AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Eighteenth-Century Ireland vol. 34 - 2019|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||30/12/2019|
Ian LEASK, Auteur |
John Toland's 1720 Pantheisticonmight not seem notable for its mockery of lithurgical practice; but the 'burlesque' aspects of its form belie a profound - and yet virtually unrecognized - engageme...
Susan MANLY, Auteur |
This article considers Maria Edgeworth's unpublished 1799 essay advocating mass education in Ireland in relation to her tales for children published in the immediate aftermath of the 1798 upsrising...
Anne MARKEY, Auteur |
This essay argues that Practical Education, or, The History of Harry and Lucy, published for private circulation within the Edgeworth family and a small group of acquaintances in 1780, was written ...
'Be ye wise as serpents and innocent as doves': George Berkeley on Toleration and Conversion in the Irish context of the 1730s
This paper considers George Berkeley's (1685-1753) exclusive and limited conception of toleration for Catholics in the 1730s and how his views fit with those of other advocates of toleration in Ire...
Yuhki TAKEBAYASHI, Auteur |
Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774) wrote across many different genres. However, of his wide authorly scope, much attention has been directed towards his major novelistic, theatrical and poetical works, a...
Saothair Sh'amais Mhic Phoilin: Seanmoiri Gaeilge as Contae an Duin agus plé ar nadur na teanga iontu
John TRACEY, Auteur |
The intention of this article is to shed new light of Séamas MacPoilin [James Pulleine], the often-overlooked eighteenth-century priest and scribe from country Down, and the eleven extant Irish dev...