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After Heaney

Agee, Chris

After Ireland: Irish Literature Since 1945 and the Failed Republic

Kiberd, Declan
A magisterial survey of the ways in which postwar Irish writers have witnessed the frustration of the promise of Irish independence.

After Ireland: Writing the Nation from Beckett to the Present

Kiberd, Declan
A magisterial survey of the ways in which postwar Irish writers have witnessed the frustration of the promise of Irish independence.

Agallaimh Na Heigse (poetic Dialogues)

O Moronaigh, Sean

Agatha Christie's Complete Secret Notebooks: Stories and Secrets of Murder in the Making

Curran, John
Agatha Christie's Complete Secret Notebooks brings together for the first time Secret Notebooks and Murder in the Making, two volumes that explore the fascinating contents of her 73 notebooks. This includes illustrations, deleted extracts, unused ideas, two unpublished Poirot stories and a lost Miss Marple.

Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Greatest Detective in the World

Aldridge, Mark
From the very first book publication in 1920 to the film release of Death on the Nile in December 2020, this investigation into Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot celebrates a century of probably the world's favourite fictional detective.

Ageing in Irish Writing: Strangers to Themselves

Ingman, Heather
Age is a missing category in Irish literary criticism and this book is the first to explore a range of familiar and not so familiar Irish texts through a gerontological lens.

Aisti ar an Nua-Ghaeilge: In omos do Bhreandan O Buachalla (Irish Edition)

Doyle, Aidan
Includes essays, which cover various themes from formal structures of the language to contemporary sociolinguistics.

Alexander the Great

Sadler, John
This concise history gives an overview of Alexander's life from a military standpoint, looking at how he was able to conqueror the known world.

All on Show: The circus in Irish literature and culture

Lybeck, Eleanor
All on Show takes the circus in literature as its theme. The book introduces readers to the obscure history of the circus and travelling entertainment in Ireland while contextualising celebrated works by major writers of the twentieth century including O Conaire, Joyce, Yeats, Friel and Heaney.

American Literature and Irish Culture, 1910-55: The Politics of Enchantment

Stubbs, Tara
This book discusses how and why American modernist writers turned to Ireland at various stages during their careers. By placing events such as the Celtic Revival and the Easter Rising at the centre of the discussion, it shows how Irishness became a cultural determinant in the work of American modernists.