Literature: History & Criticism

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  1. A Room of One's Own and Three Guineas (Oxford World's Classics)
    Virginia Woolf
    In these two classic essays of feminist literature, Woolf argues passionately for women's intellectual freedom and their role in challenging the drive towards fascism and conflict.
  2. Poetics and Polemics
    Michelle O Riordan
    Reading seventeenth-century Irish political verse
  3. To Ireland, I
    Paul Muldoon
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    From Beckett and Bowen, through MacNeice, Swift and Yeats - and guided throughout by Joyce - To Ireland, I moves lightly through the long grass of Irish writing.
  4. Nineteen Eighty-Four (Oxford World's Classics)
    George Orwell
    George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four is one of the most powerful and widely read of all modern novels. It is also a strange and uncanny book, which has become even more unsettling since its first publication more than seventy years ago.
  5. Castle Rackrent (Oxford World's Classics)
    Maria Edgeworth
    Politically risky, stylistically innovative, and wonderfully entertaining, the novel changes the focus of conflict in Ireland from religion to class, and boldly predicts the rise of the Irish Catholic bourgeoisie.
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