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The Tree of Liberty: Radicalism, Catholicism and the Construction of Irish Identity 1760-1830 by Kevin Whelan1
Transformations in Irish Culture by Luke Gibbons2
Remembrance and Imagination: Patterns in the Historical and Literary Representation of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century by Joep Leerssen4
Crazy John and the Bishop, and Other Essays on Irish Culture by Terry Eagleton5
The keeper's recital : music and cultural history in Ireland, 1770-1970 by Harry White6
Present Lasts a Long Time: Essays in Cultural Politics by Francis Mulhern7
Poets and Politics: Continuity and Reaction in Irish Poetry, 1558-1625 by Marc Caball8
Ireland After History by David Lloyd9
Ireland's Others: Ethnicity and Gender in Irish Literature and Popular Culture by Elizabeth Butler Cullingford10
Circe's Cup: Cultural Transformations in Early Modern Writing About Ireland by Clare Carroll11
Revival: The Abbey Theatre, Sinn Fein, the Gaelic League, and the Co-Operative Movement by P. J. Mathews12
Golden Ages And Barbarous Nations: Antiquarian Debate And Cultural Politics In Ireland, C.1750–1800 by Clare O'Halloran14
Foreign Affections: Essays on Edmund Burke by Seamus Deane15
Map-making, Landscapes And Memory: Colonial And Early Modern Ireland c.1530 - 1750 by William J. Smyth16

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Critical Conditions: Field Day Essays and Monographs is published by University of Notre Dame Press and Field Day Books

3. Mere Irish and Fíor-Ghael: Studies in the Idea of Irish Nationality, its Development and Literary Expression Prior to the Nineteenth Century by Joep Leerssen was previously published by John Benjamins Pub. Co., 1986.

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13. Native and natural : aspects of the concepts of "Right" and "Freedom" in Irish BY Peter McQuillan

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