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A. LITERATURE

AGNEW, Eadaoin, HUGHES, Eamonn, MAGINNIS, Caroline, & MORAN, Christina, eds., A Further Shore: Essays in Irish and Scottish Studies, AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies (Aberdeen), xi + 181.

ALCOBIA-MURPHY, Shane, ed., What Rough Beasts?: Irish and Scottish Studies in the New Millennium, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), xv + 219.

--, & MAXWELL, Margaret, eds., The Enclave of My Nation: Cross-Currents in Irish and Scottish Studies, AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies (Aberdeen), vii + 241.

ALEXANDER, Neal, 'The Carceral City and The City of Refuge: Belfast Fiction and Urban Form', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:2, pp. 28-38.

ALONSO ROMERO, Fernando, "Proyeccion de la mitologia greco-latina en la literatura irlandesa e inglesa (Edad Media): El origen de los poderes magicos de Amergin / The Influence of the Greco-Latin Mythology in the Irish and English Literature (Middle Ages): The Origin of Amergin's Magical Powers ', in Cuadernos de literatura griega y latina VI. Proyeccion de la mitologia greco-latina en las literaturas europeas / Portfolio of Greek and Latin Literature, 6. Projection of Greco-Latin Mythology in European Literatures, pp. 119-47. [In Spanish].

ALTUNA-GARCIA SALAZAR, Asier, 'Imagining the Basques, Imagining the Irish', in Carrera, pp. 373-81.

ARMSTRONG, Philip, What Animals Mean in the Fiction of Modernity, Routledge (London), vii + 256.

BALLIN, Malcolm, Irish Periodical Culture, 1937-1972: Genre in Ireland, Wales and Scotland, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke & New York), 272.

BARANIUK, Carol, '"... crazier and more of it than we think": The Ulster-Scots Contribution to Irish Literature', in Carrera, pp. 315-25.

BERGER, Dieter A., "Irishness und Komik / Irishness and Humour', in Berger, Dieter A., Englischer Humor - literarisch / English Humour in Literature, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 247-52. [In German].

BIGELOW, Gordon, Fiction, Famine, and the Rise of Economics in Victorian Britain and Ireland, CUP (Cambridge), 242.

BLEHEEN, Brendan, Intertextualitat und Stereotyp in der Reiseliteratur am Beispiel ausgewahlter Texte von deutschen Irlandreisenden / Intertextuality and Stereotypes in TravelWriting: The Example of German Travellers to Ireland, Verlag Dr. Muller (Saarbrucken), 121. [In German].

BOUMELHA, Penny, 'Regeneration: Time, Place and Gender in Fin-de-siecle Utopian Narrative,' in Nowhere is Perfect: French and Francophone Utopias/Dystopias, U of Delaware P (Newark, DE), pp. 123-38.

BOUVIER, Nicolas, Journal d'Aran et d'autres lieux: feuilles de route / Aran and Other Places: A Diary, Payot (Paris), 166. [In French].

BRACKEN, Claire, 'The Love Affairs of the Irish Feminist Critic', in Farago and Sullivan, pp. 204-19.

BRANAGAN, Martina, 'A la Conquete du Roman Historique: Entretien avec Suzanne Aubry', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:1, pp. 91-5. [In French]

BURLEIGH, David, 'Certain Ways of Looking at a Blackbird', in Journal of Irish Studies, XXIII, pp. 44-52.

CANON-ROGER, Francoise, & CHOLLIER, Christine, eds., Des genres aux textes / From genres to texts, Artois Presses Universitaires (Arras), 360. [In French]

CARRASI, Vito, II Fairy Tale nella tradizione narrativa irlandese / The Fairy Tale in the Irish Narrative Tradition, ADDA (Bari), 203 [In Italian].

CARRERA, M. J., et al., eds., The Irish Knot. Essays on Imaginary/Real Ireland, Universidad de Valladolid (Valladolid), 391. [Articles in English and Spanish].

--, 'Ireland, the Imaginary Knot', in Carrera, pp. 13-27.

CASHMAN, Ray, Storytelling on the Northern Irish Border: Characters and Community, Indiana UP (Bloomington, IN).

CIOMPI, Fausto, Mondo e dizione. La poesia in Gran Bretagna e Irlanda dal 1945 a oggi / World and Diction. Poetry in Great Britain and Ireland from 1945 to Our Times, ETS (Pisa), 2007, 589 [In Italian].

CISSELL, Mathew C., 'From the Emerald Isle to Errorland. Contesting Visions in the Irish Literary Field', in Carrera, pp. 284-90.

CLARK, David, '"The Scars of a Fractured Nation": Imagination and Reality in Popular Historical Fiction', in Carrera, pp. 57-64.

CLUTTERBUCK, Catriona, 'An Unapproved Alliance: Feminism and Form in the Irish Poetry Debate', in Quinn, Irish Poetry, pp. 45-54.

COOKE, Albert, & BAKER, Peter, eds., Forces in Modern and Postmodern Poetry, Peter Lang (Oxford and New York), 240.

COUGHLAN, Patricia, & O'TOOLE, Tina, eds., Irish Literature: Feminist Perspectives, IASIL Studies in Irish Writing Series, Carysfort Press (Dublin).

CROSSON, Sean, The Given Note: Traditional Music and Modern Irish Poetry, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), 312.

--, "Literature in Ireland', in Gray, P., & Wallis, G., eds., The Rough Guide to Ireland (Ninth Edition), pp. 716-31.

CUNNINGHAM, Bernadette, 'John O'Donovan's Edition of the Annals of the Four Masters: An Irish Classic?' in Hulle, Dirk van & Leerssen, Joep, Editing the Nation's Memory: Textual Scholarship and Nation-Building in Nineteenth-Century Europe, Rodopi (Amsterdam), pp. 129-49.

DELANEY, Paul, 'A Discourse on Nomadism: Travellers and Irish Writing', in Farago and Sullivan, pp. 232-43.

DEMARCHE, Jean-Pierre, & POUVELLE, eds., Jean, Guide des litteratures d'Irlande et du Commonwealth desorigines a nos jours / A Guide to the Literatures of Ireland and the Commonwealth, From the Origins to the Present Day, Ellipses (Paris), 294. [In French].

DETTORI, Michela, 'Images of Children and Adolescents in the Poetry of the Northern Irish Conflict', in Alcobia Murphy & Maxwell, pp. 93-101.

DIBIASIO, Becky, 'The British and Irish Ghost Story and Tale of the Supernaturah 18801945', in Malcolm, C.A. & D., pp. 81-95.

DOLMANYOS, Peter, 'Beyond Division: The West in Contemporary Irish Poetry', in Eger Journal of English Studies, 8, pp. 41-50; online version: <http://anglisztika.ektf.hu/ne w/content/tudomany/ejes/ej esdokumentumok/2008 / Dolm anyos_2008.pdf.

DOUGLAS, Aileen, 'Dublin in Fiction of the Later Eighteenth Century', in O'Brien, Gillian & O'Kane, Finola, eds., Georgian Dublin, Four Courts Press (Dublin), pp. 135-44.

DUBOST, Thierry, & LOBO, Anne-Catherine, Regards sur l'intime en Irlande / Ireland: Exploring Intimacy, Presses Universitaires de Caen (Caen), 243. [In French].

ESCOUBE, Lucienne, Contes irlandais / Irish Tales, Terre de Brume (Rennes), 173. [In French].

FALIGOT, Roger, Les Mysteres d'Irlande / Ireland's Mysteries, Yoran Embanner (Fouesnant, Finistere], 332. [In French].

FARAGO, Borbala, & SULLIVAN, Moynagh, eds., Facing the Other: Interdisciplinary Studies in Race, Gender and Social Justice in Ireland, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), ix + 282.

FERGUSON, Frank, ed., UlsterScots Writing, An Anthology, Four Courts Press (Dublin).

FERNANDEZ SANCHEZ, Jose Francisco, 'Irish Studies in Spain-2007' (Review Essay), in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 166-84. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

FOSTER, John Wilson, Irish Novels: 1890-1940, OUP (Oxford), 520.

GONZALEZ ARIAS, Luz Mar, 'Intertextualidad clasica en la poesia irlandesa de autoria femenina: 1980-2007 / Classical Intertextuality in Irish Poetry Written by Women: 1980-2007', in Palacios Gonzalez & Gonzalez Fernandez, pp. 7595. [In Spanish].

GRUBICA, Irena "Subverzivna moc provincije kao <<brisanog prostora duha>>: primjeri iz hrvatske i irske knjizevnosti / The Subversive Power of Province as "a Fire-Swept Zone of Mind': Examples from Croatian and Irish Literatures', in Biletiae, Boris, ed., Esej danes :zbornik Pulskih dana eseja : 2003-2007/Essay today: Proceedings from Pula essay Days : 2003-2007, Istarski ogranak Drustva hrvatskih knjizevnika (Pula), pp.347-54. [In Croatian].

GUINNESS, Selina, 'The Annotated House: Feminism and Form', in Quinn, Irish Poetry, pp. 69-79.

HARRIS, Jason Marc, Folklore and the Fantastic in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction, Ashgate (Aldershot), ix + 235.

HUBBARD, Tom, 'Antidotes', Rev. of Sydney Bernard Smith, Poems 1957-2006, & Francis Harvey, Collected Poems, in Poetry Ireland Review, No. 92 (December 2007), pp. 78-81.

--, 'Moving upon Silence', Rev. of Enda Coyle-Greene, Snow Negatives, Fred Johnston, The Oracle Room, & Mark Roper, Even So: New and Selected Poems, in Poetry Ireland Review, No. 96 (December), pp. 83-5.

--, 'Pangur Zen', Rev. of Irene De Angelis & Joseph Woods, eds, Our Shared Japan: An Anthology of Contemporary Irish Poetry, in Poetry Ireland Review No. 94 (July), pp. 94-5.

--, 'Skulls and Stoaters', Rev. of Joan Newmann, Prone, Mairtin Crawford, Selected Poems, and Alan Gillis, Hawks and Doves, in Poetry Ireland Review, No. 93 (March), pp. 90-3.

IRELAND AND LATIN AMERICA: TOWARDS NEW PERSPECTIVES. THE SECOND SYMPOSIUM OF IRISH STUDIES IN SOUTH AMERICA. CD- ROM, ISBN 978-950-863-096-4. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

IZARRA, Laura P. Z., & BASTOS, Beatriz Kopschitz X., eds., A New Ireland in Brazil Festschrift in Honour of Munira Hamud Mutran, Humanitas (Sao Paulo), 569.

JAOUEN, Herve, L'Adieu au Connemara / Good Bye to Connemara, Libra diffusio (Le Mans), 411. [In French].

--, Suite irlandaise: 2000-2007 / Irish Miscellany: 2000-2007, Presses de ka cite (Paris), 320. [In French].

JARNIEWICZ, J., 'In the shadow of a foreign tongue: Contemporary Irish poets writing in English', in Beyond Philology, No. 4, 2007, pp. 65-76.

KELLEHER, Margaret, 'Cultural Interconnections and Irish Literary History', in Izarra & Bastos, pp. 439-56.

KELLY, Aaron, Twentieth-Century Irish Literature, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke), 224.

KENNEDY-ANDREWS, Elmer, Writing Home: Poetry and Place in Northern Ireland, 1968-2008, Brewer (Cambridge), xii + 306.

KOSOK, Heinz, Explorations in Irish Literature, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), 280.

--, 'The Four Faces of Nineteenth-Century Irish Poetry', in Kosok, pp. 103-18.

--, "Forerunners of the Modern Short-Story in Nineteenth-Century Ireland', in Kosok, pp. 119-36.

--, 'Discovering an Alternative Culture: The Travel-Book Pattern in the Nineteenth-Century Irish Novel', in Kosok, pp. 137-52.

--, 'Irish Literature: The Oldest of the "New Literatures in English'?', in Kosok, pp. 257-70.

LANTERS, Jose, The 'Tinkers" in Irish Literature: Unsettled Subjects and the Construction of Difference, Irish Academic Press (Dublin).

LIDDY, James, 'Cards of Gratitude,' in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:2, pp. 9-14.

LOIZEAUX, Elizabeth Bergmann, Twentieth-Century Poetry and the Visual Arts, CUP (Cambridge), xii + 261.

LOJO RODRIGUEZ, Laura Ma, "Corporeidad y Lenguaje en la Poesia Irlandesa Actual / Corporeity and Language in Present-Day Irish Poetry', in Palacios Gonzalez, & Gonzalez Fernandez, pp. 49-63. [In Spanish].

LONERGAN, Patrick, 'Irish Short Fiction: 1880-1945', in Malcolm, C.A. & D., pp. 51-64.

LYONS, Paddy, & O'MALLEY-YOUNGER, Alison, eds., No Country for Old Men: Fresh Perspectives on Irish Literature, Peter Lang (Oxford & New York), 289.

McCARTHY, Jeffrey Mathes, 'Why Climbing Matters', in Isle: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, 15:2, pp. 157-74.

McDONALD, Peter, 'The Touch of a Blind Man: Origins and "Hermeneutics" in Poetry', in Quinn, Irish Poetry, pp. 35-44.

McDOWELL, Sara, 'Commemorating Dead "Men": Gendering the Past and Present in Post-Conflict Northern Ireland', in Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 15:4, pp. 335-54.

McGARRITY, Maria, Washed by the Gulf Stream: The Historic and Geographic Relation of Irish and Caribbean Literature, U of Delaware Press (Newark).

McGLYNN, Mary M., Narratives of Class in New Irish and Scottish Literature, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke), 248.

McGOWAN, Mark, 'Famine, Facts and Fabrication: An Examination of Diaries from the Irish Famine Migration to Canada', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:2, pp. 48-55.

MACGUIRE, Matt, 'Northern Irish Poetry in the Twenty-First Century', in Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 87-101.

MAGENNIS, Caroline, 'Sexual Dissidents and Queer Space in Northern Irish Fiction', in Lyons and O'Malley-Younger, pp. 177-91.

MAHER, Eamon, et al., eds., Modernity and Postmodernity in a Franco-Irish Context, Lang (Frankfurt), 262.

MALCOLM, C.A., & D., eds., A Companion to the British and Irish Short Story, Wiley-Blackwell (Oxford), 592.

--, 'The British and Irish Short Story to 1945', in Malcolm, C.A. & D., pp. 5-16.

--, 'The British and Irish Short Story: 1945-Present', in Malcolm, C.A. & D., pp. 249-60.

MARKEY, Anne, & ROSS, Ian Campbell, 'From Clonmel to Peru: Barbarism and Civility in Vertue Rewarded; or, The Irish Princess', in IUR, 38:2, pp.179-202.

MAYR, Andrea, The Aran Islands in Anglo-Irish and Irish Literature: A Literary History and Selected Studies, Lang (Frankfurt), 225.

MEECHAM-JONES, Simon, 'Romance Society and Its Discontents: Romance Motifs and Romance Consequences in The Song of Dermot and the Normans in Ireland', in Cartlidge, Neil, ed., Boundaries in Medieval Romance, Brewer (Cambridge), pp. 71-91.

MURPHY, Maureen, 'Pangur's Progeny: The Cat in Irish Literature', in Izarra & Bastos, pp. 421-38.

MURPHY, Paula, The Shattered Mirror: Irish Literature and Film: 1990-2005, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), xxviii +195.

MUTRAN, Munira H., 'Myth: Adequate Language to Interpret Ireland', in Carrera, pp. 175-85.

NEUMANN, Imke, The Past Is No Foreign Country: Der neuviktorianische Roman in Grossbritannien und Irland / The Neo-Victorian Novel in Great Britain and Ireland, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), 316. [In German].

O'CONNOR, Patrick, & DUFFY, Sean, 'On the Importance of Not-Being Earnest: a dialogue with Terry Eagleton', in Irish Studies Review, 16:1, pp. 55-69.

O'MALLEY, Aidan, 'Nationalism in Exotic Clothes? Postcolonial Thinking, Gender and Translation in The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing', in Revista Ilha do Desterro (Brazil), No. 54, pp. 19-38.

PALACIOS GONZALEZ, M. & GONZALEZ FERNANDEZ, H., eds., Palabras extremas: escritoras gallegas e irlandesas de hoy / Extreme Words: PresentDay Galician and Irish Women Poets, Netbiblo (A Coruna), 159. [In Spanish].

--, "Introduccion: Escrituras desde el genero en Galicia e Irlanda / Introduction: Gender Writings in Galicia and Ireland', in Palacios Gonzalez & Gonzalez Fernandez, pp. xix-xxx. [In Spanish].

PALACIOS GONZALEZ, M., et al., 'Poetas irlandesas y gallegas contemporaneas: encuentros y desencuentros / Contemporary Irish and Galician Women Poets: Encounters and Misencounters', in Lorenzo Modia, Maria Jesus, ed., Proceedings from the 31st International AEDEAN Conference, Universidade da Coruna (A Coruna), pp. 43-54. [On CD-Rom]. [In Spanish].

PALACIOS GONZALEZ, Manuela, "La luna en el cristal. Poetas irlandesas y naturaleza / The Moon in the Glass: Irish Women Poets and Nature', in Palacios Gonzalez & Gonzalez Fernandez, pp. 15-28. [in Spanish].

--, "Poetas gallegas e irlandesas de hoy: Una encrucijada de identidades / Present-Day Galician and Irish Women Poets: A Crossroad of Identities', in Revista de erudicion y critica, 5, pp. 73-81. [in Spanish].

--, 'The Gender of Translation: Irish Poetry in Galician', in Babel: Revue Internationale de la Traduction, 54:3, pp. 268-80.

--, 'Ecofeminist Insights into Contemporary Poetry by Irish and Galician Women Writers', in Lorenzo Modia, Maria Jesus, ed., Proceedings from the 31st International AEDEAN Conference, Universidade da Coruna (A Coruna), pp. 75-84. [On CD-Rom].

PHILLIPS, Terry, 'No Man's Land: Irish Women Writers of the First World War', in Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 265-79.

