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Irish Novelists and the Victorian Age$

James H. Murphy

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—— . The Black Prophet: Or, a Tale of Irish Famine (1847), in The Works of William Carleton, 3 vols (New York: Collier, 1881), 3, pp. 777–935.

—— . The Emigrants of Ahadarra, a Tale of Irish Life (1848), in The Works of William Carleton, 3 vols (New York: Collier, 1881), 2, pp. 493–639.

—— . The Tithe Proctor, a Novel, Being a Tale of the Tithe Rebellion in Ireland (1849), in The Works of William Carleton, 3 vols (New York: Collier, 1892), 2, pp. 361–491.

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—— . Old Corcoran's Money (London: Chatto and Windus, 1897).

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—— . In One Town, 2 vols (London: Ward and Downey, 1886).

—— . Ballybeg Junction (1894; London: Downey, 1895).

—— . Merchant of Killogue, a Munster Tale, 3 vols (London: William Heinemann, 1894).

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—— . Symphonies. (London: John Lane, 1897).

—— . Fantasias (London: John Lane, 1898).

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—— . The Dictator (1893; London: Chatto and Windus, 1895).

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—— . The March of Loyalty, 3 vols (London: Tinsley, 1884).

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—— . An Honourable Estate (London: Hutchinson, 1898).

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—— . The Spanish Wine (London: John Lane, 1898).

—— . One Queen Triumphant (New York: John Lane, 1899).

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