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Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, Volume 7.1




Contested Witnesses in Irish and Scottish Literature
Volume Seven, Issue One (Autumn 2013)

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Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, Volume 7.1 (2013) Contested Witnesses in Irish and scottish Literature, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, pp204+vi, ISSN-1753-2396

The Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies is the only journal devoted to scholarly work in the languages, history, literature and cultures of both countries.

Available Open Access - free to read and free to download from


The Heretic and the Hibernophobe; Foreign Perceptions of Ireland from Antiquity to c. AD 1200
Aideen O’Leary

Ghostly Repetitons: The Supernatural, Nostalgia and Classical Tradition in James Macpherson’s Ossian
Ersev Ersoy

‘Shameful Literary Traditions’: Daniel Corkery and the Literary Reputation of Francis Sylvester Mahony
Fergus Dunne

Individual Doubt in George MacDonald’s English Novels
Tim Baker

Decolonizing Anarchic Formations and the State’s Politics of Isolationism
in Patrick McCabe’s The Butcher Boy
Shahriyar Mansouri

Following in Caryl Churchill’s Footsteps: Rona Munro’s neo-Brechtian Didactic Paratext in Pandas (2011)
Virginie Privas-Bréauté

Jarring Witnesses in the Poetry of John Hewitt and Derek Mahon
Edwin Cruden