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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Rudiger Imhof
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    0863278604
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    978-0863278600
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    Interlink Publishing Group (September 1, 2004)
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    308 pages
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The Modern Irish Novel book. Many contemporary Irish writers are discussed in detail in this book, including Samuel Beckett, Edna O'Brien, and John McGahern.

The Modern Irish Novel book. Writers such as, Roddy Doyle, and Patrick McCabe are also placed under Imhof's microscope.

Xi, 308 pages ; 22 cm. "How do you introduce yourself to twelve major post-war Irish writers?". By joining Rudiger Imhof as he explores their lives and works in The Modern Irish Novel. Many contemporary Irish writers are discussed in detail, including Samuel Beckett, Brian Moore, Edna O'Brien, John Banville and John McGahern. Writers such as Dermot Bolger, Roddy Doyle and Patrick McCabe, who have yet to attract as much critical attention as their predecessors, are also placed under Imhof's microscope.

The Irish Times said of it: "All 1990s life is there – drink, drugs, political corruption – all the words which have been repeated so. .Imhof, Rüdiger: "Dermot Bolger". In: The Modern Irish Novel: Irish Novelists after 1945. Dublin : Wolfhound Press, 2002.

The Irish Times said of it: "All 1990s life is there – drink, drugs, political corruption – all the words which have been repeated so often now that they have lost their power to shock. The Family on Paradise Pier (2005). Murphy, Paula: "Scattering us like seed: Dermot Bolger's postnationalist Ireland".

Albert Jungmann, Rüdiger Imhof. The modern Irish novel : Irish novelists after 1945.

By joining Rudiger Imhof as he explores their lives and works in The Modern Irish Novel.

The Modern Irish Novel Irish Novelists After 1945 by Rudiger

The Modern Irish Novel Irish Novelists After 1945 by Rudiger. Pinter A Bibliography ('Theatrefacts' supplement) by Rudiger Imhof Paperback, 36 Pages, Published 1975 by Tq Publications The Commission For A British Theatre Institute ISBN-13: 978-04844-0, ISBN: 04844-00-5.

How do you introduce yourself to twelve major post-war Irish writers?By joining Rudiger Imhof as he explores their lives and works in The Modern Irish Novel.

Rüdiger Imhof, The Modern Irish Novel: Irish Novelists After 1945 . James Connolly, Collected Works, Volume Two (Dublin: New Books, 1987), p. 1. oogle Scholar.

Rüdiger Imhof, The Modern Irish Novel: Irish Novelists After 1945 (Dublin: Wolfhound Press, 2002), p. 26. Jennifer M. Jeffers, The Irish Novel at the End of the Twentieth Century: Gender, Bodies, and Power (New York: Palgrave, 2002), p. 13. 29. Dermot McCarthy, Roddy Doyle: Raining on the Parade (Dublin: The Liffey Press, 2003), p. 19.

All subsequent Irish writers are, to some extent, living in the shadows of.Within the novel itself, Joyce develops a view of the vocation of literature. I chose Modern Ireland because it is clearly a classic text in the history of Irish historiography. It covers the whole trajectory from 1600 to 1972.

All subsequent Irish writers are, to some extent, living in the shadows of Yeats and Joyce. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man is really a book about cultural, social and political upheaval generated in the aftermath of the 1890s, specifically following the fall of Parnell. The job of literature, as he sees it, is partly to provide liberation from history. It’s been a large presence-if not to say a dominating presence-on the Irish historiographical landscape.

Many contemporary Irish writers are discussed in detail in this book, including Samuel Beckett, Edna O'Brien, and John McGahern. Writers such as, Roddy Doyle, and Patrick McCabe are also placed under Imhof's microscope.