To date, Sarah McKibben's elegant and enlightening study of early modern Irish language poetry is one of the few studies in either literary tradition to take seriously the implications of such a charge.
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EMoIr stands for Early Modern Irish (linguistics)
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This, and a great deal else in the book, underscores the complexity of identity during this period and much of early modern Irish and British history.
While these databases have forever changed the landscape of early modern Irish writing, they cannot provide a map to help the reader navigate this difficult and unfamiliar terrain.
He is rightly warm in his welcome for this contextualizing of early modern Irish religious history within British archipelagic and European continental historiography.
This volume performs a great service by creating a broader context for the specific observations offered on 'slipping' in Medieval Latin, Anglo-Saxon legal texts, Lazamon's Brut, the Old Saxon Heliand, Middle High German narrative verse, the Low German, Medieval Dutch, Yiddish, and Early New High German versions of Eulenspiegel, Old Icelandic (including the sagas, laws, and the Voluspa), Medieval Welsh narrative texts, and Old to Early Modern Irish.
: Colonial and Confessional Mentalites in Early Modern Ireland Four Courts Press, 2004, 75 [euro] WHEN COMPILING a bibliography for students approaching early modern Irish history, one is immediately struck by the contribution that Karl Bottigheimer has made to the field.
The solution to this mystery, and many problems besides, are addressed in this excellent study which establishes Vincent Carey among the prime practitioners both of Irish political history of the sixteenth century and of early modern Irish and British history in a European context.
Discussing the significance of the different types of evidence only would have aided in showing how printed materials infused all parts of early modern Irish society.