Mapping Ireland - Essays on Space and Place in Contemporary Irish Poetry

ISBN: 978-606-28-0120-5

DOI: 10.5682/9786062801205

Publisher year: 2014

Edition: II, revizuita si adaugita

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Publisher: Universitară

Author: Nicoleta Stanca

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Acknowledgements /7 

Introduction /11

Chapter I

John Hewitt: Colonies of the Past and Present /35

Chapter II

Thomas Kinsella: Universal Voracity and History/45

Chapter III

John Montague’s In-Between Journeying /59

Chapter IV

Michael Longley: The Pilgrim Soul in the North /73

Chapter V

Derek Mahon: Painting History and Placelesness /87

Chapter VI

Paul Muldoon: A Playful Approach to Irishness /101

Chapter VII

Tom Paulin: Centos of Commitment (to Art) /115

Chapter VIII

Ciaran Carson: Troubles in the City /125

Chapter IX

Eavan Boland: The Mythical Suburban Irish Woman /135

Chapter X

Medbh McGuckian: Ballerinas and Other Storyless Characters /157

Chapter XI

Richard Murphy and Mary O’Malley: The West in Irish Ecopoetry /173

Chapter XII

Eamonn Wall: Journeys of the New Irish across the US /185

Conclusion /199

Works Cited /217

NICOLETA STANCA is Associate Professor at Ovidius University Constanta. She has published three books-lenght studies: Maping Ireland (Essays on Space and Place in Contemporary Irish Poetry), (2014), The Harp and the Pen (Tradition and Novelty in Modern Irish Writting), (2013), Duality of Vision in Seamus Heaney's Writings (2009), articles in academic journals and book chapters on Irish Studies, Irish-American identity, literary studies and popular culture. 
She has been a co-editor of conference volumes, the most recent being: National and Transnational Challenges to the American Imaginary (2018).
She is Vice-President of the Romanian Association for American Studies and alumna of the Multinational Institute of American Studies, New York University (NYU).  

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