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Articles from Eire-Ireland: a Journal of Irish Studies (September 22, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
"God save Ireland": Manchester-Martyr demonstrations in Dublin, 1867-1916. McGee, Owen 11860
"Ireland begins in the home": women, Irish national identity, and the domestic sphere in the Irish homestead, 1896-1912. MacPherson, James 9460
"Not quite Philadelphia, is it?": an interview with Eamonn McCann. Backus, Margot Gayle Interview 6995
"The gravest situation of our lives": conservatives, ulster, and the home rule crisis, 1911-14. Kennedy, Thomas C. 6813
Anger and nostalgia: Seamus Heaney and the ghost of the father. Frazier, Adrian Critical Essay 13628
Divisions within the Irish government over land-distribution policy, 1940-70. Jones, David Seth 11846
Editors' introduction. 1104
Fetal Ireland: national bodies and political agency. Conrad, Kathryn 8745
Johns Ford's festive comedy: Ireland imagined in The Quiet Man. Dowling, William C. Critical Essay 9395
Remembering Ireland's architecture of containment: "telling" stories in The Butcher Boy and States of Fear. Smith, James M. 8264
To be loved as a cupboard: the Yeats Museum in the National Gallery of Ireland. (Cover). Pyle, Hilary 4735

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