1. Pre-forgetting: Before 1798. Recycling Memory ; Initiating Counter-Memory ; Silencing ; Anticipating Forgetting -- 2. Amnesty and Amnesia: the Aftermath of 1798. Wilful Forgetting ; Unforgivingness ; Exiling Memory ; Impenitence ; The Chimera of Oblivion -- 3. The Generation of Forgetting: the First Half of the Nineteenth-Century. Uninscribed Epitaphs ; Wilful Muteness ; Versified Recall ; Fictionalized Memory ; Hesitations in Coming Out ; Collecting Recollections ; Postmemory Anxieties -- 4. Regenerated Forgetting: the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century. Continued Disremembrance ; Excavating Memory ; Countering Neglect ; Imagined Reminiscence ; Cultural Memory and Social Forgetting ; Revivalism and Re-Collecting -- 5. Decommemorating: the Turn of the Century. Infighting ; Iconoclasm ; Rowdyism ; Resurgence ; Recasting and Performing ; Historical Disregard ; Re-commemorating -- 6. Restored Forgetting: the Short Twentieth Century. Partitioned Memory ; Breaking Silence ; Unperceived Remembrance ; Troubled Forgetting ; Nonconformism -- 7. Post-Forgetting: Into the Twenty-First Century. Remembrance and Reconciliation ; Exhibiting memory ; Countering Disremembering ; Disparities of Esteem -- Conclusion: Rites of Oblivion. Dealing with the Past ; Social Forgetting beyond Ulster ; Rights of Forgetting
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