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[E-book]: The Irish New Woman explores the textual and ideological connections between feminist, nationalist and anti-imperialist writing and political activism at the fin de siècle . This is the first study which foregrounds the Irish and New Woman contexts, effecting a paradigm shift in the critical reception of fin de siècle writers and their work.

MHRA Style Guide 3rd ed.

See School of English Information for First Years 2018-19 Pages 10-15 for further guidance.

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Introduction: English at UCC Library

This guide lists and describes resources for English at UCC Library. The tabs at the top of the page will help you find
books &e-books
journals & databases
useful web resources


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  • Library Catalogue
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  • Databases
  • Books, eBooks
  • Newspaper articles
  • Theses

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Special Collections in UCC Library

Important collections of rare & older material. Collections with useful material for English Studies:






- Book history & design:& Friedlander Collection, Cuala, Dolmen and Three Candles Presses

- Frank O’Connor: his personal collection and a reference collection of his published works.  Related material includes Nancy McCarthy’s collection

- Anglo-Irish Literature and Culture: Daniel Corkery, Gerald Goldberg and Nancy McCarthy

- 16th - 19th century: Older Printed Books

For further information on English holdings in Special Collections see here 

See also the Special Collections Guide

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