Rita F. Stein - Medical - 1971 - 288 pages
Considers ways in which the traditions and values of Irish-Americans and Italian-Americans affect the behavior of emotionally disturbed adolescent boys from the two ethnic groups.
Deborah M. Averill - Fiction - 1982 - 328 pages
An historical and critical introduction to the Irish short story from George Moore, the founder of the genre, to Frank O'Connor, its most recent practitioner.
Antonia McManus - History - 2002 - 270 pages
For over one hundred and thirty-six years the hedge school masters were the dominant educators in Ireland. For most of that time, they worked underground due to the strictures ...