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Published in Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, Vol. 100, No. 400, A Century of Studies (Winter 2011), pp. 489-500

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In a seminal article published in Studies in 1965, Augustine Martin noted now Irish writers were characterised by what he termed 'inherited dissent', a tendency that led them to replace their original religious faith with blends of the mystical and aesthetic:

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