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Redefining the fringes in Celtic Studies : essays in literature and culture

Author: Aleksander Barski; Robert Looby
Publisher: Berlin : Peter Lang, 2019.
Series: Transatlantic studies in British and North American culture, volume 26.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The book is a collection of essays in the language, literature and history of the broadly speaking Celtic world. By bringing together heterogeneous but at the same time fresh insights into diverse areas of Celtic scholarship, this volume aims to invite further research in the fields probed by the contributors in their chapters.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Aleksander Barski; Robert Looby
ISBN: 9783631776995 3631776993 9783631777008 3631777000 9783631777015 3631777019
OCLC Number: 1105199645
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Copyright information; Contents; Introduction; Three Blasket Autobiographies and the Editorial Design of Their First Editions; 1 Introduction; 2 Irish Language Literature of the Irish Revival and the Free State; 3 The Great Blasket Island and Its Library; 4 The Origins and Characteristics of the Autobiographies by Tom á s Ó Criomhthain, Muiris Ó S ú illeabh á in and Peig Sayers; 5 Conclusion; Bibliography; The Ienctid yw 'Mhechod Saga; Bibliography; Irish Language and Identity in Contemporary Irish Poetry; 1 Introduction; 2 Identity; 2.1 Ethnic Identity 3 Poetry, Language and Identity3.1 Gabriel Rosenstock's "Scn Ø d: m í ni ú "; 4 Conclusions; Bibliography; Some Remarks on the Periodisation of Welsh Medieval Law; 1 Introduction; 2 The Proposed Periodisation of Welsh Medieval Law; 2.1 The Pre-codification Period; 2.2 The Period since the Codification of Law in the Mid-tenth Century until the Edwardian Conquest of Wales in 1283; 2.3 The Post-conquest Period since 1283/1284 until 1536 and 1543; 3 Final Comments; Bibliography; The Great Wars of Francis Ledwidge (1887-1917); 1 Introduction; 2 Francis Ledwidge and His Wars 3 The Specificity of Ledwidge's Treatment of War4 Soldiering; 5 Harnessing the Horrors of the War; 6 The Realism of War; 7 The Greco-Serbian Front; 8 Meditations on the War Itself; 9 The Interconnectedness of the Fronts (Turkish and Irish); 10 The Interconnectedness of the Fronts (Irish and Western); 11 The Irish Front; 12 The Third Ypres; 13 Conclusion: War with a Human Face; Bibliography; The Polish Origins of Irish-Language Modernist Fiction? Joseph Conrad & P á draig Ó Conaire; 1 P á draic Ó Conaire; 2 Turning to Conrad. What has Conrad to do with all of this?; 3 Conclusion
Series Title: Transatlantic studies in British and North American culture, volume 26.
Responsibility: Aleksander Bednarski/Robert Looby (eds.).

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