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An Irish Literature Reader, new edition.

An Irish Literature Reader, new edition

Maureen O'Rourke Murphy & James MacKillop

Syracuse University Press

1600 Jamesville Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13244-5160

0815630468, $29.95, www.syracuseuniversitypress.syr.edu

Ireland has more to offer the literary world than just limericks (although those are good too). "An Irish Literature Reader: Poetry, Prose, Drama" is a complete and comprehensive look at Irish creative writing through the ages, with countless samples and examinations of their creators. Now in a brand new edition, "An Irish Literature Reader" features a larger focus on Irish women writers and their contributions to the craft. A top pick for community library world literature collections.
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