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Anne Devlin
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Brown, Terrence, Ireland's Literature: Selected Essays, Barnes & Noble Books, 1988.

The most relevant chapter in this collection of essays is the final one, "Awakening from the Nightmare: History and Contemporary Literature," in which Brown discusses how Northern Ireland's poets and writers have interpreted the recent phase of their country's history. In the work of Frank McGuiness, Stewart Parker, and Brendan Kennelly, Brown sees signs of an openness to new interpretations of the past.

Devlin, Bernadette, Price of My Soul, Knopf, 1969.

Devlin took part in the early civil rights protests in Derry and became the youngest person ever to be elected to the British parliament. She was twenty-one when elected in 1969. Her vivid autobiography covers the early days of the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland.

Lojek, Helen, "Difference without Indifference: The Drama of Frank McGuiness and Anne Devlin," in Eire/Ireland, Vol. 25, No. 2, Summer 1990, pp. 56-68.

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