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  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2000-03-18)
    Kenny, J. (2000, 18 March) 'Gangland Knockabout.' Review of 'Cartoon City', by Ferdia MacAnna. 'The Irish Times', 'Weekend': 8.
  • Ryder, S. (Galway University Press, 1995)
    Ryder, S. (1995) 'Gender and the Discourse of Young Ireland Nationalism' In: Foley, T.P., Pilkington, L., Ryder, S., Tilley, E(Eds.). Gender and Colonialism. Galway : Galway University Press.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2003-11-08)
    Kenny, J. (2003, 8 November)'A Girl of Many Words.' Review of 'Story of a Girl', by Tom MacIntyre. 'The Irish Times', 'Weekend': 11.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2001-05-02)
    Kenny, J. (2001, 2 May) 'Going for a Spin in a Cadillac.' Review of 'The Eggman's Apprentice', by Maurice Leitch. 'The Irish Times', 'Weekend': 15.
  • Ellis, Steven G. (1981)
    Ellis, S.G.(1981) Henry VIII, rebellion and the rule of law Historical Journal, 24, 513-31.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2007-10-27)
    Kenny, J. (2007, 27 October)'Hiding Behind th Exotic'.Review of 'The Third Party', by Glenn Patterson. 'The Irish Times', 'Weekend': 11.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2004-07-03)
    Kenny, J. (2004, 3 July) 'High-flying Through History.' Review of 'Life Mask', by Emma Donoghue. 'The Irish Times', 'Weekend': 10.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2005-03-26)
    Kenny, J. (2005, 26 March) 'His Heart is There.' Review of 'A Long Long Way.' by Sebastian Barry. 'The Irish Times', 'Weekend':10.
  • Ellis, Steven G. (1991)
    Ellis, S. G. (1991). Historiographical debate: representations of the past in Ireland: whose past and whose present. Irish Historical Studies, 27(108), 289-308.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 1998-10-31)
    Kenny, J. (1998, 31 October) 'I Love You (As They Say).' Review of 'Getting Used to Not Being Remarkable', by Michael Foley, and 'Consequences of the Heart', by Michael Cunningham. 'The Irish Times' 'Weekend': 11.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2001-01-06)
    Kenny, J. (2001, 6 January) 'The Ideal Elegies.' Review of 'The Revolutions Trilogy', by John Banville. 'The Irish Times', 'Weekend': 15.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2006-10-21)
    Kenny, J. (2006, 21 October) 'If You Go Down to the Woods Today...'.Review of 'Winterwood', by Patrick McCabe. 'The Irish Times' 'Weekend': 11.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2002-08-03)
    Kenny, J. (2002, 3 August) 'Imagining Belfast Twice a Year.' Review of 'Irish Pages': 'A Journal of Contemporary Writing', ed. Chris Agee and Cathal O Searcaigh (Irish Language editor). 'The Irish Times', Weekend': 8.
  • Kenny, John (Four Courts Press, 2007)
    Kenny, J. (2007) Inside out: a working theory of the Irish short story. In Ed. H. Lennon (Ed.) Frank O Connor: new critical essays. Dublin: Four Courts Press.
  • Kenny, John (The Irish Times, 2006-02-11)
    Kenny, J. (2006, 11 February) 'Into the Dark Interior.' Review of 'Animals', by Keith Ridgway. 'The Irish Times', 'Weekend': 11.
  • Barr, Rebecca Anne (Glyphi, 2012)
    Barr, Rebecca Anne (2012) 'Introduction'. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, 4 (1).
  • Ellis, Steven G. (RIA, 1991)
    Ellis, S. (1991) 'Ionadaiocht i bparlaimint na hEireann ag deireadh na mean-aoise' [Representation in the Irish Parliament in the late middle ages]. 'Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy', xci, sect. C, 297-302.
  • Ryder, Sean (Ashgate, 2005)
    Ryder, Sean (2005) 'Ireland in Ruins: The Figure of Ruin in Nineteenth-Century Irish Poetry' In: Hooper, Glenn(Eds.). Landscape and Empire 1770-2000. Aldershot: : Ashgate.
  • Ryder, Sean (Field Day, 2008)
    Ryder, Sean (2008) 'Ireland s Difficulty: The Novelist s Opportunity'. Field Day Review, 4 :289-296.
  • Ryder, Sean (Irish Academic Press, 2006)
    Ryder, S. (2006) 'Ireland, India and Popular Nationalism in the Early Nineteenth Century' In: Foley, T., O'Connor, M(Eds.). Ireland and India: Colonies, Culture and Empire. Dublin and Portland : Irish Academic Press.