PIERCE, David, ed., 'Irish Studies Round the World-2007' (Collection of Reviews), in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 185-212. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

PITTOCK, Murray, Scottish and Irish Romanticism, OUP (Oxford), 296.

QUINN, Justin, The Cambridge Introduction to Modern Irish Poetry, 1800-2000, CUP (Cambridge), 246.

--, ed., Irish Poetry After Feminista, Colin Smythe (Gerrards Cross), 107.

QUINN, Deirdre, & TIGHEMOONEY, Sharon, Essays in Irish Literary Criticism: Themes of Gender, Sexuality, and Corporeality, Edwin Mellen Press (Lewiston NJ and Lampeter).

RIQUELME, John Paul, Gothic and Modernism: Essaying Dark Literary Modernity, Johns Hopkins UP (Baltimore, MD).

SAYERS, William, 'Fusion and Fission in the Love and Lexis of Early Ireland', in Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, (Tempe, AZ), pp. 95-109.

SCHWERTER, Stephanie, 'Peacefire: Belfast between Reality and Fiction', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:2, pp. 19-27.

SEDLMAYR, Gerold, 'Sexuality, Monstrosity, and Mythology in Contemporary Irish Women's Poetry', in Byron, Glennis, & Sneddon, Andrew J., eds., The Body and the Book: Writings on Poetry and Sexuality from Antiquity to Postmodernity, Rodopi (Amsterdam), pp. 25773.

SULLIVAN, Moynagh, 'Irish Poetry after Feminista: In Search of "Male Poets", in Quinn, Irish Poetry, pp. 14-34.

TEBUTT, Susan, & FISCHER, Joachim, eds., Intercultural Connections within German and Irish Children's Literature, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), 116.

TILLINGHAST, Richard, Finding Ireland: A Poet's Explorations of Irish Literature and Culture, U of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN).

VANINSKAYA, Anna, 'The Late-Victorian Romance Revival: A Generic Excursus,' in English Literature in Transition 1880-1920, 51:1, pp. 57-79.

VILLAR ARGAIZ, Pilar, 'Between Tradition and Modernity: Twenty-First Century Ireland in Recent Work by Irish Women Poets', in Nordic Irish Studies, 7, pp. 117-34.

VOO, Gabriella, 'Centenary from a Specific Angle: Reflections on Modero Irish Literature and the Irish Spirit in the Hungarian Literary Journal Nyugat (1908-1941)', in Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies, Dept of English Literatures and Cultures, U of Pecs (Pecs), pp. 37-54.

WALSH, Christine, Postcolonial Borderlands: Orality and Irish Traveller Writing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), x + 129.

WALSHE, Eibhear, '"A Different Story to Tell': The Historical Novel in Contemporary Irish Lesbian and Gay Writing', in Farago and Sullivan, pp. 13749.

WILSON, Cheryl A, 'Politicizing Dance in Late-Victorian Women's Poetry,' in Victorian Poetry, 46:2, pp. 191-205.

WINSTON, Greg, 'New Identities: The Irish Short Story since 1945', in Malcolm, C.A. & D., pp. 263-78.

WRIGHT, Julia A., ed., Irish Literature: 1750-1900: An Anthology, Blackwell (Oxford), 632.

WULFF, Helena. 'Etnografisk fiktion: Om kvinnors liv i det nya Irland / Ethnogaphic Fiction: On Women's Lives in the New Ireland', in Kulturella Perspektiv, 4, pp.1-10. [In Swedish]

ZAMORANO LLENA, Carmen, '(Re)membering the Disembodied Verse: Constructs of Identity in Contemporary Irish Women's Poetry', in Boroch, Merete Falck, Knudsen, Eva Rask & Ross, Bruce Clunies, eds., Bodies and Voices: The ForceField of Representation and Discourse in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, Rodopi (Amsterdam), pp. 349-62.

See GENERAL STUDIES, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE: Murphy.

B. THEATRE

ANDREWS, Rachel, 'The Audience Has Left the Building', in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:35, pp. 32-8.

BRANNIGAN, John, '"Ireland, and Black!": Minstrelsy, Racism, and Black Cultural Production in 1970s Ireland', in Textual Practice, 22:2, pp. 229-48.

BYRNE, Patricia, 'Playboys, Demons, and the Last Kick of a Tiger: Irish Theater in 2007', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:3, pp. 134-43.

CARVALHO, Paulo Eduardo, "A dramaturgia irlandesa no teatro portugues: Entre renovacoes e actualizacoes / Irish theatre on the Portuguese Stage: Between Renewals and Updatings', in Sinais de Cena, No. 9, June, pp. 25-36. [In Portuguese]

--, 'Audacious Mutabilities', in Cadernos de Literatura Comparada, Viagens / Journeys, No. 18, June, pp. 23346.

DICENZO, Maria, 'Feminism, Theatre Criticism, and the Modern Drama', in South Central Review: The Journal of the South Central Modern Language Association, 25:1, pp. 36-55.

FOX, Christie, The Shifl to Performance in Late Twentieth-Century Irish Drama, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), 175.

GRENE, Nicholas, & LONERGAN, Patrick, ed, Interactions: The Dublin Theatre Festival, 1957-2007, Carysfort Press (Dublin).

GRUNERT, Andrea, 'Disparaitre derriere les masques: Ciaran Hinds, acteur / Disappearing behind Masks: Actor Ciaran Hinds', www.objectif-cinema.com, 6 p. [In French].

HARKIN, Hugh, 'Irish Antigones: Towards Tragedy Without Borders?', in IUR, 38:2, pp. 292-309.

HARRIS, Lorelei, 'A Misunderstood Medium', in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:34, pp. 22-6.

HERRERO MARTIN, Rosana, The Doing of Telling on the Irish Stage: A Study of Language Performativity in Modern and Contemporary Irish Theatre, Lang (Frankfurt), 320.

--, 'The Doing of Telling on the Irish Stage: An Introduction and Two Samples of Modern and Contemporary Story-Telling Performativity', in Lorenzo Modia, Maria Jesus, ed., Proceedings from the 31st International AEDEAN Conference, Universidade da Coruna (A Coruna), pp. 733-44. [On CD-Rom].

HUTCHINSON, Wesley, '"Un point d'interrogation qui se voudrait Ecriture": Gatti's Maze', in Etudes irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 53-64.

JORDAN, Eamonn, 'Menace and Play: Dissipating and Emerging Dramaturgies in Irish Theatre in the 1990s', in The AnaChronisT, No. 13 (2007/8), pp. 153-82.

KAO, Wei H, 'The Absurdist Theatre in the Cracks of the Irish Theatrical Canon', in Theatre Matters (Taiwan), 6, pp. 108-17. [In Chinese].

--, 'Globalization in the Irish Theatre', in Unitas (Taiwan), 290, pp. 42-7. [In Chinese].

KOSOK, Heinz, The Theatre of War: The First World War in British and Irish Drama, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke), 296.

--, 'The Battle of the Somme versus the Easter Rising: The First World War in Irish Drama', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 179-96.

--, 'Translation Adaptation--Translocation Acculturation--Appropriation: Contemporary Irish Playwrights and Continental Drama', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 239-56.

KUCH, Peter, 'Sarah Bernhardt, the Irish, et le pays de Kangaroo', in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 31-42.

LEENEY, Cathy, 'Under the Influence--Lecocq, the Body, and the Irish', Postscript by Mikel Murfi, in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 65-74.

--, 'Patrick Mason: A Director's Festival Golden Fish', in Grene & Lonergan, pp. 105-16.

LONERGAN, Patrick, ed, The Methuen Book of Modern Irish Drama, Methuen (London).

--, Theatre and Globalization: Irish Drama in the Celtic Tiger Era, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke), 264.

LUO, Lang, 'Roads of Three: The Feature of Irish Dramatic Movement of the 20th Century', in Journal of Changqing University (Social Science Edition) (China), 14:2, pp. 105-8. [In Chinese].

McGONIGLE, Lisa, 'Keeping It Reeh Hollywood and Authenticity in Two Recent Irish Plays', see A, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy, pp. 153-66.

MCKEON, Belinda, 'Notes from Underground', in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:36, pp. 40-5.

MAC REAMOINN, Seona, 'Moving between Traditions', in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:35, pp. 64-9.

MAHONY, Lisa, 'New Writing in Bite Sizes', in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:34, pp. 42-8.

MALEY, Willy, 'A Few Shakes of a Bard's Tale: Some Recent Irish Appropriations of Shakespeare', see A, LITERATURE: Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 69-85.

MOXLEY, Gina, 'Oedipus in the East Village, in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:35, pp. 50-3.

MURPHY, Paul, Hegemony and Fantasy in Irish Drama, 18991949, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke), 256.

--, "'That a Black Twisty Divil Could Be Hiding under Such Comeliness': Woman versus Woman in Early Twentieth-Century Irish Theatre', in Theatre Journal, 60:2, pp. 201-16.

PINE, Emilie, 'The Homeward Journey: The Returning Emigrant in Recent Irish Theatre', in IUR, 38:2, pp. 310-24.

--, 'Remembering and Forgetting: Memory and Legacy in Irish Theatre and Film', in Eire-Ireland, 43:1 2, pp. 222-36.

--, Rev. of Suspect Cultures: Narrative Identity and Citation in 1990s New Drama by Clare Wallace, in IUR, 38:2, pp. 450-2.

REYNOLDS, Paige, Modernism, Drama and the Audience for Irish Spectacle, CUP (Cambridge), 268.

SINGLETON, Brian, 'The Performance of Artaud in Ireland', in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 43-52.

STEINBERGER, Rebecca, Shakespeare and Twentieth-Century Irish Drama: Conceptualising Identities and Staging Boundaries, Ashgate (Farnham & Burlington, VT), 132.

TROTTER, Mary, Modern Irish Theatre, Polity Press (Cambridge), 256.

WATSON, Ariel, 'Cries of Fire: Psychotherapy in Contemporary British and Irish Drama', in Modern Drama, 51:2, pp. 188-210.

C. LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

ARCHBOLD, Johanna, 'Periodical Reactions: The Effect of the 1798 Rebellion and the Act of Union on the Irish Monthly Periodical', in Hinks, John, & Armstrong, Catherine, eds., Book Trade Connections from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Centuries, Oak Knoll; British Library (London), pp. 135-59.

BENNET-KASTOR, Tina, 'Code-Mixing in Biliterate and Multiliterate Irish Literary Texts', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 29-41. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.or.g>.

BONACKER, Thorsten, ed., Sozialtheorien im Vergleich: Der Nordirlandkonflikt als Anwendungsfall / Social Theories in Comparison: A Case Study of the Conflict in Northern Ireland, Verlag fur Sozialwissenschaften (Wiesbaden), 250. [In German].

BOYLE, Michael, & HEANEY, Olivia, 'Profiles of Irish Newfoundlanders', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:2, pp. 63-9.

BREEZE, Andrew, 'Art "Direction" in St. Erkenwald', in Notes and Queries, 55:3, p. 273.

BUSTEED, Mervyn, NEAL, Frank, & TONGE, Jonathan, eds., Irish Protestant Identities, Manchester UP (Manchester), xviii + 389.

BYRNE, James P., KIRWAN, Padraig, & O'SULLIVAN, Michael, Affecting Irishness: Negotiating Cultural Identity Within and Beyond the Nation, Peter Lang (New York).

CARVILLE, Conor, '"Keeping That Wound Green': Irish Studies and Traumaculture', see A, LITERATURE: Alcobia Murphy, pp. 45-71.

COHN, Bernard S, 'The Command of Language and the Language of Command', in Burke III, Edmund & Prochaska, David, eds., Genealogies of Orientalism: History, Theory, Politics, U of Nebraska P (Lincoln, NE), pp. 102-53.

CONSIDERE-CHARON, Marie-Claire, LAPLACE, Philippe, & SAVARIC, Michel, eds., The Irish Celebrating: Festive and Tragic Overtones, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), 339.

CULLEN, Emily, 'Functions of the Harper Bard Trope and Icon in Constructions of Irish and Scottish Identity', see A, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy & Maxwell, pp. 75-92.

CUNNINGHAM, Una, 'Acoustic Variability in the Production of English Vowels by Native and Non-Native Speakers', in Waniek-Klimczak, Eva, ed., Issues in Accents of English, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), pp. 1-16.

--, 'Vowel Quality and Quantity in the English Spoken in Rural Southwest Tyrone', in Nordic Irish Studies, 7, pp. 41-55.

DELANEY, Paul, 'A Discourse on Nomadism: Travellers and Irish writing', see A, LITERATURE: Farago & Sullivan, pp. 232-43.

DE NIE, Michael, 'Ulster Will Fight? The British Press and Ulster, 1885-1886', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:3, pp. 18-38.

DOMAN, Stephen, 'Public Skaith or Well Feigned Sorrow?: The Habbie Elegy in Ireland and Scotland', see A, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy, pp. 72-88.

DUNCAN, John, Bonfires, Steidl (Gottingen), 72.

DURKIN-MEISTERERNST, Desmond, Neuirisches Lesebuch: Texte aus Cois Fharraige und von den Blasket Inseln /A Modern Irish Reader: Texts from Cois Fharraige and from the Blasket Islands, Reichert (Wiesbaden), 375. [Bilingual edition. Partly in German].

DWAN, David, The Great Community: Culture and Nationalism in Ireland, Field Day, (Dublin).

FAMCHON, Isabelle, "Traduire les fracas du monde: voyage dans les diversites de l'anglais / Translating the World's Din: A Journey through the Diversity of English', in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 113-23. [In French]

FARQUHARSON, Danine, 'Introduction: How Irish is Newfoundland?', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:2, pp. 10-11.

FERNALD, Anne E, 'The Domestic Side of Modernism', in MFS: Modern Fiction Studies, 54:4, pp. 827-36.

FILARDO LLAMAS, Laura, 'The Journey to Peace. Metaphorical Representations of Post-Agreement Northern Ireland', see A, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 243-51.

FILPPULA, Markku, 'Irish English: Morphology and Syntax', in Kortmann & Upton, pp. 328-59.

GILLES, Alison, & GILLES, Sealy, 'An Irishwoman in China', in Studies in Travel Writing, 12:3, pp. 241-63.

GILLESPIE, Michael Patrick, "The Odyssey of Adam and Pauh A Twenty-First-Century Irish Film,' in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:1, pp. 41-53.

GILLIAN, Chris, 'Real/Imagined Children. Images of Children in the Northern Ireland Peace Process', see A, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 111-35.

GING, Debbie, 'Goldfish Memories? On Seeing and Hearing Marginalised Identities in Contemporary Irish Cinema', see A, LITERATURE: Farago & Sullivan, pp. 182-203.

GONZALEZ, Rosa, 'Revisioning Ireland's Recent Past: Just Setting the Record Straight', see A, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 99-110.

GROSSKOPF, Heinz, Irland in vergangener Gegenwart / Ireland in the Past Present, Facultas (Wien), 74. [In German].

GRUNERT, Andrea, 'Figures of Otherness: Images of Irish Travellers in Into the West and Traveller', see A, LITERATURE: Farago & Sullivan, pp. 150-61.

HAGAN, Linda M., 'The Real Ireland. Myths and Realities in a Re-imagining of Irishness within the Ulster-Scots Contribution to Social and Political Discourse', see A, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 307-25.

HERNANDEZ BARTOLOME, Ana I. & PARRADO ROMAN, Isabel, 'Translating Irish Culture: How Real and Imaginary Celtic Ireland is Rendered into the Ulster Cycle Stories', see A, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 213-20.

HERRMANN, Gunhild, Sport als Ausgangspunkt fur "Community': Organisation am Beispiel des irischen GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association), einer nationalen Institution / Sports as a Source of "Community': The Example of the Irish GAA, Diss. Univ. Frankfurt (Main), 190 + CD-ROM. [In German].

HICKEY, Raymond, '"What strikes the Ear': Thomas Sheridan and Regional Pronunciation', in Fitzmaurice, Susan M., & Minkova, Donka, eds., Studies in the History of the English Language IV: Empirical and Analytical Advances in the Study of English Language Change, de Gruyter (Berlin), pp. 385-411.

--, 'Irish English: Phonology', in Kortmann & Upton, pp. 71-104.

HOLOHAN, Conn, 'Interview with Lenny Abrahamson', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 161-5. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

INNES, Lyn, Ned Kelly: Icon of Modern Culture, Helm Information Ltd. (Hastings), 288.

KAO, Wei H, 'Irish Pride and Disgrace in Recent Films: Ken Loach and Paul Greengrass', in Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, 387:97, pp. 333-42.

KAVANAGH, Robin J., 'Stereo-Typed to Stereotype: Illustrations, "The Most Influential Novelty" of the Nineteenth-Century Press', see A, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 147-60.

KENNEALLY, Rhona, 'Replicating the Authentic Irish Cottage: The Quiet Manas Text/Film/Museum', see A, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 457-72.

KORTMANN, Bernd, & UPTON, Clive, eds., Varieties of English 1: The British Isles, Mouton de Gruyter (Berlin, New York), 512 + CD-ROM.

KOSOK, Heinz, 'Thomas Crofton Croker's Fairy Legends: A Revaluation', see A, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 7590.

LAVALLE, Luci Collin, 'Translating Irish Authors into Portuguese: Cultural Implications', see A, LITERATURE: IRELAND AND LATIN AMERICA.

LENNON, Joseph, Irish Orientalism A Literary and Intellectual History, Syracuse UP (Syracuse NY).

LYNCH, Paul, "Ego Patricius, pecator rusticissimus": The Rhetoric of St. Patrick of Ireland,' in Rhetoric Review, 27:2, pp. 111-30.

LYSAGHT, Charles, ed., The "Times': Great Irish Lives, an Era in Obituaries, Times Books (London), 320.

McKIBBEN, Sarah E, 'Speaking the Unspeakable: Male Humiliation and Female National Allegory after Kinsale', in Eire-Ireland, 43:3-4, pp. 11-30.

MACKLEY, J. S., The Legend of St Brendan: A Comparative Study of the Latin and Anglo-Norman Versions, Brill (Leiden) 350.

