Select Annual Listing of Books on Irish Literature & Its Contexts: 1995
Original Literary Works
Poetry Collections
Fiction (Short stories & Novels)
Drama (Plays & Collections)
Autobiography & Memoir
Biography (Literary & Historical)
Miscellaneous Writings
Scholarly Editions & Reprints
Anthologies, Interviews & Almanacs
Criticism & Commentary
Literary & Cultural Commentary
Critical Studies: Individual Authors
Language & Folklore Studies
Religion & Philosophy
Media & Entertainment
Arts & Architecture
History, Politics, & Society
Historical Studies: General
Historical Studies: 20th Century
Historical Studies: Centenary
Historical Studies: Ecclesiastical
Natural History & Topography
Politics, Economics & Society
Northern Ireland/Ulster
Women’s Studies
Reference Works & Digital Publications
Reference & Bibliography
Digital Publications
Journals & Special Issues

    Poetry Collections
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    Fiction (Short stories & Novels)
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    Drama (Plays & Collections
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    Autobiography & Memoir
  • xxx.

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    Biography (Literary & Historical)
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    Miscellaneous Writings
  • xxx.

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    Scholarly Editions & Literary Reprints
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    Anthologies, Interviews & Almanacs
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    Literary & Cultural Commentary
  • Anthony Roche, Contemporary Irish Drama: From Beckett to McGuinness (Gill & Macmillan 1995; 2nd edn. Palgrave Macmillan 2009) [q.pp.]
  • Janice Evelyn Holmes, Religious Revivalism and Popular Evangelicalism in Britain and Ireland 1859-1905 (QUB 1995), xxii, 281pp. [orig. PhD 1995].
  • Eve Patten, ed., Returning to Ourselves: Second Volume of Papers from the John Hewitt International Summer School (Belfast: Lagan Press 1995), xv, 395pp.

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    Critical Studies: Individual Authors
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    Language & Folklore Studies
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    Religion & Philosophy
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  • Media & Entertainment
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    Arts & Architecture
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    Historical Studies: General
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    Historical Studies: 20th Century
  • Jane H. Ohlmeyer, ed., Ireland from Independence to Occupation, 1641-1660 (Cambridge UP 1995), li, 324pp., ill., maps. [contents].

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    Historical Studies: Centenary Topic
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    Historical Studies: Ecclesiastical
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    Natural History & Topography
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  • Politics, Economics & Society
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    Northern Ireland/Ulster
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    Women’s Studies
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    Reference, Guides & Bibliography
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    Digital Publications
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    Journals & Special Issues
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Bibliographical details
Jane H. Ohlmeyer, ed., Ireland from Independence to Occupation, 1641-1660 (Cambridge UP 1995), li, 324pp., ill., maps. [contents] Jane Ohlmeyer, ‘Introduction: a failed revolution?’; Nicholas Canny, ‘What really happened in Ireland in 1641?’; Scott Wheeler, ‘Four armies in Ireland’; Rolf Loeber & Geoffrey Parker, ‘The Military Revolution in seventeenth-century Ireland’; Jane Ohlmeyer, ‘Ireland independent: confederate foreign policy and international relations during the mid-seventeenth century’; Michelle O'Riordan, ‘'Political' poems in the mid-seventeenth-century crisis’; John Adamson, ‘Strafford's ghost: the British context of Viscount Lisle's lieutenancy of Ireland’; Raymond Gillespie, ‘The Irish economy at war, 1641-1652’; Kevin McKenny, ‘The seventeenth-century land settlement in Ireland: towards a statistical interpretation’; Phil Kilroy, ‘Radical religion in Ireland, 1641-1660’; T. C. Barnard, ‘The Protestant interest, 1641-1660’; Aidan Clarke, ‘1659 and the road to Restoration’; T. C. Barnard, ‘Conclusion: settling and unsettling Ireland: the Cromwellian and Williamite revolutions’.

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