Dublin essays / by Arthur Clery Clery, Arthur, 1879-1932

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Clery, Arthur, 1879-1932
Subjects
Irish question; Ireland.; Irish essays.
Contents
  • Thomas Kettle.
  • A Gaelic university.
  • A forgotten virtue.
  • As in 1800.
  • Is Ireland a country or a county?
  • The justice of the British democracy.
  • Could our religion be rushed?
  • The religious angle in Ireland.
  • The passing of University college, Stephen's Green.
  • The plague of B. A.'s.
  • The sect of the Gael.
  • Rugby football and the "condumnium."
  • Some lies of early Irish history.
  • Democracy of dialect.
  • Irish genius in English prose.
  • Votes for children.
  • The pseudo-science of classics.
  • The snobbery of Quintus Horatius Flaccus.
  • The theatre: its educational value.
  • The religious aspect of women's suffrage.
  • Ireland, Irish and otherwise.
  • Policies in Ireland.
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