- Title Pages
1The Nature of Improvement in Ireland
2Palmerston’s Conquest of Sligo
3‘A Voice for Ireland’: Isaac Butt, Environmental Justice, and the Dilemmas of the Irish Land Question
4‘In The Open Country’: Nature and the Environment during the ‘Monster’ Meeting Campaign of 1843
5Therapeutic Environments in Nineteenth-Century Ireland: Hybrid Spaces and Practices
6On Why the UK’s First National Park Might Have Been in Ireland
7Towards an Environmental History of Nineteenth-Century Dublin
8Mainstream or Tributary? The Question of ‘Hibernian’ Fishes in William Thompson’s The Natural History of Ireland (1849–56)
9The Ocean of Truth: Atlantic Imagery in Emily Lawless’s Major Lawrence, F.L.S. (1885) and Grania: The Story of an Island (1892)
10Seumas O’Sullivan and Revivalist Nature Poetry
- Nature and the Environment in Nineteenth-Century Ireland
- Matthew Kelly
- Liverpool University Press
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