Eighteenth Century Life: Ireland, 1798-1998 From Revolution to Revisionism and Beyond (Academic Journal November, 1998)

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Eighteenth Century Life was printed tri-annually in 1998, but each issue has its own title. This one is devoted to Ireland and is made up of a compendium of articles by various authors. The chapters are entitled thus: The Dublin Stage in the 1770's and Early 1780's; William Sampson, United Irish Satirist and Songwriter; Poetry in Irish Popular Insurgency and the 1798 Rebellion; Continued Presbyterian Resistance in the Aftermath of the Rebellion of 1798; Anti-Catholicism, Conservatism and Conspiracy; Maria Edgeworth and the En-Gendering of Revolution, Rebellion and Union; Engendering Union in "The Wild Irish Girl"; Irish Nationalist Cartoons Commemorate the Revolution; The Rebellion in Historical Novels 1880-1914; Women, Republicanism and the Commemoration of the 1798 Rebellion; and Constructions of Irish Identities -- Identity in Eniscorthy, Personal reflections on the 1798 Uprising and Its Legacies. Journal is crisp and clean and has 152 pages. I have the other two also from 1998.

Title: Eighteenth Century Life: Ireland, 1798-1998 From Revolution to Revisionism and Beyond (Academic Journal November, 1998)

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Categories: Booklets -- Historical, Magazines, Ireland,

Edition: Vol. 22, No. 3

Publisher: The College of William and Mary; The Johns Hopkins University Press: 1998

Binding: soft cover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 1052

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