AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Eighteenth-Century Ireland vol. 31 - 2016|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/12/2016|
Christine GERRARD, Auteur |
This article uses recent scholarship on literary coteries to re-examine Swift’s « Triumfeminate », the Dublin circle of women writers active between 1724 and 1734. The contradictory epithets which ...
“Caoineadh ar an Ridire Séamas mac Eamoinn Mac Coitir (c. 1630-1705) Is och im chliabh ‘s is diachair phéine le hUilliam Mac Cartain an Duna”
Tomas L. O MURCHU, Auteur |
« Is och im chliabh ‘s is diachair phéine », composed by head of the Carrignavear Bardic Court, Uilliam Mac Cartain an Duna, is the only extant Irish-language elegy composed on Sir James Cotter of ...
"Members of the republick of letters" : Maria Edgeworth, literary sociability, and intellectual pursuits in the Irish midlands, c.1780-1820
Amy PRENDERGAST, Auteur |
Literary sociability flourished in eighteenth-century Ireland and encompassed reading parties, private theatricals, book clubs, coteries, and literary salons. Such gatherings and related intellectu...
Padraig LENIHAN, Auteur |
The « Wild Geese » / « Irish Brigade » legend began as a Jacobite construct in which the valour and prowess of the exiles held out hopes of return and redemption. This article will explain the ori...
English Whigs and Irish Patriots : Archbishop Boulter and the Politics of Party in Hanoverian Ireland
Richard HOLMES, Auteur |
Hugh Boulter, Archbishop of Armagh and a leading figure in the early Hanoverian Irish government (1724-42), is remembered by historians chiefly for his promotion of « the English interest » in chur...
Dublin’s Fitzwilliam Estate : A Hidden Landscape of Discovery, Catholic Agency and Egalitarian Suburban Space
Finola O'KANE, Auteur |
This article explores how the Fitzwilliam family’s great Dublin estate was designed and laid out in the period 1725-71. Successive Viscounts Fitzwilliam were unusual in that they employed Catholic ...
Charles Ivar MCGRATH, Auteur |
Jonathan Swift made a name for himself in England in the years 1710-14 taking issue in print with, among other things, Standing Armies, the British National Debt, and Westminster MPs. After more th...