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Shan Bullock

(1865—1935) novelist

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Emily Lawless

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(1845–1913),

author of the successful Irish novels Hurrish (1886) and Grania (1892), and of other works.

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Loughsiders

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(1924), a novel by Shan Bullock set in a community of Fermanagh farmers. Returning from America, Richard Jebb woos Rachel Nixon, but she turns him down because he unromantically negotiates...

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Red-Leaguers

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(1904), a novel by Shan Bullock about a fictional Republican rising in Co. Fermanagh.

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regional fiction

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In the 1870s and 1880s, perhaps as a reaction against the increasingly urban (and eventually suburban) lives lived by an increasing number of people, a readership emerged for stories, often...

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Robert Thorne: The Story of a London Clerk

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Shan F. Bullock, 1907, T. Werner Laurie.

First-person narrative of a sickly child who would dearly like to grow up to be a clerk, even though his fantasizing father would ...

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suburb

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The outer part of a city or urban area, close to the urban–rural boundary, with limited commercial land use and low‐density residential development. Also known as suburbia. See also exurbia.

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Ulster Literary Theatre

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Was founded by Bulmer Hobson and David Parkhill in Belfast in 1902. Although Hobson and Parkhill had been strongly influenced by the Irish Literary Theatre, later the Abbey Theatre, which...

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