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Abadi-Nagy, Zoltan (editor), HJEAS: Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies. Debrecen, Hungary. Vol. 10, Nos. 1-2 (Spring/Fall, 2004). 360 pages. No price given.

Aldous, Richard, Macmillan, Eisenhower and the Cold War. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005. 205 pages. EUR 55.00/GBP 40.00 (hardback).

Arthur, Chris, Irish Haiku. Colorado: The Davies Group, 2005. iv + 232 pages. No price given.

Arthur, Chris, Irish Nocturnes. Colorado: The Davies Group, 1999. iv + 243 pages. No price given.

Arthur, Chris, Irish Willow. Colorado: The Davies Group, 2002. iv + 233 pages. No price given.

A Widening Gyre: Poems on W. B. Yeats. Edited and Prefaced by Toshi Furomoto. 2004. i + xviii pages.

Brand, Paul, Kevin Costello, and W. N. Osborough (editors), Adventures Of The Law. British Legal History Conference, Dublin, 2003. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005. v + 331 pages. EUR 55.00/GBP 45.00 (hardback).

Breathnach, Padraic, Ingne Dearga Dheaideo. Indreabhan, Conamara: Clo Iar-Chonnachta, 2005. 195 pages. EUR 12.00 (paperback).

Brown, Michael, Charles I. McGrath, and Thomas P. Power (editors), Converts and Conversion in Ireland, 1650-1850. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005. 320 pages. EUR 55.00/GBP 50.00 (hardback).

Carson, Ciaran, The Midnight Court. A New Translation of Cuirt an Mhean Oiche by Brian Merriman. Oldcastle, Co. Meath: The Gallery Press, 2005. 62 pages. EUR 11.50 (paperback).

Chambers, Liam, Michael Moore c.1639-1726: Provost of Trinity. Rector of Paris. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005. 160 pages. EUR 45.00/ GBP 45.00 (hardback).

Crivelli, Renzo S., Una Rosa Per Joyce/A Rose for Joyce. Trieste: MGS Press S.A.S., 2004. 221 pages. EUR 18.00 (paperback).

Crowley, Tony, Wars of Words: The Politics of Language in Ireland 1537-2004. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. viii + 253 pages. GBP 30.00 (hardback).

Deane, Seamus, Foreign Affections: Essays on Edmund Burke: Critical Conditions: Field Day Essays. Vol. 15. Cork: Cork University Press in Association with Field Day, 2005. ix + 220 pages. EUR 29.00/GBP 19.95 (hardback).

Dictionary of Munster Women Writers, 1800-2000. Edited by Tina O'Toole. Cork: Cork University Press, 2005. v + 330 pages. EUR 29.00/GBP 19.95 (hardback).

Doorley, Michael, Irish-American Diaspora Nationalism: The Friends Of Irish Freedom, 1916-1935. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005. 223 pages. EUR 55.00/GBP 50.00 (hardback).

Dudley, Rowena, The Irish Lottery 1780-1801. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005. 166 pages. EUR 40.00/GBP 35.00 (hardback).

Dudley Edwards, Ruth, An Atlas of Irish History. Basingstoke: Hampshire: Taylor & Francis Group, 2005. x + 299 pages. GBP 14.99 (paperback).

Etudes Irlandaises: Printemps 2005. No 30.1. Edited by P. Amiot-Jouenne, C. Bonafous-Murat, C. Fierobe, C. Gillissen and W. Hutchinson. Villeneuve d'Ascq cedex: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2005. 232 pages. EUR 20.00 (paperback).

Fallon, Padraic, 'The Vision of Mac Conglinne' and Other Plays. Manchester: Carcanet Press Ltd., 2005. vii + 242 pages. GBP 14.95 (paperback).

Frawley, Oona, Irish Pastoral: Nostalgia and Twentieth-Century Irish Literature. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2005. v + 206 pages. GBP 55.00/GBP 45.00 (hardback); EUR 25.00/GBP 19.50 (paperback).

Gillespie, Raymond, Reading Ireland: Print, Reading and Social Change in Early Modern Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2005. vi + 222 pages. GBP 55.00 (hardback).

Gillis, Alan, Irish Poetry of the 1930s. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. viii + 228 pages. GBP 45.00 (hardback).

Griffin, Brian, Sources For The Study of Crime in Ireland 1801-1921. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005. EUR 45.00/GBP 40.00 (hardback); EUR 14.95/GBP 14.95 (paperback).

Hagemann, Susanne, Feminism and Territoriality: A Bifocal Case Study of Literary Irelands.

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