James H. Murphy, Catholic Fiction and Social Reality in Ireland, 1873-1922 (Conn: Greenwood Press 1997) - Secondary Works.

See textual extracts in RICORSO Library, “Criticism”, supra.
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  • Goldring, Maurice, Pleasant the Scholar’s Life: Irish Intellectuals and the Construction of the Nation State (London: Serif 1993).
  • Greenblatt, Stephen, ‘Resonance and Wonder’, in Literary Theory Today, ed. Peta Collier and Helga Geyer-Ryan [1990] (Cambridge: Polity 1992), pp.74-90.
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  • Keenan, Desmond, The Catholic Church in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1983).
  • Kelleher, Margaret, and James H. Murphy, eds., Separate Spheres? Gender and Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1997).
  • Kennedy, Liam, ‘The Roman Catholic Church and Economic Growth in Nineteenth-Century Ireland’, in Economic and Social Review, 10 (1978-79), pp.45-57).
  • Keogh, Dermot, ‘Catholicism and the Formation of the Modem Irish Society’, in Irishness in a Changing Society [Princess Grace Irish Library Ser.] (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1988), pp.152-77.
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  • Larkin, Emmet, ‘The Devotional Revolution in Ireland 1850-1875’, in The American Historical Review 77 (1972), pp.625-652.
  • Larkin, Emmet, ‘Church, State and Nation m Modem Ireland’, in The American Historical Review 80 (1975), pp.1244-76.
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  • Martin, Augustine, Anglo-lrish Literature (Dublin: Department of Foreign Affairs 1980).
  • Martin, Augustine, ‘Julia Cahill, Father McTurnan and the Geography of Nowhere’, in Literature and the Art of Creation, ed. Robert Welch and Suheil B, Bushrui (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe; Totowa, NJ: Barnes & Noble 1988), pp.98-111.
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  • Murphy, Brian, ‘The Canon of Irish Cultural Histoly: Some Questions’, in Studies, 77 (1988), pp.68-83.
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  • Murphy, James H., ed., No Bland Facility: Selected Writings on Literature, Religion and Censorship, by Peter Connolly (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1991).
  • Murphy, James H., ‘William O’Brien’s When We Were Boys: A New Voice from Old Conventions’, in Irish University Review, 22 (1992), pp.298-304).
  • Murphy, James H., ed. New Beginnings in Ministry (Dublin: Columba Press 1992).
  • Murphy, James H., ‘The Wild Geese’, in Irish Review, 16 (1994), pp.23-28).
  • Murphy, James H., ‘Rose Mulholland, W. P. Ryan and Irish Catholic Fiction at the Time of the Anglo-Irish Revival’, in Forging in the Smithy: National Identity and Representation in Anglo-lrish Literary History, ed. J. Leerssen, A. H. van der Weel, B. Westerweel, Amsterdam-Atlanta: Rodolpi 1995, pp.219-28.
  • Murphy, James H., ed., Nos Autem: Castleknock College and its Contribution (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1996).
  • Murphy, James H., ‘A History of Castleknock College’, in Nos Autem: Castleknock College and its Contribution, ed. James H, Murphy (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1996, pp.1-154.
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  • Wolff, Robert Lee, Gains and Losses: Novels of Faith and Doubt in Victorian Fiction (London: John Murray 1977).

 

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