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    Denis Donoghue (2009). The Book of Psalms: A Translation with Commentary. Common Knowledge 15 (3):509-510.
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    Denis Donoghue (1974). A Reply to Frank Kermode. Critical Inquiry 1 (2):447-452.
    It is common knowledge that Frank Kermode is engaged in a major study of fiction and the theory of fiction. I assume that "Novels: Recognition and Deception" in the first number of Critical Inquiry is part of that adventure, and that it should be read in association with other essays on cognate themes which he has published in the last two or three years. This may account for my impression that the Critical Inquiry essay is not independently convincing. There are (...)
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    Denis Donoghue (1999). Book Review: The Practice of Reading. [REVIEW] Philosophy and Literature 23 (1).
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  4. Denis Donoghue (2011). Irish Essays. Cambridge University Press.
    Denis Donoghue has been a key figure in Irish studies and an important public intellectual in Ireland, the UK and US throughout his career. These essays represent the best of his writing and operate in conversation with one another. He probes the questions of Irish national and cultural identity that underlie the finest achievements of Irish writing in all genres. Together, the essays form an unusually lively and far-reaching study of three crucial Irish writers – Swift, Yeats and Joyce – (...)
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  5. Denis Donoghue (1983). Deconstruction: Theory and Practice (Review). Philosophy and Literature 7 (2):248-252.
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