Representations of Irish Republicanism in Popular Fiction
The many novels discussed in this study include Gerald Seymour Harry’s Game; Campbell Armstrong Jig; Bernard MacLaverty Cal; Mary Costello Titanic Town; Jennifer Johnston Shadows on our Skin; Deidre Madden One by One through the Darkness.
Fiction Anderson, Linda, Cuckoo (London: Bodley Head, 1986) ——, To Stay Alive (London: Bodley Head, 1984) Armstrong, Campbell, Jig (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1987) Barlow, James, Both Your Houses (London: Hamilton, 1971) Beckett, Mary, Give Them Stones (London: Bloomsbury, 1987) Braddon, Russell, The Progress of Private Lilyworth (London: Joseph, 1971) Brenton, Howard, The Romans in Britain (London: Methuen, 1982) Broderick, John, The Fugitives (London: Pan, 1976) Broxon, Mildred, Downey, Too Long a Sacrifice (London: Futura, 1981) Burns, Anna, No Bones (London: Flamingo, 1997) Burns, Richard, Why Diamond Had to Die (London: Bloomsbury, 1989) Carrick, James, With O’Leary in the Grave (London: Heinemann, 1971) Carroll, James, Madonna Red (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1976) Charles, Robert, The Hour of the Wolf (London: Hale, 1974) Cheever, Susan, A Handsome Man (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1981) Clancy, Ambrose, Blind Pilot (London: Macmillan, 1981) Clancy, Tom, Patriot Games (London: Collins, 1987) Cleary, Jon, Peter’s Pence (London: Collins, 1974) Coogan, Patrick, The General (London: Mandarin, 1994) Costello, Mary, Titanic Town (London: Methuen, 1992) Daniel, James, They Told Me You Were Dead (London: Pan, 1996) De Mille, Nelson, Cathedral (London: Granada, 1981) De Jorre, John, and Brian Shakespeare, The Patriot Game (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1973) De Villiers, Gerard, Furie a Belfast (Paris: Plon, 1974) Dowling, Kevin, Interface Ireland (London: Barrie and Jenkins, 1979) Driscoll, Peter, In Connection With Kilshaw (London: Macdonald, 1974) Egleton, Clive, The Mills Bomb (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1978) Edgar, David, Destiny (London: Methuen, 1976) Esler, Gavin, Loyalties (London: Headline, 1990) Forsyth, Frederick, The...
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