MAHER, Eamon, 'Island Culture: The Role of the Blasket Autobiographies in the Preservation of a Traditional Way of Life', Studies, 97:387 (Autumn), pp. 263-74.

MERCHANT, John A, The Impact of Irish-Ireland on Young Poland, 1890-1919, East European Monographs, Columbia UP.

MOYNIHAN, Sinead, 'Stand(ing) Up for the Immigrants: The Work of Comedian Des Bishop', in Irish Studies Review, 16:4, pp. 403-13.

MURPHY, John, 'Horslips in Irish Musical and Literary Culture', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 132-42. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

MURPHY, Paula, "Louis le Brocquy's Philosophical Navigatio', in JOFIS: Journal of Franco-Irish Studies, No. 1, (Autumn), pp. 25-37.

MURRAY, Ciaran, 'Art for Art's Sake: Japan and England', in Eigo-Eibei-Bungaku, 48, pp. 65-72.

O'CONNELL, E, & WALSH, J., 'Fotheidealu agus Dubail: Aistriuchan agus Teilifis Ghaeilge', in Dillon, C. & Ni Fhrighil, R., eds, Aistriu Eireann: Gneithe de Chultur an Aistriuchain Liteartha in Eirinn, Queens University Press (Belfast), pp 97-107.

--, & DENVIR, G., eds, TG4@10: DeichmBliana de TG4 /Ten Years of TG4, Indreabhan/, Conamara: Clo Iar-Chonnachta.

O'CONNOR, Sarah, & SHEPARD, Christopher C. eds., Women, Social and Cultural Change, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), 200.

O hALLMHURAIN, Gearoid, 'Soundscape of The Wintermen: Irish Traditional Music in Newfoundland Revisited', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:2, pp. 33-46.

O'LEARY, Daniel, 'Irish-Canadian Identity, Imperial Nationalism: Irish Book History and Print Culture in Victorian Quebec', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:1, pp. 61-6.

O'SHEA, Helen, '"Good Man, Mary!" Women Musicians and the Fraternity of Irish Traditional Music', in Journal of Gender Studies, 17:1, pp. 55-70.

PABLOS, Maria Helena Jaime de, Review of Post-Colonial and Gender Perspectives in Irish Studies', ed. by Marisol Morales Ladron, in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 157-60.

RACKOVA, Patricia, 'Wild, Dismal and Genteel: Ossianic Cycle Heritage in the Irish Republican Brotherhood', in Grmelova, Anna, et al., eds., Plurality and Diversity in English Studies, Faculty of Education, Charles University (Prague), pp. 114-21.

ROSENDE PEREZ, Aida, "La narracion cinematografica como re/escritura de la historia: Las Hermanas de la Magdalena y la memoria silenciada de las mujeres irlandesas / Cinematographic Narrative as a Re/writing of History: The Magdalene Sisters and the Silenced Memory of Irish Women', in Becerra, Carmen et al., eds., Lecturas: Imagenes, 5, Cine y Memoria, (2007), Academia del Hispanismo (Vigo), pp. 135-46. [In Spanish].

--, 'La iconografia femenina de Irlanda. Creacion y re/construccion de una nacion en femenino / The Feminine Iconography of Ireland. Creation and Re/construction of a Nation in Feminine', in Lectora. Revista de Mujeres y Textualidad, 14, pp. 251-68. [In Spanish]

SAMEK, Daniel, 'Svet tento a svet jiny (Okrsek zemsky a nadpozemskli v gaelske tradici stareho Irska) / This World and the Other (The Earthly and Unearthly Realms in the Gaelic Tradition of Old Ireland)', in Stary, Jioi & Fischerova, Sylva, eds., Mytus a geografie: Svet, prostor a jejich chapani ve starsich i novijsich kulturach, Herrmann a synove (Praha), pp. 177-95. [In Czech].

--, ed. Praha--Dublin (documents and articles relating to Czech-Irish cultural and literary relations 19001950), in Souvislosti 19:3, pp. 123-70. [In Czech].

SCHWERTER, Stephanie, '"Giving a Sense of History": Brecht, Rimbaud and Akhmatova in a Northern Irish Context', in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 39-54.

SIEMUND, Peter, & PIETSCH, Lukas, 'Contact-Induced Change and Linguistic Universals: The Case of Irish English', in Stierstorfer, Klaus, ed., Anglistentag 2007 Munster: Proceedings, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 369-81.

SMYTH, Gerry, 'Paddy Sad and Paddy Mad: Music and the Condition of Irishness' in Considere-Charon, et al., in The Irish Celebrating, pp. 58-70.

--, & CAMPBELL, Sean, 'From Shellshock Rock to Ceasefire Sounds: Popular Music in Northern Ireland', in Coulter, Colin, & Murray, Michael, eds., Northern Ireland after the Troubles: A Society in Transition, Manchester UP (Manchester), pp. 232-52.

SMYTH, Marina, 'The Body, Death, and Resurrection: Perspectives of an Early Irish Theologian', in SPECULUM: A Journal of Medieval Studies, 83:3, pp. 531-71.

STEFANELLI, Maria Anita, "Da O'Neill a O'Neill'/ From O'Neill to O'Neill', in Giorcelli, Cristina & Cattarulla, Camilla, eds., Lo Sguardo esiliato. Cultura europea e cultura americana fra delocalizzazione e radicamento, Loffredo (Roma), pp. 449-63 [In Italian].

STERZENBACH, Christopher, Die deutsch-irischen Beziehungen wahrend der Weimarer Republik, 1918-1933: Politik, Wirtschaft, Kultur / German-Irish Relations During the Weimar Republic, 1918-1933: Politics, Economy, Culture, Lit (Berlin), 512. [In German].

STONEMAN, Rod, 'Ireland/Cinema and Reality/Illusion', see A, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 87-98.

TRACY, Tony, ed., 'Irish Film and Television-2006' (Collection of Reviews), in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 2, pp. 185-212. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

TUOHY, David, & O hAODHA, Micheal, Postcolonial Artist: Johnny Doran and the Irish Traveller Tradition, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), 105.

VILLAR-ARGAIZ, Pillar, Rev. of Analisis de genero en los estudios irlandeses / Gender analysis in Irish Studies, by Maria Helena Jaime de Pablos, in ABEI Journal, No. 10, pp. 151-6.

ZARKA, Zsuzsanna, "Through an Anglo-Irish Lens: The Dublin University Magazine's (1833-1877) Perception of Hungary', in Focus. Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies, Dept of English Literatures and Cultures, U of Pecs (Pecs), pp. 22-36.

D. IRISH-RELATED WORK BY NON-IRISH WRITERS

BATES, Robin E, Shakespeare and the Cultural Colonization of Ireland, Routledge (New York).

BOURKE, Eoin, 'Warum kam Margit Schreiner ausgerechnet in Irland so gut an? / Why was Margit Schreiner especially Popular in Ireland?', in Die Rampe, 3, pp. 68-71. [In German].

EBEST, Sally Barr, & Mc INERNEY, Kathleen H., eds, Too Smart to Be Sentimental: Contemporary Irish American Women Writers, University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN).

ELGUE-MARTINI, Cristina, "Finnegans Wake in Ricardo Piglia's La ciudad ausente', in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 67-76.

FEENEY, Joseph J., The Playfulness of Gerald Manley Hopkins, Ashgate (Aldershot), xx + 206.

FISCHER, Joachim, 'Knowing Your Grass from Your Elbow: Parameters of the Reception of Gunter Grass in Ireland', in Kesting, Hanjo, ed., Die Medien und Gunter Grass /Gunter Grass and the Media, SH (Cologne), pp. 91-104.

FRANK, Cathrine O, 'Trial Separations: Divorce, Disestablishment, and Home Rule in Phineas Redux', in College Literature, 35:3, pp. 30-56.

FRAWLEY, Oona, 'Spenser's Trace', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:1, pp. 9-18.

HABEL, Chad, Ancestral Narratives: Irish-Australian Identities in History and Fiction, Verlag Dr. Muller (Saarbrucken), 252.

--, 'Irish Roots, Australian Rhizomes: Ancestry and Diasporic Cultural Identity in the Work of Thomas Keneally and Christopher Koch', in The Australasian Journal of Irish Studies, Vol.7, pp. 37-49

HARDIN, Richard F., 'Spenser's Irish Work: Poetry, Plantation and Colonial Reformation', in Renaissance Quarterly, 61:4, pp. 1377-9.

HARRINGTON, John P, Irish Theater in America: Essays on Irish Theatrical Diaspora, Syracuse UP (Syracuse, NY).

HOLFTER, Gisela, 'Und es ist nicht gut fur einen Autor uber einen Gegenstand zu schreiben, den er zu sehr mag /And it is not good for a writer to write about a subject that he likes too much', in Jung, Werner, & Schubert, Jochen, eds., Ich sammle Augenblicke: Heinrich Boll 1917-1985 / I Collect Moments: Heinrich Boll 1917-1985, Aisthesis (Bielefeld), pp. 153-64. [In German].

JARAZO ALVAREZ, Ruben, 'Imagining Ireland in Twentieth-Century Spanish Writers. Diasporic Imagination in the Works of Alvaro Cunqueiro', see A, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 383-91.

KIBLER, M. Alison, 'Pigs, Green Whiskers, and Drunken Widows: Irish Nationalists and the "Practical Censorship" of McFadden's Row of Flats in 1902 and 1903', in Journal of American Studies, 42:3, pp. 489-514.

LEENEY, Catherine, 'Under the Influence: Jacques Lecoq, The Body and the Irish', Etudes Irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 65-73.

McCOURT, John, "Problemi di forma nelle Irish short stories di Trollope'/Problems of Form in Trollope's Irish Short Stories', in Lottini, Otello, ed., Quaderno dei Dipartimento di Letterature comparate, 3, Universita degli Studi Roma Tre (Roma), pp.19-33. [In Italian].

--'Anthony Trollope: Irish writer', [Twentieth Annual Lecture], in Trollopiana, the Journal of the Trollope Society, 79, January, pp. 3-16.

McCULLOCH, Margery Palmer, 'Celtic Identity, Irish Immigration and the Scottish Highlands Tensions in Scottish Interwar Literature and Society', see A, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy, pp. 137-52.

MEAGHER, Timothy J., 'Cops, Priests, and the Decline of Irish America: True Confessions (1981)', in McDannell, Colleen, ed., Catholics in the Movies, OUP (Oxford) pp. 227-49.

MAHER, Eamon, 'A Message from France: Jean Sullivan and Post-Catholic Ireland,' see A, LITERATURE: Maher, et al, pp. 239-51.

--, 'Towards Justice to Come: Derrida, Deconstruction and Utopian Concepts of Justice', in Griffin, Michael J., & Moylan, Tom, Exploring the Utopian Impulse: Essays on Utopian Thought and Practice, Peter Lang (Frankfurt), pp. 43-56.

MANEK Bohuslav, 'Anglo-Irish Literature in the Czech National Revival', in Grmelova, Anna, et al., eds., Plurality and Diversity in English Studies, Faculty of Education, Charles University (Prague), pp. 105-13.

MURPHY, Paula, 'Paradise Lost: The Destruction of Utopia in The Beach', in Griffin, Michael & Moylan, Tom, eds, Exploring the Utopian Impulse: Essays on Utopian Thought and Practice, Peter Lang (Frankfurt), pp. 243-56.

MULLIGAN Jr., William H., 'What do We Know about the Irish in the United States: Reflections on the Historical Literature of the Last Twenty Years', in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 97-110.

NOLAN, Val, 'The Reception of Contemporary Scottish Poetry in Ireland: The Case of Poetry Ireland Review', see A, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy & Maxwell, pp. 163-71.

O'BRIEN, Eugene, 'Modernity and Postmodernity in a Franco-Irish Context', in Maher, Eamon, Neville, Grace and O'Brien, Eugene, eds, Studies in Franco-Irish Relations Volume 2, Peter Lang (New York).

PILKINGTON, Lionel, 'Theatre, Sexuality, and the State: Tennessee Williams's The Rose Tattoo at the Dublin Theatre Festival', see B, THEATRE: Grene & Lonergan, pp. 21-34.

RATHJEN, Friedhelm, Inselwarts: Arno Schmidt und die Literaturen der britischen Inseln / Arno Schmidt and the Literatures of the British Isles, Edition ReJOYCE (Scheessel), 450. [In German].

REHAK (SAMEK), Daniel, "Irsko jako tema a obraz v ceske literatuoe 19. stoleti / Ireland as a Theme and Image in 19th-c. Czech Literature', in Blahova, Kateoina & Petrbok, Vaclav, eds., Cizi, jine exoticke v eeske kultuoe 19. stoleti, Academia / KLP (Praha), pp. 156-67. [In Czech].

TAKACS, Ferenc, "Utoszo', / Afterword, in Raymond Queneau, Mindig agyonkenyeztetjuk a noket. Ir regeny Sally Mara tollabol / Hungarian version of Raymond Queneau's On est toujours trop bon avec les femmes. Un roman irlandais de Sally Mara (1947), trans. Robert Bognar, Osiris (Budapest), pp. 183-91. [In Hungarian].

URSCHEL, Katrin, 'Disrupted Identities: Irish Emigrant Poetry in Nineteenth-Century Canada', see A, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy, pp. 203-15.

WALKER, Robert G., 'The Irishman's "Three Halves": A Note on Richardson's Grandison', in Notes and Queries 55:3, pp. 333-5.

WALL, Eamonn, 'Walking: Tim Robinson's Stones of Aran', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:3, pp. 66-79.

INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS

ARBUCKLE, JAMES

HOLMES, Richard, 'James Arbuckle and Dean Swift: Cultural Politics in the Irish Confessional State', in Irish Studies Review, 16:4, pp. 431-44.

ARTHUR, CHRIS

ARTHUR, Chris, '(En)Trance', in Literary Review, 51:2, pp. 23-37.

THOMAS, Samuel Saint, 'Scribbles, Fragments, and Ideas: A Conversation with Chris Arthur', in Literary Review, 51:2, pp. 38-53.

BANVILLE, JOHN

EDWARDS, Martin, 'Back in Black: Irish Writer John Banville Returns under His Nom de Crime Benjamin Black', in Mystery Scene, 104, pp. 30-2.

FRIBERG-HARNESK, Hedda, 'Imitation, Mimicry, Mockery? John Banville and James Joyce', in Avril, Chloe & Paul, Ronald, eds., At Home in the World: Essays and Poems in Honour of Britta Olinder, Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis (Gothenburg), pp. 93-103.

PETERS, Susanne, 'John Banville: The Sea', in Peters, Susanne, Stierstorfer, Klaus, & Volkmann, Laurenz, eds., Novels I: Teaching Contemporary Literature and Culture, Vol. 2, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 37-54.

SAMPIETRO, Luigi, 'Lo strano caso di Mr Banville / The Strange Case of Mr Banville', in Ventiquattro, 8, agosto, pp. 38-43 [In Italian].

WRETHED, Joakim, 'Chiasm, Epoche, and Synergy: The Metaphorical Style in John Banville's Art Trilogy', in Nordic Irish Studies, 7, pp. 91-102.

BARLOW, JANE

HANSSON, Heidi, 'Our Village: Linguistic Negotiation in Jane Barlow's Fiction', in Nordic Irish Studies, 7, pp. 57-70.

BARRY, SEBASTIAN

GRENE, Nicholas, 'Owning Our History: The Family Plays of Sebastian Barry', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 155-62.

MORSE, Donald, 'Sebastian Barry's November Poems: The Power and Place of Memory', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 377-92.

See McDONAGH: Murray.

BECKETT, MARY

LORENZO MODIA, Maria Jesus & FERNANDEZ MENDEZ, Cristina, 'Imaginations of Irish Womanhood vs. Real Women in Mary Beckett's A Belfast Woman', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 223-29.

BECKETT, SAMUEL

ABBOTT, H. Porter, 'The Art of Making It New, Revisited: Beckett and Cliche," in Poetics Today, 29:3, pp. 595-601.

ASTBURY, Helen, 'Killing His Texts Dead: Beckett's Hiberno-English Translations', in Carvalho & Carvalho Homem, pp. 189-98.

BARRY, Elizabeth, 'One's Own Company: Agency, Identity and the Middle Voice in the Work of Samuel Beckett', in Journal of Modern Literature, 31:2, pp. 115-32.

BEN-ZVI, Linda, & MOORJANI, Angela B., Beckett at 100: Revolving It All, OUP (New York).

BERENSMEYER, Ingo, "Augen(t)raume: Zur Medialitat des Raumes bei Samuel Beckett / The Mediality of Space in Samuel Beckett', in Seibert, pp. 117-35. [In German].

BOULTER, Jonathan, Beckett: A Guide for the Perplexed, Continuum (London), viii + 186.

BOXALL, Peter, "'There's no Lack of Void": Waste and Abundance in Beckett and DeLillo', in SubStance: A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism, 37:2, pp. 56-70.

BOYCE, Brynhildur '(Im)possible worlds: Dissociated Sound in Samuel Beckett's Radio Drama', in Gilsenan Nordin & Simon, pp. 129-43.

BRACCINI, Giulio, Sorella Pigrizia. L'accidia purgatoriale come forma mentis letteraria da Belacqua a Beckett / Sister Laziness. Purgatorial Sloth as a Literary Mind-set from Belacqua to Beckett, Le Lettere (Florence), 206 [In Italian].

BRANIGAN, Kevin, Radio Beckett: Musicality in the Radio Plays of Samuel Beckett, Lang (Frankfurt), 268.

BREUER, Rolf, 'Samuel Becketts Film', in Seibert, pp. 87-91. [In German].

--, 'Samuel Beckett's "Krapp's Last Tape" and Peter Ustinov's "Photo Finish"', in Muller-Wood, Anja, ed., Texting Culture--Culturing Texts, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 175-86.

--, 'Samuel Beckett and Flann O'Brien', in IUR, 37:2 (2007), pp. 340-51.

CANARIS, Volker, 'Samuel Beckett als Regisseur seiner eigenen Theaterstucke / Samuel Beckett as Director of His Own Plays', in Seibert, pp. 27-47. [In German].

