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Writing in the Irish Republic
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Writing in the Irish Republic

Literature, Culture, Politics, 1949-99
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ISBN-13:
9780333736579
Einband:
Buch
Seiten:
304
Autor:
R. Ryan
Format:
225x149x24 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This collection analyzes the ways in which the state has adapted to, and to some extent, reinforced partition in Ireland. It offers an intervention in Irish studies, and an overview of a concept, the state, which affects Irish intellectual life at many levels.
Introduction: State and Nation: The Republic and Ireland, 1949-1999; R.Ryan PART I: LITERATURE Irish Women's Poetry and the Republic of Ireland: Formalism as Form; C.Clutterbuck Acts of Memory: Poetry and the Republic of Ireland since 1949; J.Allison 'Something's Missing': Theatre and the Republic of Ireland Act; C.Morash The Republic and Ireland: Pluralism, Politics, and Narrative Form; R.Ryan PART II: CULTURE Modernization and Aesthetic Ideology in Contemporary Irish Culture; J.Cleary Irish Film: Screening the Republic; R.Haslam Legal Texts as Cultural Documents: Interpreting the Irish Constitution; P.Hannafin From Gombeen to Gubeen: Tourism, Identity and Class in Ireland, 1949-1999; M.Cronin & B.O'Connor PART III: POLITICS A Quiet Revolution: The Remaking of Irish Political Culture; T.Garvin 'Miserable Failure of a State': Unionist Intellectuals and the Irish Republic; C.Coulter The Profession of History: The Public and the Past; A.Canavan The Media and the State: Television and the Press 1949-99; J.Horgan PART IV: AFTERWORD From 'Frugal Comfort' to Ten Thousand a Year: Trade and Growth in the Irish Economy; C.O.Gráda Index
This collection, the first sustained attempt to account for the Republic of Ireland as a cultural entity, analyses the ways in which the state has adapted to, and to some extent, reinforced partition in Ireland. Shifting attention from the traditionally defined canon of Irish culture, and addressing the political and cultural narratives that underlie partition, it offers an original intervention in Irish studies, and a timely overview of a concept, the state, which profoundly affects Irish intellectual life at many levels.

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