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Centre Culturel Irlandais
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Horaires d'ouverture

Du lundi au vendredi : 14h - 18h
Nocturne le mercredi jusqu'à 20h
Fermé week-end et jours fériés

La Médiathèque sera fermée le vendredi 15 juillet
et du 1er au 26 août inclus

Contacts

Carole Jacquet
Responsable des ressources documentaires

Marion Mossu
Chargée de ressources documentaires

Tel : 01 58 52 10 83 / 33

Où nous trouver ?

Tout près du Panthéon !
Centre Culturel Irlandais
5, rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

RER B : Luxembourg
Métros : M10 Cardinal Lemoine / M7 Place Monge
Bus : 84, 89, 21, 27

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Oceans Apart: Amitav Ghosh, John Millington Synge,and Weak Comparison

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This article compares John Millington Synge’s The Aran Islands(1907) and Amitav Ghosh’s In An Antique Land(1992), travelogues, histories, and anthropological investigations of maritime societies. Both books tell of a world marked by s[...]
Reflecting Realities in Twenty-First-Century Irish Children’s and Young Adult Literature

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This article explores the evolution of Irish youth literature over the last four decades and these texts’engagement with cultural, political, and social transformations in Irish society. The adult desire to protect young people’s‘innocence’ from[...]
Brian Friel and Theodor W. Adorno

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For many philosophical thinkers since Thomas More's Utopia, the idea of a perfect human society has been aporetic – present in the imagination, yet beyond existent reality. The atrocities of the 20th century convinced the philosopher and musicol[...]
Choreographies of Place

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This essay explores the representation of public space in The Visitor and The Springs of Affection: Stories of Dublin by Maeve Brennan. In particular, it explores Brennan's representation of the negotiation of urban and suburban public space by [...]
Magic As Art in Lord Dunsany's The King of Elfland's Daughter

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In The King of Elfland's Daughter, Lord Dunsany crafts a fairy-story in which magic serves as an allegory for art. Elfland is a place of art, its timeless beauty created and sustained through magic; and its influence extends to the real world in[...]
Memory that owes nothing to fact

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Dancing at Lughnasa has been widely discussed as a memory play. Critics frequently analyze the way Michael's narration shapes the story he tells of five unmarried sisters living together in 1930's Donegal. Fewer critics, however, focus on Michae[...]
Scale, Deep Time, and the Politics of Representation in Derek Mahon's Life on Earth

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This 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[...]
There's ropes and there's ropes

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Martin McDonagh's Hangmen (2015) is concerned with the moral question of justice. Set in a northern English pub run by a former hangman, the play's action takes place in 1965, on the day capital punishment is abolished in Britain. Combining (met[...]
Towards an Oceanic Dubliners

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Oceanic Studies sheds a compelling new light on James Joyce's Dubliners. Although they are citizens of a major imperial port city living amidst a global flow of goods, cultures, and ideas, Joyce's characters are n also impeded from reciprocal en[...]
An Absolutely Private Thing

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Kate O'Brien's 1941 The Land of Spices navigates spatial and emotional gaps through a series of letters that punctuate the narrative and offer evidence of the inner life of protagonist Helen Archer. Yet these letters also interrupt our reading e[...]
The Art of Writing

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Lecture delivered to Graduates' Association, 2nd May, 1963.
A City That She Must Postpone

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This essay explores the significance of the specific sites that dominate O'Brien's representations of self-development in her novels set in Paris. Building on the central position that critics allocate to Paris, this article asserts that O'Brien[...]