicana: or the History of Ireland ... (1691) / William King (1650-1729) ; from: An account of Denmark as it was in the year 1692 (1694) / Robert Molesworth (1656-1725) ; from: The case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament in England, Stated (1698) / William Molyneux (1656-98) ; from: The penal laws; William Kin ; Letter to the Revd Edward Nicolson ; from: A brief discourse in vindictation of the antiquity of Ireland (1717) / Hugh MacCurtain (c.1680-1755) ; The 'declaratory' act (1720) ; from: The Case of the Roman Catholicks of Ireland ... (1724) / Corenelius Nary (c.1660-1738) ; from: An inquiry into the original of our ideas of beauty and virtue (4th edition 1738) / Francis Hutcheson (1694-1746) ; Letter to the Earl of Peterborough (1726) / Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) ; from: Reflections upon the present unhappy circumstances of Ireland ... (1731) ; from: The benefits which arise to a trading people from navigable rivers ... (1729) / John Browne (c.1700-62) ; from: a list of the absentees of Ireland ... (1730 edition) / Thomas Prior (1682-1751) ; from: The farmer's letters to the protestants of Ireland (1745) / Henry Brooke (c.1703-83) ; from: A second address to the free citizens and free-holders of the city of Dublin (3rd edition 1748) / Charles Lucas (1713-71) ; from: The querist (1753) / George Berkeley (1685-1753) ; from: Dissertations on the antient history of Ireland (1753) / Charles O'Conor (1710-91) ; from: The tryal and cause of the Roman Catholics ... (1761) / Henry Brooke ; from: The freeman's journal (vol. I, September 1763) ; from: An argument in support of the right of the poor in the kingdom of Ireland to a national provision (1768) / Richard Woodward (1726-94) ; from: A compleat collection of the resolutions of the volunteers, Grand Juries etc. of Ireland ... (1782) / Charles H. Wilson (1757-1808) ; from: Speech in the Irish parliament, 16 April 1782 / Henry Grattan (1746-1820) ; from: Renunciation speech (1782) / Henry Flood (1732-91) ; from: An argument on behalf of the Catholics of Ireland ... (1791) / Theobald Wolfe Tone (1763-98) ; from: Speech in favour of Archibald Hamilton Rowan (1794) / John Philpot Curran (1750-1817) ; 'Speech from the Dock' (1803) / Robert Emmet (1778-1803) ; Petition to parliament (1813) / The Catholic Board ; Speech in defence of William Magee, editor of the Dublin Evening Post (1813) / Daniel O'Connell (1775-1847) ; from: 'A speech made in cork' (1825) / Richard Lalor Sheil (1791-1851) ; Biographies/Bibliographies -- The shifting perspective (1690-1830) / Andrew Carpenter; Seamus Deane: Introduction; from: de extistentia dei et humanae Mentis Immortalite ... (Of the existence of God and the immorality of the human mind ...) (1692) / Michael Moore (1640-1726) ; from: Of the bogs and loughs of Ireland (1685) / William King (1650-1729) ; from: A critical history of the Celtic religion, and learning ... (1718, published 1726) / John Toland (1670-1722) ; from: Dissertation ... prefix'd to the memoirs of the Marquis of Clanricarde (1722) / Thomas O'Sullevane (c.1670-c.1726) ; from: The antient and present state of the county of Kerry (1756) / Charles Smith (c.1715-62) ; from: The life of Turlough O'Carolan (1786) ; From: An historical essary on the Irish stage (1788) / Joseph Cooper Walker (1761-1810) ; from: Reliques of Irish poetry (1789) / Charlotte Brooke (c. 1740-93) ; from: A general collection of the ancient Irish music ... (1796) / Edward Bunting (1773-1843) ; from: An account of some of God's providences to the Archbishop of Tuam ... (1689-91) / John Vesey (1636-1716) ; Letter to Bishop William King (1691) / Nahum Tate (1652-1715) ; from: 'On salvation ... ' A sermon (1680s) / Anthony Dopping (1643-97) ; from: The dubline scuffle (1699) / John Dunton (1659-1733) ; from: