Frank O'Connor at Work (Irish Studies) download epub
by Michael A Steinman
Although Frank O'Connor's short stories have never lacked admirers, his . About the author (1990) Bibliographic information. Frank O'Connor at Work Irish Studies.
Although Frank O'Connor's short stories have never lacked admirers, his painstaking creative method has received little critical attention. This book is the first full-length study of that arduous process, sometimes lasting for a decade, from a skeletal idea or anecdote through a succession of revisions to wholly realized fiction. About the author (1990). Michael Steinman is Assistant Professor of English at Nassau Community College. He is the author of Yeats's Heroic Figures: Wilde, Parnell, Swift, Casement and has contributed to the James Joyce Quarterly and Eire-Ireland. Bibliographic information. It includes much previously unknown and unpublished material, providing new insights into "First Confession," "Judas," "The Genius," "Orpheus and his Lute," "The Little Mother," and other stories.
A Frank O'Connor Reader. Here one can also sample O'Connor's skillful translations of Irish poetry, including "The Lament for Art O'Leary.
Frank O’Connor at Work. Authors: Steinman, Michael. Studies in Anglo-Irish Literature. price for USA in USD (gross). Frank O'Connor was a most painstaking writer, sometimes taking up to ten years to revise and polish a story. This book attempts to examine the process and tries to reveal something about O'Connor's perception of his craft and the environment from which his art emerged. Show all. Table of contents (8 chapters). A Writer is Always Writing.
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In Frank O'Connor proves once again his extraordinary mastery of the short-story form. As always, the settings, the characters, the rhythms of the prose, are unmistakably-and delightfully-Irish. Yet, fundamentally, these are not Irish stories. O'Connor is concerned with those critical moments when the course of life is suddenly, often radically, changed, when nothing is ever quite the same again. In such moments as these it is the human condition that is illuminated.
Frank O'Connor at work. by. Steinman, Michael (Michael . Publication date. O'Connor, Frank, 1903-1966 - Criticism, Textual, Short story, Ireland - In literature, O'Connor, Frank, 1903-1966. Syracuse University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on November 26, 2013. Michael Steinman is Associate Professor of English at Nassau Community College and author of Frank O'Connor at Work (Syracuse University Press) and Yeats's Heroic Figures. Библиографические данные. A Frank O'Connor Reader Irish Studies.