Irish Literary Studies

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  1. Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know : The Fathers of Wilde, Yeats and Joyce
    Colm Toibin
    'A a necessary evil.' Stephen Dedalus in UlyssesIn Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know Colm Toibin turns his incisive gaze to three of Ireland's greatest writers, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats and James Joyce, and their earliest influences: their fathers.
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  2. Tales of the Elders of Ireland
    Series: Oxford World's Classics
    Tales of the Elders of Ireland is the first complete translation of the late Middle Irish Acallam na Senorach, the largest literary text surviving from twelfth-century Ireland.
  3. Correspondence from the Papers of Canon Sheehan of Doneraile, 1888-1913
    Patrick Augustine Sheehan, Editor: James O'Brien
    This book is a collection of Canon Sheehan of Doneraile’s in-coming correspondence drawn from more than half a dozen archival deposits in the United States and in Ireland.
  4. Flann O'Brien: Gallows humour
    Edited by:Ruben Borg, Paul Fagan
    The essays collected in this volume draw unprecedented critical attention to the centrality of politics in Flann O'Brien's art.
  5. Love, the Magician
    Medbh McGuckian
    One of Ireland's most internationally celebrated authors returns with a new feminist collection of poetry exploring the lives of women told through the language of men who exploited them.
  6. Ciaran Carson: Critical Essays
    Elmer Kennedy-Andrews
    Ciaran Carson has played a major role in the internationalization of contemporary Irish poetry from the late 1960s, through the 'Troubles' of the '70s, '80s and '90s, to the present time.
  7. John Donne and Religious Authority in the Reformed English Church
    Mark S. Sweetnam
    John Donne has never seemed a simple figure. For his contemporaries, the poet and preacher, the courtier-turned-convert-turned-celebrity defied definition and strained the bounds of decorous conventionality.
  8. John Mcgahern : Authority and Vision
    Edited by:Zeljka Doljanin, Maire Doyle
    This unique collection brings together essays by experts from a variety of disciplines, including history, sociology, education, journalism, creative writing and literary criticism, to offer new insights into the writer, his work and his legacy.
  9. Why I Write
    George Orwell
    Whether puncturing the lies of politicians, wittily dissecting the English character or telling unpalatable truths about war, Orwell's timeless, uncompromising essays are more relevant, entertaining and essential than ever in today's era of spin. Literary essays
  10. Notes to Self
    Emilie Pine
    I am afraid of being the disruptive woman. And of not being disruptive enough. I am afraid.
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