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This publication analyzes 5 novels, all released among 1989 and 1999, during which the most characters are 'hyphenated people': american citizens who're ancestrally joined to, but realistically separated from, the Irish. Hallissy explores why those characters contemplate themselves as Irish, although they've got be aware of little of eire or its humans.

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