Barry Sloan, The Pioneers of Anglo-Irish Fiction, 1800-1850 [Irish Literary Studies 21] (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe NJ: Barnes & Noble 1986)

Foreword, xi; Acknowledgements, xiii; Chronology, xv; Castle Rackrent to the death of Maturin (1800-1824) [1]; Early Tales by the Banims and Gerald Griffin (1825-1830) [51]; The Banims’ historical novels (1825-1830) [74]; Lady Morgan’s departure and Griffin’s major works (1825-1830) [109]; Sketches of Irish Character and Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry (1830-1833) [137]; Miscellaneous minor fiction and novels by Lover, Carleton and Lever (1834- 1844) [174]; Novels by Mrs Hall, Le Fanu, Lever and Carleton (1845-1850) [197] Conclusion: The problems and successes of the first fifty years [238]; Notes [255]; Bibliography [266]; Index [273].

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