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The Field day anthology of Irish writing

Author: Seamus Deane; Andrew Carpenter; Jonathan Williams
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©1991.
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Genre/Form: Bio-bibliography
Literary collections
Translations
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Seamus Deane; Andrew Carpenter; Jonathan Williams
ISBN: 0393030466 9780393030464
OCLC Number: 830892698
Description: 3 volumes ; 25 cm
Contents: V. 1. Early and middle Irish literature (c. 600-1600) / Proinsias MacCana ; Latin writing in Ireland (c. 400 --
c. 1200) / Charles Doherty ; The literature of Norman Ireland / Terence Dolan ; The early planters: Spenser and his contemporaries / Nicholas Canny, Andrew Carpenter ; Ireland and her past: topographical and historical writing to 1690 / Andrew Carpenter, Alan Harrison ; Literature in Irish 1600-1800 / Alan Harrison ; Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) / Andrew Carpenter ; Anglo-Irish verse 1675-1825 / Bryan Coleborne --
Drama 1690-1800 / Christopher Murray ; Oliver Goldsmith: miscellaneous writings 1759-74 / Seamus Deane ; Fiction to 1800 / Ian Campbell Ross ; Eighteenth-century Irish philosophy / David Berman, Andrew Carpenter ; Edmund Burke (1729-97) / Seamus Deane ; Political prose: Cromwell to O'Connell / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane, W.J. McCormack ; The shifting perspective (1690-1830) / Andrew Carpenter, Seamus Deane ; Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849) / W.J. McCormack ; Thomas Moore (1779-1852) / Seamus Deane ; Language, class and genre (1780-1830) / W.J. McCormack ; The intellectual revival (1830-50) / W.J. McCormack --
v. 2. Poetry and song 1800-1890 / Seamus Deane ; The famine and young Ireland / Seamus Deane ; Political writing and speeches 1850-1918 / Seamus Deane ; The London exiles: Wilde and Shaw / Declan Kiberd ; Cultural nationalism 1880-1930 / Terence Brown ; Irish drama 1899-1929: the Abbey Theatre / D.E.S. Maxwell ; Poetry 1890-1930 / Seamus Deane ; William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) / Seamus Heaney ; Irish gothic and after 1820-1945 / W.J. McCormack ; Constructing the canon: versions of national identity / Luke Gibbons ; Prose Fiction 1880-1945 / Augustine Martin --
v. 3. James Joyce 1882-1941 / Seamus Deane ; The counter-revival provincialism and censorship 1930-65 / Terence Brown ; The counter-revival 1930-65 : poetry / Terrence Brown ; The counter-revival 1930-60: drama / Terrence Brown ; Samuel Beckett (1907-89) / J.C.C. Mays ; Northern Protestant oratory and writing 1971-1985 / Tom Paulin ; Autobiography and memoirs 1890-1988 / Seamus Deane ; Challenging the canon: revisionism and cultural criticism / Luke Gibbons ; Political writings and speeches 1900-1988 / Seamus Deane ; Irish writing : prose fiction and poetry 1900-1988 / Eoghan O Hanluain ; Irish Fiction 1965-1990 / John Wilson Foster ; Contemporary Drama 1953-1986 / D.E.S. Maxwell ; Contemporary Irish poetry / Declan Kiberd.
Responsibility: general editor, Seamus Deane ; associate editors, Andrew Carpenter, Jonathan Williams.

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