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Ireland [1913]
Ireland 1913


 
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Authors: Richard Bermann translated and edited by Leesa Wheatley and Florian Krobb
Affiliation: Maynooth University
Publication Year: Hardback, May 2021
Pages: 206
Size: 234 x 156mm

ISBN: 9781782054351
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The volume contains the first, and only, English translation of Richard Bermannís Ireland, produced by Dr Leesa Wheatley, a professional translator and author of a major study on German travel writing on Ireland since 1780, and Professor Florian Krobb, School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Maynooth University, who counts amongst his specialisms the writings of Richard Arnold Bermann (1883-1939), one of the most prominent and the most travelled of journalists of the first decades of the 20th century.
This translation is complemented by comprehensive notes and explanations, an introduction and a list of Further Reading. The volume constitutes a unique source on Ireland immediately before World War I; it places Irish conflicts in international Imperialist scenarios, displays the sensitivities of an Austrian Jew working from Berlin on nationhood, federalism, diversity of (religious and political) cultures; it affords an insight into Irish culture and society that is astute, entertaining, diverse, informed and independent. Many of the authorís impressions on political movements, cultural displays and national characters still, and in a truly astounding way, resonate today.

Bermannís book is a very welcome addition to a growing interest in Irish-continental European relations during the twentieth century, a topic that has been seriously neglected for decades. The book dealing with the year 1913 confirms in many ways the impressions on Ireland of many German travel writers between the 1750s to the late 1880s, namely the wild beauty of the country, its abject poverty and its poor management by the British
Jerome Aan de Wiel, School of History, University College Cork

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