AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Etudes irlandaises vol 32 n 1 - 2007|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2007|
Dimitri SOENEN, Auteur |
L'élégie de Seamus Heaney révèle une démarche originale : dans un effort pour dépasser le silence de l'absence ou du mutisme consécutif aux assassinats politiques le poème élégiatique interroge dan...
Elke D'HOKER, Auteur |
This essay analyses the way contemporary female writers deal with the conventions of the "good heroine" and the "artless narrator" which have long dominated female first-person narration. It offers...
Christopher NORTON, Auteur |
This article considers the failed attempt to reconcile unionism and nationalism in Northern Ireland in March 1922. It reassesses the balance of forces on the unionist side who were in favour of, or...
Putting women in the picture : The Impact of the Northern Ireland women's coalition on Northern Irish Politics
Véronique MOLINARI, Auteur |
In the male-dominated world of Northern Irish politics, the creation of a cross-community women's party to fight the Forum elections in 1996 did not go unnoticed. Created to give Northern Irish wom...
Susan CAHILL, Auteur |
Colum McCann's second novel, This Side of Brightness, is his first narrative set entirely in the United States, specifically New York City. The novel is concerned with the attempts of a young man t...
James FITZPATRICK SMITH, Auteur |
In Madoc: A Mystery, Paul Muldoon is less interested in the products and end results of power than he is in the process and methods by which such power comes into being and is asserted. Indeed, pow...
Richard BARRETT, Auteur |
This article surveys the views expressed in Irish nationalist and Catholic newspapers (mainly in editorials, comment pieces and letters to the editor) on the Dreyfus affair in France during the cli...
'The Fragments they shore up against their ruins' : Loyalism, Alienation and Fear of change in Gary Mitchell's As the Beast sleeps and the Force of Change
Billy GRAY, Auteur |
The aim of this article is to examine how Gary Mitchell's As the Beast sleeps and the Force of Change engage with what the Ulster poet Tom Paulin has described as "the unbudging, implacable destruc...
Lawrence P. MORRIS, Auteur |
While language has been viewed as a traditional constituent of ethnic identity, it actually played a surprisingly small role in the construction of racial identity in seventeenth-century Ireland. I...