AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Eighteenth-Century Ireland Vol. 27 - 2012|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2012|
David A. FLEMING, Auteur |
This article examines a selection of Gaelic verse composed in eighteenth-century Munster to determine attitudes towards local protestant families. It argues that Gaelic poets subscribed to a range ...
Between Pope and Merriman : Poetry and Politics in R. Buggin's The Inchanted Garden: A Vision (1716)
Michael GRIFFIN, Auteur |
Limerick was Brian Merriman's local metropole; it was a Georgian city with an Anglocentric, Protestant public sphere, and by the time he would compose his Cuirt an Mhean Oiche/The Midnight Court (1...
Craig BAILEY, Auteur |
In 1783, the Benevolent Society of St Patrick developed a liberal program of relief to assist the Irish poor in London. Yet, by 1785, the society came under attack for pursuing a course of heedless...
James KELLY, Auteur |
The famine of 1740-41 was, by some margin, the most acute crisis that the population of eighteenth-century Ireland experienced. Yet, the response to the famine remains under-explored. This paper fo...
Conrad BRUNSTROM, Auteur ; Declan KAVANAGH, Auteur |
In the introduction to his completed Works (1786), Arthur Murphy (1727-1805) wrote: 'Of the political papers which fell from my pen many years ago, I hope no trace is left'. Although Murphy's caree...
Getting to Grips with Innovation and Genre Diversification in the work of the O'Neachtain Circle in Early Eighteenth-Century Dublin
Liam MAC MATHUNA, Auteur |
This article examines the literary legacy of Sean O Neachtain, his son Tadhg and the other Irish-speaking scholars who flourished in Dublin in the early part of the eighteenth century. Much of the ...
Brian O DALAIGH, Auteur |
This article describes the life experiences of the school teacher and language revivalist Tomas O Miochain. We know a considerable amount about him because of his habit of advertising his school in...