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The Irish Review Issue 55
The Irish Review Issue 55


 
Our Price:16.00
Authors: Colin Graham, Gail McConnell and Clare O’Halloran
Publication Year: Softback August 2020
Pages: 206
Size: 240 x 165mm

ISBN: 9781782051459
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Description
 
The Irish Review is a refereed journal. Since it first appeared in 1986 it has provided a forum critical and creative writing in English and Irish and a space in which new debates, ideas and voices are heard across Ireland and beyond. Its editorial policy is pluralist and interdisciplinary – pluralist in its commitment to involving writers from all parts of the island and from other countries, interdisciplinary in its desire to publish articles, poetry and writing on the arts, society, philosophy, history, politics, the environment and science. The aim is to serve a general rather than a specialist readership. The Irish Review aims to promote new ways of thinking about Irish arts and culture and new ways of understanding Ireland’s history and future.

Guest Editors
Alison Garden and Margaret M. Scull

CONTENTS


Rethinking the Hunger Strikes

The Irish Review, 1986–2020 TOM DUNNE
The Irish Review, Then and Now EDNA LONGLEY

Rethinking the Hunger Strikes

‘The Rude March of History’: Rethinking the 1980/81 Hunger Strikes and Their

Afterlives ALISON GARDEN AND MARGARET M. SCULL

Experiencing Hunger Striking: Remembering the Maze Prison Hunger Strikes IAN MILLER

‘Pawns in the Terrorist Game’? The Hunger Strikes and the British Press ROSEANNA DOUGHTY

The Presence of Bobby Sands’ Hunger Strike in Chilean Poetry: The Case of Carmen Berenguer’s Bobby Sands desfallece en el muro (1983) BÁRBARA FERNÁNDEZ MELLEDA

Uncontrollable Intimacies: Masculinity, Masturbation and Martyrdom in Steve McQueen’s Hunger EDWIN COOMASARU

Narratives of Irish Republican Hunger Strikes: The Politics of Memoir and the ‘Republican Family’, 1923 and 1981 STEPHEN HOPKINS

Virtually Forgotten? The Irish Republican Socialist Movement and the Hunger Strikes F. STUART ROSS

Rethinking the Hunger Strikes – Reflections

The 1981 Hunger Strike: A Personal Reflection FR JOE MCVEIGH

A Moment That Changed History LAURENCE MCKEOWN

The 1981 Hunger Strike Considered HUGH LOGUE

Poetry

Two Poems JIM GOAR

Articles

Ireland and the Rhetoric of Trees BRANDON C. YEN

Heaney’s North: Late Modernism, Arts Policy and Crisis CONOR CARVILLE

Review Article

The ‘Politically Inarticulate’ Gaelic Irish Speak MICHELLE O’RIORDAN

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