“An Appreciation of Winifred Letts”  Dr. David Clare, Mary Immaculate College, UL Winifred Letts was born in Salford, in what is now Greater Manchester, in 1882 to an English vicar father and an Irish mother. As a child, she greatly enjoyed the…
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Happy publication day to "Irish Modernisms: Gaps, Conjectures, Possibilities", edited by @Trillianapher, @johnjgreaney and myself🍾🎉I'm so excited for everyone to finally read the contributors' excellent work and scholarship. Order your library copy here: