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The National Journal

The Dublin University Magazine (1833–1877)
  • Elizabeth TilleyEmail author
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Part of the New Directions in Book History book series (NDBH)

Abstract

The tone of the Dublin University Magazine’s editor upon the publication of the magazine’s 100th issue was justifiably self-congratulatory. The 1830s did seem to mark the beginning of a resurgence in literary energy in Ireland, and ten years on, the DUM was still riding a wave of confidence, to a certain extent the result of Ireland’s finding its place again after the political and economic consequences of the Act of Union in 1801.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National University of Ireland GalwayGalwayRepublic of Ireland

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