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W. J. McCormack

’Duffy had failed to eat of Parnell’s heart. By late 1938 and even in his last days, Yeats was less guarded in distinguishing clinically between the Irish and European spheres. To Maud Gonne he had written in June 1938 that ‘for the first time’ he was expressing what he believed about Irish and European politics. 25 In August a speech at the Abbey Theatre and an interview in the

in Dissolute characters
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Avril Horner

articulate her personal and political sense of disaffection from both her husband and certain European political strategies without too much risk of censorship. From censorship within the private world we move to Catholicism as an institutionalized form of censorship. Joan Curbet’s essay, ‘”Hallelujah to your dying screams of torture”: representations of ritual violence in English and

in European Gothic