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Irish women writers : new critical perspectives /

Other Authors: D'hoker, Elke., Ingelbien, Raphaël., Schwall, Hedwig.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Peter Lang, 2011
Series: Reimagining Ireland ; v. 40.
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Table of Contents:
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  • `I was a Voice': Orality and Silence in the Poetry of Eavan Boland /
  • Anne Fogarty
  • `The Real Thing': Body Parts and the Zero Institution in Ni Chuilleanain's Poetry /
  • Margaret Mills Harper
  • Joyful Mysteries: Language and Spirituality in Medbh McGuckian's Recent Poetry /
  • Lucy Collins
  • `I have grown inside words/Into a state of unbornness': Evocations of a Pre-linguistic Space of Meaning in Medbh McGuckian's Poetry /
  • Niamh Hehir
  • Narrating Across Borders: From Gendered Experience of Trauma to Subject Transformation in Monologues by Irish Women Playwrights /
  • Maria Kurdi
  • `The seeds beneath the snow': Resignation and Resistance in Teresa Deevy's Wife to James Whelan /
  • Caoilfhionn Ni Bheachain
  • Vagabond's Scrutiny: Hannah Lynch in Europe /
  • Kathryn Laing
  • `I'm meat for no butcher!': The Female and the Species in Irish Women's Writing /
  • Maureen O'Connor
  • `And then the sausages were ordered': Jewishness, Irishness and Othering in Castle Rackrent /
  • Eve Eisenberg
  • Undermining Morality? National Destabilisation in The Wild Irish Girl and Corinne ou L'Italie /
  • Christina Morin
  • `Words! Words! Words!': Interrogations of Language and History in Emily Lawless's With Essex in Ireland /
  • Catherine Smith
  • `Phantasmagoric Hinterlands': Adolescence and Anglo-Ireland in Elizabeth Bowen's The House in Paris and The Death of the Heart /
  • Kathryn Johnson
  • Unregenerate Spirits: The Counter-Cultural Experiments of George Egerton and Elizabeth Bowen /
  • Tina O'Toole
  • Deirdre Madden's Novels: Searching for Authentic Woman /
  • Sylvie Mikowski
  • `Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know': The Stories of Chicago May and Eliza Lynch /
  • Adriana Bebiano
  • `Once Upon a Time': Fabulists and Storytellers in Clare Boylan's Fiction /
  • Giovanna Tallone
  • Towards Her Own History: A Century of Irish Women's Fiction /
  • Ann Owens Weekes.