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The Oxford History of the Irish Book, Volume VThe Irish Book in English, 1891-2000$

Clare Hutton

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780199249114

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199249114.001.0001

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The Bookseller

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Business and Finance

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Unpublished Dissertations

Allison, Bronagh. State Policy and the Revival of the Irish Language, 1922–48 (Unpublished PhD thesis, University College Cork, 1999).

Curtis, Maurice. Catholic Action as an Organised Campaign in Ireland, 1921–1947 (Unpublished PhD thesis, University College Dublin, 2000).

French, Frances-Jane. A History of the House of Maunsel and a Bibliography of Certain of Its Publications (Unpublished M.Litt thesis, University of Dublin, 1969).

Hutton, Clare. Publishing the Literary Revival: The Evolution of Irish Textual Culture 1886–1922 (Unpublished D.Phil thesis, Oxford, 1999).

Martin, Peter. Censorship in Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland (Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin, 2002).

O’Regan, Danae. The Novels of Annie M.P. Smithson and Rosamund Jacob (Unpublished MA thesis: Bath Spa University College, 1997).

Riordan, Susannah. The Unpopular Front: The Catholic Revival and Irish Cultural Identity 1932–48 (Unpublished MA thesis, University College Dublin, 1990).

Wydenbach, J.S. Irish Women’s Fiction 1900–1924: Literature and History (Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University Belfast, 2005).