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TitleThe Oxford handbook of modern Irish poetry
Author edited by Fran Brearton and Alan Gillis
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012
Descript xx, 723 p. ; 26 cm

CONTENT

Recovering ancient Ireland -- Yeats and symbolism -- Yeats, Clarke, and the Irish poet's relationship with English -- 'The roses are torn': Ireland's war poets -- 'Pledged to Ireland': the poets and poems of easter 1916 -- W.B. Yeats: poetry and violence -- Yeats, Eliot, and the idea of tradition -- Irish poetic modernism: portrait of the artist in exile -- Samuel Beckett: exile and experiment -- Voice and voiceprints: Joyce and recent Irish poetry -- Patrick Kavanagh's 'Potentialities' -- MacNeice among his Irish contemporaries: 1939 and 1945 -- The poetics of partition: poetry and Northern Ireland in the 1940s -- Disturbing Irish poetry: Kinsella and Clarke, 1951-1962 -- Memory and starlight in late MacNeice -- Modern Irish poetry and the visual arts: Yeats to Heaney -- Poetry, music, and reproduced sound -- 'Private ralations': selves, poems, and paintings - Durcan to Morrissey -- Contemporary Northern Irish poetry and romanticism -- 'Ghosts of metrical procedures': translations from the Irish -- Translation as collaboration: Ni Dhomhnaill and Muldoon -- Incoming: Irish poetry and translation -- A stylistic analysis of modern Irish poetry -- Befitting emblems: the early 1970s -- 'Neurosis of Sand': authority, memory, and the Hunger Strike -- Engagements with the public sphere in the poetry of Paul Durcan and Brendan Kennelly -- Domestic violences: Medbh McGuckian and Irish women's writing in the 1980s -- Catholic art and culture: Clarke to Heaney -- In belfast -- 'Our lost lives': protestantism and Northern Irish poetry -- Walking Dublin: contemporary Irish poetry in the city -- The Irish poet as critic -- The poet as anthologist -- Irish poetry and the news -- The modern Irish sonnet -- Irish elegy after Yeats -- 'Repeat the changes change the repeats': alternative Irish poetry -- 'The nothing-could-be-simpler line': form in contemporary Irish poetry -- New Irish women poets: the evolution of (in)determinacy in Vona Groarke -- 'A potted peace/lily'? Northern Irish poetry since the ceasefires


Irish poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism English poetry -- Irish authors -- History and criticism

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Central Library (4th Floor)820.99415 O98CHECK SHELVES
Arts LibraryPB1333 O98 2012CHECK SHELVES

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