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Michael DirdaAmong Donoghue's gifts as a critic is his generous habit of drawing on or arguing with the work of other scholars…Like T.S. Eliot, Donoghue also quotes brilliantly…For all its merits, Irish Essays is neither a quick read nor an easy one. Still, its demands on the reader are regularly leavened with nice touches of dry wit.
—The Washington Post