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Field Day Review, 2, 2006 by Seamus Deane
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Field Day Review, 2, 2006

by Seamus Deane

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ESSAYS ~ Siobhán Kilfeather, Alice Maher s Materials ~ James Chandler, A Discipline in Shifting Perspective: Why We Need Irish Studies ~ Emer Nolan, Irish Melodies and Discordant Politics: Thomas Moore s Memoirs of Captain Rock (1824) ~ Marjorie Howes, Postcolonial Yeats: Culture, Enlightenment, and the Public Sphere ~ Maud Ellmann, Ulysses: Changing into an Animal ~ Peter McQuillan, Suairceas in the Seventeenth Century ~ Michael Griffin and Breandán Mac Suibhne, Da s Boat; or, Can the Submarine Speak? A Voyage to O Brazeel (1752) and other Glimpses of the Irish Atlantis ~ Sara Smyth, Shooting for the State? Photos from the National Photographic Archive ~ Susan McKay, You can make your wee film. But no cameras : Unionism in 2005 ~ Richard Bourke, Antigone and After: Ethnic Conflict in Historical Perspective REVIEW ESSAYS ~ Joe Cleary, The World Literary System: Atlas and Epitaph ~ Katie Trumpener, The Stasi is My Eckermann ~ Joseph P. Buttigieg, Empire of Liberty: A Futile and Bloody Aspiration ~ Terry Eagleton, Fascists ~ John Gibney, Reading, Writing and Print in Early Modern Ireland ~ T. H. Breen, An Irish Revolution in Eighteenth-Century America? ~ Enda Leaney, Vested Interests: Science and Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Ireland ~ Gavin Foster, In the Shadow of the Split: Writing the Irish Civil War ~ Tony Crowley, Monolingual Ireland s Dead and Gone ... ~ Willy Maley, Letter from Glasgow: Where the Streets have No Shame REVIEWS ~ Peter Gray, Nicholas Allen, Liam Harte, Máirín Nic Eoin, Bill Kissane, D. Alan Orr

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