Irish Popular Culture, 1650-1850

Irish Popular Culture, 1650-1850

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AƒAlA book edited by two such distinguished historians as James S. Donnelly Jr., and Kerby A. Miller promises to be lively and important: this collection of ten essays fully lives up to the expectations raised by the editorial imprimatur. The articles by an impressive panel of authors are source-based, and the tight editorial control is reflected in the way in which they complement one another.AƒAs American Historical ReviewThe structural outline of what occurs in the merry wake is suggested in schematic form in Figure 1 . ... In this light the bean chaointe is the (human) structural adjunct of the a#39;bansheea#39;, and the bean bhan, the female corpse-washer, is anotheranbsp;...

Title:Irish Popular Culture, 1650-1850
Author: James S. Donnelly, Kerby A. Miller
Publisher: - 1998

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