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The Irish Review Issue 9
The Irish Review Issue 9


 
Our Price:10.00
Authors: Kevin Barry, Tom Dunne and Edna Longley
Publication Year: Softback 1990
Pages: 164
Size: 250 x 170mm

ISBN: 9781859180693
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The Unicorn Will not Cross our Tracks: Polish Poetry Before and After 1
Jerzy Jarniewicz

Five Poets from Lodz, Poland 10

The Return of History: Collective Myths and Modern Nationalisms 16
Tom Garvin

Changing Political Languages
I. Left/Right Language after Marxist-Leninism 31
Desmond Fennell

II. Ireland's Historical Position - 'Colonial' or 'European'? 36
Brian Walker

Two Poems 41
Michael O'Loughlin

Brendan Kennelly: Victors and Victims 44
Gerard Quinn

Undermining Assumptions
I. The Irish Poem 55
Edna Longley
II. The Irish Poet 57
Gerald Dawe

Natural History, Science and Irish Culture 62
John Wilson Foster

Two Poems 70
Seán Lysaght

Unifying the Fragmented Imaginary of the Young Immigrant: Making a Home in the Post-Modern with the Pogues 71
Kieran Keohane

Work in Progress 80
Glenn Patterson

Poem 87
John Goodby

Two Literary Tributes 89
John McGrail

The Antiphon, the Banderol and the Hollow Ball: Sam Hanna Bell 1909-1990 91
Douglas Carson

Book Reviews

MICHAEL ALLEN
Peter Fallon and Derek Mahon (eds): The Penguin Book of Contemporary Poetry 100

PATRICK CROTTY
Seamus Heaney: New Selected Poems
Paul Durcan: Daddy, Daddy 102

PETER McDONALD
W.B. Yeats: Letters, Prefaces & Introductions
A. Norman Jeffares (ed.): Yeats the European 106

PETER DENMAN
J.C.C. Mays (ed.): Collected Poems of Denis Devlin 109

ROBIN WILSON
Bob Purdie: Politics in the Streets: Origins of the Civil Rights Movement in Northern Ireland 111

STEPHEN LAWRENCE
Martin Dillon: The Dirty War
Anthony Jennings (ed.): Justice Under Fire: The Abuse of Civil Liberties in Northern Ireland
Gerard Hogan & Clive Walker: Political Violence and the Law in Ireland
No Comment: Censorship, Secrecy and the Irish Troubles 113

GEORGE WATSON
Maurna Crozier (ed.): Varieties of Irishness, Varieties of Britishness 116

COLM TÓIB͍N
John McGahern: Amongst Women
Brian Moore: Lies of Silence 119

EAMONN HUGHES
Vincent McDonnell: The Broken Commandment
Colm Tóibin: The South
Aidan Mathews: Muesli at Midnight
Bernard Share: The Finner Faction
Dermot Bolger: The Journey Home 123

EMER NOLAN
Derek Attridge (ed.): The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce
Suzette A. Henke: James Joyce and the Politics of Desire 125

MARY DORCEY
Carol Coulter: Ireland: Between First & Third Worlds
Ruth Riddick: Right to Choose: Feminist Morality
Trudy Hayes: The Politics of Seduction
Edna Longley: From Cathleen to Anorexia: the Breakdown of Ireland 129

MYRTLE HILL
Maria Luddy & Cliona Murphy (eds): Women Surviving: Irish Women in 19th & 20th Centuries
Margaret Ward: Maud Gonne: Ireland's Joan of Arc 133

GERARDINE MEANEY
Adele M. Dalsimer: Kate O'Brien: A Critical Study 136

THOMAS McCARTHY
Alan Heuser (ed.): The Selected Prose of Louis MacNeice
Hubert Butler: Grandmother and Wolfe Tone 138

KEVIN BARRY
Vincent Deane: The Intelligence Park: an opera in three acts: Libretto 142

GERRY LYNE
T.P. Power & Kevin Whelan (eds): Endurance and Emergence: Catholics in Ireland in the 18th Century 144

MARK P. HEDERMAN
Padraig O'Malley: Biting at the Grave 146

PETER VAN DE KAMP
John Cronin: The Anglo-Irish Novel, II, 1900-1940
Frank O'Connor: Dutch Interior
Gregory A. Schirmer: William Trevor: His Fiction 149

NICHOLAS CANNY
Sir John Davies: A Discovery of the True Causes Why Ireland Was Never Entirely Subdued (1612) 152

LIAM IRWIN
Patrick J. O'Connor. People Make Places: Story of Irish Palatines 153

Among our Contributors 156


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