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By Christina Morin, Niall Gillespie

Scholarly curiosity in 'the Irish Gothic' has grown at a fast speed in recent times, however the debate over precisely what constitutes this physique of literature continues to be faraway from settled. This selection of essays explores the wealthy complexities of the literary gothic in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century eire.

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52. The Critical Review 32 (November 1771), 372–7 (pp. 377, 372, 377). 53. The Critical Review 42 (August 1776), 155 (p. 155); Monthly Review 55 (September 1776), 238–9 (p. 239). 54. Ross, ‘Prose in English’, I: 273. 55. 2, 35–45 (pp. 37, 38). See also Kilfeather, ‘The Gothic Novel’, pp. 80–1. 56. See The Adventurer 72 (July 14, 1753), in The Adventurer. In Four Volumes (Dublin, 1793), III: 185–7; and The Adventurer 73 (17 July, 1753), in The Adventurer. In Four Volumes, III: 188–90. 57. The Adventurer 73 (17 July, 1753), III: 189.

The Critical Review 32 (November 1771), 372–7 (pp. 377, 372, 377). 53. The Critical Review 42 (August 1776), 155 (p. 155); Monthly Review 55 (September 1776), 238–9 (p. 239). 54. Ross, ‘Prose in English’, I: 273. 55. 2, 35–45 (pp. 37, 38). See also Kilfeather, ‘The Gothic Novel’, pp. 80–1. 56. See The Adventurer 72 (July 14, 1753), in The Adventurer. In Four Volumes (Dublin, 1793), III: 185–7; and The Adventurer 73 (17 July, 1753), in The Adventurer. In Four Volumes, III: 188–90. 57. The Adventurer 73 (17 July, 1753), III: 189.

The Critical Review 13 (March 1762), 252–7 (p. 252). For a similarly positive assessment, see Monthly Review 26 (March 1762), 236–7. 40. See Fiona Price (2001) ‘Ancient Liberties? 1, 19–38; Watt, Contesting the Gothic, Chapter 2; and Toni Wein (2002) British Identities, Heroic Nationalisms, and the Gothic Novel, 1764–1824 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 4–5. 41. ’, p. 22–3. 42. Wein, British Identities, Heroic Nationalisms, p. 5. 43. Thomas Leland (1758) The History of the Life and Reign of Philip, King of Macedon, 2 vols (London), I: 21.

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