Sources of Irish Literary History and Criticism
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  • Alspach, Russell K., Irish Poetry from the English Invasion to 1798 (1943).
  • Allen, Michael and Angela Wilcox, Critical Approaches to Anglo-Irish Literature (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1989).
  • Andrews, Elmer, ed., Contemporary Irish Poetry (London: Macmillan 1990).
  • Beckett, J. C. ‘Literature in English 1691-1800’, Chp. XIV of T. W. Moody, ed., Eighteenth-Century Ireland 1691-1800, Vol. IX of FX Martin et al., eds., New History of Ireland (Clarendon P. 1986).
  • Belanger, Jacqueline, ed., The Irish Novel in the Nineteenth Century; Facts and Fictions (Dublin: Four Courts Press 2005), 247pp. [14 papers from conference of 2001, incl. Joe Cleary, et al.]
  • Boyd, E. A., Ireland’s Literary Renaissance (Dublin & London: Maunsel, 1916; revised edition New York: Knopf, 1922; reiss. Dublin: Figgis; New York: Barnes and Noble 1968).
  • Brooke, Stopford [with Charles Gavan Duffy and Douglas Hyde], The Need and Use of getting Irish Literature into the English Tongue, T. Fisher Unwin (1893), pp.11-12.
  • Brophy, James & Eamon Grennan, New Irish Writing (Twayne 1989) [?anth].
  • Brown, Malcolm, The Politics of Irish Literature: From Thomas Davis to W. B. Yeats (Seattle: University of Washington Press; London: Allen and Unwin, 1972), 431pp.
  • Brown, Stephen, A Guide to Books on Ireland (Dublin: Hodges Figgis 1912;
    rep. Shannon:IUP 1969).
  • Brown, Stephen, Ireland in Fiction, a guide to Irish novels, tales, romances, and folklore, Vol. 1 (Dublin: Maunsel 1919; rep. 1968) [based on prev. A Readers’ Guide to Irish Fiction 1910].
  • Brown, Terence, Ireland’s Literature: Selected Essays (Mullingar, Co. Westmeath: Lilliput Press; Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble, 1988).
  • Brown, Terence, Ireland: A Social and Cultural History, 1922-1979 (London: Fontana 1981).
  • Brown, Terence, Northern Voices: Poets from Ulster (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1975). .
  • Brown, Terence, and Nicholas Grene, eds., Tradition and Influence in Anglo-Irish Poetry (London: Macmillan 1989).

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  • Caball, Marc Poets and Politics: Reaction and Continuity in Irish Poets 1558-1625 [Critical Conditions series] (Cork UP 1998), 224pp.
  • Cahalan, James, Great Hatred, Little Room: The Irish Historical Novel (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 1983).
  • Cahalan, James, The Irish Novel: A Critical History (Boston 1988; Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1988).
  • Cahalan, James, Modern Irish Literature and Culture: A Chronology (NY GK Hall/Macmillan 1993) [author information; projected].
  • Cahill, Susan and Thomas, A Liteary Guide to Ireland (NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons 1973). .
    Cairns, David, and Shaun Richards, Writing Ireland: Colonialism, Nationalism and Culture (Manchester University Press; New York: St Martin’s Press, 1988).
  • Carpenter, Andrew. ed., Place, Personality and the Irish Writer (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1977).
  • Chaudry, Yug Mohit, Yeats: The Irish Literary Revival and the Politics of Print (Cork UP 2001).
  • Clarke, Desmond, ed., Ireland in Fiction, Vol. 2, (1985) [2nd vol. of Do., ed. Stephen Brown].
  • Clarke, Austin, Poetry in Modern Ireland (3 Candles 1951).
  • Colgan, Valerie and Celia Keenan, The Big Guide to Irish Children’s Books (1996).
  • Connolly, Peter, ed., Literature and the Changing Ireland (Gerrards Cross 1982) [IASAIL Maynooth].
  • Corcoran, Neil, ed., The Chosen Ground: Essays on the Contemporary Poetry of Northern Ireland (Poetry Wales Press/Severn Books 1991) [Dufour ?1992].
  • Corkery, Daniel, Synge and Anglo-Irish Literature (Cork:Cork University Press, 1931).
