With the passage of time Irish Catholics eventually did become part of the fabric of Australian society. With the coming of each generation, they moved along and some of them, up the social scale. But their ascent was neither rapid nor easy.
Three new Irish or Irish Australian fictions reviewed by book-devourer, Frank O’Shea
A summary of Irish role in history and literature of Australia, written prior to more recent research and publications in the area.
11th November: does this date have an uncanny talismanic quality?
Barry Versus Kelly is unabashedly and unashamedly partisan show, which tells a very familiar story in quirky ways that are always entertaining.
How much of Ned is in the coffin?