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There are 11 critical essays on Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York.

Critical Essays on Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
1,748 words, approx. 6 pages
[In the following interview, Quinn discusses Banished Children of Eve and his identity as an Irish American.]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
1,647 words, approx. 6 pages
[In the following, Kreahling discusses the historical background of Banished Children of Eve, placing special emphasis on the role of poverty in the New York Draft Riots of 1863.]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
1,615 words, approx. 5 pages
[In the following interview, Quinn and Emerson discuss the New York Draft Riots of 1863.]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
1,422 words, approx. 5 pages
[In the following review, Hennessy commends Banished Children of Eve, claiming that the novel "marks a new voice in the annals of Irish literacy."]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
939 words, approx. 3 pages
[In the following review, Bartelme offers a favorable assessment of Banished Children of Eve.]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
937 words, approx. 3 pages
[In the following review, Garvey praises Banished Children of Eve, calling it both "vividly imagined" and "scrupulously researched."]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
893 words, approx. 3 pages
[In the following review, Bass commends Quinn for his "pungent style, refusal to romanticize and affinity for historical details."]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
845 words, approx. 3 pages
[In the following positive review, Crowley describes Banished Children of Eve as "the mature fruit of protracted labor."]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
784 words, approx. 3 pages
[Perrin is an American essayist, nonfiction writer, critic, and educator. In the following review of Banished Children of Eve, he praises the novel's "fascinating details about life in New York in 1863," but faults its "lurid" melodrama teeming with "too many characters involved in too many plots."]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
781 words, approx. 3 pages
[In the following mixed review of Banished Children of Eve, Walsh argues that Quinn is not entirely successful handling the vastness of his narrative and the large number of characters.]
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Banished Children of Eve: A Novel of Civil War New York
766 words, approx. 3 pages
[In the following review, Cullen offers praise for Banished Children of Eve, calling it "a compelling, textured account."]


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