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The Resource The matter with Ireland, Bernard Shaw ; edited by Dan H. Laurence and David H. Greene

The matter with Ireland, Bernard Shaw ; edited by Dan H. Laurence and David H. Greene

Label
The matter with Ireland
Title
The matter with Ireland
Statement of responsibility
Bernard Shaw ; edited by Dan H. Laurence and David H. Greene
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
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1856-1950
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Shaw, Bernard
Dewey number
941.5081
Illustrations
portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1913-2008
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  • Laurence, Dan H
  • Greene, David H.
Series statement
Florida Bernard Shaw series
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Ireland
Label
The matter with Ireland, Bernard Shaw ; edited by Dan H. Laurence and David H. Greene
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • protestants of Ireland (1912-13) -- The
  • third Home Rule bill and Ulster (1913) -- A note on aggressive nationalism (1913) -- Mad dogs in uniform (1913) -- Wake up, Ulster! (1914) -- Ireland and the First World War (1914) -- In behalf of an Irish pacifist (1915) -- Touring Ireland (1916) -- Irish nonsense about Ireland (1916) -- Neglected morals of the Irish Rising (1916) -- The
  • Easter Week Executions (1916) -- Roger Casement (1916-37) -- Brogue-Shock (1917) -- How to settle the Irish question (1917) -- The
  • new nation (1917) -- Literature in Ireland (1918) -- The
  • children of the Dublin slums (1918) -- War issues for Irishmen (1918) -- Sir Edward Carson's Other Island (1918) -- The
  • Dominion League (1919) -- Wanted: a strong government (1919) -- Why devolution will not do (1919-20) -- How Ireland impressed Mr. Chesterton (1919) -- Socialism and Ireland (1919) -- The
  • reign of terror (1920) -- The
  • betrayal of Ulster (1920) -- Partition of Ireland: a forecast (1920) -- The
  • British offer (1921) -- The
  • Irish crisis (1921) -- The
  • The
  • eve of civil war (1922) -- On the death of Michael Collins (1922) -- How to restore order in Ireland (1923) -- Safe holidays in Ireland (1923) -- On throwing out dirty water (1923) -- Ireland's forgotten prisoners (1924) -- The
  • Irish censorship (1928) -- Shaw talks of Ireland (1932) -- The
  • Irish Academy of Letters (1932) -- On St. Patrick's Cathedral (1935) -- Eire-Ulster-and Britain (1938) -- On Irish neutrality (1939-40) -- An appeal to the IRA (1940) -- Eamon de Valera and the Second World War (1940-44) -- The
  • greatest living Irishman? (1941) -- Eire and Hitler (1945) -- A film industry for Ireland (1945-47) -- Shaw speaks to his native city (1946) -- Ireland eternal and external (1948) -- Ulster and Partition (1949) -- Envoi (1950)
  • making of the Irish Nation (1886) -- The
  • Coercion Bill (1887) -- A Balfour Ballad (1888) -- The
  • Tories and Ireland (1888) -- A crib for home rulers (1888) -- The
  • Parnell Forger (1889) -- Shall Parnell go? (1890) -- Oscar Wilde (1905) -- Preface for politicians (1907) -- The
  • Gaelic League (1910) -- The
  • Irish Literary Movement (1910) -- My motto is Ireland for All (1910) -- The
  • Irish players (1911) -- The
Control code
FIEb13955627
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
Second edition, first University Press of Florida edition.
Extent
xxvi, 354 pages
Isbn
9780813018867
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
portrait
System control number
(OCoLC)45784293
Label
The matter with Ireland, Bernard Shaw ; edited by Dan H. Laurence and David H. Greene
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • protestants of Ireland (1912-13) -- The
  • third Home Rule bill and Ulster (1913) -- A note on aggressive nationalism (1913) -- Mad dogs in uniform (1913) -- Wake up, Ulster! (1914) -- Ireland and the First World War (1914) -- In behalf of an Irish pacifist (1915) -- Touring Ireland (1916) -- Irish nonsense about Ireland (1916) -- Neglected morals of the Irish Rising (1916) -- The
  • Easter Week Executions (1916) -- Roger Casement (1916-37) -- Brogue-Shock (1917) -- How to settle the Irish question (1917) -- The
  • new nation (1917) -- Literature in Ireland (1918) -- The
  • children of the Dublin slums (1918) -- War issues for Irishmen (1918) -- Sir Edward Carson's Other Island (1918) -- The
  • Dominion League (1919) -- Wanted: a strong government (1919) -- Why devolution will not do (1919-20) -- How Ireland impressed Mr. Chesterton (1919) -- Socialism and Ireland (1919) -- The
  • reign of terror (1920) -- The
  • betrayal of Ulster (1920) -- Partition of Ireland: a forecast (1920) -- The
  • British offer (1921) -- The
  • Irish crisis (1921) -- The
  • The
  • eve of civil war (1922) -- On the death of Michael Collins (1922) -- How to restore order in Ireland (1923) -- Safe holidays in Ireland (1923) -- On throwing out dirty water (1923) -- Ireland's forgotten prisoners (1924) -- The
  • Irish censorship (1928) -- Shaw talks of Ireland (1932) -- The
  • Irish Academy of Letters (1932) -- On St. Patrick's Cathedral (1935) -- Eire-Ulster-and Britain (1938) -- On Irish neutrality (1939-40) -- An appeal to the IRA (1940) -- Eamon de Valera and the Second World War (1940-44) -- The
  • greatest living Irishman? (1941) -- Eire and Hitler (1945) -- A film industry for Ireland (1945-47) -- Shaw speaks to his native city (1946) -- Ireland eternal and external (1948) -- Ulster and Partition (1949) -- Envoi (1950)
  • making of the Irish Nation (1886) -- The
  • Coercion Bill (1887) -- A Balfour Ballad (1888) -- The
  • Tories and Ireland (1888) -- A crib for home rulers (1888) -- The
  • Parnell Forger (1889) -- Shall Parnell go? (1890) -- Oscar Wilde (1905) -- Preface for politicians (1907) -- The
  • Gaelic League (1910) -- The
  • Irish Literary Movement (1910) -- My motto is Ireland for All (1910) -- The
  • Irish players (1911) -- The
Control code
FIEb13955627
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
Second edition, first University Press of Florida edition.
Extent
xxvi, 354 pages
Isbn
9780813018867
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
portrait
System control number
(OCoLC)45784293

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