Two letters to Charles Wogan (1732, 1735) / Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) ; from: Memoirs (1748) / Laetitia Pilkington (c.1707-50) ; Letter to Mrs Ann Granville (1731) / Mary Delany (1700-88) ; from: The Catechims, or Christian doctrine ... (1742) / Andrew Donlevy (c.1694-c.1761) ; from: A philosophical survey of the south of Ireland ... (1778) / Thomas Campbell (1733-95) ; from: A Frenchman's walk through Ireland (1797) / Le Chevalier de la Tocnaye (c. 1767?) ; from: Personal sketches of his own times (1827-32) / Jonah Barrington (1760-1834) ; Biographies/Bibliographies -- Mary Edgeworth (1768-1849) / W.J. McCormack: Introduction ; from: Castle Rackrent (1800) ; from: An essay on Irish bulls (1802) ; from: The absentee (1812) ; Letter to Michael Pakenham Edgeworth (1834) ; Biography/ Bibliography -- Thomas Moore (1779-1852) / Seamus Deane: Introduction ; from: Intolerance, a satire (1808) ; from: Irish melodies (1808-34) ; Go where glory waits thee ; Remember the glories of Brian the brave ; Erin! The tear and the smile in thine eyes ; Oh! breathe not his name ; She is far from the land ; When he, who adores thee ; The harp that once through Tara's halls ; Rich and rare were the gems she wore ; The meeting of the waters ; How dear to me the hour ; Let Erin remember the days of old ; The song Fionnuala ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms; Erin, oh Erin ; Oh! blame not the bard ; Avenging and bright ; At the mid hour of night ; One bumper at parting ; 'Tis the last rose of summer ; The minstrel boy ; Dear harp of my country ; In the morning of life ; As slow our ship ; When cold in the earth ; Remember thee ; Whene'er I see those smiling eyes ; Sweet Innisfallen ; As vanquish'd Erin ; They know not my heart ; I wish I was by that dim Lake ; from: National Airs (1818) ; Oft, in the stilly night ; from: Songs, ballads and sacred songs (1849) ; Songs (1849) ; The dream of home ; The homeword march ; Calm be thy sleep ; The exile ; Love thee, dearest? love thee? ; My heart and lute ; 'Tis all for thee ; Oh, call it by some better name ; Biography/Bibliography -- Language, class and genre (1780-1830) / W.J. McCormack: Introduction ; from: A tour in Ireland ... (1780) / Arthur Young (1741-1820) ; from: An essay on the best means of providing employment for the people of Ireland / Samuel Crumpe (1766-96) ; Letter to Thomas Hussey (1796) / Edmund Burke (1729-97) ; from: Memoirs (1863) / Myles Byrne (1780-1862) ; Anon: Come all you warriors ; 'J.B.': The tree of liberty ; Richard Alfred Milliken (1767-1815): The groves of Blarney (1797-98) ; Leonard MacNally (1752-1820) ; The lass of Richmond Hill (1789) / Four popular songs 1789-1815 ; from: An intercepted letter from J--- T--- Esq., writer at Canton, to his friend in Dublin, Ireland (1804) ; from: A sketch of the state of Ireland, past and present (1808) / John Wilson Croker (1780-1857) ; from: Sketches of Dublin and the North of Ireland (1811, 1826) / John Gamble (c.1770-1831) ; from: Women; or, Pour et Contre (1818) / Charles Robert Maturin (1782-1824) ; from: An appeal of one half the human race, women, against the pretensions of the other half, men ... (1825) / William Thompson (c. 1785-1833) ; Seven letters (1817-43) / Daniel O'Connell (1775-1847) ; Three clergymen give evidence to a Committee of the house of commons (1825) ; from: The Anglo-Irish of the nineteenth century (1828) / John Banim (1798-1842) ; from: The collegians: a tale of Garryowen (1829) / Gerald Griffen (1803-40) ; Biographies/Bibliographies -- The intellectual revival (1830-50) / W.J. McCormack: Introduction ; A dialogue between the head and heart of an Irish protestant (1833) ; from: Hibernian nights' entertainment (1833) / Samuel Ferguson (1810-86) ; Past and present state of literature in Ireland (1837) / Isaac Butt (1813-79) ; The twenty-fourth of February (1837) / James Clarence Mangan (1803-49) ; Strange event in the life of Schalken the painter (1839) / Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-73) ; from: Jack Hinton, the Guardsman (1842) / Charles Lever (1806-72) ; from: The nation ; Unsigned editorial (1842) ; Thomas Moore (1842) ; Mr Lever's 'Irish' Novels (1843) / Charles Gavan Duffy (1816-1903) ; Our periodical literature ; The young irishman of the middle classes (1848) / Thomas Davis (1814-45) ; Dreadful loss of life in the Catholic Chapel, Galway (1842) ; The memory of the dead / John Kells Ingram (1823-1907) ; Irish ; Lecture on the Irish language ; A catholic literature for Ireland / James Duffy (1808-71) ; Biographies/Bibliographies -- Index of first lines of poems -- General index to Volume I."@en ;
    schema:description "Poetry 1890-1930 / Seamus Deane -- Introduction -- Mise raifteri ; I am raftery ; Cill liadain ; Killeaden, or county mayo ; Maire ni eidhin ; Mary Hynes, or The posy bright / Antoine Raftery (c.1784-1835) -- from: Bards of the Gael and Gaill (1907) ; Niall's dirge ; The ruined nest ; The visit of death ; A compliment ; Fand's farewell to Cuchulainn / George Sigerson (1836-1925) -- from: Fand and other poems (1892) ; The nameless doon ; Consolation / William Larminie (c.1849-1900) -- from: The ballad of reading gaol (1898) ; from: The poems of Oscar Wilde (1903) ; Requiescat ; impressions I. Les silhouettes ; II. La fuite de la lune (The flight of the moon) ; The harlot's house (1904) / Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) -- from: Sea Sray: verses and translation (1909) ; The dead at clonmacnois / Thomas William Rolleston (1857-1920) -- from: Aids to the immortality of certain persons in Ireland: charitably administered (1908) ; The Irish council bill, 1907 ; Ode to the British Empire ; George Moore becomes the priest of Aphrodite / Susan Mitchell (1866-1926) -- from: Collected poems (1913) ; Faith ; Three counsellors ; Symbolism ; Immortality ; In connemara ; Truth ; The twilight of earth ; On behalf of some Irishmen not followers of tradition ; from: Vale and other poems (1931) ; A prisoer (Brixton, September 1920) / George Russell (AE) (1867-1935) -- from: Poems (1895) ; Mystic and cavalier ; The dark angel ; By the statue of King Charles at Charing Cross ; from: Ireland, and other poems (1897) ; Ninety-eight ; Parnell / Lionel Johnson (1867-1902) -- from: Poems and translations (1909) ; Prelude ; To the oaks of Glencree ; A question ; Winter ; The curse ; From poems (1962) ; Abroad ; In dream ; In a dream / John Millington Synge (1871-1909) -- from: An offering of swans (1923) ; To the liffey with the swans ; from: Wild apples (1928) ; The crab tree ; Per iter tenebricosum ; from: others to Adorn (1938) ; Ringsend ; Verse / Oliver St John Gogarty (1878-1957) -- from: Songs of myself (1910) ; In absence ; After a year ; In an island ; Two songs from the Irish ; from: Lyrical poems (1913) ; The night hunt ; Wishes for my son ; The yellow bittern / Thomas MacDonagh (1878-1916) -- from: Verses sacred and profane (1908) ; Glasvnevin, 9 October, 1904 ; from: The earth-lover and other poems (1909) ; Poems (1909) ; The land war (Prelude) ; In mercer street ; from: Collected poems (1940) ; Dublin (1916) / Seuman O'Sullivan (1879-1958) -- from: collected works of Padraic H. Pearse: plays, poems and stories (1917) ; The fool ; The mother ; Christmas 1915 ; The wayfarer ; To my brother ; Why do ye torture me? ; Long to me thy coming ; A rann I made ; Christ's coming / Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) -- from: The rushlight (1906) ; Who buys land ; I will go with my father a-ploughing ; O beautiful dark woman ; The shrine ; from: The gilly of Christ (1907) ; When rooks fly