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11 John Hewitt, Ulster Poets, , op. cit., p 12 For a brief account of this theme, see Ivan Herbison, Presbyterianism, Politics and Po ; 4 Hewitt’s approach to the Rhyming Weavers can be seen in terms of a quest for personal literary identity and a search for a critical agenda for Ulster writers. There is no doubt that he Author: Ivan Herbison. Hewitt, John, 'Ulster Poets, ' (Belfast, ), 27 pp. Lecture delivered to the Belfast Literary Society, 2 January ; includes the Rhyming Weaver poets. Hickey, Raymond, 'Ireland as a Linguistic Area', Ulster Folklife 45 (), As the 19th century was coming to a close, there were many in Ireland who recognized that the Irish language (Gaeilge), was in danger of William Butler Yeats, poet, playwright and Irish nationalist was born in Sandymount, County Dublin on July 13th, His father, John, was a portrait painter In the aftermath of the Great Famine. In the Victorian chapter, Carleton is paired with Thomas D’Arcy McGee, a Catholic from the border with Ulster, though much of the chapter deals with Ulster poets, such as Francis Davis (the “Belfastman”) and William McComb. Vance, Norman. Irish Literature since Longman Literature in English. London and New York: Longman,

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