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Tom Deignan, a columnist for the Irish Voice newspaper, writes regularly for America.

Culture
Tom Deignan
Whatever else they did, the Irish forced "America to be America."
Books
Tom Deignan
Why is Irelands Edna OBrien never discussed as possible Nobel Prize winner?
Books
Tom Deignan
Roddy Doyle's new stories about aging are not excessively grim or whiny.
Books
Tom Deignan
John Millington Synge is a troubled lover in Joseph O'Connor's 'Ghost Light'
Books
Tom Deignan
Roddy Doyle's provocative trilogy raises important questions about the Irish past.
Books
Tom Deignan
John Banville is a writers writer, whom even admirers admit can be difficult.
Books
Tom Deignan
Irish fathers are a disturbingly flawed group.
Books
Tom Deignan
Patrick Taylor's 'An Irish Country Christmas,' reviewed
Books
Tom Deignan
'Netherland' is not another razzle-dazzle, postmodern novel for 23-year-old M.F.A.s.
Books
Tom Deignan
'The Deportees,' reviewed