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Description: The All Ireland Review was published in the early twentieth century and was founded and edited by Standish O'Grady. O'Grady was determined that the periodical would give a voice to a soft form of Irish nationalism that espoused "greater mutual tolerance for the achievement of greater national solidarity", as an article in the journal from 1900 described. In appearance, the publication more closely resembles the style and format of a newspaper. However, it contains literary contributions from significant authors of the time including O'Grady himself, Yeats, Æ, Moira O'Neill, Joseph Campbell, and Alice Milligan. Notably, there are articles that provide a social commentary on controversial issues of the day, such as the promotion of the Irish language, exemplified by the article entitled, "Irishwomen and the Home Language" by Mary E. L. Butler, published in 1900. Articles on Irish history, culture, and language are also included. This journal will be of interest to scholars of Irish literature, culture, and social history.
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