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  • Petrarch goes west: translation and the literary canon 

    Hodder, Mike; O'Connor, Anne (Taylor & Francis, 2017-09-08)
    This article addresses the translation of Petrarch's work on the Western fringes of Europe demonstrating how the appropriation and transformation of the European literary canon served domestic ends in Ireland in the ...
  • That dangerous serpent: Garibaldi and Ireland 1860 - 1870 

    O'Connor, Anne (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2010-09-28)
    This article analyses the reaction to Garibaldi in Ireland during the Risorgimento, a reaction which, in its negativity, generally contrasted with the Italian's heroic depiction elsewhere. Attitudes towards Garibaldi ...
  • Translating the Vatican: Paul Cullen, power and language in nineteenth-century Ireland 

    O'Connor, Anne (Taylor & Francis, 2014-09-29)
    This paper examines how one of the most influential figures in nineteenth-century Ireland, Cardinal Paul Cullen, used language and translation to further his career and his vision for the Catholic Church in this period. ...
  • A voyage into Catholicism: Irish travel to Italy in the nineteenth century 

    O'Connor, Anne (Taylor & Francis, 2016-05-19)
    The analysis of travel writing and Italy has often focused on the beauty, the history and the heritage of the country; this essay argues that religion was a key element in depictions of the country and that this was ...