Post Celtic Tiger Landscapes In Irish Fiction

Author: Marie Mianowski
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315387883
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In the light of writings by geographers, anthropologists and philosophers such as Doreen Massey, Tim Ingold, Giorgio Agamben and Jeff Malpas, this book looks at the metamorphoses of place and landscape representations in fiction by ...

Irish Contemporary Landscapes In Literature And The Arts

Author: M. Mianowski
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230360297
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Looking at representations of the Irish landscape in contemporary literature and the arts, this volume discusses the economic, political and environmental issues associated with it, questioning the myths behind Ireland's landscape, from the ...

Down These Green Streets

Author: Declan Burke
Publisher: Liberties Press
ISBN: 1909718041
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This book suggests crime fiction is now the most relevant and valid form of writing which can deal with modern Ireland in terms of the post-'Troubles' landscape and post-Celtic Tiger economic boom.

From Prosperity To Austerity

Author: Eamon Maher
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0719091675
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This collection examines the Celtic Tiger, the Irish economic phenomenon and the subsequent financial disaster, from a socio-cultural perspective.

Urban And Rural Landscapes In Modern Ireland

Author: Irene Gilsenan Nordin
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9783034302791
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This book analyses the relationship between the rural and the urban and explores the way it is reflected in Irish literature, culture and language from the turn of the twentieth century to the present day.

A History Of The Irish Novel

Author: Derek Hand
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139500635
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In early 2010, novelist Julian Gough, author ofJude: Level 1(2007), attacked his
fellow Irish writers1 for their inability or unwillingness to confront the immediate
moment of Celtic and post-Celtic Tiger Ireland, making the charge they were
content to wallow in the past of a ... Language, landscape and the individual have
all been represented in different ways at different times, with the novel's
association 290 Conclusion: The future of the Irish novel in the global literary

London Irish Fictions

Author: Tony Murray
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1781387079
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This is the first book about the literature of the Irish in London.

Echoes Down The Corridor

Author: Patrick Lonergan
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781904505259
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International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature. Conference
Patrick Lonergan, Riana O'Dwyer. 14 | Nation and Myth in the Age of the Celtic
Tiger: Muide Eire? Lisa Fitzpatrick In Declan Hughes's 2003 play Shiver, two of
the characters develop an ... State, an idealized, pseudo-American zone of post-
industrial, post-modern capitalism that is, as the slogan states, 'neither here nor
there'. The re-imagining of Ireland and Irish identity in recent years, linked to both
the ...

The Ogham Stone

Author: Gerald Dawe
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3 The ethos of revisionist self-analysis and post-national liberalisation that
Robinson helped to foster has been seen as intrinsic to the way in which these
novelists have responded to the ... Characteristically, their fiction implicitly or
overtly links the damaged social and political landscape of the Irish present — a '
Celtic Tiger' culture split between smug financial self-interest and grievous social
breakdown — to misdirections in the past, and the cataclysmic dysfunctionalism
of family, ...

Genre And Cinema

Author: Brian McIlroy
Publisher: CRC Press
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... risk faced by gay and lesbian youth, which suggests that the level of
acceptance promoted in the film is not taking place outside the cinema.11 In the
end, while the film's cityscape presents a very distinct moment in today's Ireland,
the presentation of sexuality does for Irish cinema what the Spire on O'Connell
Street does for Irish architecture: it wishes into existence a pluralist moral
landscape that a newly multicultural, post-Celtic Tiger Ireland is only starting to
experience. NOTES 1.