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The Library Bar is the perfect venue for a quiet drink and you may dine in the award-winning PJ's Restaurant or in the informal Dungeon Restaurant. In one worked the administrators of the ‘Modern MA’, a course that specialised in literary theory; in the other those of the ‘MA in Anglo-Irish Literature’, a course devoted to novelists, playwrights and poets. Despite the continuing power of the Church in terms of its control of primary and secondary education as well as its ideological or ideational control exhibited by its parish priests and hierarchy, the Church no longer possesses its historic role both in defining Irish identity and establishing the cultural values of Irish society.

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Publisher: Monsoon Books Pte. Ltd. (June 1, 2007)

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