[List of reviews and essays written by Austin Clarke, including their publications and dates.]


[List of reviews and essays written by Austin Clarke, including their publications and dates.]

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[Austin Clarke's review of Aiothdioghluim Dána: A Miscellany of Irish Bardic Poetry, ed. and trans. Lambert McKenna. S.J.Dublin: Educational Company. 1940. The Dublin Magazine, NS 16, No. 1 (Jan-Mar 1941)]


[Austin Clarke's review of Aiothdioghluim Dána: A Miscellany of Irish Bardic Poetry, ed. and trans. Lambert McKenna. S.J.Dublin: Educational Company. 1940. The Dublin Magazine, NS 16, No. 1 (Jan-Mar 1941)]

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[Austin Clarke's review of The Golden Treasury of Scottish Poetry, ed Hugh MacDiarmid. London: Macmillan. 1940. Review published in The Dublin Magazine, NS 16, No. 2 (Apr-June 1941)]


[Austin Clarke's review of The Golden Treasury of Scottish Poetry, ed Hugh MacDiarmid. London: Macmillan. 1940. Review published in The Dublin Magazine, NS 16, No. 2 (Apr-June 1941)]

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[Austin Clarke's review of Voltaire: Myth and Reality, by Kathleen O'Flaherty. Cork: Cork University Press. 1945. The Dublin Magazine, NS 20, No. 3 (Oct-Dec 1945)]


[Austin Clarke's review of Voltaire: Myth and Reality, by Kathleen O'Flaherty. Cork: Cork University Press. 1945. The Dublin Magazine, NS 20, No. 3 (Oct-Dec 1945)]

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[Austin Clarke's review of Strolling Players and Drama in the Provinces, 1660-1765, by Sybil Rosenfeld. Cambridge University Press. 1939. Review published in The Dublin Magazine, NS 18, No. 1 (Jan-Mar 1943)]


[Austin Clarke's review of Strolling Players and Drama in the Provinces, 1660-1765, by Sybil Rosenfeld. Cambridge University Press. 1939. Review published in The Dublin Magazine, NS 18, No. 1 (Jan-Mar 1943)]

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[Austin Clarke's review of The Poet in the Theatre, by Ronald Peacock. London: Routledge. 1946. The Bell, 8, No. 3 (Dec 1946)]


[Austin Clarke's review of The Poet in the Theatre, by Ronald Peacock. London: Routledge. 1946. The Bell, 8, No. 3 (Dec 1946)]

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[Austin Clarke's review of Intertraffic:Studies in Translation, by E.S. Bates. London: Jonathan Cape. 1943. The Dublin Magazine, NS 18, No. 4 (Oct-Dec 1943)]


[Austin Clarke's review of Intertraffic:Studies in Translation, by E.S. Bates. London: Jonathan Cape. 1943. The Dublin Magazine, NS 18, No. 4 (Oct-Dec 1943)]

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[Galley proof of a review article by James Duffy on 'Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History [...] by Eugene O'Curry'.]


[Galley proof of a review article by James Duffy on 'Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History [...] by Eugene O'Curry'.]

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[Printed advertisement for 'Dearforgil', a historical romance of 1152-1172 [...]', sent to Eugene O'Curry by the author.]


[Printed advertisement for 'Dearforgil', a historical romance of 1152-1172 [...]', sent to Eugene O'Curry by the author.]

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[Printed leaflet advertising the publication of 'Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History [...] by Eugene O'Curry'.]


[Printed leaflet advertising the publication of 'Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History [...] by Eugene O'Curry'.]

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[Letter from Thomas Olden (Ballyclough, Mallow) to William Frazer, regarding Olden's "History of the Church of Ireland"; and a belief in the existence of an island in the Atlantic, referred to by Washington Irving.]


[Letter from Thomas Olden (Ballyclough, Mallow) to William Frazer, regarding Olden's "History of the Church of Ireland"; and a belief in the existence of an island in the Atlantic, referred to by Washington Irving.]

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[Letter from Robert Munro (48 Manor Place, Edinburgh) to William Frazer, concerning five gold fibulae lately discovered in the south of Ireland.]


[Letter from Robert Munro (48 Manor Place, Edinburgh) to William Frazer, concerning five gold fibulae lately discovered in the south of Ireland.]

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


An issue of the University College Dublin magazine, which aimed to be a record of University life. Contributors were mainly University staff and students. A typical issue includes an editorial, articles of a literary or humorous nature, book reviews, notes from University societies, and reports from schools, in particular the Medical School.

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[Two copies of a galley proof of a review of Eugene O'Curry's publication on the manuscript sources of ancient Irish history.]


[Two copies of a galley proof of a review of Eugene O'Curry's publication on the manuscript sources of ancient Irish history.]

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[Letter from [Wilson?] Baird ([United Presbyterian Manse, Mandeline?]) to William Frazer, concerning books on tokens, their quality and availability.]


[Letter from [Wilson?] Baird ([United Presbyterian Manse, Mandeline?]) to William Frazer, concerning books on tokens, their quality and availability.]

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


An issue of the University College Dublin magazine, which aimed to be a record of University life. Contributors were mainly University staff and students. A typical issue includes an editorial, articles of a literary or humorous nature, book reviews, notes from University societies, and reports from schools, in particular the Medical School. This issue includes an article by Uan Uladh (Úna Ní Fhaircheallaigh / Agnes Winifred O'Farrelly) and a letter to the editor from Francis Sheehy-Skeffington.

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


An issue of the University College Dublin magazine, which aimed to be a record of University life. Contributors were mainly University staff and students. A typical issue includes an editorial, articles of a literary or humorous nature, book reviews, notes from University societies, and reports from schools, in particular the Medical School. This issue includes a mention in "Book notes and notices" of James Joyce's essay about Clarence Mangan, previously published in the journal (May 1902).

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


An issue of the University College Dublin magazine, which aimed to be a record of University life. Contributors were mainly University staff and students. A typical issue includes an editorial, articles of a literary or humorous nature, book reviews, notes from University societies, and reports from schools, in particular the Medical School. This issue includes articles by Uan Uladh (Úna Ní Fhaircheallaigh / Agnes Winifred O'Farrelly) and James Joyce, and a letter to the editor from Francis Sheehy-Skeffington.

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St. Stephen's: a record of University life


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[Letter from John O'Donovan (8 Newcomen Place, North Strand, Dublin) to William Reeves (Parsonage House, Ballymena, Co. Antrim), discussing Reeves's work, and deploring the decline of interest in Gaelic literature.]


[Letter from John O'Donovan (8 Newcomen Place, North Strand, Dublin) to William Reeves (Parsonage House, Ballymena, Co. Antrim), discussing Reeves's work, and deploring the decline of interest in Gaelic literature.]

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