New Voices in Irish Criticism

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The third volume in the literature series includes contributions from: Mary Burke, James Byrne, Anthony Caleshu, Heather Clark, Elke D'Hoker, Michael Flanagan, Oona Frawley, Jason Hall, Michael Jaros, Ronan Kelly, Padraig Kirwan, Heather Laird, Dymphna Lonergan, Virginia Mack, Márta Minier, Ruben Moi, Sean Moore, Katie Moylan, Catriona Ó Torna, Cristina Pascual Aransáez, Michelle Paul, Maria Power, Loredana Salis, Claire Schomp, Gerold Sedlmayr, Kersti Tarien and Desmond ...
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The third volume in the literature series includes contributions from: Mary Burke, James Byrne, Anthony Caleshu, Heather Clark, Elke D'Hoker, Michael Flanagan, Oona Frawley, Jason Hall, Michael Jaros, Ronan Kelly, Padraig Kirwan, Heather Laird, Dymphna Lonergan, Virginia Mack, Márta Minier, Ruben Moi, Sean Moore, Katie Moylan, Catriona Ó Torna, Cristina Pascual Aransáez, Michelle Paul, Maria Power, Loredana Salis, Claire Schomp, Gerold Sedlmayr, Kersti Tarien and Desmond Traynor.
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From the fourth meeting of an annual conference providing graduate students a forum in Ireland to present and discuss their research, 27 papers consider such topics as Phoenicianism and the construction of Irish Traveller origins, Val Mulkerns and the technique of radical ambiguity, and filming urban Ireland. The conference was held in Galway in spring 2001. The book is distributed in the US by ISBS. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781851826346
  • Publisher: Four Courts Press
  • Publication date: 4/4/2002
  • Pages: 288

Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction 1
Phoenicianism and the Construction of Irish Traveller Origins 9
Mr. Dooley's Dialect(ic) as Delineation and Creation of an Irish-American Community 16
What Kind of Disorganization Is This? 24
'Going North': MacNeice and Heaney 29
Negative Aesthetics in Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Ein Brief and John Banville's The Newton Letter 36
'For the Triumph of the Patriot Arms' - The Christian Brothers, Our Boys and Militant Nationalism in Irish Popular Culture, 1914-1922 44
Yeats, Synge and the Inheritance of Nostalgia 50
Forms of Redress: Seamus Heaney's Early Lyric Strategies 57
Locating 'The True-Born Irishman': Patriotism, Nationalism and Charles Macklin 63
Thomas Moore and Irish Historiography 70
Native American Individuality and Cultural Chronology in Sherman Alexie's The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven 75
Boycotting: Subversive Law as Alternative Law in Late Nineteenth-Century Ireland 82
Native Voices: Irish Language Speaking Characters in Thomas Keneally's The Great Shame and Christopher Koch's Out of Ireland 88
Challenging the Authority of the Lonely Voice: Val Mulkerns and the Technique of Radical Ambiguity 94
Krapp's Last Tape: The Problematics of Investigating Translation as Acculturation 101
'Mud Rooms', 'Plots' and 'Slight Returns': What are the Points of Paul Muldoon's Postmodernist Play in Hay? 108
Taking the Bull by the Horns: The Edgeworth's Essay on Irish Bulls and the Historicising of Irish 'Sly Civility' 115
Celluloid Cityscapes: Filming Urban Ireland 123
Constraidi agus Ide-eolaiochtai i gCruthu na Gaeltachta 130
A New Approach to Oscar Wilde's Literary Criticism: Revaluation of Wilde's Aesthetics in the Perspective of Reception Theory 137
Modernising O'Casey: Challenging Critical Orthodoxies 142
From Ecumenism to Community Relations: National-level Inter-Church Dialogue in Northern Ireland since 1980 151
'Where am I? Where am I going? ... Who hears my words?' W. B. Yeats' Sophocles' King Oedipus: Language and the Creation of an Irish Oedipus 158
'Caoineadh Airt Ui Laoghaire': Representations and Translations 165
'I am Ace de Horner, who's that?' Identity in Brendan Kennelly's Poetry My Arse 173
How Much Mystifying Mystery We Need: John Banville's Birchwood and Editorial Intervention 181
Some Aspects of the Treatment of Class, Gender and Religion in George Moore's A Drama in Muslin 187
Index 197
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