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Look! It's a Woman Writer!: Irish Literary Feminisms, 1970-2020

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ISBN: 9781851322510
AuthorDhuibhne, Eilis Ni
Pub Date21/04/2021
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
Dewey820.99415
Publisher: Arlen House
Quick overview Mapping the changes that have occurred in Irish literature over the past fifty years, this volume includes twenty-one writers, poets, and playwrights from the North and South of Ireland, who tell their own stories. They are funny, tragic, angry, philosophical, but all are vivid accounts of their experiences as women writing.
€34.88

Mapping the changes that have occurred in Irish literature over the past fifty years, this volume includes twenty-one writers, poets, and playwrights from the North and South of Ireland, who tell their own stories. They are funny, tragic, angry, philosophical, but all are vivid personal accounts of their experiences as women writing during a pivotal period in the history of Ireland. With a foreword by Martina Devlin, and an introduction by Eilis Ni Dhuibhne, the anthology includes essays by Cherry Smyth, Mary Morrissy, Lia Mills, Moya Cannon, Aine Ni Ghlinn, Catherine Dunne, Eilis Ni Dhuibhne, Mary O'Donnell, Mary O'Malley, Ruth Carr, Evelyn Conlon, Anne Devlin, Ivy Bannister, Sophia Hillan, Medbh McGuckian, Mary Dorcey, Celia de Freine, Mairide Woods, Liz McManus, Mary Rose Callaghan, and Phyl Herbert.

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Mapping the changes that have occurred in Irish literature over the past fifty years, this volume includes twenty-one writers, poets, and playwrights from the North and South of Ireland, who tell their own stories. They are funny, tragic, angry, philosophical, but all are vivid personal accounts of their experiences as women writing during a pivotal period in the history of Ireland. With a foreword by Martina Devlin, and an introduction by Eilis Ni Dhuibhne, the anthology includes essays by Cherry Smyth, Mary Morrissy, Lia Mills, Moya Cannon, Aine Ni Ghlinn, Catherine Dunne, Eilis Ni Dhuibhne, Mary O'Donnell, Mary O'Malley, Ruth Carr, Evelyn Conlon, Anne Devlin, Ivy Bannister, Sophia Hillan, Medbh McGuckian, Mary Dorcey, Celia de Freine, Mairide Woods, Liz McManus, Mary Rose Callaghan, and Phyl Herbert.

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