Irish University Review

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Description : A journal of Irish studies.


Irish Studies Now

Author by : Emilie Pine
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Description : This volume reflects on the pressing questions for Irish literary studies now. Contributors challenge prevailing assumptions within the field, seek to displace the canon, and define alternative paths. From queer studies to transnationalism, from #MeToo to the politics of representing disability, this collection opens up the institution of Irish criticism and considers the ethical challenges and opportunities for scholars working in the field today from concerns with identity politics to questions of form. Moreover, the collection reflects on where we have come from and the development of Irish studies both in the Irish University Review and internationally in Asia, Australasia, Europe, and South America.


Irish University Review A Journal Of Irish Studies

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The Dublin University Review And Quarterly Magazine

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The Dublin University Review

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Irish Women Writers

Author by : Alexander G. Gonzalez
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Publisher by : Greenwood Publishing Group
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Description : Surveys the lives and works of roughly 75 Irish women writers active in a range of genres and periods.


Oscar Wilde And Contemporary Irish Drama

Author by : Graham Price
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Description : This book is about the Wildean aesthetic in contemporary Irish drama. Through elucidating a discernible Wildean strand in the plays of Brian Friel, Tom Murphy, Thomas Kilroy, Marina Carr and Frank McGuinness, it demonstrates that Oscar Wilde's importance to Ireland's theatrical canon is equal to that of W. B. Yeats, J. M. Synge and Samuel Beckett. The study examines key areas of the Wildean aesthetic: his aestheticizing of experience via language and self-conscious performance; the notion of the dandy in Wildean texts and how such a figure is engaged with in today's dramas; and how his contribution to the concept of a ‘verbal theatre’ has influenced his dramatic successors. It is of particular pertinence to academics and postgraduate students in the fields of Irish drama and Irish literature, and for those interested in the work of Oscar Wilde, Brian Friel, Tom Murphy, Thomas Kilroy, Marina Carr and Frank McGuinness.


Image Illusion

Author by : Roger Joseph McHugh
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National Identities And Imperfections In Contemporary Irish Literature

Author by : Luz Mar González-Arias
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Description : This book is about the role that the imperfect, the disquieting and the dystopian are currently playing in the construction of Irish identities. All the essays assess identity issues that require urgent examination, problematize canonical definitions of Irishness and, above all, look at the ways in which the artistic output of the country has been altered by the Celtic Tiger phenomenon and its subsequent demise. Recent narrative from Ireland, principally published in the twenty-first century and/or at the end of the 1990s, is dealt with extensively. The authors examined include Eavan Boland, Mary Rose Callaghan, Peter Cunningham, Emma Donoghue, Anne Enright, Emer Martin, Lia Mills, Paul Muldoon, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Bernard O’Donoghue, Peter Sirr and David Wheatley.


Brian Friel

Author by : Scott Boltwood
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