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A History of the Irish Novel.

By: Hand, Derek.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (353 p.).ISBN: 9781139041003.Subject(s): English fiction --Irish authors --History and criticism | Ireland --in literature | Literature and history --Ireland --History | Literature and society --Ireland --History | National characteristics, Irish, in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A History of the Irish NovelDDC classification: 823.009/9415 LOC classification: PR8797.H36 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction: A history of the Irish novel, 1665- 2010; Interchapter 1 Virtue Rewarded; or, the Irish Princess: burgeoning silence and the new novel form in Ireland; Chapter 1 Beginnings and endings: writing from the margins, 1665-1800; Interchapter 2 Beyond history: Maria Edgeworth's Castle Rackrent; Chapter 2 Speak not my name; or, the wings of Minerva: Irish fiction, 1800-91; Interchapter 3 Edith Somerville and Martin Ross's The Real Charlotte: the blooming menagerie
Chapter 3 Living in a time of epic: the Irish novel and Literary Revival and revolution, 1891-1922Interchapter 4 James Joyce's Ulysses: choosing life; Chapter 4 Irish independence and the bureaucratic imagination, 1922-39; Interchapter 5 Elizabeth Bowen's The Last September and the art of betrayal; Chapter 5 Enervated island - isolated Ireland? 1940-60; Interchapter 6 John Banville's Doctor Copernicus: a revolution in the head; Chapter 6 The struggle of making it new, 1960-79; Interchapter 7 Seamus Deane's Reading in the Dark and the rebel act of interpretation
Chapter 7 Brave new worlds: Celtic Tigers and moving statues, 1979 to the present dayInterchapter 8 John McGahern's That They May Face the Rising Sun: saying the very last things; Conclusion: The future of the Irish novel in the global literary marketplace; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Summary: The first critical synthesis of the Irish novel from the seventeenth century to the present day.
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction: A history of the Irish novel, 1665- 2010; Interchapter 1 Virtue Rewarded; or, the Irish Princess: burgeoning silence and the new novel form in Ireland; Chapter 1 Beginnings and endings: writing from the margins, 1665-1800; Interchapter 2 Beyond history: Maria Edgeworth's Castle Rackrent; Chapter 2 Speak not my name; or, the wings of Minerva: Irish fiction, 1800-91; Interchapter 3 Edith Somerville and Martin Ross's The Real Charlotte: the blooming menagerie

Chapter 3 Living in a time of epic: the Irish novel and Literary Revival and revolution, 1891-1922Interchapter 4 James Joyce's Ulysses: choosing life; Chapter 4 Irish independence and the bureaucratic imagination, 1922-39; Interchapter 5 Elizabeth Bowen's The Last September and the art of betrayal; Chapter 5 Enervated island - isolated Ireland? 1940-60; Interchapter 6 John Banville's Doctor Copernicus: a revolution in the head; Chapter 6 The struggle of making it new, 1960-79; Interchapter 7 Seamus Deane's Reading in the Dark and the rebel act of interpretation

Chapter 7 Brave new worlds: Celtic Tigers and moving statues, 1979 to the present dayInterchapter 8 John McGahern's That They May Face the Rising Sun: saying the very last things; Conclusion: The future of the Irish novel in the global literary marketplace; Notes; Bibliography; Index

The first critical synthesis of the Irish novel from the seventeenth century to the present day.

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