Ireland: The Haunted Ark.

By: Houston, Cecil J. and Joseph Leydon. (editors).

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8vo - 22.5 x 15 cm.; (10) - 179 pp. Plus 2 pages of publisher's adverts. A collection of papers that were presented at the 1994 conference sponsored by the Canadian Association for Irish studies. Contents: 1 - "Poems by Francis Stuart and Paul Durcan", 2 - "The Great Famine and Irish Society" by Mary Daly, 3 - "The Patterns of the Reformation in Ireland: The Roots of Sectarianism" by Patrick Corish, 4 - "William Cobbett and the Language of Sectarianism: The Philadelphia Irish during the French Revolution" by David Wilson, 5 - "Publishing in a Divided Community" by Anne Tannahill, 6 - "Autobiography and Fiction: Mock-Heroic Males and a More Real Authority" by Denis Sampson, 7 - "Civilised Outrage, Intimate Revenge: The Importance of Irish Poetry" by Ted Chamberlin, 8 - "Roddy Doyle , Paul Durcan and International Pop Culture" by John Doyle, 9 - "Secret Connemara" by Tim Robinson. Other than some very mild wear to the edges of the covers, the book is as-new and unused.

Title: Ireland: The Haunted Ark.

Author Name: Houston, Cecil J. and Joseph Leydon. (editors).

Categories: Irish,

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., Celtic Arts.: 1996

ISBN Number: 189675600X

ISBN Number 13: 9781896756004

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 5440

Keywords: Irish Celtic O'faolain Mcaughty Bew Dnyle Tannahill Culture