CARL, Mark-Oliver, & MALAGUTI, Simone, 'All That Fall--Becketts spielerisches "Road Audio Play" / Ali That Fall--Beckett's Playful "Road Audio Play", in Seibert, pp. 65-86. [In German].

CARRERA DE LA RED, Maria Jose, '"Thought words Words inane Thought inane": Samuel Beckett's Critique of Language in his Four Novellas', in Lorenzo Modia, Maria Jesus, ed., Proceedings from the 31st International AEDEAN Conference, Universidade da Coruna (A Coruna), pp. 723-32. [On CD-Rom].

CARVALHO, Paulo Eduardo, & CARVALHO HOMEM, Rui, eds. Plural Beckett Pluriel: Centenary Essays / Essais d'un Centenaire, FLUP e-Dita (Oporto), 209. [Articles in English and French].

CARVALHO, Paulo Eduardo, 'Introduction: All that Write', in Carvalho & Carvalho Hornero, pp. 7-15.

CLEMENT, Bruno, 'Samuel Beckett, philosophie du roman / Samuel Beckett, Philosophy of the Novel', in Carvalho & Carvalho Hornero, pp. 19-32. [In French].

DIAS MARTINS, Luis, 'In der Strafkolonie (Kafka) / Le Depeupleur (Beckett): deux modales de dys-topie / 'In der Strafkolonie (Kafka) / Le Depeupleur (Beckett): Two Models of Dys-topia', in Dedalus--A Ilha e os Mapas da Cultura / The Island and the Cultural Maps, Edicoes Cosmos (Lisbon). [In French].

--, 'Le piano et les accordeurs, le pantalon et le tailleur / The Piano and the Tuners, the Trousers and the Taylor', in Carvalho & Carvalho Homem, pp. 141-52. [In French].

DILWORTH, Thomas, & GOODWIN, Mike, 'Antonin Artaud and the Madman in Beckett's Endgame', in Explicator, 66:3, pp. 143-7.

DOMINGUES DE ALMEIDA, Jose, 'La fiction narrative francaise contemporaine et la figure tutelaire de Beckett / Contemporary French Narrative and Beckett's Influential Legacy', in Carvalho & Carvalho Hornero, pp. 133-40. [In French].

ELZENHEIMER, Regine, Pause. Schweigen. Stille: Dramaturgien der Abwesenheit im postdramatischen Musik-Theater /Pause. Silence. Stillness: Staging Absence in Post-Dramatic Music Theatre, Konigshausen & Neumann (Wurzburg), 273. [In German].

ENGELBERTS, Matthijs, DE RUYTER, Daniele et al., eds., Des elements aux traces = Elements and Traces, Rodopi (Amsterdam) 408. [In English and French].

FERNANDEZ SANCHEZ, Jose Francisco, '"They took the dull coast road home". Images of Ireland in Samuel Beckett's Dream of Fair to Middling Women', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 329-37.

FERREIRA DE CASTRO, Carla, 'On Beckett's Legacy in Harold Pinter', in Carvalho & Carvalho Homem, pp. 123-31.

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GATTI, Guido, Aspettare Godot? Tracce di speranza nei drammi di Samuel Beckett / Waiting for Godot? Traces of Hope in Beckett's Plays, Ancora Libri (Milan), 112 [In Italian].

GENDRON, Sarah, Repetition, Difference, and Knowledge in the Work of Samuel Beckett, Jacques Derrida, and Gilles Deleuze, Lang (Frankfurt & New York), 182.

GILSENAN NORDIN, Irene, 'Samuel Beckett's Literature of Failure: "Nothing to Express-With the Obligation to Express It'", in Gilsenan Nordin & Simon, pp. 85-88.

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HEINRICI, Sandra, Maskenwahnsinn: Darstellungsformen des Wahnsinns im europaischen Theater des 20. Jahrhunderts / Madness of Masks: Representations of Madness in Twentieth-Century European Theatre, Bouvier (Bonn), 176. [In German].

HEINZ, Bernd, 'Zur Entstehung des Horspiels: Immer Dein, Tuissimus nach Samuel Becketts Roman Traum von mehr bis minder schonen Frauen / On the Development of the Radio Play: Immer Dein, Tuissimus after Samuel Beckett's Dream of Fair to Middling Women', in Seibert, pp. 209-19. [In German].

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--, Uber Samuel Becketts Werk: Essays und Studien / On Samuel Beckett's Work: Essays and Studies, Kassel UP (Kassel), 101. [In German].

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See JOYCE: Sharkey.

See SWIFT: Ackerley.

See YEATS: Mackenzie.

See YEATS: McCourt.

BELL, SAM HANNA

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BERKELEY, GEORGE

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BIRMINGHAM, GEORGE A.

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BLESSINGTON, MARGARET

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BOLAND, EAVAN

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VILLAR ARGAIZ, Pilar, The Poetry of Eavan Boland: A Postcolonial Reading, Academica Press (Bethesda & Dublin), 325.

--, 'Eavan Boland's Repossession of History: Domestic Violence', in Internationalist Review of Irish Culture, 1, pp. 153-83.

WOLKOFF, Gisele, Rev. of Eavan Boland's Evolution as an Irish Woman Poet. Outsider Within an Outsider's Culture, by Pilar Villar-Argaiz, in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 165-6.

See JOYCE: Horatschek.

See O'DONNELL: Lojo Rodriguez.

BOLGER, DERMOT

DUMAY, Emile-Jean, "Traduire et mettre en scene Dermot Bolger / Translating and Producing Dermot Bolger', in Etudes irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 105-12. [In French]

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BOURKE, ANGELA

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BOWEN, ELIZABETH

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HEPBURN, Allan, ed., People, Places, Things: Essays by Elizabeth Bowen, Edinburgh UP (Edinburgh), 480.

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BOYLAN, CLARE

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BRENNAN, MAEVE

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BROOKE, CHARLOTTE

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BUNBURY, SELINA

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BURKE, EDMUND

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CARLETON, WILLIAM

McCAFFERTY, Kevin, 'On the Trail of "Intolerable Scoto-Hibemic Jargon': Ulster English, Irish English and Dialect Hygiene in William Carleton's Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry (First Series, 1830)', in Dossena, Marina, Dury, Richard & Gotti, Maurizio, eds., English Historical Linguistics 2006: Volume III: Geo-Historical Variation in English, Benjamins (Amsterdam), pp. 171-84.

CARR, MARINA

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CARSON, CIARAN

ALEXANDER, Neal, 'Deviations from the Known Route: Writing and Walking in Ciaran Carson's Belfast', in Irish Studies Review, 16:1, pp. 41-54.

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CLARKE, AUSTIN

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CONNOLLY, JAMES

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DOBBINS, Gregory, 'Connolly, the Archive, and Method', in Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 10:1, pp. 48-66.

GITHENS-MAZER, Jonathan, 'Ancient Erin, Modern Socialism: Myths, Memories and Symbols of the Irish Nation in the Writings of James Connolly', in Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 10:1, pp. 86-101.

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COSTELLO, MARY

CROOK, Lynne, 'Comedy in the Community: Confrontation in Mary Costello's Titanic Town', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy & Maxwell, pp. 61-73.

DAWE, GERALD

DAWE, Gerald, '"Earth Voices Whispering': On Editing an Irish Anthology of War Poetry', in Pine, Richard and Patten, Eve, eds. Literatures of War, Cambridge Scholars (Newcastle), pp. 148-62.

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DEANE, SEAMUS

VILLAR ARGAIZ, Pilar, 'A Postcolonial Reading of Seamus Deane's Reading in the Dark', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 271-80.

DEVLIN, ANN

KAO, Wei H, 'Feminist Articulations and the Rebuilding of the Image of Irishwomen in Ann Devlin's Belfast Trilogy', in Feminist Studies in English Literature, 16:2, pp. 31-62.

SAYIN, Gulsen, 'The Voiceless Subaltern in Ann Devlin's Ourselves Alone', in Interactions: Journal of English and American Studies, 14:2 (2005), pp. 161-70.

DEVLIN, DENIS

See KAVANAGH: Dewsnap.

DILLON, EILIS

O'BYRNE, Deirdre, '"One of Themselves": Class Divisions in Eilis Dillon's Blood Relations and The Bitter Glass, see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 233-45.

DORGAN, THEO

VILLAR ARGAIZ, Pilar, 'Encuentro con el poeta irlandes Theo Dorgan: reflexiones sobre la poesia contemporanea en Irlanda / Encounter with the Irish Poet Theo Dorgan: Reflections on Contemporary Poetry in Ireland', in Ficciones: Revista de Letras, 11-13, pp. 2-5. [In Spanish].

DOYLE, RODDY

FANTACCINI, Fiorenzo, 'Forme e gerghi della metropoli. The Commitments di Roddy Doyle / Linguistic Forros and Slang of the Metropolis. Roddy Doyle's The Commitments', in Linguae &, 1, pp. 91-117. [In Italian].

PRAGA, Ines, '"I made the Iliad from such a local row': Revisiting the City with Roddy Doyle's Paula Spencer', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 307-20.

WOLTER, Ingrid-Charlotte, 'Roddy Doyle, Paddy Clarke Ha-Ha-Ha', in Peters, Susanne, Stierstorfer, Klaus, & Volkmann, Laurenz, eds., Novels h Teaching Contemporary Literature and Culture, Vol. 2, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 173-90. See BOLGER: Shortt.

EDGEWORTH, MARIA

CABAJSKY, Andrea, 'Reading Realista, Reception and the Changing Nation: Castle Rackrent and Angeline De Montbrun', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:1, 2007, pp. 67-74.

CASS, Jeffrey, '"A Fine Beginning of a Romance with a Shipwreck': Allusiveness and Cosmopolitanism in Maria Edgeworth's Patronage', in Lussier, Mark & Matsunaga, Bruce, eds., Engaged Romanticism: Romanticism as Praxis, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), pp. 58-68.

FERNANDEZ RODRIGUEZ, Carmen Maria, 'Castle Rackent y sus paratextos en el siglo XX: el caso aleman y el frances / Castle Rackent and irs Paratexts in the 20th Century: the German and the French Cases', in Lorenzo Modia, Maria Jesus, ed., Proceedings from the 31st International AEDEAN Conference, Universidade da Coruna (A Coruna), pp. 21-30. [On CD-Rom]. [In Spanish].

--, "Un Oriente muy poco convencional: "Murad the Unlucky" de Maria Edgeworth y su traduccion al frances y al castellano en el siglo XIX / An Unconventional Orient: Maria Edgeworth's "Murad the Unlucky" and its Translation into French and Spanish in the 19th Century', in Sendebar, 19, pp. 77-98.

--, 'From Ireland to Australia: Gendered Illustrations of the Nation in Maria Edgeworth's Ennui and Rosa Praed's Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land', in Antipodas Monographs. Australia and Galicia: Defeating the Tyranny of Distance, pp. 309-29. [Bilingual edition in English and Galician].

PARK, Julie, 'Moving Parts: The Life of Eighteenth-Century Interiors', in Eighteenth Century Fiction, 20:3, pp. 281-91.

SIERRA AYALA, Lina, 'La vision realista de irlanda de Maria Edgeworth / Maria Edgeworth's Realist Vision of Ireland', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 339-45. [in Spanish].

TESSONE, Natasha, '"Homage to the Empty Armour": Maria Edgeworth's Harrington and the Pathology of National Heritage', in ELH, 5:2, pp. 439-69.

TUITE, Clara, 'Maria Edgeworth's Deja-Voodoo: Interior Decoration, Retroactivity, and Colonial Allegory in The Absentee', in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 20:3, pp. 385-413.

EGAN, DESMOND

BOZBECHOVA, Ivana, 'Jazykove viceznacnosti autora a prekladatele Desmonda Egana / Linguistic Ambiguities of Author and Translator in the Case of Desmond Egan', in Leheekova, E. &. Taborsky, J. eds., Struktura, variety, funkce, Slavica Pragensia XLI--AUC Philologica 2/2006, Karolinum (Praha), pp. 79-82. [In Czech]

ENRIGHT, ANNE

D'HOKER, Elke, 'Reclaiming Feminine Identities: Anne Enright's The Wig My Father Wore', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Coughlan & O'Toole, pp. 85-202.

KURDI, Maria, Ir szerzo a legujabb Booker-dijas: vazlat Anne Enrightrol' / An Irish author is the newest Booker awardee: a sketch about Anne Enright', in Kalligram, 17:4, pp. 35-9. [In Hungarian].

SCHWALL, Hedwig, 'The Portable Virgin: Anne Enright's Translations of Philosophy into History', see under GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 339-50.

--, 'Muscular Metaphors in Anne Enright: Ah Interview', in The European English Messenger, 17:1, Spring, pp. 16-22.

FARQUHAR, GEORGE

BULL, John, 'Sir John Vanbrugh and George Farquhar in the Post-Restoration Age', in Owen, Susan J., ed., A Companion to Restoration Drama, Blackwell (Oxford), pp. 429-45.

FRENCH, TANA

SOLIMINI, Cheryl, 'A Suspense Star in Born: Taha French Transports Her Sense of Drama', in Mystery Scene, Fall, pp. 20-2.

FRIEL, BRIAN

BERTHA, Csilla, '"Fond Mem'ry Brings the Light': Cultural Memory in Brian Friel's The Home Place', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 99-116.

--, "'The Centre Cannot Hold": The Postcolonial Discourse in Ireland and Brian Friel's The Home Place', in Zach, Wolfgang & Kenneally, Michael, eds., Literatures in English: Prior#ies of Research, Studies in English and Comparative Literature, Stauffenburg Ferlag (Tubingen), pp. 217-29.

BOLTWOOD, Scott, Brian Friel, Ireland and the North, CUP, (Cambridge).

CROWLEY, Tony, "Memory and Forgetting in a Time of Violence: Brian Friel's Meta- History Plays', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 72-83. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

FRAGA FUERTES, Ma Amelia, & GOMEZ PENAS, Ma Dolores, "Una aproximacion a Dancing at Lughnasa /Ah Approach to Dancing at Lughnasa," in Garoza, 8, pp. 79-100. [In Spanish].

FUJIKI, Kazuko, 'Brian Friel saku "Volunteers" kousatsu: jiko tankyu ni mukete / On Brian Friel's Volunteers: digging to an unfathomable self', in Bulletin of Notre Dame Seishin University, Studies in foreign languages and literature, 32:1, pp. 56-68. [In Japanese]

HADDAD, Rosalie Rahal, 'Brian Friel asa Postcolonial Playwright', see under GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: IRELAND AND LATIN AMERICA.

KOUSTAS, Jane, 'Imagi/Nation: Fennario, Friel and the Staging of Language and Identity in Quebec', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:1, 2007, pp. 41-7.

LACHMAN, M., Rev. of Brian Friel's Dramatic Artistry. "The Work Has Value" by D. E. Morse & C. Bertha, in Litteraria Pragensia. Studies in Literature and Culture, 17:33, July 2007, pp. 89-100.

MAXWELL, Margaret, '"Atalkin' to You'self": R. D. Laing's The Divided Self and Brian Friel's Philadelphia Here I Come!', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy & Maxwell, pp. 135-48.

O'MALLEY-YOUNGER, Alison, '"Dressing Up In Ascendancy Robes': The Big House and Brian Friel's Aristocrats', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 247-64.

PINE, Emilie, 'The Music of the Tribe', in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:36, pp. 32-8.

SULLIVAN, Robert, 'The Tragedy of English Imperialism and Irish Nationalism in Brian Friel's Translations', in Knezevic, Marija & Nikcevic-Batricevic, Aleksandra, eds., History, Politics, Identity: Reading Literature in a Changing World, Cambridge Scholars Press (Newcastle), pp. 51-8. See JOYCE: Bums.

GREGORY, LADY AUGUSTA

ASANUMA, Megumi, 'Ushinawareta image o motomete: Lady Gregory no "The Image" ni okeru image-kochiku no bunseki / In Search of Lost Images: An Analysis of Image-Making in Lady Gregory's The Image', in Bulletin of The English Literary Society of Japan, Kansai, Kansai English Studies, 2, pp. 1-17. [In Japanese]

GONZALEZ-CHACON, Maria del Mar, 'Toraigheach Dhiarmada agus Ghrainne (Pursuit of Diarmaid and Grainne): Lady Gregory's (Re)Vision of the Arthurian Legend', in Alvarez- Faedo, Maria Jose, ed., Avalon Revisited: Reworkings of the Arthurian Myth, Lang (Frankfurt), pp. 109-32.

POULAIN, Alexandra, '"Lady Gregory s'en va t'en guerre': The Kiltartan Moliere', in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 75-90. [in French]

SADDLEMYER, Ann, 'Music, Song and Much More ... Revisiting the Gregorian World', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 211-29.

GRIMSHAW, BEATRICE

McCOTTER, Clare, 'A Bloodied Bond: Fly River Heads and Body image in Beatrice Grimshaw's Colonial Landscapes', in Irish Studies Review, 16:4, pp. 461-85.

GROARKE, VONA

COLLINS, Lucy, 'Northeast of Nowhere: Vona Groarke, Sinead Morrissey and Post- Feminist Spaces', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Quinn, Irish Poetry, pp. 62-8.

HAMILTON, HUGO

FISCHER, Dore, '"Walking on the Wall"--Biculturalism and Interculturality in Blake Morrison's Things My Mother Never Told Me and Hugo Hamilton's The Speckled People', in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 29-38.

SOUSA, Alcina de, 'Mapping out Real and Imaginary Settings: Cohesion in Hamilton's The Speckled People', in Dedalus--A Ilha e os Mapas da Cultura / The Island and the Cultural Maps, Edicoes Cosmos (Lisbon).

HEANEY, SEAMUS

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--, 'Seamus Heaney and Osip Mandelstam: "Stretched between Politics and Transcendence", see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy, pp. 25-33.

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BRANDES, Rand, 'Seamus Heaney's Working Titles: from "Advancements of Learning" to "Midnight Anvil", in O'Donoghue, pp. 19-36.

