AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||The Irish Review (1911 - 1914) : Périodique numérique|
|Type de document :||Périodique : Revue, journal|
|Note générale :||
Les archives numériques de The Irish Review (1911 - 1914) sont accessibles sur inscription depuis les postes informatiques de la Médiathèque, via la plateforme JSTOR.
Ce titre est disponible pour la période : 1911 - 1914
The digital archives of The Irish Review (1911 - 1914) are accessible to members on the Multimedia Library’s computers, through JSTOR.
This title is available for: 1911 - 1914
|Langues:||Anglais ; Irlandais|
|Résumé :||The Irish Review is a short but significant publication with a wide focus, mainly covering Irish literature and education. The journal is particularly notable for a very high level of literary content, including poems and prose from a number of eminent authors, such as George Moore, W. B. Yeats, Thomas MacDonagh, and Emily Lawless. The quality of the material which appeared 1912-1913 has been described as 'astounding - no Irish magazine could touch it, and only a few from any era have come close'. A number of literary articles and poetry are written in Old Irish. In addition, the journal includes minor articles on economics, history, and science.|
|Pays de publication :||Irlande|
|En ligne :||https://www.jstor.org/journal/irishreview|