  • Corkery, Daniel, The Hidden Ireland: A Study of Gaelic Munster in the Eighteenth Century (Dublin: Gill, 1925; reprinted Gill and Macmillan, 1979).
  • Costello, Peter, The Heart Grown Brutal: The Irish Revolution in Literature from Parnell to the Death of Yeats 1891-1939 (Gill & Macmillan 1977).
  • Craik, George I., A Compendium of English Literature and of the English Language, 2 vols (Charles Griffin 1898) [chps. on Swift and Burke, in which the latter is referred to as ‘our greatest writ[ing] on practical politics’, without reference to his Irish nationality].
  • Cronin, Anthony, Heritage Now: Irish Literature in the English Language (Dingle, Co. Kerry: Brandon Press; New York: St Martin’s Press, 1982).
  • Cronin, John, The Anglo-Irish Novel, Vol. 1: The Nineteenth Century (Belfast: Appletree Press 1980).
  • Cronin, John, The Anglo-Irish Novel, Vol. 2: 1900-1940 (Belfast: Appletree Press 1990).

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  • Dawe, Gerald, and Edna Longley, eds., Across the Roaring Hill: the Protestant Imagination in Modern Ireland (Blackstaff 1985) [essays on Yeats, Synge, Beckett, MacNeice, Bowen, Hewitt, Rodgers, and contemp. Ulster writers; cover shows painting by Basil Blackshaw].
  • de Blacam, Aodh, Gaelic Literature Surveyed, revised edition (Dublin: The Talbot Press, 1974).
  • de Fréine, Seán, The Great Silence, 2nd edition (Dublin and Cork:Mercier Press, 1978).
  • Deane, Seamus, A Short History of Irish Literature (London: Hutchinson; Notre Dame:University of Notre Dame Press, 1986).
  • Deane, Seamus, Celtic Revivals: Essays in Modern Irish Literature 1880-1980 (London: Faber and Faber 1985 [n.e. 1987]; Winston-Salem, North Carolina:Wake Forest University Press, 1986).
  • Deane, Seamus, ed., Nationalism, Colonialism and Literature (Minneapolis:Field Day Company and University of Minnesota Press, 1990).
  • Donoghue, Denis, We Irish: Essays on Irish Literature and Society (Brighton:Harvester Press, 1986, New York: Knopf, 1987).
  • Dunn, Douglas, ed., Two Decades of Irish Writing (Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire: Carcanet 1975) [essays by S. Deane, Michael Allen, Donald Davie, Stan Smith, Terence Brown, Michael Longley, Seamus Heaney, Edna Longley, Michael Smith, DES Maxwell, James Atlas, Lorna Sage, Roger Garfitt, and Tom Paulin.).
  • Dunne, T. J. ed., The Writer as Witness: Literature as Historical Evidence (Cork: Irish Historical Studies, 1987).

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  • Eager, Alan, A Guide to Irish Bibliographical Material: A Bibliography of Irish Bibliographies and Sources of Information (1960; rep. 1980) [var. A Guide to Irish Bibliographical Material and Some Sources of Information; Bodleian Cat.].
  • Eglinton, John, Anglo-Irish Essays (Dublin: Maunsel 1917).
  • Eglinton, John, Literary Ideals in Ireland [with W. B. Yeats, AE, and William Larminie] (T. Fisher Unwin/Dublin Daily Express 1899; rep. Lemma 1973).
  • Fallis, Richard, The Irish Renaissance: An Introduction to Anglo-Irish Literature (New York: Syracuse UP 1977; Gill & Macmillan 1978).
  • Fanning, Charles, The Irish Voice in American Fiction (Kentucky UP 1991).
  • Farren, Robert, The Course of Irish Verse in English (Sheed & Ward 1948).
  • Feeney, M., ‘Print for the People: The Growth in Popular Writings and Reading Facilities in Ireland 1820-1850’, unpubl. thesis (TCD 1982).
  • Flanagan, Thomas, The Irish Novelists 1800-1850 (London 1958; New York: Columbia UP 1959).
  • Foster, John Wilson, Forces and Themes in Ulster Fiction (Dublin: Gill and Macmillan; Totowa NJ: Towman & Littlefield 1974).