BREARTON, Fran, 'Heaney and the Feminine', in O'Donoghue, pp. 73-91.

CORCORAN, Neil, 'Heaney and Yeats', in O'Donoghue, pp. 165-77.

CROTTY, Patrick, 'The Context of Heaney's Reception', in O'Donoghue, pp. 37-55.

FORDONSKI, K., 'Mapping Europe in Verse: Poetic Cartography of Seamus Heaney', in Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny. LIV: 3, 2007, pp. 280-7.

FOSTER, John Wilson, 'Crediting Marvels: Heaney after 50', in O'Donoghue, pp. 206-23.

HERRERO QUIROS, Carlos, 'Landscape as Text in Seamus Heaney: The Irish "Songlines"', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 187-92.

JARNIEWICZ, J., 'Fotograficzne inspiracje w "wierszach bagiennych" Seamusa Heaneya / Photographic Inspiration in Seamus Heaney's "bog poems", in Kwiatkowska, A, & Jarniewicz, J., eds., Miedzy obrazem a tekstem, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Lodzkiego (Lodz), pp. 149-58. [In Polish]

--, 'Reizm pozorowany: Herbert, Heaney i swiat kamykow / Reified Illusions: Zbigniew Herbert and Seamus Heaney in a World of Stones', in Browamy, W., Orska, J, & Poprawa, A., eds., Herbert (nie)oswojony, Ossolineum (Wroclaw), pp. 107-20 [In Polish].

JOHNSTON, Dillon, 'Irish Influence and Confluence in Heaney's Poetry', in O'Donoghue, pp. 150-64.

LANGE, Ashley, '"Among the Many Wonders of World': Seamus Heaney's The Burial at Thebes, see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy, pp. 87-101.

LI, Chenjian, 'Cultural Politics in Translation: On Seamus Heaney's Translation of Sweeney Astray', in Foreign Literatures (China), 6, November, pp. 103-8. [In Chinese].

LUNDAY, Elizabeth, 'Violence and Silence in Seamus Heaney's "Mycenae Lookout", in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:1, pp. 111-27.

McCARTHY, Conor, Seamus Heaney and Medieval Poetry, Brewer (Cambridge), 208.

MONTEZANTI, Miguel, 'Archetypal, Identical, Similar? Seamus Heaney's Punishment Revisited', in ABEI Journal, No. 10, pp. 55-66.

MURPHY, Andrew, 'Heaney and the Irish Poetic Tradition', in O'Donoghue, pp. 136-49.

O'BRIEN, Eugene,'The Force of Law in Seamus Heaney's Greek Translations', in Fitzpatrick, Lisa, ed., Performing Violence in Contemporary Ireland, Carysfort Press (Dublin), pp. 31-52.

O'DONOGHUE, Bernard, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Seamus Heaney, CUP (Cambridge), 260.

--, 'Heaney's Classics and the Bucolic', in O'Donoghue, pp. 106-21.

O'DONOGHUE, Heather, 'Heaney, Beowulf, and the Medieval Literature of the North', in O'Donoghue, pp. 192-205.

O'DRISCOLL, Dennis, Stepping Stones: Interviews with Seamus Heaney, Farrar, Straus and Giroux (New York).

--, 'Heaney in Public', in O'Donoghue, pp. 56-72.

--, 'An Ear to the Line: An Interview', in Poetry, 193:3, pp. 254-68.

O'LEARY, Timothy, 'Governing the Tongue: Heaney among the Philosophers', in Textual Practice, 22:4, 657-78.

OSTERWALDER, Hans, 'The Divided Self's Struggle for Identity in a Diglossic Culture: Heaney, Harrison, Frisch and Durrenmatt', in English Studies, 89:6, pp. 696-715.

PARKER, Michael, 'Fallout From the Thunder: Poetry and Politics in Seamus Heaney's District and Circle, in Irish Studies Review 16:4, pp. 369-84.

QUINN, Justin, 'Heaney and Eastern Europe', in O'Donoghue, pp. 92-105.

RAEZ PADILLA, Juan, 'Seating at the centre of the literary table: Seamus Heaney's Countercultural Redress in Beowulf: A New Translation (1999)', in Munoz-Calvo, Micaela, Buesa-Gomez, Carmen & Ruiz-Moneva, M. Angeles, eds., New Trends in Translation and Cultural Identity, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), pp. 289-98.

--, '"Keeping Going": alquimia, violencia y sacrificio en la poesia de Seamus Heaney / "Keeping Going': Alchemy, Violence and Sacrifice in Seamus Heaney's Poetry', in Miscelanea: A Journal of English and American Studies, 38, pp. 79-90. [In Spanish].

--, "Rooting the omphalos at Mossbawn: Seamus Heaney and classical mythology', in Interlitteraria, 13:2, pp. 318-28.

RIZZO, Steven, 'The Paradox of Spiritual Matter and the Spiritual Matter of Paradox in Seamus Heaney and Robert Boyle', in Literature and Theology: An International Journal of Religion, Theory, and Culture, 22:4, pp. 458-74.

RUSSELL, Richard Rankin, 'Seamus Heaney's Regionalism', in Twentieth Century Literature, 54:1, pp. 47-74.

SALIS, Loredana, 'The sepulchral metaphor in The Burial at Thebes, a Translation of Sophocles' Antigone by Seamus Heaney', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 207-12.

STEPHENS, Jessica, 'Beowulf et le barbare / Beowulf and Barbarism', in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:1, pp. 25-42. [In French].

VELLINO, Brenda Carr, 'Seamus Heaney's Poetic Redress for Post-Conflict Societies', in Peace Review, 20:1, pp. 49-57.

WHEATLEY, David, 'Professing Poetry: Heaney as Critic', in O'Donoghue, pp. 122-35.

ZHANG, Ying, & YUAN, Huan, 'On the Later Poetry of Seamus Heaney', in Writer Magazine (China), 7, pp. 66-7. [In Chinese].

See KAVANAGH: Dewsnap.

HEARN, LAFCADIO

HOFMANNSTHAL, Hugo von, Lafcadio Hearn: Geschrieben unter dem Eindruck von Lafcadio Hearns im Herbst 1904 erfolgten Tode / Lafcadio Hearn: Written Under the Impression of the Death of Lafcadio Hearn' s Death in the Autumn of 1904, Literatur-Agentur Danowski (Zurich), 60. [In German].

HUTCHINSON, PEARSE

ESCARBELT, Bernard & O GORMAILE, Padraig, Poemes, a trilingual version, Irish, English and French, introduction and audio version of the Irish texts by the poet on CD, Presses Universitaires du Septentrion (Villeneuve d'Ascq), 136 + CD.

HYDE, DOUGLAS

KONO, Kenji, 'Bogo ryakudatsu no hikigeki: Hyde to McNamara no ichimaku geki no hikaku / The tragicomedy of deprived mother tongues: Douglas Hyde's The Bursting of the Bubble and Gerald McNamara's Thompson in Tirna-n-Og', in Celtic Forum, 11, pp. 10-16. [In Japanese]

JOHNSTON, DENIS

MORASH, Chris, 'Denis Johnston's Swift Project: "There Must Be Something Wrong with the Information", in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:2, 2007, pp. 56-9.

O'CONNELL, D., 'Pirandello and Joyce say "Yes!" in Denis Johnston's The Old Lady Says "No["', in Pirandello Studies, 27 (2007), pp. 75-92.

JOHNSTON, JENNIFER

KOSOK, Heinz, 'The Early Novels of Jennifer Johnston', see under GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 225-38.

OLIVARES ALLEPUZ, Ma de la Bendicion, 'Imagining a New Mother-Daughter Relation: Jennifer Johnston's Construction of the Female Servant in The Old Jest', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 263-69.

SHUMAKER, Jeanette Roberts, 'Trauma in Jennifer Johnston's Fool's Sanctuary and Two Moons', in Nassau Review: The Faculty Journal of Nassau Community College, 9:4, pp. 42-53.

JONES, MARIE

JORDAN, Eamonn,' Kicking with both Feet?: Marie Jones's A Night in November', in The Irish Review, 38:1, pp. 49-60.

JORDAN, NEIL

GRASSI, Samuele, 'Fathers in a Coma: Father-Son Relationships in Neil Jordan's Fiction', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 101-12. [Electronic Journal]. <http: / / www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

PRAMAGGIORE, Maria, Neil Jordan, U of Illinois Press (Urbana, IL).

ZUCKER, Carole, The Cinema of Neil of Jordan, Wallflower (London), xi + 203.

JOYCE, JAMES

AUBERT, Jacques, "On Translating Ulysses into French', in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 1-6.

AZERAD, Hugo, 'Parisian Literary Fields: James Joyce and Pierre Reverdy's Theory of the Image', in Modern Language Review, 103:3, pp. 666-81.

AZIZI, Idlir, 'Interior Monologues of a Ulysses Translator', in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 7-12.

BACKUS, Margot Gayle, '"Odd Jobs': James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and the Scandal Fragment', in Joyce Studies Annual, 2, pp. 105-45.

BARON, Scarlett, 'Flaubert, Joyce: Vision, Photograph, Cinema', in MFS: Modern Fiction Studies, 54:4, pp. 689-714.

BAZARNIK, Katarzyna, "Images of Femininity in "Calypso': A Case Study of Two Polish Translations', in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 13-26.

BENJAMIN, Roy, 'The Third Gospel in Finnegans Wake', in Journal of Modern Literature, 31:4, pp. 102-15.

BOES, Tobias, 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and the "Individuating Rhythm" of Modernity', in ELH, 75:4, pp. 767-85.

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BOYSEN, Benjamin, 'I Call That Patriotism: Leopold Bloom and Cosmopolitan Caritas', in Comparatist: Journal of the Southern Comparative Literature Association, 32, pp. 140-56.

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BRUNI ROCCIA, Gioiella, Myriadminded Men. Coleridge & Joyce, Bulzoni (Rome), 143.

BURNS, Christy L, 'Postcolonial Cartographies: The Nature of Place in Joyce's Finnegans Wake and in Friel's Translations', in Orr, pp. 127-43.

CANEDA CABRERA, Teresa, Rev. of Fictions of Hybridity: Translating the Style in James Joyce's Ulysses by Ida Klitgard, in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 125-35.

CARTELLI, Thomas, 'The Face in the Mirror: Joyce's Ulysses and the Looking-glass Shakespeare', in Dionne, Craig & Kapadia, Parmita, eds., Native Shakespeares: Indigenous Appropriations on a Global Stage, Ashgate (Aldershot), pp. 19-36.

CARVILLE, Conor, 'Modernism, Nationalism and Postcolonialism: Four Figures from "The Dead", in Journal of Irish Studies, XXIII, pp. 12-23.

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COSTA, Luiz Angelico da, 'Joyce's Dubliners: The Magic of Ordinary Everyday Living', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 237-48.

CREASY, Matthew, 'Seven Types of Ambiguity and James Joyce', in Notes and Queries, 55:1, pp. 69-72.

DE MARCO, Nick, The Early Joyce and the Writing of Exiles, Aracne (Rome), 208.

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DEVLIN GLASS, Frances, 'Joyce and the Jesuits', in The Australasian Journal of Irish Studies, Vol.7, pp. 8-9.

DIBATTISTA, Maria, 'Ulysses's Unanswered Questions', in Modernism/Modernity, 15:2, pp. 265-75.

DOHERTY, Gerald, Pathologies of Desire: The Vicissitudes of the Self in James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist, Lang (Frankfurt & New York), 203.

DOLOFF, Steven, 'Snowy Revelations: A Possible Inspiration for the Ending of James Joyce's "The Dead" in Dostoevsky's Notes from the Underground', in Notes and Queries, 55:4, pp. 483-5.

DONOVAN, Stephen, 'In the Papers: Hardy, Joyce, and the Modernist Moment', in Donovan, Stephen, Fjellestad, Danuta & Lunden, Rolf, eds., Authority Matters: Rethinking the Theory and Practice of Authorship, Rodopi (Amsterdam), pp. 163-92.

DORING, Tobias, '"Know Me Come Eat With Me": Kulinarische Dreiecke in Joyces Ulysses / Culinary Triangles in Joyce's Ulysses', in Engel, Gisela, & Scholz, Susanne, eds., Essenskulturen / Eating Cultures, trafo (Berlin), pp. 113-30. [In German].

ELLMANN, Maud, "Ulysses: The Epic of the Human Body', in Brown, pp. 54-70.

ESTEVEZ-SAA, Jose Manuel, Rev. of James Joyce in Context, ed. John McCourt, in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 125-35.

FENG, Fayun, 'Keys to Joyce's Works', in Journal of Zhaotang Teacher's College (China), 30:1, February, pp. 40-3. [In Chinese].

FENG, Jianming, 'Joyce's Solicitude for Rationality', in Journal of Changqing University (Social Science Edition) (China), 14:2, pp. 113-6. [In Chinese].

FERRER, Daniel, 'The Joyce of Manuscripts', in Brown, pp. 286-99.

FORDHAM, Finn, "Finnegans Wake: Novel and Anti-Novel', in Brown, pp. 71-89.

FREHNER, Ruth, 'From Aulas to Yurishiisu: Ulysses in Translation at the Zurich Joyce Foundation', in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 137-49.

GARCIA TORTOSA, Francisco, 'The Backdrop of Translating Ulysses', in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 27-38.

GIBBONS, Luke, '"Ghostly Light': Spectres of Modernity in James Joyce's and John Huston's "The Dead", in Brown, pp. 359-73.

GILCH, Eva, "Der "Most-Hans" von Raitenhaslach und James Joyce: Johann Baptist Pinzinger / "Cider-Johnny" of Raitenhaslach and James Joyce: J.B. Pinzinger' [on 'Fluviana' photographs], in Oettinger Land, 28, pp. 221-6. [In German].

GODA, Michiyo, 'Curvilinear Ulysses', in Eire-Ireland, 28, pp. 64-77.

GOMES, Mario, Gedankenlesemaschinen: Modelle fur eine Poetologie des Inneren Monologs / Towards a Poetics of the Interior Monologue, Rombach (Freiburg), 187. [In German].

GOTTFRIED, Roy, & KNOWLES, Sebastian D. G. Joyce's Misbelief, Florida UP (Gainesville, FL).

GREAVES, Richard, 'Paralysis Re-considered: James Joyce's Dubliners', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Malcolm, C.A. & D, pp. 165-73.

GULA, Marianna. "Onlelke konyveben olvasva: James Joyce Munkacsy Mihaly Ecce Homojarol / Reading the Book of Himself: James Joyce on the Hungarian Mihaly Munkacsy's Painting Ecce Horno', in Kalligram, 17:6, pp. 31-7. [In Hungarian].

HAEKEL, Ralf, '"The Solid World itself was Dissolving and Dwindling". Performativitat in James Joyces "The Dead" / Performativity in James Joyce's "The Dead", in Buschmeier, Matthias, & Dembeck, Till, eds., Textbewegungen 1800/1900 / Movements of Texts 1800/1900, Konigshausen & Neumann (Wurzburg), 2007, pp. 342-53. [In German].

HEGGLUND, Jon, 'Hard Facts and Fluid Spaces: "Ithaca" and the Imperial Archive', in Orr, pp. 58-74.

HEIJDEN, VAN DER, A. F. Th., Kruis en kraai : de romankunst na James Joyce / Cross and Crow: The Art of the Novel after James Joyce, Athenaeum--Polak & Van Gennep (Amsterdam) 103. [In Dutch]

HORATSCHEK, Anna M., 'Antike Mythen von Unterwelt und Totenreich bei John Milton, James Joyce, Jenny Joseph, Eavan Boland und David Lynch / Ancient Myths of the Underworld and the Realm of the Dead in John Milton, James Joyce, Jenny Joseph, Eavan Boland, and David Lynch', in Kappel, Lutz, & Klein, Dorothea, eds., Das diskursive Erbe Europas: Antike und Antikerezeption / The Discursive Heritage of Europe: Antiquity and Its Reception, Lang (Frankfurt), pp. 118-38. [In German].

HU, Mengdie, 'Discussion on the Theme of Renascence in "The Dead"--The Symbolic Significance of Snowscape', in Journal of Hubei Polytechnic Institute (China), 11:4, December, pp. 37-41. [In Chinese].

HULLE, Dirk van, 'Hesitancy in Joyce's and Beckett's Manuscripts', in Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 51:1, pp. 17-27.

--, Manuscript Genetics: Joyce's Knowhow, Beckett's Nohow, Florida UP (Gainesville, FL).

IONESCU, Arleen, & MILESI, Laurent, 'The "Experience" of Ulysses in Romanian', in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 85-113.

ITO, Eishiro, 'Soshite watashi wa nikumare, hakugai sarete iru minzoku ni zokusite iru: "Ulysses" ni okeru han-yudaya shugi /And I belong to a race that is hated and persecuted: anti-semitism in Ulysses', in Bulletin of Iwate Prefectural University, Journal of Policy Studies, 9:2, pp. 127-40. [in Japanese]

--, 'Diaspora Jews in Joyce's Dublin: Irish Jewish lives described in Ulysses', in Bulletin of Iwate Prefectural University, Liberal Arts, No.2, pp. 29-43.

--, '"United States of Asia': James Joyce and Japan', in Brown, pp. 193-206.

KAPPANYOS, Andras, 'At the End of One's Witz. (Translation Theory--And Some Practice)', in Papers on Joyce, 14, pp. 39-49.

KERSHNER, R. Brandon, 'Joyce, Music, and Popular Culture', in Brown, pp. 270-85.

KIBERD, Declan, 'Joyce's Horner, Homer's Joyce', in Brown, pp. 241-53.

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LONGLEY, Edna, ""The Channels of My Dreams: Carrickfergus and Louis MacNiece's Poetic Cosmos', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 363-76.

SENKTAS, R., "Za pomyslna przyszlosc niepoprawnej mnogosci/The Drunkenness of Things Being Various' (Louis MacNeice's poetry), in Literatura na oewiecie, No. 1-2, pp. 402-7. [In Polish].

