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

By: MacCubbin, Robert P.

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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. Also available are the other two issues from 1998.

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

Author Name: MacCubbin, Robert P.

Categories: Vintage Magazines, Ireland, European History,

Edition: Vol. 22, No. 3

Publisher: The College of William and Mary; The Johns Hopkins University Press - See more at: http://www.garrisonhouseephemera.com/si/1052.html#sthash.yLFv1reS.dpuf: 1998

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 26023

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