AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Etudes irlandaises Vol 31 n 2 - 2006|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2006|
Raymond HICKEY, Auteur |
The current chapter is intended as an overview of the main focus of research on Irish English to date. This variety has been well served by scholars in recent decades with a flourishing of interest...
Terence Patrick DOLAN, Auteur |
English has been spoken in Ireland since the twelfth-century Norman invasion, which also brought in French. Usage of the latter declined after a century, leaving a country where the natives spoke I...
Joan RAHILLY, Auteur |
This paper considers existing ideas concerning pronunciation of the letter name for (LNH) in Northern Irish English (NIE). Traditionally, the status of LNH realisation as an ethnic marker has go...
Gavin FALCONER, Auteur |
This article discusses the Scots dialect in Ulster in the context of politicisation of language in Northern Ireland. It problematises academic and administrative approaches of terminology and discu...
Michael CRONIN, Auteur |
In this essay it is argued that if translation acted as the crucible for the emergence of a distinctive literature in Hiberno-English in Modern Ireland, translation is once more playing a role in t...
Eilean NI CHUILLEANAIN, Auteur |
A writer in Ireland whose background is bilingual finds her sense of language displaced and distorted, not just in relation to Standard English, but in relation to other languages, because of the g...
Patricia A. LYNCH, Auteur |
This paper sets out to examine the role and function of Hiberno-English in the following plays by Marina Carr : The Mai , Portia Coughlan , By the Bogs of Cats , On Raftery's Hill and ...
Helen ASTBURY, Auteur |
Cet article analyse la différence entre l'utilisation que fait Beckett de l'Hiberno-English avant la décision de passer au français et celle qu'il en fait dans ses auto-traductions du français. Alo...