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Author: James Duffy
Publisher: Forgotten Books
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He published five or six magazines , the best being perhaps The Irish Catholic
Magazine and the longest - lived The Fireside Magazine which began in 1850
and lasted four years . Duffy ' s Hibernian Magazine * began in 1860 at
Only the first retrieved any articles, each of them spurious. 'Sir William Wilde Duffy's Hibernian Magazine, 5 (1864), pp. 201-3. 'Science in Relation to Society', Duffy's Hibernian Magazine, 1 (1860), p. 246. 'Facts About Faces', Duffy's
Author: Juliana Adelman
Adelman challenges historians to reassess the relationship between science and society, showing that the unique situation in Victorian Ireland can nonetheless have important implications for wider European interpretations of the development of this relationship during a period of significant change.
Dublin Monthly Magazine , The ( 1842 ) ( see Citizen ; A Monthly Journal of
Politics , Literature and Art , The ) 104 ... s Fireside Magazine 116 Duffy ' s Hibernian Magazine 128 Duffy ' s Hibernian Sixpenny Magazine ( 1862 ) ( see
Duffy ' s ...
Author: Tom Clyde
Category: Literary Collections
Every significant Irish writer, from Swift to Heaney, and including Ferguson, Yeats, Kavanagh, Hewitt, and many more, has been intimately involved in Irish literary magazines, as contributor, reviewer or editor. These magazines provided successive generations of writers and artists with their village square, club and debating society rolled into one, and help us to chart the significance of the multifarious literary inter-relationships, and of the writers' interaction with their own times. This is the first comprehensive guide to almost three hundred years of Irish literary magazines - an important, but neglected resource for those interested in a number of areas of Irish Studies, including literature, and literary, social, cultural and economic history. In two parts, it firstly summarises the use which has been made of this material to date, and then outlines the history of these magazines, their development, personalities, and major themes and formats. There follows a descriptive bibliographical listing of well over two hundred Irish literary magazines giving the basic bibliographical details, summaries of each title, its contents and importance. There are also a number of distribution maps and chronological charts. No serious study of any Irish writer is complete without an examination of this vital context to their life and work.
This volume describes in detail more than 3900 newspapers and periodicals in all fields: art, literature, theatre, science, music, law, agriculture, labour, politics, trade, home and church. Its indexes list all periodicals published in each Irish city and town, and gives readers access to such diverse subjects as the slave trade, town directories, gardening, geology, fiction, folklore, antiquities, public health. Locations are provided for most titles, as well as a description of the political and religious orientation, indexing, personnel, issuing bodies, frequency and publishing history. An essential reference work for every Irish Studies program and reference library. "A project of enormous importance. ... A wealth of information ... thoroughly indexed ... (with) a graceful h umane appearance."-Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America. ".. .the place where nineteenth century Irish research begins."--James Harner, in the MLA's Research Sources in English. "It is above all the indexes which make an already impressively detailed and exhaustive piece of research into a fundamental 'must' for 19th century historians."--F. J. G. Robinson, Director, The 19th Century Short Title Catalogue. "Remarkable comprehensiveness and skillful cross-indexing. ... The Directory will prove indispensible."--Richard Morton, English Studies in Canada. "The well-nigh definitive guide to the raw materials for a history of Irish journalism. ... Its acquisition is unavoidable."--W. G. Wheeler, Queen's University, Belfast
DUFFY'S HIBERNIAN MAGAZINE (1860-1861); DUFFY'S HIBERNIAN
SIXPENNY MAGAZINE (1862-1864) Duffy's Hibernian was one of a number of
cheap*, unillustrated magazines issued from James Duffy's* publishing house in
Author: Laurel Brake
Publisher: Academia Press
A large-scale reference work covering the journalism industry in 19th-Century Britain.
Dublin University Magazine . ” The King ' s Thief . “ Commercial ... or Chronicles
of Ballytrain . ( This is “ Red Hall ” under another name , and somewhat revised -
1 vol . , Dublin , 8vo . ) ... Duffy ' s Hibernian Magazine . ” The Rapparee . “ Duffy '
What we know about Duffy leads us to believe that he was an astute
businessman, and it is hard to fathom a businessman letting one aspect of his
empire slide without having a recovery plan in place. In any event, Duffy's Hibernian Magazine ...
Author: Elizabeth Tilley
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Literary Criticism
This book offers a new interpretation of the place of periodicals in nineteenth-century Ireland. Case studies of representative titles as well as maps and visual material (lithographs, wood engravings, title-pages) illustrate a thriving industry, encouraged, rather than defeated by the political and social upheaval of the century. Titles examined include: The Irish Magazine, and Monthly Asylum for Neglected Biography and The Irish Farmers’ Journal, and Weekly Intelligencer; The Dublin University Magazine; Royal Irish Academy Transactions and Proceedings and The Dublin Penny Journal; The Irish Builder (1859-1979); domestic titles from the publishing firm of James Duffy; Pat and To-Day’s Woman. The Appendix consists of excerpts from a series entitled ‘The Rise and Progress of Printing and Publishing in Ireland’ that appeared in The Irish Builder from July of 1877 to June of 1878. Written in a highly entertaining, anecdotal style, the series provides contemporary information about the Irish publishing industry.
Author: Olga Fernández Vicente Asier Altuna García de Salazar, M.a Luisa Suárez CastiñeiraPublish On: 2009
Duffy. and. Duffy's. Irish. Catholic. Magazine. Anne MacCarthy The following will
give a brief account of the life of ... Duffy's Hibernian Magazine; the Illustrated
Dublin Journal and Duffy's Hibernian Sixpenny Magazine, which finished in 1864
Author: Olga Fernández Vicente Asier Altuna García de Salazar, M.a Luisa Suárez Castiñeira
Publisher: Universidad de Deusto
Category: Literary Criticism
New Perspectives on James Joyce Ignatius Loyola, make haste to help me! gathers a selection of papers delivered at the 20th Conference of the James Joyce Spanish Society. The book includes studies on relevant issues still raised by Joyce’s work, such as Joyce’s handling of time and memory, Joyce and the Jesuits, Joyce and literary connections, Joyce in translation, new eco-critical readings of Joyce’s work, Joyce in the light of textual linguistics or how to render Joyce more accessible.
COMMENTARY A highly popular novel , it is known from at least eight different
New York imprints ( represented in the InND ... COMMENTARY First serialized in Duffy ' s Hibernian Magazine ( Dublin , 1861 ) , and the Irish American ( New York
Author: Rolf Loeber
Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd
Most Irish fiction published between 1650 and 1900 has fallen into virtual oblivion. Research by the Loebers for their Guide to Irish fiction has led to the identification of hundreds of unknown or forgotten Irish authors and their works, and provides thousands of summaries of novels and anthologies. Carefully documented, A guide to Irish fiction presents details of the publication of Irish fiction in Ireland, England, and North America, as well as several other European countries. Written for literary scholars and students, this book constitutes an essential tool for historians, librarians and antiquarian booksellers.
From this photograph we can deduce that this is the same stone to which
reference is made in an article entitled ' Etchings from Torry ' , published in Duffy ' s Hibernian Magazine in 1862 . The anonymous author of the Hibernian
Author: Francis John Byrne
Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd
Category: Literary Collections
Forty essays presented by Smyth (medieval history, U. of London) explore a range of topics in Celtic studies. The articles, penned for the most part by Irish scholars, discuss such issues as archaeological analyses of agriculture and population, the emergence of Clann Cholmbin in the sixth through e