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Winter 2001–2

George Szirtes  Fables of home

A Hungarian emigrant in England reflects on exile and identity.

Sebastian Barry  Annie Dunne

An extract from the novel

Richard English  The IRA and the cinema

How the Troubles have been portrayed in the movies [essay]

Diarmaid Ferriter  On the state funerals

The re-interment of ten IRA men executed during the War of Independence [essay]

Alan Gilsenan  The faint music of the soul

The life and work of Tom Murphy [essay]

Vona Groarke  A hundred acres, a few ditches, some mist

On picking stones and becoming a poet [memoir]

James McCabe  Estrangement

Alone in a foreign city [fiction]

Molly McCloskey  I and e

The romance of e-mail [essay]

Patrick McGrath  Letter from Ground Zero

An English novelist in Tribeca reflects on the aftermath of the September 11 attacks [essay]

Andrew McNeillie  Virginia Woolf’s America

How ‘the most English of the modernists’ viewed the USA [essay]

Tim Robinson  Three notes on the Elgin Marbles

Reading between the captions in the British Museum [essay]

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