The Resource "Poor green Erin" : German travel writers' narratives on Ireland from before the 1798 rising to after the great famine, text edited, translated and annotated by Eoin Bourke

"Poor green Erin" : German travel writers' narratives on Ireland from before the 1798 rising to after the great famine, text edited, translated and annotated by Eoin Bourke

Label
"Poor green Erin" : German travel writers' narratives on Ireland from before the 1798 rising to after the great famine
Title
"Poor green Erin"
Title remainder
German travel writers' narratives on Ireland from before the 1798 rising to after the great famine
Statement of responsibility
text edited, translated and annotated by Eoin Bourke
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Cataloging source
E7B
Dewey number
838.60908
Index
index present
LC call number
PT725
LC item number
.B68 2012eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
"Poor green Erin" : German travel writers' narratives on Ireland from before the 1798 rising to after the great famine, text edited, translated and annotated by Eoin Bourke
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; 1 Introduction: "The Niobe of Nations" -- the early literary manifestations of German awareness of Irish conditions; 2 Karl Gottlob Küttner (1783 & 1784); 2.1 The tribulations of sea travel; 2.2 Curraghmore; 2.3 Life in the Big House; 2.4 An anti-Twiss book; 2.5 The little house; 2.6 Toasts to William of Orange; 2.7 Draconian laws; 2.8 The sights of Dublin; 2.9 Polarized society; 2.10 Whiteboys and Volunteers; 2.11 The Irish language; 2.12 Irish newspapers; 2.13 Irish Attire; 2.14 Pro-American, anti-English Presbyterians; 2.15 No middle class in Ireland
  • 2.16 Trouble in the Irish Parliament2.17 English prejudices about Ireland; 2.18 An Irish wake; 2.19 A language lost; 2.20 Irish women and men; 2.21 Tarrers and featherers; 2.22 Anti-German prejudices; 2.23 The fairy world of Curraghmore; 3 Caspar Voght (1794); 3.1 May you die in Ireland!; 3.2 A country ripe for rebellion; 3.3 Economic loyalty among Catholics; 3.4 Killarney: the home of the nymph Echo; 3.5 Conditions in the South-West; 3.6 A wealthy Catholic; 3.7 Potatoes a blessing; 3.8 Trade embargos and Penal Laws; 3.9 An Act of Union as Panacea; 4 Philipp Andreas Nemnich (1806)
  • 4.1 The Act of Union4.2 Absenteeism and emigration; 4.3 Religious freedom?; 4.4 Depressed economy; 4.5 False bonhomie; 4.6 Dublin -- a city of polarities; 4.7 Cork and Hamburg; 5 Friedrich Hering (1806-07); 5.1 Arrival in Dublin; 5.2 A march through the Irish Siberia; 5.3 Dreary Dunmore; 5.4 Tuam and Ballinrobe somewhat better; 5.5 Court session in Ballinrobe; 6 Friedrich Ludwig von Wachholtz (1810); 6.1 March from Cobh to Fermoy; 7 Heinrich Dehnel (1810-1812); 7.1 Two suicides; 7.2 A hunting accident; 7.3 A farewell gift; 8 Heinrich Meidinger (1820 & 1827); 8.1 Pleasant first impressions
  • 8.2 Belfast a thriving city8.3 The road to Dublin; 8.4 The splendour of Dublin; 8.5 Irish music; 8.6 The German dimension in Irish learning; 8.7 Religions in Ireland; 8.8 Dublin trade; 8.9 Financial crisis; 8.10 Ireland's commercial potential; 8.11 Howth as point of departure; 8.12 Ulster; 8.13 Maynooth; 8.14 Cork and Holland; 8.15 Munster; 8.16 The murderous Irish; 8.17 No need for Catholic Emancipation; 8.18 The edifying effect of contact with Protestants; 8.19 The dangers of Emancipation; 8.20 The futility of revolution; 8.21 The privilege of the right to complain
  • 9 Hermann von Pückler-Muskau (1828)9.1 Pauperism, rags and joviality; 9.2 The natural grace of Irish peasant women; 9.3 Class distinctions; 9.4 An industrial scene; 9.5 Powerscourt demesne; 9.6 Donnybrook Fair; 9.7 The West; 9.8 Galway; 9.9 Galway races; 9.10 Begging with method; 9.11 The ignorant gentry; 9.12 Irish migrant workers in Lusatia?; 9.13 An Orangeman's exterminatory fantasies; 9.14 Gaiety in adversity; 9.15 Irish hyperbole; 9.16 Faction-fighting; 9.17 Good landlords; 9.18 The way to Derrynane Abbey; 9.19 Boundless honesty of the people; 9.20 The Great Agitator
Control code
ocn815476304
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 773 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783653025743
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
.b28914806
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)815476304
  • pebcs3631613695

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