ArticleThis article solely focuses on Seamus Heaney's ‘Route 110’ sequence from his final collection of poetry, "Human Chain". The sequence is broadly founded in memory and sees the poet revisit a series of significant instances from his life. It can b[...]
Article- 'Let Me Come Inland Always' - 'Poem' - 'To a Jesuit Novice' - 'Lilac let it be then...'
ArticleThe focus of the overwhelming majority of critical commentary on Mary Lavin's work has been on her short stories. Her poetry, however, can give us insight into Lavin's development as a writer, showing early stages of experiments with themes and [...]
ArticleLucy COLLINS, Auteur ; Christodoulos MAKRIS, Auteur |Two poems by Christodoulos Makris, introduced by Lucy Collins.
Evénement enregistréRoy F. FOSTER, Auteur | 2019Cet événement a eu lieu dans le cadre de la programmation culturelle du CCI. Professeur d’histoire irlandaise à l’université d’Oxford durant vingt-cinq ans, Roy Foster a eu un impact considérable sur cet enseignement en Grande-Bretagne. Il a pu[...]
ArticleDaniel BECKER, Auteur |During the Celtic Tiger era of the late-1990s to early-2000s, Irish society radically altered its collective outlook on the national past. More to the point, Ireland transformed from a country ‘obsessed’ with relentlessly negotiating its own his[...]
ArticleThis essay takes as its focus a poetry miscellany printed in Waterford in 17772: Select Poems, designed for the improvement and amusement of young ladies. By MIss Carter and others. The collection is notable in a number of respects. It pr[...]
ArticleThis essay looks at the representation of soldiers in the poetry of Celia de Fréine, in particular focusing on the moment of homecoming. The poems studied are not tied to any recognizable historical, geographical, or mythological background; ins[...]
ArticleLia MILLS, Auteur ; Celia DE FREINE, Auteur |Celia de Fréine is a multi-award winning poet, playwright, screenwriter and librettist, who also writes essays and fiction in both English and Irish. She has published eight collections of poetry, including three dual-language editions with Arle[...]
ArticleThis article suggests that "To the excellent Orinda" (a poem written in Dublin in 1663 and printed in the appendix to this article) is not, as it purports to be, an encomiastic priase poem honouring the Anglo-Welsh poet Katherine Philips who, du[...]
ArticleThis essay reads Derek Mahon's 2008 collection, Life on Earth, in broadly ecocritical terms, arguing that the ecological concentrations of Mahon's recent work centre on the representational relationships between human and non-human ecologies; on[...]
ArticleL’élégie ‘Yarrow’ de Paul Muldoon illustre l’instabilité du « je » poétique, le dédoublement de cette première personne, et la fragmentation de l’identité qui caractérisent les poèmes intimes du poète. En effet, même le poème le plus personnel e[...]