Sir,—PatrickMaume highlights an interesting account of the 1886 visit to Ireland byWilliam Morris (‘letters’, HI Summer 2000) in response to my article inthe previous issue (HI Spring 2000). I suspect […]

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Sir,—With regard to Thomas O’Loughlin’s ‘Giraldus Cambrensis’s view ofEurope’ (HI Summer 2000), would the fact that Reggio di Calabria isemphasised in the map have anything to do with the fact […]

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Sir,—I read withgreat interest the response of readers (‘letters’, HI Summer 2000) tomy article, ‘Charles Lambe and the West of Ireland’ (HI Spring 2000). Jim Jenkins wonders if Dancing at […]

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Sir,–Bob Curran, in his article ‘Was Dracula an Irishman?’ (HI Summer 2000), cites my joint study of the Irish background, The Undead: the legend of Bram Stoker and Dracula, written […]

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Charles Doherty lectures in early Irish history at University College Dublin; Dermot Keogh is professor history at University College Cork Neil Fleming is a research student at the Institute of […]

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