Literature & Criticism

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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...

Patrick Pearse

18th February 2009 · Paperback

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

Hugh Kenner

5th June 2008 · Hardback

Contains the letters written to each other by the renowned Joyce scholars, Hugh Kenner and Adaline Glasheen, between 1953 and...

Andrew Fitzsimons

6th May 2008 · Paperback

Offers a chronological journey through the structural and thematic development of Thomas Kinsella's poetic writing. This book shows that his...

Phyllis Gaffney

2nd April 2008 · Hardback

Rick Caldicott is known for his work on the seventeenth century, especially theatre. This book provides a tribute to him....

Brian Cosgrove

8th October 2007 · Hardback

Aims to validate a reading of Joyce in negative terms. Central to this enquiry is an examination of the roles...

Anne Dolan

1st October 2007 · Paperback

Robert Emmet's life, death, and immediate elevation into the pantheon of Irish nationalist heroes are well known. This work includes...

James Walton

22nd March 2007 · Paperback

Follows the course of Sheridan Le Fanu's attraction to the void, and his resistance to it, from the beginning to...

James Walton

22nd March 2007 · Hardback

Follows the course of Sheridan Le Fanu's attraction to the void, and his resistance to it, from the beginning to...

D.P. Moran

6th December 2006 · Paperback

Addresses the Catholic professional class educated in secondary schools run by religious orders. This book shows that the Gaelic Revival...

Maria Edgeworth

6th December 2006 · Paperback

First published in 1802, this work talks about the talent and wit of the Irish lower classes. It offers an...

Douglas Jefferson

30th March 2006 · Hardback

Presents a collection of essays from various periods of the author's distinguished career and by fellow academics writing in response...

Cliona O Gallchoir

7th September 2005 · Paperback

This innovative book reassess the place of Maria Edgeworth within the Irish literary canon by illuminating the connections between her...

Cliona O Gallchoir

7th September 2005 · Hardback

This innovative book reassess the place of Maria Edgeworth within the Irish literary canon by illuminating the connections between her...

Justin Quinn

20th June 2005 · Hardback

American Errancy is a wide-ranging study of the connection between ideology and the sublime in the work of twentieth-century poets,...

Laurence M. Geary

23rd March 2005 · Paperback

A guide to contemporary approaches to studying Ireland in the nineteenth century....

Philip O'Leary

2nd August 2004 · Hardback

This volume contains a survey of prose writing - novels, plays, journalism - produced in Ireland between 1922 and 1939....

Standish O'Grady

26th April 2004 · Paperback

Presents the author's last work which he was editing at the time of his death in 1928....