Reynolds, Lorna. Kate O’Brien: A Literary Portrait. Colin Smythe; Barnes and Noble, 1987.
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JOF took the state school-leaving exam plus a university entrance exam which was challenging partly because in Latin it had an oral component which demanded classical Latin pronunciation: the Church Latin she had learned at...
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At home she lectured to the English Society at University College , Dublin, providing, from the point of view of budding writers, an invaluable supplement to the degree course in English Literature.
Kilroy, Thomas, Elizabeth Walsh Peavoy, Mary Lavin, and Elizabeth Walsh Peavoy. “Foreword”. In a Café, Town House, 1995, p. vii - x.
As well as strongly opposing the convent or the clerical education system, ML took a strong interest in the Irish university problem. When she was writing her novels Catholics were discouraged from attending the long-established...
This book was written during a highly social period of ES 's life, and advertised in February 1799.
Most copies having been no doubt read to pieces, this is now a very rare...
Czlapinski, Rebecca, and Eric C. Wheeler. Sleath Sleuth. New Eleanor Sleath Biography.
Garside, Peter, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press, 2000.