  • Foster, John Wilson, Fictions of the Irish Revival: A Changling Art [Irish Studies] (Syracuse UP; Dublin: Gill and Macmillan 1987).
  • Foster, John Wilson, Colonial Consequences (Syracuse UP 1990).
  • Freeman, Philip, Ireland and the Classical World (Texas UP 2001).
  • Ganz, J. (transl.), Early Irish Myths and Sagas (Harmondsworth:Penguin Books, 1981).
  • Garratt, Robert, Modern Irish Poetry: Tradition and Continuity from Yeats to Heaney (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1986), 322pp. with index.
  • Gillis, Alan A., & Aaron Kelly, Critical Ireland: New Essays in Literature and Culture (Dublin: Four Courts 2001), 288pp.
  • Goldring, Maurice, Pleasant Scholar’s Life: Irish Intellectuals and the Construction of the Nation State (London: Serif 1993), 179pp. [see also under Mod. Hist.].
  • Garratt, Robert F., Modern Irish Poetry, Tradition ad Continuity from Yeats to Heaney (1986), 322pp. .
  • Graham, Colin, Deconstructing Ireland: Identity, Theory, Culture (Edinburgh UP 1998; rep. 2001), 192pp.
  • Greene, David, The Irish Language (Dublin: Three Candles, 1966).
  • Gwynn, Stephen, Irish Literature and Drama in the English Language (1936).

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  • Haberstroh, Patricia Boyle, Women Creating Women: Contemporary Irish Women Poets (Syracuse UP 1995) .
  • Haffenden, John, Viewpoints: Poets in Conversation (Faber 1981).
  • Hall, W. E., Shadowy Heroes: Irish Literature of the 1890s (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 1980).
  • Harmon, Maurice, ed., Image and Illusion: Anglo-Irish Literature and its Contexts (Dublin: Wolfhound 1979), 174p. JORD.
  • Harmon, Maurice, Modern Irish Literature, 1800-1967 (1967).
  • Harmon, Maurice, Select Bibliography for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature and its Backgrounds: An Irish Studies Handbook (Dublin: Wolfhound 1976).
  • Harmon, Maurice, ed., The Irish Writer and the City (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe; Totowa, New Jersey:Barnes and Noble, 1984).
  • Harvey, Clodagh Brennan, Contemporary Irish Traditional Narratives: the English Language Tradition (California UP 1991); folklore and mythology studies, no.35, 144pp.
  • Hayley, Barbara, and Christopher Murray, eds., Ireland and France: a bountiful friendship, literature, history and ideas; essays in honour of Patrick Rafroidi (Gerrards Cross 1992), 221pp.
  • Hederman, Mark Patrick, and Richard Kearney, eds., The Crane Bag Book of Irish Studies 1977-1981 (Dublin: Blackwater Press, 1982); also listed as 1986.
  • Herbison, Ivan, Presbyterian Politics and Poetry in Nineteenth-century Ulster: Aspects of Ulster-Scots Literary Tradition (IIS 2001), 32pp.
  • Hogan, Ita, Anglo-Irish Music, 1780-1830 (Cork 1966).
  • Hogan, J[eremiah] J., The English Language in Ireland (1927).
  • Hogan, Robert, ed., Dictionary of Irish Literature (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1979).
  • Hogan, Robert, After the Irish Renaissance: A Critical History of the Irish Drama since ‘The Plough and the Stars’ (Minneapolis: Minnesota UP 1967).
    Hogan, Robert and James Kilroy, eds., Lost Plays of the Irish Renaissance, Vol. I: The Abbey Theatre (NY:Proscenium 1970) [also cited as California:Dixon].
  • Hogan, Robert, and Richard Burnham, eds., Lost Plays of the Irish Renaissance, Vol III: The Cork Dramatic Society (NY:Proscenium 1984).
  • Hogan, Robert and James Kilroy, eds., The Modern Irish Drama, A Documentary History, Vol I: ‘The Irish Literary Theatre 1899-1901’ (Dublin: Dolmen 1975).
