(2008). Land and landscape in the Dublin Penny Journal, 1832-1833.
In: Hooper, Glenn and Ní Bhroiméil, Úna eds.
Land and Landscape in Nineteenth-Century Ireland.
Nineteenth-Century Ireland Series.
Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 13–24.
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This essay focuses on how the themes of land and landscape were represented in a nineteenth-century Irish popular periodical, the Dublin Penny Journal, through the articles of its two editors, George Petrie and Caesar Otway. It examines how the authors provided their readers with a framework for interpreting Ireland and Irish identity, and how they attempted to reconcile their cultural goals with the commercial goals of a periodical publication.
||2008 Four Courts Press
||Based on papers presented at the 2005 annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland, held in Limerick
||Ireland; periodicals; 19th century; landscape
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