Reading Ireland

“I commend Reading Ireland to anyone who is interested in increasing their understanding of Ireland. It is reflective, thought provoking and curated with the greatest dedication and insight.”

Réamonn Ó Ciaráin
(Author of Cúchulainn: Ulster’s Greatest Hero)

CURRENT ISSUE

“Illuminating, wide-ranging interview with John Banville by Adrienne Leavy in the latest edition of the ever-essential Reading Ireland.”

Michael Quinn

Reading Ireland spring/summer 2021 issue of focuses on the genre of “Big House” literature. In addition to a wide ranging interview with John Banville, the issue include essays by Roy Foster on W.B. Yeats’s Norman Tower, Thoor Ballylee, Gerard Dawe on Eilís Dillon, Graham Price on David Thompson, Sarah Harsh on Elizabeth Bowen and Adrienne Leavy on Jennifer Johnston. Brian McCabe, Nuala O’ Connor and Adrienne Leavy contribute book reviews, and a detailed bibliography of Big House Fiction and related critical studies is included at the end. Reading Ireland is proud to showcase the photography of Robert O’Byrne in this issue.

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