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The Penguin book of Irish fiction

Autor: Colm Tóibín
Editorial: New York : Viking, 1999.
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Ficción : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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"The Penguin Book of Irish Fiction represents the entire canon of Irish fiction in English from Jonathan Swift, born in 1667, to Emma Donoghue, born in 1969. In his comprehensive introduction Colm Toibin describes the particular difficulties faced by Irish writers before the twentieth century, which gave rise to forms of fiction that were strikingly different from the classic French and English novels of the  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Fiction
Short stories
Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Penguin book of Irish fiction.
New York : Viking, 1999
(OCoLC)607447792
Tipo de material: Ficción
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Colm Tóibín
ISBN: 0670891088 9780670891085 0670854972 9780670854974
Número OCLC: 42290921
Descripción: xxxiv, 1085 pages ; 24 cm
Contenido: from Gulliver's travels / Jonathan Swift --
from The life and opinions of Tristan Shandy, Gent. / Laurence Sterne --
from Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph / Frances Sheridan --
from The Vicar of Wakefield / Oliver Goldsmith --
Castle Rackrent / Maria Edgeworth --
from Melmoth the Wanderer / Charles Robert Maturin --
from The O'Briens and the O'Flahertys / Lady Morgan --
Wildgoose Lodge ; from The black prophet / William Carleton --
from The croppy / John Banim --
from The collegians / Gerald Griffin --
from St. Patrick's Eve / Charles Lever --
from Uncle Silas / Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu --
from The Kellys and the O'Kellys ; from Phineas Finn / Anthony Trollope --
The hungry death / Rosa Mulholland --
from Hurrish / Emily Lawless --
from Dracula / Bram Stoker --
from Esther Waters ; Home sickness / George Moore --
from The picture of Dorian Gray / Oscar Wilde --
from The real Charlotte / Edith Somerville and Martin Ross --
from The ragged-trousered philanthropists / Robert Tressell --
from The fly on the wheel / Katherine Cecil Thurston --
Nightfall / Daniel Corkery --
from The crock of gold ; A glass of beer / James Stephens --
The dead ; from A portrait of the artist as a young man ; from Ulysses ; from Finnegans Wake / James Joyce --
from The knife / Peadar O'Donnell --
from Mr Gilhooley ; The hawk / Liam O'Flaherty --
from The new perspective / K. Arnold Price --
from The land of spices ; from The anteroom / Kate O'Brien --
Her table spread ; from The last September / Elizabeth Bowen --
A dead cert / Sean O'Faolain --
On the empty shore / Seosamh Mac Grianna --
from Black list, section H / Francis Stuart --
Guests of the nation / Frank O'Connor --
from Two days in Aragon / Molly Keane --
from Tarry Flynn / Patrick Kavanagh --
from Murphy ; First love ; from Malone dies ; Company / Samuel Beckett --
Floodtide / Máirtín Ó Cadhain --
from Call my brother back / Michael McLaverty --
Exile's return / Bryan MacMahon --
from December bride / Sam Hanna Bell --
The martyr's crown ; from At Swim-Two-Birds ; from The third policeman / Flann O'Brien --
Happiness / Mary Lavin --
The morning after the big fire / Maeve Brennan --
from The red and the green / Iris Murdoch --
Homes on the mountain / Benedict Kiely --
The eagles and the trumpets / James Plunkett --
from Black robe / Brian Moore --
Memory and desire / Val Mulkerns --
from The life of Riley / Anthony Cronin --
from Balcony of Europe / Aidan Higgins --
from The trials of Father Dillingham / John Broderick --
Kathleen Field / William Trevor --
The hairdresser / Leland Bardwell --
Foundry house / Brianh Friel --
Music at Annahullion / Eugene McCabe --
A Belfast woman / Mary Beckett --
from The captains and the kings / Jennifer Johnston --
Left of the door / Tom Mac Intyre --
from The country girls / Edna O'Brien --
Will you please go now / Julia O'Faolain --
from Stamping ground / Maurice Leitch --
from The barracks ; The country funeral / John McGahern --
from Reading in the dark / Seamus Deane --
from The killeen / Mary Leland --
Life drawing / Bernard Mac Laverty --
Such good friends / Ita Daly --
from Birchwood ; from The book of evidence / John Banville --
Topping / Shane Connaughton --
from A goat's song / Dermot Healy --
from Holy pictures / Clare Boylan --
Night in Tunisia / Neil Jordan --
Memories of swinging London / Desmond Hogan --
A country dance / Mary Dorcey --
Nazi Christmas / Hugo Hamilton --
from The cure / Carlo Gébler --
from The healing / David Park --
from The whereabouts of Eneas McNulty / Sebastian Barry --
from The butcher boy / Patrick McCabe --
In the dark / Aidan Mathews --
The cantilever principle / Mary Morrisy --
from The snapper / Roddy Doyle --
from The journey home / Dermot Bolger --
from Remembering light and stone / Deirdre Madden --
from Resurrection man / Eoin McNamee --
(She owns) every thing / Anne Enright --
from Burning your own / Glenn Patterson --
from Cowboys and Indians / Joseph O'Connor --
Slade / Frank Ronan --
from Eureka Street / Robert McLiam Wilson --
Breakfast for Enrique / Colum McCann --
Going back / Emma Donoghue.
Otros títulos: Irish fiction
Responsabilidad: edited with an introduction by Cólm Toibín.

Resumen:

"The Penguin Book of Irish Fiction represents the entire canon of Irish fiction in English from Jonathan Swift, born in 1667, to Emma Donoghue, born in 1969. In his comprehensive introduction Colm Toibin describes the particular difficulties faced by Irish writers before the twentieth century, which gave rise to forms of fiction that were strikingly different from the classic French and English novels of the nineteenth century. In a culture where certain connections between the writer and the reader - indeed between the individual and society itself - were absent, it was Gothic literature, with its menacing visions of crumbling houses and discontented peasants, that flourished."--Jacket.

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