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St. Stephen's : a record of University life

Vol. II No. 6 (February, 1905)

Abstract: 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.

In collection St. Stephen's : a record of University life

Origin information
Dublin, Ireland : Sealy, Bryers & Walker
Date issued:
Type of Resource
Physical description
p. 125-146 : ill.
27 cm
Presentation: Paged
English  Irish  
Partial contents
Editorial -- Gile na gile / Uar D'Aistrigh -- The poetry of St. John of the Cross / Audax -- Catholicism and modern literature / T. M. Kettle -- Parvula blandula / Chanel -- Among the Philistines / John P. Doyle -- From the Ladies' Colleges -- The ethics of a dog fight / Mac Daithi -- The new club / F. Cruise O'Brien -- College notes -- Notes from the Medical School -- Correspondence -- Modern art in Abbey Street / Ciel -- Vox in tenebris / F. Cruise O'Brien
University College, Dublin --Periodicals
University College, Dublin --Students--Periodicals
English literature--Irish authors--20th century
Irish literature--20th century
Universities and colleges--Ireland
Education, Higher--Ireland   linked data (lcsh)
UCD Library. UCD Library Special Collections . 33.O.3
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"St. Stephen's," held by UCD Library Special Collections. © Various copyright holders, including Helen Solterer - contact UCD Digital Library. Digital content by University College Dublin, published by UCD Library, University College Dublin <>

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