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HENN, Thomas Rice (1901 - 1974), Emeritus Fellow of St Catharine’s College, Cambridge; Emeritus Reader in Anglo-Irish Literature

O’CONNELL, Frederick William (1876 - 1929), Lecturer in Celtic Languages and Literatures, Queen’s University, Belfast; Extern Examiner to National University, 1914–19, and since 1923; Advising Examiner in Irish to Intermediate Board of Education, 1908–13; Examiner in Irish to Intermediate Board of Northern Ireland, 1923

How Joyce Wrote “Finnegans Wake”: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide. Ed. Luca Crispi & Sam Slote. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press (Irish Studies in Literature and Culture), 2007. 522 pp. $65.00. ISBN 0–299–21860–0

 

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Ireland has the oldest vernacular literature in western Europe. Apart from inscriptions the earliest surviving writings in Irish are interlinear glosses in Latin religious texts. The earliest manuscript entirely in ...

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