Literary Studies

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Tina O'Toole

20th November 2016 · Paperback

Women's literary expressions of war have long been neglected and at times forgotten in Irish scholarship. In Women Writing War:...

Paula Meehan

31st May 2016 · Hardback

Imaginary Bonnets with Real Bees in Them is the third volume in The Poet's Chair series, publishing the public lectures...

Vivien Igoe

5th May 2016 · Hardback

In The Real People of Joyce's Ulysses, Dubliner and Joycean scholar Vivien Igoe leaves no stone uncovered in revealing the...

Emma Donoghue

20th April 2016 · Hardback

Signatories comprises the artistic responses of Emma Donoghue, Thomas Kilroy, Hugo Hamilton, Frank McGuinness, Rachel Fehily, Eilis Ni Dhuibhne, Marina...

Harry Clifton

1st November 2015 · Hardback

In this volume, the distinguished Dublin poet Harry Clifton - who has lived and worked all over the globe -...

Michael Longley

11th June 2015 · Hardback

In this volume, the distinguished Irish poet Michael Longley - whose poetry has transcended political and cultural boundaries throughout his...

Anne Fogarty

9th June 2015 · Hardback

Voices on Joyce gathers together interpretations of James Joyce's work by scholars in a wide span of disciplines: music, history,...

Maria Stuart

31st October 2014 · Hardback

An international collection of critical and creative work that offers compelling responses to the specifics of 'tradition' and 'place' in...

Philip Coleman

15th August 2014 · Hardback

Challenging the confessional labelling of him that has dominated his critical reception and popular perception for decades, the author argues...

Bo Almqvist

30th November 2012 · Hardback

Professor O Cathain is widely known for his contribution to Irish and international folkloristics and the many ways in which...

Ann Chapman

15th September 2011 · Hardback

Our knowledge of Cleopatra, one of the most famous woman in antiquity, comes from Plutarch's description of her. Plutarch, whose...

Philip O'Leary

30th March 2011 · Hardback

Explores the evolving ideology that inspired the successful campaign of writers such as Ciaran and Brian O Nuallain, and Cathal...

Sarah E. McKibben

25th October 2010 · Hardback

Drawing on feminist, postcolonial and gender theory, this work argues for the ideological, representational and linguistic complexity of early modern...

Tim Conley

12th May 2010 · Hardback

From philosophically informed exegeses and the various conceptions of international modernism to considerations of dance, film, and the flourishing field...

Philip O'Leary

1st April 2010 · Hardback

Although the 1940s are often seen as a period of lowered post-Renaissance expectations for Irish writers of English, they were...

W.J. Mc Cormack

1st March 2010 · Hardback

W B Yeats went to great lengths to design his self-image which biographers have been slow to challenge. This study...

Janet Clare

22nd February 2010 · Paperback

There is a long history in Ireland of performing, studying and responding to Shakespeare's plays. This title explores the responses...

Patrick Pearse

18th February 2009 · Paperback

Offers a translation of Patrick Pearse's ten stories that provide a sympathetic portrayal of life in Connemara....