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by Paul Hyland,Neil Sammells

eBook Irish Writing: Exile and Subversion (Insights) download ISBN: 0333525418
Author: Paul Hyland,Neil Sammells
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1991 edition (November 25, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Category: Literature
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Exile and Subversion. Authors: Hyland, Paul. The essays explore the recurrent motif of exile and the subversive potential of Irish writing in political, cultural and literary terms.

Exile and Subversion. eBook 53,54 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Case-studies of major writers such as Swift, Joyce, and Heaney are set alongside discussions of relatively unexplored writing such as radical pamphleteering in the age of the French Revolution and the contribution of women writers to Nationalistic journalism. Show all. Table of contents (16 chapters).

Neil Sammells is Dean of Humanities and Reader in English at Bath College of Higher Education. See if your friends have read any of Neil Sammells's books.

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Acknowledgements and Note on References Notes on the Contributors Introduction Neil Sammells 1 The Subversive Philosophy of John Toland

p. em. Includes index. Acknowledgements and Note on References Notes on the Contributors Introduction Neil Sammells 1 The Subversive Philosophy of John Toland. Stephen H. Daniel 2 Naming Names: Steele and Swift. Paul Hyland 3 The English Swift I the Irish Swift. Robert Phiddian 4 'They sate in counterview': Anglo-Irish Verse in. the Eighteenth Century Bryan Coleborne. 5 Irish Exiles, Revolution and Writing in England in the 1790s Alan Booth. 6 William Carleton: the Lough Derg Exile Margaret O'Brien. 7 Making History: John Mitchel and the Great Famine Graham Davis.

Neil Sammells is Deputy Vice Chancellor (Provost) and Professor of English and Irish Literature, with .

Personal Name: Hyland, Paul, 1953 . English literature Irish authors History and criticism Exile (Punishment) in literature Social norms in literature Dissenters in literature Politics in literature Exiles in literature.

Personal Name: Hyland, Paul, 1953-. Personal Name: Sammells, Neil. Rubrics: English literature Irish authors History and criticism Exile (Punishment) in literature Social norms in literature Dissenters in literature Politics in literature Exiles in literature. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

This is a collection of original essays by international scholars which focuses on Irish writing in English from the eighteenth century to the present. The essays explore the recurrent motif of exile and the subversive potential of Irish writing in political, cultural and literary terms. Case-studies of major writers such as Swift, Joyce, and Heaney are set alongside discussions of relatively unexplored writing such as radical pamphleteering in the age of the French Revolution and the contribution of women writers to Nationalistic journalism.