  • Hogan, Robert and James Kilroy, eds., The Modern Irish Drama, A Documentary History, Vol II: ‘Laying the Foundations 1903-1904’ (Dublin: Dolmen 1976).
  • Hogan, Robert and James Kilroy, eds., The Modern Irish Drama, A Documentary History, Vol III:The Abbey Theatre, The Years of Synge’ (Dublin: Dolmen 1978).
  • Hogan, Robert and Richard Burnham, eds., The Years of O’Casey, 1921-26: A Documentary History, Vol VI and last of Modern Irish Drama ser. (Delaware UP; Colin Smythe 1992) [this book said to have been designed by Liam Miller].
  • Howarth, Herbert, The Irish Writers 1880-1940: Literature Under Parnell’s Star (London: Rockliff[e] 1958).
  • Hutchinson, John, The Dynamics of Cultural Nationalism: The Gaelic Revival and the Creation of the Irish Nation State (London: Allen and Unwin, 1987).
  • Hyde, D[ouglas], A Literary History of Ireland (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1899; revised editions London: Ernest Benn, 1967, 1980).

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  • Imhof, Rüdiger ed., Contemporary Irish Novelists [Studies in English and Comparative Literature, ed. Michael Kenneally and Wolfgang Zach] (Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag 1990), 223pp. .
  • Innes, C. L., Women and Nation in Irish Literature (Wheatsheaf 1993).
    Jeffares, A. Norman, Images of Imagination: Irish Essays (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1992).
  • Jeffares, A. Norman, Parameters of Irish Literature in English (1986).
  • Jeffares, A. Norman, Anglo-Irish Literature (London: Macmillan 1982).
  • Johnston, Dillon, Irish Poetry After Joyce (Notre Dame University Press; Dublin: The Dolmen Press, 1985; rep. Syracuse 1996). [Joyce, rather than Yeats the model of mod. Irish verse].
  • Kearney, Richard, ed., The Irish Mind (1985).
  • Kelly, John, ‘The Fall of Parnell and the Rise of Anglo-Irish Literature: An Investigation’, in Anglo-Irish Studies, Vol II (1976), pp.1-23.
  • Kenner, Hugh, A Colder Eye: The Modern Irish Writers (London: Allen Lane 1983).
  • Kenneally, Michael, ed., Cultural Contexts and Literary Idioms (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1989).
  • Michael Kenneally, ed., Poetry in Contemporary Irish Literature (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1995).
  • Kenny, Herbert, Literary Dublin: A History (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1974), 336pp.
  • Kersnowski, Frank C., et al., eds., A Bibliography of Modern Irish and Anglo-Irish Literature (San Antonio[: Texas UP] 1976).
  • Kiberd, Declan, Synge and the Irish Language (London: Macmillan 1979; 2nd ed. 1993), 294pp.
  • Kiberd, Declan, Inventing Ireland: the Literature of a Modern Nation (Jonathan Cape 1995).
  • Kiely, Benedict, Modern Irish Fiction: A Critique (Dublin: Golden Eagle Books, 1950).
  • Kilroy, James F., ed., Recent Research on Anglo-Irish Writers (NY: MLA 1983) [incl. Diane Tolomeo, ‘Modern Fiction’, pp.268-98].
  • King, Bruce, ed., Literatures of the World in English (1974).
  • Knott, Eleanor, Irish Classical Poetry (Dublin: Sign of the Three Candles, 1957).
  • Komescu, Okifumo, and Masaru Sekine, eds., Irish Writers and Politics (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1991).
  • Kosok, Heinz., ed. Studies in Anglo-Irish Literature (Bonn: Bouvier 1982).
  • Krans, Horatio R., Irish Life in Irish Fiction (1903).
  • Kreilkamp, Vera, Anglo-Irish Novel and the Big House (Syracuse UP 1998), 192pp.

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  • Law, Hugh Alexander, Anglo-Irish Literature (Talbot, Dublin 1926; Folcroft 1974).
  • Leerssen, Joseph Th., Mere Irish and Fíor-Ghael (Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1986).
  • Leerssen, ‘Anglo-Irish Patriotism and its European context, notes towards a reassessment’, in 18th c. Ireland, vol. 3 (1988), p.7-24.
