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  • Alghamdi, Khlwd (University College Cork, 2020-04)
    This thesis discusses US immigrant women’s narratives in terms of identity construction, adaptation to the host environment, and the resulting effects on the characters’ sense of home and belonging. The thesis also compares ...
  • Connolly, Claire (Cambridge University Press, 2020-12-01)
    Memories of Oliver Cromwell’s bloody Irish campaigns were long-lived. In the late 1930s, as part of a national project run by the Irish Folklore Commission, a school girl named Annie Morgan of Coaghill, Williamstown, County ...
  • Hofer-Robinson, Joanna (SAGE Publications, 2020-09-13)
    Stage personnel faced complex and conflicting demands in the nineteenth century to curate and cater to appetites for theatre with perceived local relevance and increasingly mobile and diverse audiences. This article argues ...
  • Connolly, Claire (Taylor & Francis, 2020-12-15)
    Often described as original or inimitable, Maria Edgeworth’s Castle Rackrent has a reputation as a one-off experiment, a type of writing not to be attempted again in the author’s own lifetime. This essay reappraises the ...
  • Whyte, Fiona (University College Cork, 2020-02-15)
    Let These Things be Written comprises an historical novel and a critical commentary on the creative process which informed it. The novel is a re-imagining of the life of St Cuthbert and is presented from the point of ...

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