AddressCentre Culturel Irlandais
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|Title:||Irish University Review : Périodique numérique et imprimé Vol 44 n 2 - Autumn/Winter 2014|
|Material Type:||Serial check-in|
|Published date :||12/01/2014|
Ireland has been examined as a focus in Charlotte Brontë’s oeuvre, but not in a sustained discussion about how Ireland pertains to Brontë’s 1853 novel, "Villette". This essay seeks to address an ov...
Helen Vendler, in her magisterial "Our Secret Discipline: Yeats and Lyric Form" (2007), provides us with the tools with which to register the traditional formal elements of poetry, and she does so ...
Literary historians such as Tony Tanner have speculated that adultery, with its assault upon the patriarchal institution of marriage and its potential for family drama, is the principal theme of th...
This essay reassesses Kate O'Brien's "The Flower of May", and argues that the novel presents as close to a conclusion as practicable to the themes O'Brien worked on throughout her fiction – the fre...
This essay is a critical reappraisal of Maurice Leitch's 1975 novel "Stamping Ground" through theories of the gender, sexuality, and the visual. The novel will be read as a disruptive critique of h...
The conventional view of Brian Friel's career portrays him as a struggling writer whose first stories appeared in the "New Yorker" in late 1959. After briefly producing a small body of finely craft...
This essay argues that an assessment of the Beckettian qualities of McGahern's work should take into account the recent scholarship which has explored Beckett's absorption in philosophy. The author...
The work of Belfast poet Padraic Fiacc is an important but critically neglected contribution to the canon of Northern Irish poetry. This article explores Fiacc's work, giving particular attention t...
The Changing Face of Irish Ireland : Séamus O Grianna's and Éilis Ni Dhuibhne's Fictions of the Donegal Gaeltacht
Séamus O Grianna and Éilis Ni Dhuibhne, whose lifespans overlapped only briefly, rank among the most prolific Irish writers of the twentieth century. Their bilingualism, moreover, offers them acces...
An ekphrasis refers to a poem in which works of visual art serve as the basis for poetic creation. In discussing two collections of ekphrases, "Crazy About Women" and "Give Me Your Hand", this essa...