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by Seamus Deane,Gen. Editor,Ciaran Deane

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Field Day Publications. W W Norton & Company Incorporated. 2. Refresh Page if you Not Found The Books. ISBN10 : 9780946755493, ISBN13 : 0946755493. Gathers selections from Irish essays, poetry, speeches, political writings, plays, and fiction.

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ESSAYS Kevin Whelan: 'Brian Friel's Translations: Hinterlands'; Michael Cronin: 'Kate O Brien and the Erotics of Liberal Catholic Dissent'; Emer Nolan: 'Sinéad O Connor: The story of a voice'; Carl Bové: 'Misprisions of Utopia: Messianism, Apocalypse, and Allegory'; Luke Gibbons: 'The Addressivity of the Eye: James Coleman's Connemara Landscape'; Cathal Goan agus Alan Titley: 'Breandán Ó Buachalla: Tribute'; Thomas Bartlett: 'The Pursuit of Helen Landreth: Robert Emmet, Gender and Historical Scholarship in Mid-Twentieth-Century Ireland'; Catherine Morris 'Alice Milligan: Republican Tableaux and the Revival'; Terry Eagleton: 'Culture, Atheism and the War on Terror'; REVIEWS Seamus Deane: 'To See Again The Stars: The Dictionary of Irish Biography: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2002'
Field Day Review 6, 2010 download epub
Author: Seamus Deane,Gen. Editor,Ciaran Deane
ISBN: 0946755493
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Field Day Publications; 1st edition (December 17, 2010)
Pages: 200 pages