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Photograph of Cathal Goan
Cathal Goan introduces the Thomas MacDonagh episode of the 1966 RTE documentary series "On Behalf of the Provisional Government" by  Aindreas Ó Gallchoir.Cathal Goan is former Director-General of RTÉ and Chairman of Druid Theatre Company. He was…

Photograph of Dr. Shane Kenna
Recording of Dr. Shane Kenna's lecture 'When the Dawn is Come: The Life and Times of Thomas MacDonagh' delivered at the symposium 'Revival to Revolution: the Literary Career of Thomas MacDonagh' (National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, 24th-25th June…

Photograph of Prof. Declan Kiberd (left), Prof. Kurt Bullock (centre), Dr Shane Kenna (right)
Prof. Declan Kiberd's opening address at the conference 'Revival to Revolution: the Literary Career of Thomas MacDonagh'.Declan Kiberd is Keough Professor of Irish Studies at University of Notre Dame. He was for many years Professor of Anglo-Irish…

Photograph of Prof. Kurt Bullock (centre)
Recording of the lecture 'A Rhetoric of Motives: MacDonagh and the Irish Review Coup' by Prof. Kurt Bullock, Grand Valley State University. Prof. Bullock's presentation was delivered at the National Gallery of Ireland during the symposium 'Revival to…

Photograph of the pamphlet The Sinn Féin Leaders of 1916
This pamphlet provides ‘14 illustrations and complete lists of deportees and casualties’

Cover of Thomas MacDonagh'sThe Golden Joy (1906)
The Golden Joy is Thomas MacDonagh’s third collection of poetry.  According to Lawrence William White, this volume symbolizes MacDonagh’s transition ‘from Christian mysticism to neo-platonism’ where the poet is conceived ‘as divinely…

Photograph of the first page of theIrish Review(Sept.-Nov. 1914)
The final issue of the Irish Review features another 'Manifesto to the Irish Volunteers' a document which illustrates the 1914 Volunteer split following Redmond’s exhortation to the Irish Volunteers to fight in the First World War. The…

Photograph of the cover of theIrish Reviewlast issue
Cover of the final issue of the Irish Review spanning three months (September to November 1914). The subheading defines the Review as 'A Monthly Magazine of Irish Politics, Literature and Art'.

Photograph of the Irish Reviewfrontispiece with plate by Nathaniel Hone (January 1912)
Frontispiece of the January 1912 Irish Review with a plate by Nathaniel Hone entitled “The Wave.” Nathaniel Hone II (1831-1917) was connected with other important painters and art dealers on the Irish scene such as John B. Yeats, Sarah Purser and…

Photograph ofHarry Clarke’s plate in the Irish Review
Plate for the July 1913 issue of the Irish Review by Harry Clarke. The plate “The Silver Apples of the Moon, the Golden Apples of the Sun” illustrates W.B. Yeats’s poem “The Song of Wandering Aengus.”
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