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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, ©2008
|Named Person:||Richard Tillinghast; Richard Tillinghast; Richard Tillinghast|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||1 online resource (ix, 285 pages)|
|Contents:||Finding Ireland --
Letter from Galway, 1990 --
Letter from Dublin, 1998 : the Celtic tiger--
Letter from Dublin, 2005 : Wilde, Synge, and Orpen --
Who were the Anglo-Irish? --
The uneasy world of Somerville and Ross --
Travels through Somerville and Ross's Ireland --
The asymmetrical George Moore --
Elizabeth Bowen : the house, the hotel, and the child --
William Trevor : "they were as good as we were" --
Listening to Irish traditional music --
Flann O'Brien : no laughing matter --
Brian Friel : transcending the Irish national pastime --
Seamus Heaney's "middle voice" --
Derek Mahon : exile and stranger --
The future of Irish poetry? --
Mount Stewart : its gardens, house, and family --
W.B. Yeats : the labyrinth of another's being --
Looking for Yeats in Yeats country --
From Venice to Tipperary.
In "Finding Ireland: A Poet's Exploration of Irish Literature and Cul""ture," Richard Tillinghast explores how he came to be an Irish resident and how Irish culture has affected him as well as the
- Tillinghast, Richard -- Travel -- Ireland.
- Tillinghast, Richard.
- Literary landmarks -- Ireland.
- Authors, Irish -- Homes and haunts -- Ireland.
- English literature -- Irish authors -- History and criticism.
- Ireland -- Intellectual life.
- Ireland -- Description and travel.
- Authors, Irish -- Homes and haunts.
- English literature -- Irish authors.
- Intellectual life.
- Literary landmarks.