--, "Nie mo?na wsiloeae dwa razy do tej samej taksowki: o przekladach dwu wierszy Louisa MacNeice'a/You Can't Get Into the Same Taxi Twice-Two Poems by Louis MacNeice in Translation', in Dobrogoszcz, T., ed., Wspolczesna literatura brytyjska w Polsce, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Lodzkiego (Lodz), pp. 21-30. [In Polish].

MADDEN, DEIRDRE

OLINDER, Britta, 'Art and the Artist in Deirdre Madden's Fiction', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 103-13.

SHERIDAN, Louise, 'Memory, Nostalgia, Identity: Bernice Morgan's Waiting for Time and Deirdre Madden's Nothing is Black', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:2, pp. 23-9.

MAHON, DEREK

BREARTON, Fran, 'On Derek Mahon's First Principles', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Quinn, Irish Poetry, pp. 57-61.

BURTON, Brian, 'Derek Mahon's Poetry of Community', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Alcobia-Murphy, pp. 34-44.

CORCORAN, Brendan, '"Persisting for the Unborn": Derek Mahon's Elegiac Poetics', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:2, pp. 87-105.

MAHON, Derek, 'First Principles', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Quinn, Irish Poetry, pp. 55-6.

MATURIN, CHARLES ROBERT

AMAR, Adeline, '"Thou Sleepest, But We Do Not Forget Thee": Time and Memory in Charles Maturin's The Milesian Chief (1812)', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Alcobia Murphy & Maxwell, pp. 19-28.

HANSEN, Jim, 'The Wrong Marriage: Maturin and the Double-Logic of Masculinity in the Unionist Gothic', in Studies in Romanticism, 47:3, pp. 351-69.

KOSOK, Heinz, 'The Colonial Experience in the Works of Charles Robert Maturin', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 43-54.

--, 'The Gothic World of Melmoth the Wanderer', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 55-74.

MARSHALL, Ashley, 'Melmoth Affirmed: Maturin's Defense of Sacred History', in Studies in Romanticism, 47:2, pp. 12145.

MILBANK, Alison, 'Sacrificial Exchange and the Gothic Double in Melmoth the Wanderer and The Picture of Dorian Gray', in Morgan, Victoria, & Williams, Clare, eds., Shaping Belief'. Culture, Politcs and Religion in Nineteenth Century Writing, Liverpool UP (Liverpool), pp. 113-28.

MILLIGAN, ALICE

McNULTY, Eugene, 'The Place of Memory: Alice Milligan, Ardigh, and the 1898 Centenary', in IUR, 38:2, pp. 310-24.

MITCHEL, JOHN

KOSOK, H., 'Mitchel's Jail Journal--Irish or Australian? Reflections on Defining the Canon of National Literatures', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 91-102.

MOORE, BRIAN

See O'BRIEN, Flann: Bolton.

MOORE, GEORGE

GASPARI, Fabienne, 'Dans les coulisses de la societe dublinoise: A Drama in Muslin de George Moore/Dublin Society Behind the Scenes: George Moore's A Drama in Muslin', in Etudes irlandaises, 33:1, pp. 57-68. [In French].

PIERSE, Mary S., 'A Rather Religious George Moore?', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 285-306.

MOORE, THOMAS

NOLAN, J. C. M, 'In Search of an Ireland in the Orient: Tom Moore's "Lalla Rookh", in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:3, pp. 80-98.

MORGAN, LADY

BADIN ABBATE, Donatella, 'Tre primedonne del Grand Tour: Lady Montagu, Hester Thrale e Lady Morgan/Three Grand Tour Primadonnas', in Sensi, Claudio & Pellizzari, Patrizia eds, Viaggi e pellegrinaggi fra tre e ottocent, Edizioni dell'Orso (Alessandria) 33182. [In Italian].

DONOVAN, Julie, 'Text and Textile in Sydney Owenson's The Wild Irish Girl', in EireIreland, 43:3-4, pp. 31-57.

NAGLE, Christopher, 'Traveling Pleasures and Perils of Sensibility', in Wordsworth Circle, 39:1-2, pp. 49-52. [partly on The Wild Irish Girl]

SIFAKI, Evgenia, 'A Gendered Vision of Greekness: Lady Morgan's Woman: Or Ida of Athens', in Kolocotroni, Vassiliki & Mitsi Efterpi, eds., Women Writing Greece: Essays on Hellenism, Orientalism and Travel, Rodopi (Amsterdam), pp. 55-75.

MORRISSEY, SINEAD

See GROARKE: Collins.

MULDOON, PAUL

HENA, Omaar, 'Playing Indian/Disintegrating Irishness: Globalization and Cross-Cultural Identity in Paul Muldoon's "Madoc: A Mystery"', in Contemporary Literature, 49:2, pp. 232-62.

JARNIEWICZ, J., 'The Trinity of Irish Fathers: A Reading of Paul Muldoon's Cuba', in An Sionnach: A Journal of Literature, Culture, and the Arts, 4:2, pp. 118-24.

KARHIO, Anne: '"Truth? A Pebble of Quartz?": The Material Image and Dimensions of the Poetic in the Work of Paul Muldoon', see GENERAL STUDIES: Agnew, et al., pp. 135-45.

PATKE, Rajeev S. '"Responsibility" and "Difficulty" in the Poetry of Paul Muldoon', in Criticism, 50:2, pp. 279-99.

MURDOCH, IRIS

PARRY, Bronwyn C, 'Inventing Iris: Negotiating the Unexpected Spatialities of Intimacy', in History of the Human Sciences, 21:4, pp. 34-48.

WEESE, Katherine J., Feminist Narrative and the Supernatural The Function of Fantastic Devices in Seven Recent Novels, McFarland (Jefferson, NC).

MURPHY, ARTHUR

HEADLAND, Garry, 'Arthur Murphy and EighteenthCentury Stage Business', in Studies in Theatre & Performance, 28:1, pp. 23-37.

MURPHY, TOM

CARVALHO, Paulo Eduardo, '"Vivos no Tempo e ao mesmo tempo": 0 Concerto de Gigli, de Tom Murphy',/"Alive in Time and ar the Same Time": The Gigli Concert, by Tom Murphy', in Programme of O Concerto de Gigli, Teatro Nacional de Sao Joao (Oporto). [In Portuguese]

KUCH, Peter, 'The Gigli Concert in Brisbane and Sydney', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 163-76.

POULAIN, Alexandra, Le Theatre de Tom Murphy/Tom Murphy: Plays, Presses Universitaires de Caen (Caen), 240. [In French].

RYSCHKA, Birgit, Constructing and Deconstructing National Identity: Dramatic Discourse in Tom Murphy's The Patriot Game and Felix Mitterer's In der Lowengrube, Lang (Frankfurt), 270.

See McDONAGH: Murray.

NI CHUILLEANAIN, EILEAN

GILSENAN NORDIN, Irene, Reading Eilean Ni Chuilleanain, A Contemporary Irish Poet: The Element of the Spiritual, Edwin Mellen Press (Lewiston, NY).

NI DHUIBHNE, EILIS

ROSENDE PEREZ, Aida, 'Revisiting "Real" Ireland. New (Imagi)Nations in Eilis Ni Dhuibhne's The Dancers Dancing', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 291-8.

TALLONE, Giovanna, 'Past, Present and Future: Patterns of Otherness in Eilis Ni Dhuibhne's Fiction', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Coughlan & O'Toole, pp. 167-83.

WULFF, Helena, 'Ethnografiction: Irish Relations in the Writing of Eilis Ni Dhuibhne', in Pelan, Rebecca, ed., Eilis Ni Dhuibhne: Perspectives, Arlen House (Galway).

See O'BRIEN, EDNA: Wan-Lih Chan.

O'BRIEN, EDNA

LAMBKIN, Brian, 'The Emotional Function of the Migrant's "Birthplace" in Transnational Belonging: Thomas Mellon (1813-1908) and Andrew Carnegie (18351919)', in Journal of Intercultural Studies, 29:3, pp. 315-29.

MOONEY, Sinead, 'Edna O'Brien: "A Rose in the Heart of New York"', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Malcolm, C.A. & D., pp. 431-9.

NUNES, Charlotte, 'Return to the Lonely Self: Autonomy, Desire and the Evolution of Identity in The Country Girls Trilogy', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:2, 2007, pp. 39-47.

WAN-LIH CHAN, Ann, 'Daughters on Hunger Strike: The Irish Mother-Daughter Resistance Plot in the Stories of Edna O'Brien, Mary Lavin, Eilis Ni Dhuibhne and Mary Leland', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 54-64.[Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

WEN, Kai, 'A Sad Song of an Irish Woman--Analyzing Edna O'Brien's The Light of Evening', in World Literature Recent Developments (China), 3, pp. 19-20. [In Chinese].

O'BRIEN, FLANN

BAYON GARCIA, Cristina, & FERNANDEZ BAHILLO, Hector, 'Between Biographical Footprints and Legendary Traces: The Real and Imaginary Worlds of At SwimTwo-Birds by Flann O'Brien', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 363-70.

BOLTON, Jonathan, 'Comedies of Failure: O'Brien's The Hard Life and Moore's The Emperor of Ice Cream', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:3, pp. 118-33.

COYLE, John, 'Flann O'Brien in the Devil Era: Building Hell in Heaven's Despite', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 143-55.

FORDONSKI, K., 'Translating the Translated, Mistranslated and Untranslatable: Several Remarks upon the Polish Editions of At Swim-Two-Birds by Flann O'Brien', in PrzekLadaniec. A Journal of Literary Translation. No. 5 (Krakow), 1999, pp. 71-9.

ROBIN, Thierry, Flann O'Brien: un voyageur au bout du language /Flann O'Brien: Journeying to the extremities of language, Presses Universitaires de Rennes (Rennes), 240. [In French].

TAAFE, Carol, Ireland Through the Looking-Glass: Flann O'Brien, Myles na gCopaleen and Irish Cultural Debate, Cork UP (Cork).

VINTALORO, Giordano, 'Flann O'Brien's Real Ireland', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 347-53.

See BECKETT: Breuer.

See RIORDAN: Pilny.

O'BRIEN, KATE

TUCKER, Amanda, 'A Space Between: Transnational Feminism in Kate O'Brien's Mary Lavelle', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:1, pp. 82-95.

See LE FANU: Mentxaka.

O CADHAIN, MAIRTIN

DE PAOR, Louis, 'Introducing Mairtin O Cadhain', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 10-17.

--& O TUAIRISG, L, Mairtin O Cadhain, 'Beirt Eile/Another Couple', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 58-64. [Trans.]

MHAC AN tSAOI, Marie, 'Cuimhne ar Mhairtin O Cadhain', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, p. 33. [In Irish]

NIC DHIARMADA, Briona, 'Utopia, Anti-Utopia, Nostalgia and O Cadhain', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 53-7.

NI GHAIRBHI, Roisin, 'I dTosach do bhi an Briathar: "Deacracht" Cre Na Cille', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 47-52. [In Irish]

O CADHLA, Stiofan, 'The Gnarled and Stony Clods of Townland's Tip: Mairtin O Cadhain and the "Gaelic" Storyteller', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 40-6.

O CATHASAIGH, Aindrias, 'A Vision to Realise: O Cadhain's Politics', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 18-27.

O hANLUAIN, Eoghan, 'Iseal agus Uasal: Sracfheachaint ar Ghneithe De Scribneoireacht Mhairtin Ui Chadhain', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 36-9. [In Irish]

O hEIGEARTAIGH, Cian, 'Mairtin O Cadhain: Politics and Literature', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 28-32.

O SCOLAI, Darach, 'L'ombre d' O Cadhain sur les ecrivains de langue gaelique', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 34:1, pp. 34-5. [In French]

O'CASEY, SEAN

LOOBY, Robert, 'Looking for the Censor in the Works of Sean O'Casey (and Others) in Polish Translation', in Translation and Literature, 17:1, pp. 47-64.

See SHAW: Kosok.

O'CONNOR, FRANK

WINSTON, Greg, 'Frank O'Connor: "Guests of the Nation" and "My Oedipus Complex", see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Malcolm, C.A. & D., pp. 211-20.

O'CONNOR, JOSEPH

ESTEVEZ SAA, Jose Manuel, 'A "True Believer": Joseph O'Connor Imagining Dublin in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 71-8.

MOYNIHAN, Sinead, '"War is not a Map": Irish America, Transnationalism and Joseph O' Connor's Redemption Falls', in Comparative American Studies, 6:4, pp. 358-73.

--. '"Ships in Motion": Crossing the Black and Green Atlantics in Joseph O' Connor's Star of the Sea', in Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations, 12:1, pp. 41-58.

See TOIBIN: Scatasta.

O'DONNELL, MARY

GONZALEZ ARIAS, Luz Mar, 'Poemas desde las fronteras del arte: Conversaciones con Mary O'Donell y Celia de Freine / Poems from the Frontiers of Art: Conversations with Mary O'Donell and Celia de Freine', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Palacios-Gonzales & Gonzales Fernandez, pp. 141-59. [In Spanish].

LOJO RODRIGUEZ, Laura Ma, '"At the Heart of Maternal Darkness": Infanticidal Wish in the Poetry of Mary O'Donnell and Eavan Boland', in Nordic Irish Studies, 7, pp. 103-16.

PALACIOS GONZALEZ, Manuela, 'En Santiago de Compostela con Mary O'Donnell / In Santiago de Compostela with Mary O'Donnell', in Boletin Galego de Literatura, 38, (2007). pp. 143-59. [In Galician].

O'DONNELL, PEADAR

O'NEIL, Timothy M, 'Handing Away the Trump Card? Peadar O'Donnell, Fianna Fail, and the Non-Payment of Land Annuities Campaign, 1926-32', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:1, pp. 19-40.

O'DONOGHUE, GREGORY

HUBBARD, Tom, Rev. of Ghost Dance by Gregory O'Donoghue, in Cyphers, 64, pp. 47-49.

O'FAOLAIN, SEAN

DELANEY, Paul, 'The Desire for Clarity: Sean O'Faolain's "Lovers of the Lake"' see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Malcolm, C.A. & D., pp. 448-55.

KENT, Brad, 'Sean O'Faolain and Pierre Elliott Trudeau's Midcentury Critiques of Nationalism', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:1, pp. 128-45.

KOSOK, Heinz, 'The Man Who Invented "The Man Who Invented Sin": Sean O'Faolain and His Finest Story', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 249-68.

O'FLAHERTY, LIAM

O'HARE, Shawn, 'The Short Stories of Liam O'Flaherty', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Malcolm, C.A & D., pp. 221-6.

O'KELLY, DONALD

HERRERO MARTIN, Rosana, 'Language Performativity in Donald O'Kelly's Catalpa (1995) and Edna Walsh's Disco Pigs (1996): Two Radical Theatre Proposals', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 231-42.

O'MALLEY, MARY

See BOLAND: Buckley.

PARK, DAVID

HERRON, Tom, "Learning How to Live: David Park's The Truth Commissioner', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 17-30.

PARKER, STEWART

WALLACE, Clare, ed., Stewart Parker--Television Plays, Litteraria Pragensia (Prague), 579.

--, DAWE, Gerald, & JOHNSTON, Maria, eds., Stewart Parker--Dramatis Personae and Other Writings, Litteraria Pragensia (Prague), 121.

PATTERSON, GLENN

HICKS, Patrick, 'A Conversation with Glenn Patterson', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 12:2, pp. 106-19.

MAGENNIS, Caroline, 'Interview with Glenn Patterson', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 115-21.

PAULIN, TOM

RAWLINSON, Mark, 'After War: Writing about World War in a Post-War Era?', in Pine, Richard, & Patten, Eve, eds., Literatures of War, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), pp. 380-99.

See JOYCE: Lange.

PEARSE, PATRICK

MARKEY, Anne, 'Patrick Pearse, Boyish Spirituality and Irish National Identity', Thymos. 2:2, pp. 140-53.

RIORDAN, ARTHUR

PILNPY, Ondrej, 'My Kingdom for a Pun: Myles na gCopaleen, Erwin Schrodinger and The Third Policeman in Improbable Frequency', in Irish Theatre International, 1.1, pp. 38-52.

SHAW, BOB

MAUME, Patrick, 'Futures Past: The Science Fiction of Bob Shaw and James White as a Product of Late-Industrial Belfast', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Lyons & O'Malley-Younger, pp. 193-214.

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD

ARRINGTON, Lauren, 'The Censorship of O'Flaherty V.C.', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 85-106.

CONOLLY, L.W., 'The First Sergius: Shaw's Advice to Bernard Gould for the premiere of Arms and the Man', in Essays in Theatre, 21:1 & 2, pp. 31-48.

--, 'The Matter with Irving: Bernard Shaw and Irving Reconsidered', in Foulkes, Richard, ed., Henry Irving: A Re-Evaluation of the Pre-Eminent Victorian Actor-Manager, Aldershot (Ashgate), pp. 185-93.

DUNCAN, Dawn, 'A Postcolonial Perspective on Shaw's Border-Crossing Saint Joan', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 145-54.

EINSOHN, Howard Ira, 'The Summoned Self Under Siege: Shaw, Ricoeur, Poetics of Personhood in Too True to Be Good', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 112-36.

EISENMANN, Maria, 'George Bernard Shaws Saint Joan und Bertolt Brechts Die heilige Johanna der Schlachthofe: Ein intertextuell-thematischer Vergleich / George Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan and Bertolt Brecht's Saint Joan of the Stockyards', in Ahrens, Rudiger, Eisenmann, Maria, & Merkl, Matthias, eds., Moderne Dramendidaktik im Englischunterricht / Teaching Modern Drama, Winter (Heidelberg), pp. 105-24. [In German].

EMIGH, John, 'A Connecticut Yankee on the Court Theatre Stage: An Ancestor for Undershaft', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 65-84.

ETIENNE, Anne, '"England's Trouble is Ireland's Opportunity": Blanco Posnet l'Abbey Theatre', in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:1, pp. 83-98. [In French].

FRANE, Susanne, Frauen aus Mannerhand: Ein Paradigma in der englischen und amerikanischen Literatur des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts / Women Made by Men: A Paradigm in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century English and American Literature, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 267-98. [In German].

