Modern Irish and Scottish Poetry.
By: Mackay, Peter.
Contributor(s): Longley, Edna | Brearton, Fran.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (348 p.).ISBN: 9781139082358.Subject(s): English poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism | English poetry -- Irish authors -- History and criticism | English poetry -- Scottish authors -- History and criticism | Rhymers' Club (London, England) | Rhymers’ Club (London, England)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Modern Irish and Scottish PoetryDDC classification: 821.9109 | 821/.914099411 LOC classification: PR8771 .M62 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter 1 Swordsmen: W. B. Yeats and Hugh MacDiarmid; Chapter 2 Tradition and the individual editor: Professor Grierson, modernism and national poetics; Chapter 3 Louis MacNeice among the islands; Chapter 4 Townland, desert, cave: Irish and Scottish Second World War poetry; Chapter 5 Affinities in time and space: reading the Gaelic poetry of Ireland and Scotland; Chapter 6 Contemporary affinities; Chapter 7 The Classics in modern Scottish and Irish poetry
Chapter 8 Translating Beowulf: Edwin Morgan and Seamus HeaneyChapter 9 Reading in the gutters; Chapter 10 'What matters is the yeast': 'foreignising' Gaelic poetry; Chapter 11 Outside English: Irish and Scottish poets in the East; Chapter 12 Names for nameless things: the poetics of place names; Chapter 13 Desire lines: mapping the city in contemporary Belfast and Glasgow poetry; Chapter 14 'The ugly burds without wings'?: reactions to tradition since the 1960s; Chapter 15 'And cannot say / and cannot say': Richard Price, Randolph Healy and the dialogue of the deaf
Chapter 16 On 'The Friendship of Young Poets': Douglas Dunn, Michael Longley and Derek MahonChapter 17 'No misprints in this work': the poetic 'translations' of Medbh McGuckian and Frank Kuppner; Chapter 18 Phoenix or dead crow? Irish and Scottish poetry magazines, 1945-2000; Chapter 19 Outwith the Pale: Irish-Scottish studies as an act of translation; Guide to further reading; Index
This collection of new essays offers the first sustained comparative reading of modern Irish and Scottish poetry.
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