The Irish Review

The Irish Review published by Cork University Press

Irish Review 42

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WORLDS IN WOMEN’S WRITING

Cruelty and Sensibility: Emotions in Women’s Narratives written during the United Irish Rebellion of 1798 | WILLEMIJN RUBERG

That Myriad-Minded Woman: Public and Private Worlds in the Journalism of Susan L. Mitchell | D. A. J. MACPHERSON

From Dundalk to Dublin: Dorothy Macardle’s Narrative Journey on Radio Éireann | NADIA CLARE SMITH

All about Eve: Signe Toksvig and the Intimate Lives of Irish Women, 1926-1937 | SANDRA MCAVOY

Woman in Wartime: the Mass-Observation Diary of Moya Woodside | MARY MULDOWNEY

RENAISSANCE PORTRAITURE

Sex on (Bare) Legs? Thomas Lee and ‘Irishness’ | IAN LEASK

TRIBUNAL HISTORY

The Locke’s Tribunal, 1947 | JOHN GIBNEY

YEATS AND THE NOH Eileen Kato, 1932-2008 | L.M. CULLEN

W.B. Yeats and the Noh | EILEEN KATO

REVIEW ARTICLES

Challenging Bad Nuns: Ireland’s Magdalen Laundries | SUSANNAH RIORDAN

Courting Elizabeth Bowen | IAN D’ALTON

Unresolved Contradictions | DEREK HAND

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