Conor McCarthy, Modernisation: Crisis and Culture in Ireland 1969-1992 (Dublin: Four Courts Press 2000) - Bibliography

Primary Materials

John Banville
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Seamus Deane
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Roddy Doyle
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Brian Friel
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Edna Longley
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(1992d) ‘Writing, Revisionism and Grass-seed: Literary Mythologies in Ireland’, in Lundy and MacPoilin, pp. 11-2 1.
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