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|Titre :||Irish University Review, Vol 50 n 1 - Special Issue Spring/Summer 2020|
|Titre parallèle :||50th Anniversary virtual issue|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Revue, journal|
|Paru le :||01/06/2020|
|Année de publication :||2020|
|Note de contenu :||
Irish University Review turns 50 in 2020, and editor Emilie Pine has hand-picked a selection of articles from past available issues. All articles are available for free until the end of 2020: https://www.euppublishing.com/iur/virtualissues?=
'The well-known, old, but still unbeaten track': Women Poets and Irish Periodical Culture in the Mid-Twentieth Century (42.1, pp. 32–52) - Anne Mulhall
Patrick Kavanagh and the Authentic ‘Dispensation’: Rereading the Role of Narrator in The Great Hunger (42.1, pp. 86–104) - Catherine Kilcoyne
Hamlet, Carnival, and the Playboy of the Western World (42.2, pp.236-253) - David Butler
'Into the Future Tense': Stewart Parker's Theatre of 'Anticipatory Illumination' (42.2, pp. 351–365) - Shaun Richards
Spectral Histories: The Queer Temporalities of Emma Donoghue's Slammerkin (43.1, pp. 157–168) - Maria Mulvany
Queering Early Modern Ireland (43.1, pp. 169–183) - Sarah McKibben
'How do you make a teapot be intellectually interesting?' An Interview with Vona Groarke (43.2, pp. 288–306) - Hedwig Schwall
‘strange architecture’: Ciaran Carson's Until Before After (43.2, pp. 381–397) - Colin Graham
The Dublin End: Anecdotes of Brendan Behan on Árainn (44.1, pp. 59–77) - Andrew McNeillie
The Drinker with the Writing Problem: Brendan Behan's Anecdotal Alcoholism (44.1, pp. 165–181) - Claire Lynch
Ireland in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette (44.2, pp. 213–233) - Julie Donovan
An Umbrella, a Pair of Boots, and a 'Spacious Nothing': McGahern and Beckett (44.2, pp. 323–340) - Richard Robinson
Roundtable: 'Re-imagining Twentieth-Century Irish Theatre' (45.1, pp. 90–102) - Ian R. Walsh (Chair and Editor), Rhona Trench, Lionel Pilkington, Eamon Jordan, Paige Reynolds
Gender and Affect in Testimonial Performance: The Example of I Once Knew a Girl (45.1, pp. 126–140) - Lisa Fitzpatrick
'I heard him in that ancient poem': An Interview with Frank McGuinness on the Influence of Old and Middle English Literature on his Writing (45.2, pp. 215–228) - Niamh Pattwell
'Nauseous Tides of Seductive Debauchery': Irish Story Papers and the Anti-Vice Campaigns of the Early Twentieth Century (45.2, pp. 263–280) - Stephanie Rains
Against Irish Modernism: Towards an Analysis of Experimental Irish Poetry (46.1, pp. 20–37) - Francis Hutton-Williams
Queer Seductions of the Maternal in Dorothy Macardle's Earth-bound (46.2, pp. 287–308) - Abigail L. Palko
Breaking Memory Modes: Anne Enright's and Tana French's Silent Interruptions (47.1, pp. 143–164) - Fionnuala Dillane
The Black Swan: Yeats and the Science of the Unknown (47.2, pp. 350–359) - Aoife Lynch
Heaney and the Photograph: 'Strange Fruit' in Manuscript and Published Form (47.3, pp. 432–449) - Gail McConnell
Writing by and about Republican Women Prisoners: 'Willful Subjects' (47.3, pp. 502–514) - Fiona McCann
'A Few Human Hearts in Catholic Breasts': Angina Pectoris, Emotions, and Kate O'Brien's Mary Lavelle (48.1, pp. 23–38) - Margaret O'Neill
'Damn these printers … By heaven, I'll cut Hoey's throat': The History of Mr. Charles Fitzgerald and Miss Sarah Stapleton (1770), a Catholic Novel in Eighteenth-Century Ireland (48.2, pp. 250–264) - Ian Campbell Ross
Towards an Oceanic Dubliners (48.2, pp. 361–379) - Nels Pearson
The Gendering of Irish and Caribbean Food/Land Crises in Children's Novels by Marita Conlon-McKenna and James Berry (49.1, pp. 36–53) - Kate Houlden and Sorcha Gunne
Tuam Babies and Kerry Babies: Clandestine pregnancies and child burial sites in Tom Murphy’s drama and Mary Leland’s The Killeen (49.2, pp. 245-261) - Mary Burke
'She done Coriolanus at the Convent’: Empowerment and Entrapment in Teresa Deevy’s In Search of Valour (pp. 356-369) - Willy Maley
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