  • Lernout, Geert, The Crow Behind the Plough: History and Violence in Anglo-Irish Poetry and Drama (Amsterdam:Rodopi/Atlanta 1993), 173pp.
  • Lloyd, David, ‘“Pap for the Dispossessed”: Seamus Heaney and the Poetics of Identity’, Boundary 2 (Winter/Spring 1985), pp.319-42.
  • Lloyd, David, ‘Arnold, Ferguson, Schiller: Aesthetic Culture and the Politics of Aesthetics’, in Cultural Critique, no. 2 (Winter 1985-86), 163-69.
  • Lloyd, David, ‘The Colonial Subject’, in The Irish Review (1988), expanded version, ‘Writing in the Shit: Beckett, Nationalism and the Colonial Subject’, in Modern Fiction Studies, vol. 35 no. 1 (Spring 1989).
  • Lloyd, David, Anomalous States: Irish Writing and the Post-colonial Moment (Dublin: Lilliput 1993).
  • Lloyd, David, Nationalism and Minor Literature: James Clarence Mangan and the Emergence of Irish Cultural Nationalism (Berkeley:Cal. UP 1987).
  • Loftus, Richard J., Nationalism in Modern Anglo-Irish Poetry (Madison & Milwaukee: Wisconsin UP 1964).
  • Longley, Edna, Poetry in the Wars (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne:Bloodaxe Books, 1986).
  • Longley, Edna, The Living Stream: Literature and Revisionism in Ireland (Bloodaxe Books 1994).
  • Longley, Edna & Declan Kiberd, Multiculturalism: The View from Two Irelands (Cork UP 2001), 80pp.
  • Lubbers, K., Geschichte der irischen Erzahlprosa, Bd.1: Von den Anfangen bis zum ansgehenden 19. Jahrhundert (Munich:Fink, 1985).
  • Lucy, Seán, ed., Irish Poets in English [Thomas Davis essays on Anglo-Irish Poetry] (Mercier 1972) [contains essays by Lucy, Eilean Ni Chuilleanain, A. N. Jeffares, Roger McHugh, Maurice Harmon, Thomas Kinsella, et al.].
  • Lyons, F. S. L., ‘The Battle of Two Civilisations’, [chapter of cultural history] in Ireland Since the Famine (Fontana 1971).
  • Lyons, F. S. L., Culture and Anarchy in Ireland 1890-1939 (OUP 1979).
    Mac Réamoinn, Seán. ed., The Pleasures of Gaelic Poetry (London: Allen Lane 1982).

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  • MacCana, Prionsias, Celtic Mythology (London: Hamlyn, 1970).
  • MacDonagh, Thomas, Literature in Ireland and studies in Anglo-Irish Literature (T Fisher Unwin l9l6; Talbot 1916); also given as Studies in Irish and Anglo-Irish [no literature].
  • McHugh, Roger, intro., Ireland’s Field Day [Field Day Pamphlets] (London: Hutchinson 1985; Notre Dame UP 1986).
  • MacManus, Francis, ‘Imaginative Literature and the revolution’, in Desmond Williams, ed., The Irish Struggle 1916-1926 (1966).
  • MacManus, Francis, ‘The Literature of the Period’, in Francis MacManus, ed., The Years of the Great Test 1926-39 (Cork 1967).
  • McCormack, W. J., Sheridan Le Fanu and Victorian Ireland (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1980).
  • McCormack, W. J., Ascendancy and Tradition in Anlgo-Irish Literature (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1985).
  • McCormack, W. J., The Battle of the Books (Dublin: Lilliput 1986); .
  • McCormack, W. J., Dissolute Characters: Irish Literary History through Balzac, Sheridan Le Fanu, Yeats and Bowen (Manchester UP 1993), 260[360]pp.; .
  • McGee, T. D’Arcy, The Irish Writers of the Seventeenth Century (Dublin: Duffy, 1846; reprinted New York: Lemma, 1974).
  • McHugh, Roger and Maurice Harmon, Short History of Anglo-Irish Literature: From its Origin to the Present Day (Dublin: Wolfhound; New York: Barnes & Noble 1982).
