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Romantic Ireland : from Tone to Gonne ; fresh perspectives on nineteenth-century Ireland

Author: Patrick Lyons; John Miller; Willy Maley
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
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The long nineteenth century, arguably the most significant period in Irish history, is marked by a series of events that changed the political landscape of the nation forever and gave rise to art and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Lyons; John Miller; Willy Maley
ISBN: 9781443844208 1443844209
OCLC Number: 827951580
Description: x, 424 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Part I: History --
I. Class, Colonialism, and Republicanism --
Foreseeing the Famine?: William Cobbett's Irish Writings/Alex Benchimol --
Engels and the History of Ireland/Willy Maley --
'Give us war in our time, O Lord!': Martial Rhetoric and Militant Republicanism in the Writings of John Mitchel/James Quinn --
II. Faith, Fatherland, and Fartherlands --
Resurrection: The Study of Medieval Irish Eschatology in the Nineteenth Century/Elizabeth Boyle --
To the Holy Island: The Sacral Landscapes of Archbishop John Healy/Patrick Maume --
Scottish Presbyterians and Irish Immigrants: The Mission at Home/Robbie McLaughlan --
III. Fenianism and Football --
Fenianism and Irish Associational Culture in Glasgow, 1863-91/Terence McBride --
Beneath the Shroud of the Foggy Dew: Fenianism and the Development of Irish Nationalism/Ryan W. Keating --
Sporting Choices and the Irish in Late 19th and Early 20th century Scotland --
IV. Reinventing the Past --
'A Lively and Precise Intellect': James Henthorn Todd, His Family, and Sane Antiquarians in Ireland and Scotland (1827-1869)/Patricia McKee Hanna --
Towards Celtic Revival Art in Scotland: The Visual Background to Revival in the 18th and 19th Centuries/Murdo MacDonald --
Celtic Revival and Arts and Crafts around 1900: Edinburgh and Dublin Connected by a Circle of Trendsetting Individuals/Per G.L. Ahlander --
V. Backward Looks --
Lowering the Tone: Wolfe Tone in 1898 Commemoration and Commodification/Alison O'Malley-Younger --
Sensibility, Nostalgic Melancholy and the Construction of Trans-National Identity: Romantic Era Irish and Scottish Emigration Narratives/Jason King --
Challenging the Self-invention of Maud Gonne 1866-1901/Ann Matthews --
Part II: Literature --
I. Gendering the Field --
One Title, Three Works? Marianne Moore, Maria Edgeworth and The Absentee/Tara Stubbs --
Weeding the Fields of Ireland/Jill Brady Hampton --
An Irish Poster Girl? Writing Deirdre during the Revival/Kate Louise Mathis --
II. Romancing the Nation --
Robert Tannahill and Irish Song/Jim Ferguson --
The 'Losing Side Ever': Charles Lever, Walter Scott, and the Irish National Tale/Jim Shanahan --
Aspects of Romantic Ireland: Charles Robert Maturin's Manuel (1817) and Melmoth the Wanderer (1820)/Asier Altuna-Garcia de Salazar --
Emmet and Shelley: High Priests of Romantic Nationalism/Paul O'Brien --
'Delight Makes All of the One Mind': Irish Collectivity at the Races/Donna Landry --
III. Revising the Irish Question --
Posing Paddy for Empire: Dion Boucicault staging the 'Oirish'/Alison O'Malley-Younger --
Henry and Alice James: Two Views of the Irish Question/Tom Mack --
Jacobitism and the Literary Revival/Frank Shovlin --
IV. 'What Ish My Nation?': Race and Representation --
'A Firbolg in the borrowed cloak of a Milesian': Tom Moore, Romantic Biography, and the Politics of Uion/Nigel Leask --
R.M. Ballantyne and Mr G. O'Rilla: Apes, Irishmen and the Great Gorilla Controversy of 1861/John Miller.
Responsibility: edited by Paddy Lyons, John Miller and Willy Maley.

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