2 edition of Irish poetry after feminism found in the catalog.
Irish poetry after feminism
by Colin Smythe, Distributed in North America by Oxford University Press in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, UK, New York
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Justin Quinn.|
|Series||Princess Grace Irish Library lectures -- 10, Princess Grace Irish Library lectures -- 10.|
|Contributions||Quinn, Justin, 1968-|
|LC Classifications||PR8781.F46 I75 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||2009278523|
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Tag: Irish Poetry after Feminism These essays are revised versions of lectures given at the Princess Grace Irish Library in Monaco, and address some of the most exciting developments in Irish poetry over the last thirty years, concentrating especially on the work of Derek Mahon, Medbh McGuckian, Vona Groarke and Sinéad Morrissey.
Meet Pope Patrick – Irish, intersex and pregnant Maggie Hamand’s ‘thought experiment’ seeks to reconcile her faith and feminism Wed,Author: Maggie Hamand. Introduction / Justin Quinn --Irish poetry after feminism: in search of 'male poets' / Moynagh Sullivan --The touch of a blind man: forms, origins & 'hermeneutics' in poetry / Peter McDonald --An unapproved alliance: feminism & form in the Irish poetry debate / Catriona Clutterbuck --First principles / Derek Mahon --On Derek Mahon's First.
Feminism Is for Everybody, by bell hooks, from Click here to sign up to the Irish Times Book Club. More from The Irish Times Books; Poem of the week: A Mighty Presence Poetry round Author: Carl Cederström. This book of essays has emerged from a symposium organised in September by Justin Quinn in the Princess Grace Library in Monaco where Irish poetry after feminism book number of academics, and poet academics were brought together to discuss the issue of Irish poetry after feminism.
Such a stimulating and controversial topic was bound to be hotly debated, and in his introductory remarks Justin Quinn clarifies and Cited by: 2. Irish Writers After Feminism (Princess Grace Irish Library Lectures) 1st Edition by Justin Quinn (Editor) ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important. ISBN.
This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Irish Poetry after Feminism Clíona Ní Ríordáin REFERENCES Justin QUINN (ed.), Irish Poetry after Feminism, Princess Grace Irish Library Lectu London, Colin Smythe,ISBN 1 This book of essays has emerged from a symposium organised in September by Justin Quinn in the Princess Grace Library in Monaco where a number of academics, and.
Irish Poetry After Feminism Justin Quinn says: (if the poet is Irish also, this usually comes from Adrienne Rich via Eavan Boland). As ideology this is compelling. That which was once courage and transgression is now debased, and the poetry they write is a record of imaginative cowardice.
Moynagh Sullivan says. Her poetry has been widely broadcast, translated and anthologised including in, The Harvard Anthology of Modern Irish Poetry, USA (), The Wake Forest Book of Irish Women Poets, USA (), Femmes d’Irlande en Poésie,ed Clíona Ní Ríordáin, Lines.
Eavan Boland was born in Dublin, Ireland. Over the course of her long career, Eavan Boland emerged as one of the foremost female voices in Irish literature. Throughout her many collections of poetry, in her prose memoir Object Lessons (), and in her work as a noted anthologist and teacher, Boland honed an appreciation for the ordinary in life.
Eavan Boland was born in Dublin, Ireland, in She is the author of seven volumes of poetry, including Night Feed (Carcanet Press, ), The Journey (Carcanet Press, ), and Outside History: Selected Poems (Carcanet Press, ). Her recent work includes In a Time of Violence (Norton, ), and an essay collection, Object Lessons: The Life of the Woman and the Poet in Our.
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Beginning with Jonathan Swift in the early. Although a distinctively contemporary Irish poetry began developing only in the late s, several new poetic voices, preoccupied with the position of the Irish poet in the postwar world and anticipating in many ways the poetry of the last quarter of the century, emerged in Ireland in the s and early s.
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Sarah Broom provides an engaging, challenging and lively introduction to contemporary British and Irish poetry. The book covers work by poets from a wide range of ethnic and regional backgrounds and covers a broad range of poetic styles, including mainstream names like Seamus Heaney and Carol Ann Duffy alongside more marginal and experimental poets like Tom Raworth and Geraldine Monk.
Irish Poetry after Feminism also includes forthright debate between the contributors about the relations between ideology and poetics. Gathering some of the finest critics, the volume makes an important contribution to one of the central debates about Irish literature.
It is a compelling, generous, essential book, in which she speaks of family, place and poetry with true inspiration. For people who are not familiar with her work, or tend not to read poetry, this Author: Rosie Lavan.The first book on your list is an anthology, Fairy Tales from Donegal.
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It would come to be known as the Irish literary renaissance and would change modern Irish history, but first it had to make sense of the Irish past. In Standish James O’Grady, considered by his contemporaries the “father” of this revival.