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Unauthorized versions : Irish Menippean satire, 1919-1952

Author: José Lanters
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, ©2000.
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Certain moments in history, especially periods of cultural turmoil and political change, appear to be conducive to the writing of Menippean satire. This text offers an analysis of Menippean satires  Read more...

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Genre/Form: O'Duffy, Eimar
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lanters, José
Unauthorized versions.
Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, c2000
(OCoLC)606399177
Named Person: Darrell Figgis; Eimar O'Duffy; Austin Clarke; Flann O'Brien; Mervyn Wall; Darrell Figgis; Austin (Schriftsteller 1896-1974) Clarke; Mervyn Wall; Austin Clarke; Darrell Figgis; Flann O'Brien; Eimar O'Duffy; Mervyn Wall
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: José Lanters
ISBN: 0813209862 9780813209869
OCLC Number: 43063295
Description: viii, 287 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pt. 1. Darrell Figgis (1882-1925). 1. "Only What Is Unaccountable Is Significant": The Return of the Hero --
Pt. 2. Eimar O'Duffy (1893-1935). 2. "These Were the Days of Paternal Government": King Goshawk and the Birds. 3. "Fantastically Utopian and Impossible": The Spacious Adventures of the Man in the Street. 4. "This Isn't Utopia, You Know": Asses in Clover --
Pt. 3. Austin Clarke (1896-1974). 5. "The Beginning Was the End": The Bright Temptation. 6. "Romances Are Complicated Affairs": The Singing-Men at Cashel. 7. "Everything Next to Nothing": The Sun Dances at Easter --
Pt. 4. Hann O'Brien (1911-1966). 8. "Answers Do Not Matter So Much as Questions": At Swim-Two-Birds. 9. "Unimaginable Dimensions": The Third Policeman
Responsibility: José Lanters.

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