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The Irish Review is a refereed journal. Since it first appeared in 1986 it has established itself as a journal of record. It provides a forum for critical and creative writing in English and Irish. Its editorial policy is pluralist and interdisciplinary; pluralist in its commitment to involving writers from all parts of the island and from other countries; interdisciplinary in its desire to publish articles on the arts, society, philosophy, history, politics, the environment and science. The aim is to serve a general rather than a specialist readership.

Publisher: Cork University Press

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Volume 31, Number 1, July 2004

Editorial
pp. 1-1(1)

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Ireland, Modernization and the 'Enlightenment' Debate
pp. 28-39(12)
Author: Denby, David

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Ireland, Technology and the Language of the Future
pp. 66-73(8)
Author: Lillington, Karlin

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What Becomes of Rural Ireland?
pp. 74-78(5)
Author: Stevens, Dominic

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Northern Futures
pp. 79-87(9)

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Travelling with Crime Novels
pp. 88-89(2)
Author: Benjamin, Walter

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On the Popularity of the Crime Novel
pp. 90-95(6)
Author: Brecht, Bertolt

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New Poems
pp. 96-99(4)
Author: Quinn, Justin

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