The Japanese Effect in Contemporary Irish Poetry explores the post-Yeatsian legacy of the Irish-Japanese connection through an analysis of work by 12 poets from the early 1960s to 2007.
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About the Author
IRENE DE ANGELISholds a Research Fellowship in English Literature at the University of Turin, Italy. With Joseph Woods she is co-editor of Our Shared Japan: An Anthology of Contemporary Irish Poetry (2007), andhas published numerous articles on contemporary Irish poetry.
Table of ContentsAcknowledgements List of Illustrations Foreword Introduction "Petals" on Sandymount Strand; S.Heaney Snow Was General All Over Japan; D.Mahon Self-Contained Images and the Invisible Cities of Tokyo; C.Carson The Gentle Art of Disappearing; G.Rosenstock, M.Hartnett & P.Muldoon 'Tu n'as Rien Vu a Hiroshima'; T.Kinsella, E.O.Tuairisc, E.Watters & A.Glavin In Spaces Between East and West; A.Fitzsimons, S.Morrissey & J.Woods Bibliography Index