Anglo-Irish Literature

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This bibliography brings together information on over 4,000 dissertations that deal wholly or in part with Irish writers and Anglo-Irish literature. Included are works from more than 350 universities and from 28 different countries, a scope of material that has not been collected in one place before. The dissertation subjects include not only poets, novelists, and dramatists, but also critics, diarists, scholars, historians, and journalists. In all, 193 authors are studied, ...

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Overview

This bibliography brings together information on over 4,000 dissertations that deal wholly or in part with Irish writers and Anglo-Irish literature. Included are works from more than 350 universities and from 28 different countries, a scope of material that has not been collected in one place before. The dissertation subjects include not only poets, novelists, and dramatists, but also critics, diarists, scholars, historians, and journalists. In all, 193 authors are studied, whose lives cover the years from 1600 to the present.

The book, which supersedes all previously published volumes on this subject, lists each entry under the author as subject, rather than under a topical, genre, or subject designation. Because multiple-subject entries are listed under first mentioned author, a complete see-also reference section has been included to direct users to all entries related to each author. The volume also includes a section on general and topical studies, as well as a subject index. This book will be an important reference for courses in English literature, Irish studies, and theater and drama, and an important addition to most university and college libraries.

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Lists over 4,000 dissertations on 193 Anglo-Irish poets, novelists, dramatists, critics, diarists, scholars, historians, and journalists. Except for a short combined general and topical section, the entries are arranged alphabetically by the subject author. The cross- referencing is a list of other entry numbers after each author. No annotations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Meet the Author

WILLIAM T. O'MALLEY is an Associate Professor and Head of Collection Development at the University of Rhode Island Library.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

List of Sources

Author Studies

General and Topical Studies

Author Index

Subject Index

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