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Returning to ourselves : second volume of papers from the John Hewitt International Summer School

Author: Eve Patten; John Hewitt International Summer School.
Publisher: Belfast : Lagan Press, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Returning to ourselves.
Belfast : Lagan Press, 1995
(OCoLC)605193014
Named Person: John Harold Hewitt; John Hewitt; John Harold Hewitt
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eve Patten; John Hewitt International Summer School.
ISBN: 1873687567 9781873687567
OCLC Number: 34597426
Description: xv, 395 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: The Left and Eastern Europe / Neal Ascherson --
Words and utopias / Jerzy Jarniewicz --
Progressive bookmen: Left-wing politics and Ulster Protestant writers / Edna Longley --
The fate of "identity": John Hewitt, W.R. Rodgers and Louis MacNeice / Peter McDonald --
"That combat on the shabby patch": Hugh MacDiarmid, Edwin Muir and the matter of Scotland / Patrick Crotty --
The round tower and the black church: aspects of Austin Clarke's cultural/religious identity / Mary Thompson. The mart of ideas: Seán Ó Faoláin 1900-1991 / Fergus O'Ferrall --
"Scenes that surround certain conflicts": the literature of Peadar O'Donnell reconsidered / Richard English --
A single flame / C.L. Dallat --
The liberal imagination in Northern Irish prose / Patricia Craig --
Uladh, Lagan and Rann: the "little magazine" comes to Ulster / Tom Clyde --
Socialism in Ulster / Henry Patterson --
A very English socialism and the Celtic Fringe 1880-1911 / James D. Young. Internationalism and the civil rights movement: an epitaph / Bob Purdie --
Eiresponsibilities: rhythm and revolution in "The rime of the ancient mariner" / Derek Franklin --
The big elsewhere and the wayward hyphen: further gleanings from the Clarity Archive / George O'Brien --
The parish and the dream: Heaney and America 1969-1987 / Michael Allen --
Derek Mahon's cultural marginalia / Colin Graham --
Shaping special worlds: Louis MacNeice's anti-parable / Kathleen McCracken. Sent to Coventry: emigration and autobiography / Eamonn Hughes --
Woman as "elsewhere" / Karlin J. Lillington --
"Time that was extra, unforeseen and free": representations of childhood in the poetry of Seamus Heaney / Patricia Horton --
Pictures, singing and the temple: some contexts for John Hewitt's images / Norman Vance --
The primitive image: tradition, modernity and cinematic Ireland / Martin McLoone --
Imagining the Titanic / John Wilson Foster --
Irish Unionist imagery 1850-1920 / Alvin Jackson --
"Spiritual beyond the ways of men": images of the Gael / Aodán Mac Póilin --
Tomorrow with his notes: editing the Collected poems of John Hewitt / Frank Ormsby.
Other Titles: Hewitt, returning to ourselves
Responsibility: edited by Eve Patten.

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