FIELD DAY REVIEW 5 (2009), a journal of Irish studies, S Deane & C Deane, eds.

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FIELD DAY REVIEW 5 (2009), a journal of Irish studies, S Deane & C Deane, eds.

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Journal of Irish studies. Published by Field Day in association with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

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This issue includes new research on Brian Friel and the origins of Field Day from the recently compiled Field Day Archive at the National Library of Ireland.

Journal Contents:

ESSAYS

Ciarán Deane, Brian Friel’s Translations: The Origins of a Cultural Experiment

Joe Cleary, Distress Signals: Sean O Faolain and the Fate of Twentieth-Century Irish Literature

Barry McCrea, Family and Form in Ulysses

Catriona Kennedy, Our Separate Rooms: Bishop Stock’s Narrative of the French Invasion of Mayo, 1798

Juliana Adelman, Animal Knowledge: Zoology and Class-ification in Nineteenth-Century Dublin

Giovanni Arrighi, in conversation with Joe Cleary: ‘Up for Grabs’

 

REVIEWS

Ian McBride, The Whole People of Ireland?

David Lloyd, Shadows of a Gunman

Chris Morash, Theatre, Globalization and Recalcitrant Audiences

Sean Mannion, Modernism at the Movies

Carl Dawson, A Different Grammar

Francis Mulhern, Just Another Country?

Seamus Deane, The Great Nation and the Evil Empire

 

 

Editors Seamus Deane, Ciarán Deane

Pub. Date December 2009

Price: €20.00

ISBN 978-0-946755-45-5

Format 260 x 210 mm; paperback; French flaps

Rights Field Day

Territory Ireland / UK / World

Extent 248 pages

Category Literature, Cultural Studies, Irish Studies

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