homeward ; I am the gilly of Christ ; As I came over the grey, grey hills ; from: The mountainy singer (1909) ; I am the mountainy singer (a) ; I am the mountainy singer (b) ; from: Irishy (1913) ; The gombeen ; The old age pensioner / Joseph Campbell (1879-1944) -- from: The poet's circuits (1960) ; Across the door ; Cradle song ; Woman by the hearth ; Old woman of the roads ; Poor scholar ; from: Wild earth and other poems (1917) ; She moved through the fair drover ; I shall not die for thee / Padraic Colum (1881-1972) -- from: The hill of vision (1912) ; Light-O'-Love ; from: Songs from the Clay (1915) ; The ancient elf ; from: Collected poems (1954) ; The snare ; A glass of beer ; I am writer / James Stephens (1882-1950) -- from: Chamber music (1907) ; I ; III ; XXXIV ; XXXV ; from: Pomes Penyeach (1927) ; Tilly ; A flower given to my daughter ; She weeps over Rahoon ; from: Collected poems (1936) ; Flood! ; Nightpiece / James Joyce (1882-1941) -- Ecce puer -- The holy office (1904) -- Gas from a burner (1912) -- from: Songs of the fields (1916) ; June ; from: Songs of peace (1917) ; A twilight in middle March ; Lament for Thomas MacDonagh ; The shadow people ; The herons ; from: The complete poems of Francis Ledwidge (1974) ; At lisnaskea ; Derry ; The sad queen ; A dream / Francis Ludwidge (1887-1917) -- from: The dark breed (1927) ; The dark breed ; Heresy ; The fair of maam ; The little clan ; Rain ; A sheiling of the music ; from: The gap of brightness (1940) ; Song for the clatter-bones ; Chinese winter ; Father and son ; O you among women / Frederick Robert Higgins (1896-1941) -- Biographies/Bibliographies."@en ;
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(1617) / Fynes Moryson (1566-1630) ; from: Historiae Catholicae Hiberniae compendium (Chapters towards a Catholic history of Ireland) (1621) / Philip O'Sullivan-Beare (c. 1590-c.1660) ; from: A discourse of the religion anciently professed by the Irish and British (1631) / James Ussher (1581-1656) ; from: Translation of the Annals of Clonmacnoise (1627) / Conall Mac Geoghegan (fl. 1620-40) ; from: Foras Feasa ar Eirinn (A basis of knowledge about Ireland) (c.1634) / Geoffrey Keating (c.1580-c.1650) ; from: Annals Rioghachta Eireann (The annals of the kingdom of Ireland, or the annals of the four masters) (c.1636) / Micheal O Cleirigh (1575-1643) and others ; from: Acta Sanctorum ... Hiberniae ... (The deeds of the Saints of Ireland) (1645) / John Colgan (c.1592-1658) ; from: Annales Ordinis Minorum ... (Annals of the Friars Minors or Franciscans) (1625-54) / Luke Wadding (1588-1657) ; from: De Hibernia et Antiquitatibus Ejus ... Disquisitiones ... (Inquiries concerning Ireland and its antiquities, tr. Robert Ware, 1705) (1654) ; from: Cambrensis Eversus ... (Or refutation of the authority of Giraldus Cambrensis on the history of Ireland ...) (1662) / John Lynch (c.1599-c.1673) ; from: Ogygia; or, a chronological account of Irish Events (1685) / Roderic O'Flaherty (1629-1718) ; Biographies/Bibliographies -- Literature in Irish 1600-1800 / Alan Harrison ; Introduction ; from: The Winter campaign / Eochaidh O hEodhasa (c. 1565-1613) ; from: The deserted land / Aindrias Mac Marcais (fl. 1610) ; from: A friend's consolation / Bonaventura O hEdhasa (c. 1570-1614) ; from: News from Ireland / Seathrun Ceitinn (c.1580-c.1650) ; from: The emigrant's love for Ireland the marigold ; from: Maire's death / Padraigin Haicead O.P. 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(1720) ; The first Drapier's letter (1724) ; from: Letter to Alexander Pope (1725) ; from: Travels into several remote nations of the world by Lemuel Gulliver (1726) ; A modest proposal ... (1729) ; from: Verses on the death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. 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