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ArticleIn Jail Journal (1854), John Mitchel describes receiving a hero’s welcome on his arrival in Brooklyn as an escaped convict on 29 November 1853. That same day, Austin Reed was enjoying one of his ra...
LivreEdouard DE TOCQUEVILLE, Auteur ; Barbara WRIGHT, Éditeur scientifique | Paris : Honoré Champion | 2022Édouard de Tocqueville (1800-1874), assurément moins célèbre que son frère cadet Alexis, effectua entre le 4 juin et le 25 août 1824, un voyage dans les îles britanniques avec trois compagnons et t...
ArticleThis article explores coverage of the Northern Ireland conflict (1968-1998) in Britain’s weekly music press, focusing on the country’s leading music paper, the New Musical Express (NME), during its...
ArticleA diary by Ian Sansom : "Sell the house, clear the shed ".
ArticleA diary for 2019 by Ian Sansom.
ArticleA diary for 2018
ArticleAn excerpt from Ian Sansom's diary (2015). Every year " I seem to know even less'
ArticleThis essay explores the relationship between anti-vice campaigns and the popular publishing industry of early-twentieth century Ireland. Specifically, it argues that there existed an informal but s...
ArticleAn excerpt from Ian Sansom's diary (2014). Reading Knausgaard in A&E and other misadventures
ArticleThe conventional view of Brian Friel's career portrays him as a struggling writer whose first stories appeared in the "New Yorker" in late 1959. After briefly producing a small body of finely craft...
ArticleAs John Brannigan has pointed out, the anecdote as a genre – ‘a theatre of memory and an imagined community’ – was key to Behan's world and his writing. Brannigan identifies the newspaper column as...