  • McKenna, Brian, Irish Literature: 1800-1875: A Guide to Information Sources 1800-1875 (1978) [var. Unfamiliar Sources].
  • Martin, Augustine. ed., The Genius of Irish Prose (Cork: Mercier Press 1985).
  • Martin, Augustine, ‘Literature and Society 1938-51’, in Kevin Nowlan and Desmond Williams, eds., Ireland in the War Years and After 1939-1951 (1969).
  • Martin, Augustine, Anglo-Irish Literature (1980).
  • Maxwell, D. E. S., A Critical History of Modern Irish Drama 1896-1980 (Cambridge UP 1984); pb. 1985.
  • Mercier, Vivian, The Irish Comic Tradition (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1962).
  • Mercier, Vivian, Modern Irish Literature, Sources and Founders, ed. Eilís Dillon (OUP 1994).
  • Minahane, John, The Contention of the Poets: An Essay in Irish Intellectual History (Slovakia: Sanas 2001), 76pp.
  • Morse, Donald E., and Csilla Bertha, More Real Than Reality, The Fantastic in Irish Literature and the Arts (Greenwood Press 1991) [being no. 45 of Greenwood Science fiction and Fantasy series], 17 essays.
  • Morris, Lloyd R., The Celtic Dawn, A Survey of the Renascence in Ireland, 1889-1916 (NY 1917).
  • Morton, David, The Renaissance in Irish Poetry 1880-1930 (NY:Washburn 1929).
  • Moynahan, Julian, Anglo-Irish: The Literary Imagination in a Hyphenated Culture (Princeton UP 1995), 302pp. [0 691 03757 4].
  • Murphy, Daniel, Imagination and Religion in Anglo-Irish Literature 1930-1980 (IAP ?1987).
  • Murray, Christopher, Twentieth-Century Irish Drama: Mirror up to a Nation (Manchester UP 1997), 288pp.
  • Norreys Jephson O’Conor, ‘The Trend of Anglo-Irish Literature’, in the Irish Issue of The Bookman (August 1934), pp.233-34.

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  • O’Connor, F., The Backward Look: A Survey of Irish Literature (London: Macmillan 1967); reissued as A Short History of Irish Literature (New York: Putman, 1967).
  • O’Connor, Frank, The Backward Look: A Survey of Irish Literature (London: Macmillan 1967); in USA as A Short History of Irish Literature (NY: Putnam 1967).
  • O’Connor, Ulick, The Celtic Dawn (1984; rep. edn. Town House 1998).
  • Orel, H. ed., Irish History and Culture: Aspects of a People’s Heritage (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1976); rep. (Dublin: Wolfhound 1979).
  • Patrick McGee, Telling the Other: The Question of Value in Modern and Postcolonial Writing (Cornell UP ?1992).
  • Porter, R. and J. D. Brophy, eds., Modern Irish Literature: Essays in Honour of William York Tindall (New York: Iona College Press, 1972).
  • Power, Patrick C., The Story of Anglo-Irish Poetry (Cork: Mercier Press, 1967).
  • Power, Patrick C., A Literary History of Ireland (Cork: Mercier 1969). .
  • Rafroidi, Patrick, & Terence Brown, eds., The Irish Short Story (Gerrards Cross [q.d.]) [on Carleton, Le Fanu, J. B. Keane, Bryan MacMahon, James Joyce, Daniel Corkery, Liam O’Flaherty, Frank O’Connor, Sean O’Faolain, Patrick Boyle, Michael MacLaverty, Somerville and Ross, Geo. Moore, Seamus O’Kelly, Beckett, Joyce and John MacGahern].
  • Rafroidi, Patrick, and Maurice Harmon, eds., The Irish Novel in Our Time [Cahiers irlandaises, 4-5] (Lille: Univ. de Paris III 1975-76) .
  • Rafroidi, Patrick, Irish Literature in English: The Romantic Period, 1789-1850, 2 vols (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1980): Vol. 1, commentary; Vol 2, bibliography; these volumes published as L’Irlande et le Romanticisme, Lille, 1972 [see infra].
