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The Irish Review Issue 28
The Irish Review Issue 28


 
Our Price:10.00
Authors: Kevin Barry, Tom Dunne and Edna Longley
Publication Year: Softback 2001
Pages: 208
Size: 240 x 165mm

ISBN: 9781859181959
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Introduction

Constituting Scotland
Carins Craig 1

Genres

Waking up in a Different Place: Contemporary Irish and Scottish Fiction
Glenda Norquay and Gerry Smyth 28

Referendum to Referendum and Beyond: Political Vitality and Scottish Theatre
Ian Brown and John Ramage 46

Women and Scottish Poetry, 19721999
Margery Palmer McCulloch 58

Contemporary Scottish Film
Jonathan Murray 75

Poetry

Two Poems
Kathleen Jamie 89

Eight Poems
Angela McSeveney 91

Ideas

Reviving Critique
Ronald Turnbull 98

The Democratic Psyche: Scotland's Philosophical Psychiatry
Gavin Miller 108
The Place of the Nation in the Work of Jacques Derrida
A.J.P. Thomson 125

Reviews

ALAN FINLAYSON
Colin Graham and Richard Kirkland (eds.): Ireland and Cultural Theory: The Mechanics of Authenticity
Stephen Howe: Ireland and Empire: Colonial Legacies n Irish History and Culture 136

BRIAN BONNYMAN
T.M. Devine: The Scottish Nation 17002000
Christopher A. Whately: Scottish Society 17071830: Beyond Jacobitism, Towards Industrialisation 142

ḾIRAD NIC CRAITH
John M. Kirk and Dnall P. Baoill: Language and Politics: Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland
Gordon McCoy and Malcholaim Scott: Aithne na Ngael: Gaelic Identities 147

RICHARD KRIKLAND
Ray Ryan (ed.): Writing in the Irish Republic: Literature, Culture, Politics 1949 1999
Aaron Kelly and Alan A. Gillis (eds.): Critical Ireland: New Essays in Literature and Culture 152

BRIAN G. CARAHER John McCourt: The Years of Bloom: James Joyce in Trieste 1904 1920
Kevin Barry (ed.): James Joyce: Occasional, Critical and Political Writing
Derek Attridge and Marjorie Howe (eds.): Semicolonial Joyce
Derek Attridge: Joyce Effects: On Language, Theory and History 155
VINCENT SHERRY
Keith Jeffery: Ireland and the Great War
Fran Brearton: The Great War in Irish Poetry: W.B. Yeats to Michael Longley 164

JOHN KERRIGAN
Derek Mahon: Collected Poems
Michael Longley: Selected Poems
Michael Longley: The Weather in Japan 167

LEONTIA FLYNN
Kathryn Kirkpatrick (ed.): Border Crossings: Irish Women Writers and National Identities
Rita Ann Higgins: An Awful Racket
Kerry Hardie: Cry for the Hot Belly
Catriona O'Reilly: The Nowhere Birds 172

ALAN A. GILLIS
Alex Davis: A Broken Line: Denis Devlin and Irish Poetic Modernism
Dnal Moriarty: The Art of Brian Coffey
John Goodby: Irish Poetry since 1950: From Stillness into History 175

COLIN KIDD
S.J. Connolly (ed.): Political Ideas in Eighteenth Century Ireland
John Whale (ed.) Edmund Burke's Reflection on the Revolution in France: New Interdisciplinary Essays 178

IAN MCBRIDE
Brian Walker: Past and Present: History, Identity and Politics in Ireland
William Kelly (ed.): The Sieges of Derry
Laurence M. Geary (ed.): Rebellion and Remembrance in Modern Ireland
Jim Smyth (ed.): Revolution, Counter-Revolution and Union: Ireland in the 1790's 183

DAVID BRETT
Neil Buttimer, Colin Rynne and Helen Guerin (eds.): The Heritage of Ireland: Natural, Man-Made and Cultural Heritage; Conservation and Interpretation; Business and Administration 188

FEARGAL COCHRANE
Sean Farrell: Rituals and Riots: Sectarian Violence and Political culture in Ulster, 1784 1886
Graham Ellison and Jim Symth: The Crowned Harp: Policing Northern Ireland
Fionnuala Ni Aloain: The Politics of Force: Conflict Management and State Violence in Northern Ireland
Paul Arthur: Special Relationships: Britain, Ireland and the Northern Ireland Problem 191

MARY N. HARRIS
Thomas J. Morrisey S.J.: William J. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin, 18411921: No Uncertain Voice
Don O'Leary: Vocationalism and Social Catholicism in Twentieth Century Ireland: The Search for a Christian Social Order 198
Notes on Contributors 202


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