Intertextual Relations in Northern Irish Poetry
Shane Alcobia-Murphy is a Lecturer in the School of Language & Literature, University of Aberdeen and Programme Co-ordinator for the Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies. His previous publications include Governing the Tongue: Essays on Northern Irish Culture (Cambridge scholars Press, 2005).
Abbreviations Acknowledgements Introduction Part I 1. ‘As If He’s Swallowed a Dictionary’: The Oblique Poetry of Paul Muldoon 2. Medbh McGuckian: A Threader of Double-Stranded Words Part II 3. ‘Something A Little Nearer Home’: The Intersection of Art and Politics 4. Writing in the Shit: The Northern Irish Poet and Authority 5. ‘The Eye That Scanned It’: The Art of Looking in Northern Irish Poetry 6. ‘Roaming Root of Multiple Meanings’: Irish Language and Identity Conclusion Select Bibliography Index
Copyright: © 2006
Publication: October 1, 2006
Series: Liverpool English Texts and Studies 47