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|Titre :||Irish University Review : Périodique numérique et imprimé Vol 47 n 2 - Autumn/Winter 2017|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/12/2017|
Poetry is a form in which you never have to say more than what you mean : An Interview with Eilean Ni Chuilleanain
Pilar VILLAR ARGAIZ, Intervieweur ; Eilean NI CHUILLEANAIN, Personne interviewée |
Oona Frawley's 2014 novel Flight interrogates Irish cultural responses to transnational labour since the 1990s. The novel's protagonist is a Zimbabwean refugee named Sandrine, whose pregnant body t...
This article traces Virgilian presences in Seamus Heaney's oeuvre, from Field Work (1979) to Human Chain (2010). Virgil appears under many guises in Heaney's poetry: in work published in the mid-19...
Life writing by disabled people in Ireland during the post-independence period constitutes a culturally specific narrative emphasizing the relationship between disability and class and the shaping ...
Allusions to other texts abound in John McGahern's fiction. His works repeatedly, though diffidently, refer to literary tradition. Yet the nature of such allusiveness is still unclear. This article...
Yoko SATO, Auteur |
W.B. Yeats intended The Cat and the Moon to be a Japanese ‘Kiogen’, a farce or comedy presented between two Noh plays or within a single Noh play. In the inner drama of The Cat and the Moon, miracl...
Beckett's Ill Seen Ill Said begins with the protagonist in a position where ‘she sees Venus rise followed by the sun.’ This opening indicates the direct relationship between the narrative and astro...
Brad KENT, Auteur |
This essay examines the influence of Bernard Shaw on Sean O'Faolain's ideas and his understanding of his role as a public intellectual. In theoretical terms, the essay underscores the rhetorical an...
This essay views science as a creative mask for the poetry and philosophy of W.B. Yeats. It explores the changing worldview which occurred at the beginning of the twentieth century with the discove...
Insects are central to Thomas Kinsella's poetic ecologies. First, they highlight Kinsella's interest in process and change. Many of his volumes thematize circularity and cyclicality, growth and dec...