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The dual tradition : an essay on poetry and politics in Ireland

Author: Thomas Kinsella
Publisher: Manchester [England] : Carcanet, 1995.
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Irish literature exists in two languages. A dual approach is necessary if the tradition, with its historical, political and semantic tensions, is to be understood - indeed, if some of its features are to be appreciated at all. Separate Gaelic and Anglo-Irish anthologies and commentaries have long been readily available, but commentaries dealing with the total Irish literary response are rare. In The Dual Tradition  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kinsella, Thomas.
Dual tradition.
Manchester [England] : Carcanet, 1995
(OCoLC)624434695
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Kinsella
ISBN: 1857541820 9781857541823
OCLC Number: 32925639
Description: vii, 129 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: I. Strangers --
II. Colonials and Dispossessed. Seventeenth Century. Eighteenth Century --
III. The Nineteenth Century. Politics before the Famine. Nineteenth-Century Poetry --
IV. Yeats and Joyce. Landlords and Violence. The Milk Woman. The Irish Writer --
V. Modern Irish Poetry. Austin Clarke. Patrick Kavanagh. Samuel Beckett. Irish Publishing --
VI. Politics of the Dual Tradition. Stage Irish.
Responsibility: Thomas Kinsella.
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Irish literature exists in two languages. A dual approach is necessary if the tradition, with its historical, political and semantic tensions is to be understood and appreciated. This text presents  Read more...

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