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Dublin in the Age of William Butler Yeats and James Joyce

Dublin in the Age of William Butler Yeats and James Joyce
An evaluation of the cultural and political life of Dublin at an extraordinary time - the emergence of Yeats, Joyce and Synge is set against the fight for independence from England and the ensuing Civil War.
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ISBN/EAN9780806122632
Stock: 1
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Pub. Date: March 31 1990
Author: Kain, Richard M.
Format: Paperback
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Dublin has been the liveliest literary centre of the 20th century, producing William Butler Yeats, James Joyce and the playwright, John Millington Synge in addition to developing a native theatre (the Abbey theatre) known throughout the world. Dublin during the same time was the tragic battleground of the fight for independence from England and of the ensuing Civil War. The book contains background chapters on Irish politics and the cultural renaissance, an evaluation of the achievements of 20th-century Dublin, and critical comment on the writings of Yeats, Joyce and their contemporaries.
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