GAHAN, Peter. 'John Bull's Other War: Bernard Shaw and the Anglo-Irish War, 1918-1921', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 209-38.

GORNER, Rudiger, "Rheintochter an der Therese oder: Zur Bedeutung von G.B. Shaws Wagner-Kritiken / The Rhine Daughters on the Thames, or: The Importance of G.B. Shaw's Reviews of Wagner', in Bermbach, Udo, ed., Wagnerspectrum: Schwerpunkt: Wagner und Fantasy, Hollywood / Wagner and Fantasy, Hollywood, pp. 159-74. [In German].

INNES, C. D., & BOGAR, Brigitte, 'The Art of War: Music in Shaw's Plays', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 137-52.

KENT, Brad, 'The Banning of George Bernard Shaw's The Adventures of the Black Girl in Search of God and the Decline of the Irish Academy of Letters', in IUR, 38:2, pp. 274-91.

KOSOK, Heinz, 'Two Irish Perspectives on World War h Bemard Shaw and Sean O'Casey', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 165-78.

LENKER, Lagretta Tallent, 'Shaw: The Bellicose Pacifist', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 1-10. NUNEZ, Domingos, "Idiot in the Absurd Country: The Brazilian Version for Bernard Shaw's Play The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles by Cia Ludens', in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 167-70.

O'LEARY, Daniel, 'Censored and Embedded Shaw: Print Culture and Shavian Analysis of Wartime Media', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 168-87.

PASINI, Joy A., 'Honorable and Dishonorable Killing: The Gender of War in Caesar and Cleopatra', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 45-64.

SATRAN, David, 'The Chocolate Cream Soldier and the "Ghastly Failure" of Bernard Shaw's Arras and the Man', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 11-33.

SCHWEIGER, Hannes, 'Bernard Shaw's Joyriding in Germany and Austria: A Politics of Cultural Intemationalism', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 153-67.

WEINTRAUB, Stanley, 'Disraeli in Shaw', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 411-20.

--, 'How to Lose an Empire: Shaw's "Secretary for America" and General Burgoyne', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 34-44.

ZHANG, Mingai, 'A Research into Bernard Shaw's Outlook on Society from Major Barbara and Mrs. Warren's Profession', in Journal of Kunming University of Science and Technology (Social Sciences) (China), 8:10, October, pp. 86-91. [In Chinese].

ZORN, Christa, 'Cosmopolitan Shaw and the Transformation of the Public Sphere', in SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, 28:1, pp. 188-208. See WILDE: Vatain.

SHERIDAN, JIM

CROSSON, Sean, '"They Can't Wipe us out, They Can't Lick Us. We'll Go on Forever Pa, 'Cause We're the People': Misrepresenting Death in Jim Sheridan's In America (2003)', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 65-71. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

SHERIDAN, THOMAS

WRIGHT, Julia M., '"Wel Gelun a Gud?': Thomas Sheridan's Brave Irishman and the Failure of English', in Irish Studies Review, 16:4, pp. 445-60.

SHIELS, GEORGE

MURRAY, Christopher, ed., George Shiels: Selected Plays, Colin Smythe (Gerrards Cross), 410.

SOMERVILLE, E & ROSS, MARTIN

GARAVEL, Andrew J., '"Green World": The Mock-Pastoral of The Irish R.M.', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 92-100. [Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

STEPHENS, JAMES

MAcCARTHY, Anne, 'James Stephens's Personal Selection from Selected Poems (1926)', in Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, pp. 299-310.

STERNE, LAURENCE

BERGER, Dieter A., 'Sternes Tristram Shandy und sein Onkel Toby: Sentimentale Schrulligkeit im empirischen Weltverstandnis / Sterne's Tristram Shandy and his Uncle Toby: Sentimental Eccentricity and an Empiricist View of the World', in Berger, Dieter A., Englischer Humor--literarisch / English Humour in Literature, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trief), pp. 57-62. [In German].

HOPMANN, Erika Sophie, Die Organisation der Sinne: Wahrnehmungstheorie und Asthetik in Laurence Sternes Tristram Shandy / The Organisation of the Senses: Theory of Perception and Aesthetics in Laurence Steme's Tristram Shandy, Konigshausen & Neumann (Wurzburg), 280. [In German].

JAUSLIN, Kurt, 'Holbeins Bein: Traktat uber das Verschwinden des Autors in den Wortwelten unter Berufung auf die Herren Arno Schmidt, Jean Paul und Laurence Sterne / A Treatise on the Disappearance of the Author in Verbal Worlds with Reference to Arno Schmidt, Jean Paul, and Laurence Sterne', in Jauslin, Kurt, Im Unterholz des Unnahbaren: Studien zur Ikonologie Arno Schmidts / Studies on Iconology in Arno Schmidt, Stutz (Passau), pp. 137-75. [In German].

JEHLE, Oliver, Forma moralis: Laurence Sterne und die Freiheit der Linie / Laurence Sterne and the Freedom of the Line, Schnell & Steiner (Regensburg), 212. [In German].

SPRANG, Felix, 'Tristram Shandy und die Anthropologia nova--Systematik in Literatur und Medizin / Tristram Shandy and anthropologia nova--Systematics in Literature and Medicine', in Richter, Sandra, & Pethes, Nicolas, eds., Medizinische Schreibweisen: Ausdifferenzierung und Transfer zwischen Medizin und Literatur (1600-1900) / Medical Discourses: Differentiation and Transfer between Medicine and Literature, Niemeyer (Tubingen), pp. 171-87. [In German].

See SWIFT: Gregori.

STOKER, BRAM

BRIEFEL, Aviva, 'Hands of Beauty, Hands of Horror: Fear and Egyptian Art at the Fin de Siecle', in Victorian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Social, Political, and Cultural Studies, 50:2, pp. 263-71.

EIGHTEEN-BISANG, Robert, MILLER, Elizabeth, & BARSANTI, Michael, Bram Stoker's Notes for Dracula: A Facsimile Edition, McFarland (Jefferson, NC).

LONATI, Francesco, Tradizione, Traduzione, Tras-fusione. Dracula dal testo allo schermo / Tradition, translation, Transfusion. Dracula from Text to Screen, Aracne (Roma) 2007, 224 [In Italian]

SANCHEZ-PRADO, Ignacio M, 'Dying Mirrors, Medieval Moralists and Tristram Shandies: The Literary Traditions of Fernando del Paso's Palinuro of Mexico', in Comparative Literature, 60.2, pp. 142-63.

SHIMOKUSU, Masaya, 'Corpse or Changeling?: An Irish Folkloric Aspect of Bram Stoker's Dracula', in Doshisha Studies in English, 84, pp. 57-70.

SWIFT, JONATHAN

ACKERLEY, Chris, "'The Last Ditch": Shades of Swift in Samuel Beckett's "Fingal"', in Eighteenth-Century Life, 32:2, pp. 60-7.

BALTES, Sabine, '"The Grandson of that Ass Quin": Swift and Chief Justice Whitshed', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 126-46.

--, 'Anything but Human: Gods, Beasts, and Demons in Swift's Poems on William Wood', in Real, pp. 375-91.

BARNARD, Toby, 'John Lyon and Irish Antiquarianism in the Time of Swift', in Real, pp. 245-54.

BECKER-CANTARINO, Barbara, 'Demaskierung der Dame: Swifts The Lady's Dressing Room / Unmasking the Lady: Swift's The Lady's Dressing Room', in Fullmann, Rolf, ed., Der Mensch als Konstrukt: Festschrift fur Rudolf Drux zum 60. Geburtstag, Aisthesis (Bielefeld), pp. 97-108. [In German].

BENEDICT, Barbara M., 'Self, Stuff and Surface: The Rhetoric of Things in Swift's Satire', in Hudson, pp. 93-107.

BERGER, Dieter A., "Swifts misogyne Satire / Swift's Misogynist Satire', in Berger, Dieter A., Englischer Humor--literarisch / English Humour in Literature, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 73-9. [In German].

BOYLE, Frank T., 'New Science in the Composition of A Tale of a Tub', in Real, pp. 175-84.

CARNOCHAN, W.B., 'Who Was Podefar? Swift in the Journal to Stella', in Real, pp. 47-54.

CARPENTER, Andrew, "Gulliver's Travels: An Event for Voices', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 167-76.

COL, Norbert, 'Bowel Motion: Gulliver's (E)sc(h)atological Travel', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 111-25.

CONNOLLY, Sean, 'Swift and History', in Real, pp. 187-202.

DOWNIE, J.A., 'Gulliver's Fourth Voyage and Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding', in Real, pp. 453-64.

DURING, Michael, 'On Swift in his Madhouse and Pregnant Queens: The Creative Reception of Dean Swift in (Soviet-)Russian Plays and Narrative Prose', in Real, pp. 533-48.

ELIAS, Jr, A.C., 'Reforming Mankind: Lemuel Gulliver, Constantia Grierson, and the Limits of Source Studies', in Real, pp. 17-28.

ERSKINE-HILL, Howard, '"Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift": The Interest of Cuts and Gaps', in Hudson, pp. 143-59.

FISCHER, John Irwin, '"In pity to the empty'ng Town": Who's Who, Where's What? And Who's the Poet?', in Real, pp. 287-307.

FROES, Joao, 'Contemporary Writings in Answer to Orrery's Remarks on Swift', in Real, pp. 55-65.

GREGORI, Flavio, '"Inverted Sublime": Humorism in the Nineteenth-Century Italian Reception of Swift and Sterne', in Real, pp. 491-518.

HARTVIG, Gabriella, 'Hungarian Gulliveriads: Gulliver's Travels in Faremido, Capillaria, and Kazohinia', in Real, pp. 519-31.

--, 'A Bibliography of Jonathan Swift's Works and Reception in Hungary', in Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies, Dept of English Literatures and Cultures, U of Pecs (Pecs), pp. 80-92.

HAWES, Clement, 'Scaling Greatness in Gulliver's Travels', in Real, pp. 407-27.

HIGGINS, Ian, "An Argument against Abolishing Christianity and its Contexts', in Real, pp. 203-23.

--, 'Killing No Murder: Jonathan Swift and Polemical Tradition', in Hudson, pp. 39-54.

HUDSON, Nicholas, ed., Swift's Travels: Eighteenth-Century British Satire and Its Legacy, CUP (Cambridge), xiii + 304.

INGRAM, Allan, 'Madness at Tub Time: Swift Writing Insanity', in Real, pp. 165-73.

JUHAS, Kirsten, "Viewing "the diamond 'midst the dunghill shine': Anna Young Smith's Poetic Response upon Reading Swift's Poems', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 147-55.

KARIAN, Stephen, 'Edmund Curll and the Circulation of Swift's Writings', in Real, pp. 99-129.

--, 'Swift's First Poem: "Ode to the Honourable Sir William Temple"', in Huntington Library Quarterly, 71:3, pp. 489-501.

KELLY, Ann Cline, 'Swift's Unmoralized Ovid: Baucis and Philemon and Book Four of Gulliver's Travels', in Real, pp. 441-51.

KOSOK, Heinz, 'Stages in the Captain's Career: Dramatisations of Gulliver's Travels', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 9-26.

--, 'The Captain's German Offspring: Children's Versions of Gulliver's Travels', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Kosok, pp. 27-42.

LAMB, Jonathan, 'Swift, Leviathan and the Persons of Authors', in Hudson, pp. 25-38.

McLAVERTY, James, 'The Failure of the Swift-Pope Miscellanies (1727-32) and The Life and Genuine Character of Doctor Swift (1733)', in Real, pp. 131-48.

McMINN, Joseph, 'The Prosecution of Power: Swift's Defence of Ireland', in Real, pp. 365-73.

MANNION, Elizabeth, 'Swift Plays of the Abbey Theatre', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 156-66.

MAY, James E., 'Swift in the Antiquarian Book Trade, 2007-2008', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 10-79.

--, 'Revising Teerink: A Critique with Notes towards a Revised Descriptive Bibliography of Swift', in Real, pp. 69-98.

MOORE, Sean, 'Swift and Ireland's Revenue: The Public-Finance Context of Irish Economic Pamphleteering', in Real, pp. 393-403.

PASSMANN, Dirk F., & REAL, Hermann J., 'Barbarism, Witchcraft, and Devil Worship: Cock-and-Bull Stories from Several Remote Nations of the World', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 94-110.

--, 'The Intellectual History of "Self-Love" and Verses on the Death of Dr Swift', in Real, pp. 343-62.

PRITCHARD, Jonathan, 'Jonathan Swift and the Duke of Savoy', Notes and Queries, 55:3, pp. 319-26.

PROBYN, Clive T., 'Swift's Early Odes: The Unreadable in Search of the Unspeakable', in Real, pp. 275-86.

--, 'Blindness and Insight: The World, the Text (of Jonathan Swift), and the Criticism of Edward Said', in Eighteenth-Century Life, 32:2, pp. 68-80.

RABB, Melinda Alliker, 'Postmodernizing Swift', in Real, pp. 29-43.

REAL, Hermann J., ed., Reading Swift: Papers from The Fifth Munster Symposium on Jonathan Swift, Fink (Munchen), 571.

--, 'Professor Frank Hale Ellis (1916-2007): A Personal Memoir', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 7-9.

--, 'Facta Sunt Servanda: Or, A Plea for a (Swiftian) Return to Scholarly Sanity', in Poetica, 68 (2007), pp. 17-38.

--, 'Jonathan Swift', in Enzyklopadie des Marchens: Handworterbuch zur historischen und vergleichenden Erzahlforschung / Encyclopedia of Fairy Tales: A Handbook of Historical and Comparative Narratology, 13:1, pp. 79-83. [In German].

--, 'Swift's Modest Proposal, Irony, and Malcolm Bradbury', in The Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, 22:3, pp. 13-7.

ROGERS, Pat, 'Swift and the Poetry of Exile', in Hudson, pp. 124-42.

ROGERS, Shef, 'An Extra Echo to Swift's Epigraph for Gulliver's Travels (1735)', in Notes and Queries, 55:3, p. 326.

ROSEN, David, & SANTESSO, Aaron, 'Swiftian Satire and the Afterlife of Allegory', in Hudson, pp. 11-24.

ROSS, Ian Cambell, 'Swift and the City', in Kennedy, Maire, ed, Reading Gulliver, Dublin City Libraries (Dublin), pp. 1-27.

RUMBOLD, Valerie, 'Locating Swift's Parody: The Title of Polite Conversation', in Real, pp. 255-72.

SABOR, Peter, ""Some Private Edition of his Works": Frances Burney and Swift', in Real, pp. 467-82.

SOUPEL, Serge, 'Gulliver, Metamorphosis, Gods, Demigods, and Heroes', in Real, pp. 429-40.

WALSH, Marcus, 'Telling Tales and Gathering Fragments: Swift's Tale of a Tub', in Real, pp. 151-63.

WEINBROT, Howard D., 'Swift's Thirtieth of January Sermon: Politics, the Pulpit, and the Choice of Strife', in Real, pp. 225-44.

WENDEL, Sabine, 'Sybil Le Brocquy's A View on Vanessa: An Exercise in Historiographical Meta-Drama', in Real, pp. 483-90.

WOMERSLEY, David, "Swift's Shapeshifting', in Hudson, pp. 108-23.

WOOLLEY, James, 'Swift's "Skinnibonia': A New Poem from Lady Acheson's Manuscript', in Real, pp. 309-42.

ZACH, Wofgang, 'Swiftian Satire or Family Entertainment? The Frame-Story and Ending of the American TV-Version of Gulliver's Travels', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Izarra & Bastos, pp. 473-82.

ZIMPFER, Nathalie, 'From "Rabelais in His Senses" to the "Father of Black Humour': Notes on Jonathan Swift's Critical Reception in France', in Swift Studies, 23, pp. 80-93.

See ARBUCKLE: Holmes.

See BECKETT: Perloff.

See JOHNSTON, D: Morash.

SYNGE, JOHN MILLINGTON

CRAWFORD, Nicholas, 'Synge's Playboy and the Eugenics of Language', in Modern Drama, 51:4, pp. 482-500.

GILLEN, Shawn, 'Synge's The Aran Islands and Irish Creative Nonfiction', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 11:4, pp. 129-35.

LELE, Veerendra, 'Reading Dialogic Correspondence: Synge's The Aran Islands', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 11:4, pp. 124-9.

POULAIN, Alexandra, 'La Nation defiguree: l'envers du decor dans The Well of the Saints / A Distorted Nation: The Well of the Saints, beyond appearances', in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:1, pp. 69-79. [In French].

RICHARDS, Shaun, 'Synge and the "Savage God", in Etudes irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 21-30.

SADDLEMYER, Ann, 'Synge's The Aran Islands (1907)', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 11:4, pp. 120-3.

THURSTON, KATHERINE CECIL

O'TOOLE, Tina. 'Nomadic Subjects in Katherine Cecil Thurston's Max', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Coughlan & O'Toole, pp. 79-98.

TOIBIN, COLM

DELANEY, Paul, ed, Reading Colm Toibin, Liffey Press (Dublin).

RYAN, Matthew, 'Abstract Homes: Deterritorialisation and Reterritorialisation in the Work of Colm Toibin', in Irish Studies Review, 16:1, pp. 19-32.

SCATASTA, Gino, 'The Brave New World of Post-Christian Italy: L'Italia di Colm Toibin e Joseph O'Connor', in Morosetti, Tiziana, ed., L'Italia nelle letterature di lingua inglese dal 1900 a oggi, Quaderni dei '900, VII, (2007), pp. 119-25 [In Italian].

TOIBIN, Colm, 'The Art of Being Found Out', in London Review of Books, Mar 20, 30:6, pp. 24-7.

--, 'Selling Tara, Buying Florida,' in Eire-Ireland, 43:1-2, pp. 11-25.

TRENCH, MELESINA

KITTREDGE, Katharine, 'A Long-Forgotten Sorrow: The Mourning Journal of Melesina Trench', in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 21:1, pp. 153-77.

