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The Irish Review Issue 30
The Irish Review Issue 30


 
Our Price:15.00
Authors: Kevin Barry, Tom Dunne and Edna Longley
Publication Year: Softback 2003
Pages: 188
Size: 240 x 165mm

ISBN: 9781859181973
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Something to Hate: Intimate Enmities in Irish History ROY FOSTER 1

Freedom Betrayed: Acton, Burke and Ireland SEAMUS DEANE 13

Exclusion and Inclusion in Swift's Gulliver's Travels KEVIN BARRY 36

Irish Poetry and 'Internationalism': Variations on a Critical Theme EDNA LONGLEY 48

'My Pen is just a Weapon': Politics, History and the Fiction of Peadar O'Donnell DONAL Ó DRISCEOIL 62

Agency, Flows and Post-Colonial Structure in Ireland MICHEL PEILLON 71

Review Articles

The Field Day Anthology and Irish Women's Literary Studies MARGARET KELLEHER 82

Ireland, Irish and Colonialism TOM DUNNE 95

Tim Robinson's Variegated World JOHN WILSON FOSTER 105

Poetry

Lessons from the Previous Year SINÉAD MORRISSEY114

The Tango Kids Fuse in East Cork PAUL DURCAN 115

Three Poems MICHAEL LONGLEY 123

Migrant Tongue: Battos in Australia OLIVIER BURCKHARDT 125

Reviews

GEORGE O'BRIEN
Eͼdiger Imhof: The Modern Irish Novel: Irish Novelists Since 1945; Derek Hand: John Banville: Exploring Fictions; Ingo Berensmeyer: John Banville: Fictions of Order; Caramine White: Reading Roddy Doyle134

MICHEL FLOT
Bernard Adams: Denis Johnston: A Life 140

BERNARD ESCARBELT
Elizabeth Butler Cullingford: Ireland's Others: Gender and Ethnicity in Irish Literature and Popular Culture 142

AARON KELLY
Glenda Norquay and Gerry Smyth (eds.): Across the Margins: Cultural Identity and Change in the Atlantic Archipelago

Ray Ryan: Ireland and Scotland: Literature and Culture, State and Nation 1966–2000 145

LEONTIA FLYNN
Peter McDonald: Serious Poetry: Form and Authority from Yeats to Hill 148

ALAN A. GILLIS
Paul Durcan: Cries of an Irish Caveman Medbh McGuckian: The Face of the Earth Paul Muldoon: Moy Sand and Gravel 151

PHILIP COLEMAN
Tom French: Touching the Bones Dermot Healy: The Reed Bed Dennis O'Driscoll: Troubled Thoughts, Majestic Dreams: Selected Prose Writings Matthew Sweeney: Selected Poems158

DANIEL WILLIAMS
R.F. Foster: The Irish Story: Telling Tales and Making It Up in Ireland 162

FINTAN CULLEN
Anne Crookshank and the Knight of Glin: Ireland's Painters 1600–1940 Nicola Figgis and Brendan Rooney: Irish Paintings in the National Gallery of Ireland, vol. I168

GUY BEINER
Georges Denis Zimmerman: Songs of Irish Rebellion: Irish Political Street Ballads and Rebel Songs 1780–1900 Georges Denis Zimmerman: The Irish Storyteller171

EMMET O'CONNOR
Catherine Hirst: Religion, Politics, and Violence in Nineteenth-Century Belfast: The Pound and the Sandy Row Marilyn Silverman: An Irish Working Class: Explorations in Political Economy and Hegemony, 1800–1950 Jane Helleiner: Irish Travellers: Racism and the Politics of Culture175

DIARMAID FERRITER
Finola Kennedy: From Cottage to Crͨche: Camily Change in Ireland Linda Connolly: The Irish Women's Movement from Revolution to Devolution 179

RAYMOND GILLESPIE
James Scott Wheeler: The Irish and British Wars, 1637–1654: Triumph, Tragedy and Failure Allan I. Macinnes and Jane Ohlmeyer: The Stuart Kingdoms in the Seventeenth Century 183

Notes on Contributors 186


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