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The Irish Review Issue 33
The Irish Review Issue 33


 
Our Price:16.00
Authors: Michael Cronin, Colin Graham, Clare O'Halloran
Affiliation: Dublin City University and Maynooth and UCC
Publication Year: Softback 2005
Pages: 140
Size: 164 x 245mm

ISBN: 9781859183830
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Michael Cronin, Colin Graham, Clare O'Halloran [ Dublin City University, Maynooth, UCC ]

Global Ireland/Local Worlds

Black Bodies and 'Headless Hookers': Alternative Global Narratives for 21st Century Ireland
Ronit Lentin

Irish Political Community in Transition
Gerard Delanty

Interculturalism and Irish Theatre: The Portrayal of Immigrants on the Irish Stage
Jason King

In the Wake of the Tiger: Mapping Anew the Social Terrain
Peadar Kirby

Authenticity to Classicisation - The Course of Revival in Irish Traditional Music
Fintan Valleley

Multiculturalism in Ireland
Chinedu Onyejelem

Guests of the Nation
Steve Garner

Global Concerns/Local Reputations

Re-viewing Casement
Barra Ó Séaghdha

'A Lack of Invention': Corkery, Criticism and Minor Fatigue
Paul Delaney

Review Articles

Ambiguous Allegiances: Early Modern Ireland
Brendan Bradshaw

Edmund Burke's Gothic Imagination
Siobhán Kilfeather

Essentialist Agendas: The Irish Revival
Matthew Kelly

Reviews

John A. Murphy
Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O'Shea and Carmel Quinlan (eds.), The Lost Decade. Ireland in the 1950s.
Louise Fuller, Irish Catholicism since 1950. The Undoing of a Culture.
Marie Coleman
Peter Hart, The I.R.A. at War, 1916-1923 Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Eamonn Hughes
Glenn Patterson, That Which Was.
Eoin McNamee, The Ultras.

Peter Denman
Michael Longley, Snow Water.
Leontia Flynn, These Days.

Tadhg Foley
Gordon Bigelow. Fiction, Famine, and the Rise of Economics in Victorian Britain and Ireland.
Peter Gray (ed.). Victoria's Ireland? Irishness and Britishness, 1837-1901.

Anne Oakman
Elizabeth Grubgeld, Anglo-Irish Autobiography. Class, Gender, and the Forms of Narrative.

Lance Pettitt
Farrell Corcoran, RTE and the Globalisation of Irish Television.

Neil Fleming
Eberhard Bort (ed.), Commemorating Ireland: History, Politics, Culture.

Gerald Dawe
Selina Guinness, The New Irish Poets.

Tony Crowley
Maria Tymoczko and Colin Ireland (eds.), Language and Tradition in Ireland: Continuities and Displacements

Liam Mac Cóil
Cathal Ó Searcaigh, Seal i Neipeal.
Gabriel Rosenstock, Ólann mo Mhiúil as an nGainséis.

Neal Alexander
Linden Peach, The Contemporary Irish Novel: Critical Readings.
Eamon Maher, John McGahern: From the Local to the Universal.

Notes on Contributors


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