Looking Out on the Fields - Reimagining Irish Literature and Culture.pdf

Looking Out on the Fields - Reimagining Irish Literature and Culture

Antonio Raul de Toro Santos

Readers of Reimagining Irish Literature will find a diverse compilation of essays dealing with relational views of the literature and culture of Ireland. Among these, there is a relevant body of studies relating to the work of James Joyce, which indude interdisciplinary approaches focused on the literary and cultural extensions of the most influential writer of the early 20th century. The focus on this author is justified, first, by the centenary of the publication of Ulysses as a serialised contribution in the American journal The Little Review (1918-1920), and second, by its permanent condition as a cutting edge author and as a permanent source for comparative studies about the Irish identity. The second part of the book gathers a series of studies centred on the different projections of Irish literature and culture, both modern and contemporary, as well as on other comparative components of the cultures of Ireland, such as film, education, theatre, transnational relations, or the arts. Furthermore, this section of the collection aims to reinforce the transculturel significance of Ireland, a quality of its identity that has been fundamental in the development of Irish letters.

Colum McCann. Handout In his address to the Global Irish Forum in Dublin Castle, writer Colum McCann talks about Irish identity and proposes a "reimagining" of what it means to be Irish. Irish Studies at Peter Lang @BAIrishStudies …

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Sofya Voigtuh

Oct 17, 2011 ... In this interview Raymund Ryan and Irish writer Dermot Bolger take us ... I grew up in, I didn't look towards Joyce, or other great Irish writers. ... So basically the way I became involved was to found my own cultural opening at the age of 18. ... And then a mile away is Ballymun and Ballymun was just fields.

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