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PART ONE THE STUDY OF THE IRISH BORDER
LITERATURE ON PARTITION
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According anglicization Anglo-Irish Anglo-Norman Antrim Armagh B1nchy became Beckett Belfast British Isles Celtic centre Church claim colony concept Connacht conquest contrasts cultural Curt1s divide Donegal Dublin Dublin government east Ulster ecclesiastical economic eighteenth century emigration England Episcopalian established Evans f1gures f1rst fact frontier Gaeltacht geographical George O'Br1en Ibid immigrants industry influence invasion Irish Border Irish Free Irish language Irish nationalism Irish Nationalists Irish Republic Irish Sea Irish speakers Irishmen land boundary Leinster less Londonderry Lough majority Mediaeval Ireland modern natural Northern Ireland O'Faola1n O'Neill parliament Partition Plantation political population Presbyterian Protestant province regional religion religious Republic of Ireland rest of Ireland Roman Catholic says Scotland Scots Scottish settlement six counties social Southern term territory Thomas O'Rah1lly tradition Tyrone Ui Neill Ulaid Ulster since 1800 Ulster under H.R. Ulster Unionist Ulstermen Union United Kingdom unity Valera Viking Wales Welsh whole island Woodburn