New Voices in Irish Criticism 5

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This volume is the latest addition to the New voices in Irish Criticism series. Contributors include: Tina O’Toole, Michael O’Sullivan, Yuri Yushino, Ciara Hogan, Lynne Maes Ridder, Sean Kennedy, Thomas O’Halloran, Eoin Flannery, John-Paul McCarthy, Judith Pryor, David O’Shaughnessy, Coilin O hAodha, Claire Bracken, Anita Howard, Anne Oakman, Neil Alexander, Francesca Bovone, Catherine Kilcoyne, Mary Burke, Sian E. White, Brendan McNamee, Kenneth Nally, David Cregan, Kalene Kenefick, Edwina Keown and Shelley ...
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This volume is the latest addition to the New voices in Irish Criticism series. Contributors include: Tina O’Toole, Michael O’Sullivan, Yuri Yushino, Ciara Hogan, Lynne Maes Ridder, Sean Kennedy, Thomas O’Halloran, Eoin Flannery, John-Paul McCarthy, Judith Pryor, David O’Shaughnessy, Coilin O hAodha, Claire Bracken, Anita Howard, Anne Oakman, Neil Alexander, Francesca Bovone, Catherine Kilcoyne, Mary Burke, Sian E. White, Brendan McNamee, Kenneth Nally, David Cregan, Kalene Kenefick, Edwina Keown and Shelley Meagher. Writers discussed include: John Banville, Maria Edgeworth, Ciaran Carson, William Trevor, W.B. Yeats, Frank McGuinness, Samuel Beckett and Elizabeth Bowen.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781851828555
  • Publisher: Four Courts Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/2005
  • Pages: 100
  • Product dimensions: 6.28 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 1.13 (d)

Table of Contents

'Somewhere in the Briny Say' : an imaginative geography of Belfast 7
Glenn Patterson and Ciaran Carson : the new Northern Irish literature 15
Camping in utopia : Frank McGuinness' Carthaginians and the queer aesthetic 24
De/re/construction work : female performances of Northern Irish nationalism in the works of Anne Devlin and Christina Reid 32
Skirting around sexuality? : the plurality of the gay identity in Frank McGuinness' drama 41
Writing the Irish Republic 51
'The Ireland which we dreamed of' : the significance of the 1937 Irish constitution 59
External associations : Ireland and postcolonial studies 71
The hegemony of the paratext : an tOileanach and the Islandman 82
The Irish tenor : metaphor and its voice in Irish criticism 89
'Each nebulous atom in between' : reading liminality - Irish studies, postmodern feminism and the poetry of Catherine Walsh 97
The woman, the body and the bell : the female voice in the bell's short fiction by women, 1940-1954 109
Freud's fetishism and the mermaid 119
The new woman and the boy in fin de siecle Irish fiction 129
Imaginary characters : writing, talk and truth in Maria Edgeworth's Castle Rackrent 138
Nineteenth-century Ireland and the Orient : Tom Moore's Lalla Rookh 145
Theatricality and the Irish R.M. : comic country house dramatics versus Abbey Theatre ideology 154
'Spain vanished, and green Ireland reappeared' : Maria Edgeworth's patriotism in The absentee and Patronage 166
Yellow : Beckett and the performance of ascendancy 177
Joyce and postcolonial literature : creating an inclusive Irish identity 187
Joyce and Beckett : epiphany, the subject, and the comic 197
'There must be combustion; plot depends for its movement on internal combustion' : compass, map and palimpsest : plotting the internal combustion of Elizabeth Bowen's The last September 206
'A self-sustaining tension in space' : tradition, history, myth and John Banville 216
Warming the other side : Trevor, Cixous, and facing a new direction 224
Hibernicizing the bohemien : the Irish revival and fin de siecle Paris 231
Reforming the savage : the Ireland and England of Pedro Calderon de la Barca 241
George Moore and the 'martial outside' : concealed complexity on the route to literary freedom 254
Robert Lowell and the 'lace-curtain Irish' : identification and identity 263
Rimes of the ancient mariner : a reading of the plural poem 276
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