  • Rafroidi, Patrick, L’Irlande et le romanticisme: La littérature irlandaise-anglaise de 1789 a 1850 et sa place dans le mouvement occidental (Paris:Editions Universitaire 1972); also listed as L’Irlande .. Literature (Paris:Armand Colin 1970).
  • Rafroidi and Maurice Harmon, eds., The Irish Novel in Our Time [Cahiers irlandaises, 4-5] (Lille, 1975-76) .
  • Revival of Irish Literature, The: Addresses by Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, Dr George Sigerson, Dr Douglas Hyde (London: Fisher Unwin 1894; rep. Lemma 1973).
  • Rivollan, A., Litterature irlandaise contemporaine (Paris:Hachette 1939).
  • Roche, Anthony, Contemporary Irish Drama: From Beckett to McGuinness (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1995), 333pp. [0 7171 1734 0].
  • Ronsley, Joseph, ed., Myth and Reality in Irish Literature (Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1977), 329pp. [22 essays].
  • Royal Irish Academy, Committee for Anglo-Irish Literature, Handlist of Works in Progress (1974-).

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  • Schirmer, George A., Out of What Began: A History of Irish Poetry in English (Cornell UP 1998), 368pp.
  • Schliefer, Ronald, Genres of the Irish Literary Revival (1980).
  • Guiseppe Serpillo, Kingfishers: Essays on Irish and English Poetry (Newbridge: Goldsmith 2001), 136pp.
  • Sherry, Ruth, The Irish Working Class in Fiction’, in Jeremy Hawthorn, ed., The British Working Class Novel in the Twentieth Century (London 1971), pp.274-291. .
  • Seymour, St J. D., Anglo-Irish Literature 1200-1582 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1919 [FDA ERR?]); also listed as Dublin 1929; (rep. NY:Octagon 1970).
  • Sheehy, Jeanne, The Rediscovery of Ireland’s Past: The Celtic Revival 1830-1930 (London 1980).
  • Sloan, Barry, The Pioneers of Anglo-Irish Fiction 1800-1850 (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe; Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble, 1984).
    Snyder, Edward D., The Celtic Revival in English Literature 1760-1800 (Cambridge/Harvard 1923).
  • Stanford, W. B., Ireland and the Classical Tradition (Dublin: Allen Figgis, 1976).
  • Sullivan, Daniel, et al., The Anglo-Irish Novel (Dublin 1974).
  • TLS, Irish Issue: ‘The Irish Home and Abroad’, Oct. 1993.
  • Tymoczko, Maria Translation in a Postcolonial Culture (St Jerome Publ. 1998), 240pp.
  • Vance, Norman ‘Celts, Carthaginians, and Constitution: Ango-Irish Literary Relations, 1780-1820’, in Irish Historical Studies, vol. XXI (1981), pp.216-38. [See review by Riana O’Dwyer in Moderna Sprak, vol lxxxvi, no. 1, 1992].
  • Vance, Norman, Irish Literature: A Social History, Tradition, Identity and Difference (Oxford: Blackwell, 1990).
  • Wall, Richard, ed., Medieval and Modern Ireland (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smyth 1997), pp.34-59.
  • Walsh, Caroline, The Homes of Irish Writers (Dublin: Anvil 1983).
  • Warner, Alan, A Guide to Anglo-Irish Literature (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1981).
  • Watson, George J., Irish Identity and the Literary Revival (London: Croom Helm, 1979; rev. edn. 1995).
  • Weeks, Ann Owen, Irish Women Writers (Kentucky UP 1990).
  • Welch, Robert, A History of Verse Translation from the Irish (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1989).
  • Welch, Robert, Irish Poetry from Moore to Yeats (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1980).
  • Welch, Robert, Changing States: Transformations in Modern Irish Writing (Routledge 1993) [essays on Moore, Yeats, Synge, Joyce, Cary, Stuart, Beckett, Ó Cadhain, Seán Ó Riordain, Brian Friel, Seamus Heaney; also coda called ‘Seers and Dancers’].
  • Wills, Clair, Improprieties: Politics and Sexuality in Northern Irish Poetry (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1993).
  • Zach, W. and H[einz] Kosok, eds., Literary Interrelations: Ireland, England and the World, 3 vols (Tubingen: Gunter Narr, 1987).

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