AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Eighteenth-Century Ireland vol. 23 - 2008|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2008|
Mary Ann LYONS, Auteur |
In the years after the Treaty of Limerick (1691), thousands of Irish females of various ages and social strata formed part of the mass exodus of Irish jacobite officers and soldiers who emigrated t...
James KELLY, Auteur |
The absence of any body, organisation or institution charged with the responsibility formally of formally regulating print in eighteenth-century Ireland either at the pre-publication or post-public...
Dafydd MOORE, Auteur |
This article considers the engagement with ideas of tradition, memory and cultural transmission in James Macpherson's Poems of Ossian . It explores the ways that specific poems both celebrate an...
Sebastian MITCHELL, Auteur |
James Barry painted Ossian only once. He included a portrait of the Celtic bard in his Elysium and Tartarus, or the State of Final Retribution. Commentators, however, have noted Ossianic derivation...
Peter MCQUILLAN, Auteur |
This essay examines the use of the term diograis - 'zeal, devotion' - in Aogan O Rathaille's 'An Aisling'. O Rathaille is the first major poet of the eighteenth-century in Irish to articulate a Jac...
Charles Ivar MCGRATH, Auteur |
In October 1703 the Irish House of Commons agreed a lengthy representation to Queen Anne which has since been used by historians as evidence of significant unionist sentiment in Ireland. This artic...
Christina MORIN, Auteur |
Published in 1800, Maria Edgeworth's Castle Rackrent has been understood as an act of literary unionism attempting to reconcile both England and Ireland to the controversial Anglo-Irish Union (1801...