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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Theo d' Haen; Jose Lanters; International Association of Study of Anglo-Irish Literature.
|Contents:||Theo D'HAEN and Jose LANTERS: Preface. Michael BRIAN: What We Want Is Capital: A Political, Etymological, Dantean, and Gnostic Reading of James Joyce's Ivy Day in the Committee Room. Martin J. CROGHAN: Female Sexuality in The Midnight Court and Ulysses. S.J. BOYD: International Eyesore: Joyce the Pornographer. Bruce STEWART: Joyce at Tara. Werner HUBER: Towards a Comedie Humaine of Ireland: The Politics of James Stephens's Early Novels. C.L. INNES: Custom, Ceremony and Innocence: Elizabeth Bowen's The Last September. Clair HUGHES: Death of the House: Molly Keane and the Anglo-Irish Gothic Novel. Jose LANTERS: Eimar O'Duffy's Cuanduine Satires. Kristin MORRISON: The Political Bildungsroman. Christina HUNT MAHONY: Politicization of Women in the Writings of Julia O'Faolain: That Is No Country for Young Men and The Irish Signorina. Margaret SCANLAN: An Acceptable Level of Violence: Women, Fiction, and Northern Ireland. Notes on Contributors.|
|Series Title:||The literature of politics, the politics of literature, 4|