TREVOR, WILLIAM

FITZGERALD-HOYT, Mary, 'William Trevor's Cheating at Canasta (2007), Cautionary Tales for Contemporary Ireland', in New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, pp. 117-33.

GARCIA ARRANZ, Libe, 'Classical Fairy Tales in Modern Landscapes: Felicia's Journey, by William Trevor', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 193-9.

IMHOF, Rudiger, Rev. of William Trevor's Late Short Stories, in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 141-6.

KENNY, John, 'William Trevor: Uncertain Grounds for Assured Art', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Malcolm, C.A. & D. pp. 480-7.

WALSH, EDNA

LACHMAN, M., 'Przepis na Irlandie / Irish Recipes for Success--Enda Walsh's Walworth Farce', in Dialog, 3 (2007), pp. 85--92 [In Polish].

RAAB, Micheal, "Enda Walsh: Lebenslange Theaterkerkerhafl / Enda Walsh: A Life Sentence in the Theatre', in Die Deutsche Buhne, 3, pp. 40-1. [In German].

WEAVER, Jesse, 'Cracks in the Glass', in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:35, pp. 22-30.

See O'KELLY: Herrero Martin.

WHITE, JAMES

See SHAW, BOB: Maume.

WILDE, OSCAR

ACKERMAN, Alan, 'Form and Freedom in The Importance of Being Earnest', in Smith, pp. 142-50.

AHMADGOLI, Kamran, & SMALL, Ian, 'The Creative Editor: Robert Ross, Oscar Wilde and the Collected Works', in English Literature in Transition 1880-1920, 51:2, pp. 138-51.

ALEXANDER, Jonathan, "Dorian Gray in the Twentieth Century: The Politics and Pedagogy of Filming Oscar Wilde's Novel', in Smith, pp. 75-82.

AQUIEN, Pascal, 'Sardoodledom Revisited, or a few trivial remarks about Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband (1895)', in Etudes irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 9-20.

BASHFORD, Bruce, 'The Critic as Student: An Argumentative Approach', in Smith, pp. 24-34.

BERGER, Dieter A., "Oscar Wildes viktorianische Heroinen / Oscar Wilde's Victorian Heroines', in Berger, Dieter A., Englischer Humor--literarisch / English Humour in Literature, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 95-100. [in German].

BLACK, Joel, 'Romantic Legacies in fin-de-siecle and Early Twentieth-Century Fiction', in Gillespie, Gerald, Engel, Manfred, & Dieterle, Bernard, eds., Romantic Prose Fiction, Benjamins (Amsterdam), pp. 596-609.

BRISTOW, Joseph, "All Men Kill the Thing They Love': Romance, Realista, and "The Bailad of Reading Gaol", in Smith, pp. 230-47.

--, Oscar Wilde and Modern Culture: The Making of a Legend, Ohio UP (Athens, Ohio).

CAI, Xi, 'On Oscar Wilde's Art of Lying', in Journal of Dalian University (China), 29:2, April, pp. 76-9. [in Chinese].

CONSTAN VALVERDE, Sergio, 'El te literario de Dorio de Gaez: plagio para un homenaje a Oscar Wilde / Dorio Gaez's Literary Tea: Plagiarism to Pay Homage to Oscar Wilde', in Lorenzo Modia, Maria Jesus, ed., Proceedings from the 31st International AEDEAN Conference, Universidade da Coruna (A Coruna), pp. 3-10. [On CD-Rom]. [In Spanish].

COPPA, Francesca, 'Teaching Melodrama, Modernity, and Postmodernity in Lady Windemere's Fan', in Smith, pp. 117-25.

DE TORO SANTOS, Antonio Raul, & CANCELO LOPEZ, Pablo, eds., 'A proposito de una traduccion. Ricardo Baeza. El Sol (9-09-1925, p1) / On the Subject of a Translation. Ricardo Baeza. El Sol (9-09-1925, p1)', in Vertere. Monograficos de la revista Hermeneus, 10. Teoria y practica de la traduccion en la prensa periodica espanola (1900-1965) / Vertere. Monographics of Hermeneus Magazine, 10. Theory and Practice of Translation in the Spanish Periodical Press (1900-1965), pp. 109-13. [In Spanish]

--, 'La perfida errata y el traductor sin imaginacion. Ricardo Baeza. El Sol (15-11-1928, p1) / The Perfidious Erratum and the Translator without Imagination. Ricardo Baeza. El Sol (15-11-1928, p1)', in Vertere. Monograficos de la revista Hermeneus, 10. Teoria y practica de la traduccion en la prensa periodica espanola (1900-1965) / Vertere. Monographics of Hermeneus Magazine, 10. Theory and Practice of Translation in the Spanish Periodical Press (1900-1965), pp. 126-9. [In Spanish]

--, 'Notas criticas. A. Rodriguez de Leon. El Sol (31-05-1929, p. 2)/Critical Notes. A. Rodriguez de Leon. El Sol (31-05-1929, p. 2)', in Vertere. Monograficos de la revista Hermeneus, 10. Teoria y practica de la traduccion en la prensa periodica espanola (1900-1965) / Vertere. Monographics of Hermeneus Magazine, 10. Theory and Practice of Translation in the Spanish Periodical Press (1900-1965), pp. 130-1. [In Spanish]

DIEHL, Heath A., 'Learning the Importance of Being an Eamest Reader through "De Profundis" and "Gross Indecency", in Smith, pp. 220-9.

DIERKES-THRUN, Petra, "The Brutal Music and the Delicate Text'? The Aesthetic Relationship between Wilde's and Strauss's Salome Reconsidered", in Modern Language Quarterly: A Journal of Literary History, 69:3, pp. 367-89.

--, 'Salome, C'est Moi? Salome and Wilde as Icons of Sexual Transgression', in Smith, pp. 171-179.

EILERS, Alexander, Im Auftrag der Schonheit: Oscar Wildes Amerika-Tournee / On a Mission from Beauty: Oscar Wilde's Tour through America, litblockin (Fernwald), 85. [In German].

--, 'Anmerkungen zu Oscar Wildes "The English Renaissance" / Notes on Oscar Wilde's "The English Renaissance", in Archiv fur das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, 244:2 (2007), pp. 318-23. [In German].

--, 'Oscar Wilde--Die Lehrjahre des Astheten /Oscar Wilde--The Aesthete's Apprenticeship', in Marburger Forum, 8:1 (2007), <http://www.philosophia_ online.de/mafo/heft2007-1/Ei_Wil.htm>. [In German].

ELFENBEIN, Andrew, 'On the Discrimination of Influences', in Modern Language Quarterly: A Journal of Literary History, 69:4, pp. 481-507.

ELTIS, Sos, 'An Introductory Approach to Teaching Wilde's Comedies', in Smith, pp. 100-7.

ENDRES, Nikolai, 'Teaching The Picture of Dorian Gray as a "Gay" Text', in Smith, pp. 62-74.

FANG, Hong, & LIU, Maosheng, "The Portrait of Dorian Gray: Between Aestheticism and Morality', in Journal of Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University (China), 6 December, pp. 79-82. [in Chinese].

GAO, Huizi, 'The Worship Of Youth and Wilde's Theory of Creation', in Journal of Henan Institute of Education (Philosophy and Social Sciences) (China), 27:3, pp. 130-1. [In Chinese].GLADDEN, Samuel Lyndon, 'Unveiling Salome: The Word-Made-Flesh Undone', in Smith, pp. 180-7.

GU, Meilong, "Beauty and Crime--The Aesthetic Plight of Oscar Wilde's "The Fishing Man and His Soul", in Journal of Lishui University (China), 6, December, pp. 46-8. [in Chinese].

HE, Yu, KONG, Yanjiao, & YU, Wenfang, 'A Brief Discussion on the Influence of Salome on "Wu Si" Drama', in Journal of Shaoguan University (China), 29:7, July, pp. 8-10. [In Chinese].

HIGGINS, Lesley, & LEPS, Marie-Christine, "A "Complex, Multiform Creature" No More: Governmentality Getting Wilde', in College Literature, 35:3, pp. 96-119.

JARRIN, Casey A., "You Have the Right to Refuse Silence: Oscar Wilde's "Prison Letters" and Toro Clarke's Glimpses of an Irish Felon's Prison Life', in Eire-Ireland, 43:3, pp. 85-117.

JIANG, Meng, 'Images in Oscar Wilde's Fairy Tales and Their Aesthetic Implications', in Journal of Chengde Teachers College for Nationalities (China), 28:4, November, pp. 35-8. [In Chinese].

KILLEEN, Jarlath, 'Teaching Oscar Wilde: "The Portrait of Mr. W. H." and the Crisis of Faith in Victorian England and English Studies', in Smith, pp. 196-203.

KINGSTON, Angela, Oscar Wilde as a Character of Victorian Fiction, Palgrave Macmillan, (Basingstoke), 320.

KNOX-RAAB, Melissa, "A Method for Using Biography in the Teaching of Oscar Wilde's Comedies', in Smith, pp. 108-16.

KUSCHEL, Karl-Josef, 'Der Kunstler zwischen Christusrolle und Judasrolle: Oscar Wilde, Rainer Maria Rilke, Gottfried Benn / The Artist Between the Roles of Christ and Judas: Oscar Wilde, Rainer Maria Rilke, Gottfried Benn', in Kronawetter, Karl H., & Langer, Michael, eds., Von Gott und der Welt: Ein theologisches Lesebuch /A Theological Reader, Pustet (Regensburg), pp. 157-73. [In German].

LAW, Joe, 'Using Wilde's Intentions to Help Students Establish Wilde's Intentions', in Smith, pp. 188-95.

LI, Xiao-lei, & YE, Fang, 'Reanalysis on Three Psychic Zones in The Picture of Dorian Gray', in Journal of Zhangzhou University (China), 25:6, December, pp. 44-6. [In Chinese].

LIAO, Shujuan, & LIU, Mousheng, 'Oscar Wilde's Aestheticism in "The Selfish Giant", in Journal of Yichun College (China), 30:1, February, pp. 103-6. [In Chinese].

LIU, Maosheng, 'The Moral Metaphor in The Portrait of Dorain Gray', in Foreign Literature Studies (China), 5, pp. 137-43. [In Chinese].

LU, Yu, 'Yu Dafu and Oscar Wilde', in Journal of Weinan Teachers University (China), 23:3, May, pp. 40-3. [In Chinese].

LUO, Lie, 'The Diversity of Feminist Discourse in May Fourth Era Advanced by the Translation of Henrik Ibsen and Oscar Wilde's Plays', in Collection of Women's Studies (China), 4:87, July, pp. 42-51. [In Chinese].

McDONALD, Ronan, 'Are We All Critics Now?' in Irish Theatre Magazine, 8:34, pp. 36-41.

MARCOVITCH, Heather, 'Oscar Wilde', in Nineteenth-Century British Dramatists, Thomson Gale (Detroit, MI), pp. 354-68.

NAVARRE, Joan, 'Oscar Wilde and the Motif of Looking: An Approach to Teaching Gender Issues in Salome', in Smith, pp. 157-62.

--, 'Paul Verlaine and A Platonic Lament: Beardsley's Portrayal of a Parallel Love Story in Wilde's Salome', in English Literature in Transition 1880-1920, 51:2, pp. 152-63.

PREISSLE, Robert, 'Wilde in the Comparative Arts Course: Teaching An Ideal Husband', in Smith, pp. 135-41.

REISSNER, Simone, Uber Oscar Wilde: Eine psychoanalytische Betrachtung / Oscar Wilde: A Psychoanalytical Examination, Ahriman (Freiburg), 2 CDs. [In German].

RODEN, Frederick, 'The Love That Dare Not Teach Its Name: Wilde, Religious Studies, and Teaching Tolerance', in Smith, pp. 212-19.

ROSE, D. C., 'The Shorter Fiction Approached and Questioned', in Smith, pp. 83-92.

ROSS, Iain, "'Charmides" and The Sphinx: Wilde's Engagement with Keats', in Victorian Poetry, 46:4, pp. 451-65.

RUDDICK, Nicholas, 'Teaching Wilde's Fairy Tales: Aestheticism as Social and Cultural Critique in "The Happy Prince" and "The Nightingale and the Rose"', in Smith, pp. 93-9.

SALAMENSKY, S. I., 'Tomorrow on Triah Wilde's Case in the Classroom', in Smith, pp. 204-11.

SAMMELLS, Neil, "The Irish Wilde', in Smith, pp. 35-41.

SHANNON, Beth Tashery, 'Viewing Salome Symbolically', in Smith, pp. 163-70.

SHEPHERD-BARR, Kirsten, 'Wilde about Ibsen: The Fusion of Dramatic Modes in A Woman of No Importance', in Smith, pp. 126-34.

SMITH, Philip E., ed., Approaches to Teaching the Works of Oscar Wilde, MLA (New York).

--,'Oscar Wilde and the 1890s: A Single-Figure Course', in Smith, pp. 42-51.

SZALCZER, Eszter, 'Teaching Oscar Wilde's Salome in a Theater History and Dramatic Literature Seminar', in Smith, pp. 151-6.

TEARLE, Oliver. 'Dorian Gray's Schoolbooks', in Notes and Queries, 55:4, pp. 463-5.

VATAIN, Julie, 'Face to face in word and translation: playing with words and playing with accents in two scenes by Oscar Wilde and G.B. Shaw', in Etudes Irlandaises, 33:2, pp. 91-104.

WALDREP, Shelton, 'Gray Zones: Teaching The Picture of Dorian Gray as a Victorian Novel'. in Smith, pp. 52-61.

WALZ, Sandra, Ta'nzerin um das Haupt: Eine Untersuchung zum Mythos "Salome" und dessen Rezeption durch die europaische Literatur und Kunst des Fin de Siecle / Dancer for the Head: A Study of the Salome Myth and Its Reception in European Fin-de-Siecle Literature and Art, Meidenbauer (Munchen), 628. [In German].

WANG, Lu, 'Reproducing the Stylistic Features of The Importance of Being Earnest', in Journal of Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications (Social Science) (China), 10:1, March, pp. 57-62. [In Chinese].

YANG, Heng, "Salome: A Sad Song of Aestheticism', in Journal of Liaoning Normal University (Social Science Edition) (China), 31:2, March, pp. 108-10. [in Chinese].

YANG, Ni, 'On the Characteristics of Oscar Wilde's Fairy Tales'. in Journal of Yunnan Normal University (Humanities and Social Sciences) (China), 39:6, November, pp. 130-4. [In Chinese].

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--, 'On Oscar Wilde's Anarchic Political View Revealed in The Soul of Man Under Socialism', in Journal of Yunnan Nationalities University (Social Sciences) (China), 25:5, September, pp. 145-8. [In Chinese].

--, 'On Oscar Wilde's Comedy of Manners', in Journal of Honoko University (China), 6:1, February, pp. 657. [In Chinese].

--, 'The Reasons of Wilde's Political View of Anarchism', in Journal of Simao Teachers College (China), 24:2, April, pp. 41-4. [In Chinese].

YANG, Xianping, 'Suffering the Former Happiness: On Oscar Wilde's The Happy Prince', in Journal of Hotan Teachers College (China), 28:3, July, pp. 68-9. [In Chinese].

ZHANG, Jieming, & GAO, Jianhong, 'A Modernist Explanation Of Oscar Wilde's Drama', in Journal of Uancheng Teachers University (Humanities & Social Sciences Edition) (China), 28:1, February, pp. 806. [In Chinese].

ZHANG, Jing, 'An Analysis of the Aesthetic Implications in "The Fisherman and His Soul", in Journal of Yangtze University (Social Sciences Edition) (China), 31:5, October, pp. 339-40. [In Chinese].

ZI, Xuan, 'Cruel Beauty and Detachment: The Detached Aesthetic Consciousness Reflected in "The Nightingale and the Rose"', in Journal of Mudanjiang College of Education (China), 6:112, pp. 7-8. [In Chinese].

See JOYCE: Backus.

See MATURIN: Milbank.

WILSON, ROBERT McLIAM

ALIAGA RODRIGO, Esther, 'Robert McLiam Wilson's Eureka Street: Real or Imagined Ireland', see GENERAL STUDIES, LITERATURE: Carrera, pp. 65-70.

HICKS, Patrick, 'The Failure of Parenting and the Success of Love in Robert McLiam Wilson's Ripley Bogle and Eureka Street', in Irish Studies Review, 16:2, pp. 131-41.

WOODS, VINCENT

BASTOS, Beatriz Kopschitz, 'Interviewing Vincent Woods', in ABEI Journal, No.10, pp. 111-27.

YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER

ANTONIELLI, Arianna, 'William Butler Yeats's "The Symbolic System" of William Blake', in Estudios Irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 3, pp. 10-28.[Electronic Journal]. <http://www.estudiosirlandes es.org>.

--, 'Il simbolismo teosofico nella Visione yeatsiana / The Thesophical Symbolism of Yeats's A Vision', in Rivista Italiana di Teosofia, No. 3, (2007), pp. 27-32; No. 4, pp. 2430; No. 5, pp. 26-32. [In Italian]

ARAKI, Eiko, 'Yeats's Reasons for Keeping Silent', in Bulletin of Osaka City University, Hyougen Bunka, 3, pp. 21-35.

ARMSTRONG, Charles Ivan, Rev. of Our Secret Discipline: Yeats and Lyric Forro by Helen Vendler, in Nordic Irish Studies, Vol.7, pp. 167-73.

ARRINGTON, Lauren, '"I Sing What Was Lost and Dread What Was Won': W.B. Yeats and the Legacy of Censorship', in IUR, 38:2, pp. 222-42.

BEN-MERRE, David, 'The Brawling of a Sparrow in the Eaves: Vision and Revision in W. B. Yeats', in Journal of Modern Literature, 31:4, pp. 71-85.

BODY, Edit, 'A hos es egyes valtozatai W. B. Yeats nehany dramajabn" / The hero and his variations in some of W. B. Yeats's dramas', in Balasko, Maria & Balazs, Geza, eds., Konvergencidk 2003-2006, NyME (Szombathely), pp. 317-25. [In Hungarian].

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