Writing Modern Ireland
Edited by Catherine E. Paul
Catherine E. Paul is Professor Emerita of English at Clemson University.
Introduction Catherine E. Paul • Writing Modern Ireland • Essays Ronald Schuchard • Yeats in Extremis Ed Madden • “Here, of all places”: Geographies of Sexual and Gender Identity in Keith Ridgway’s The Long Falling Michael J. Sidnell • Beckett’s Discovery of Theater: Human Wishes, and the Dramaturgical Contexts of Eleutheria Wim Van Mierlo • “I have met you too late”: James Joyce, W. B. Yeats and the Making of Chamber Music Liam Harte • The Politics of Pity in Sebastian Barry’s A Long Long Way Margaret Mills Harper • Flesh and Bones: Anne Enright’s The Gathering Alexandra Poulain • “Westward ho!”: The Only Jealousy of Emer, From Noh to Tragedy Ken Monteith • Enabling Emer, Disabling the Sidhe: W. B. Yeats’s The Only Jealousy of Emer Eamonn Wall • The Use of Memory: Michael Coady’s All Souls John Dennison • “To construct something upon which to rejoice”: Seamus Heaney’s Prose Revisions Thomas Dillon Redshaw • Remains and Removals: Th e Cuala Press Revival, 1969–1989 Jonathan Allison • “The Old Moon-Phaser”: Yeats, Auden, and MacNeice Michael Cade-Stewart • A Satyric Paradise: Th e Form of W. B. Yeats’s “News for the Delphic Oracle” Wanda Balzano • Abroad and at Home: The Question of the Foreigner in Kate O’Brien’s Mary Lavelle Jeanette Shumaker • The Deathly Conformity of Irish Women: Novels by Mary O’Donnell and Susan Knight Rand Brandes • Mercury in Taurus: W. B. Yeats and Ted Hughes Wayne K. Chapman • “Notes Chirruping Answer”: Language as Music in James Joyce and Virginia Woolf Hedwig Schwall • Allegories of Writing: Figurations of Narcissus and Echo in W. B. Yeats’s Work Jefferson Holdridge • “Halved Globe, Slowly Turning”: Editing Irish Poetry in America • Contributors
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: June 30, 2015
Series: Clemson University Press: Ireland in the Arts & Humanities