During its existence, A.E. contributed, often anonymously chiefly while he was its editor, to well over 1,000 issues of the Homestead and 400 of the Statesman. Professor Summerfield has made a selection covering the entire period, dividing it into general articles and book reviews, and adding indexes to themes, books reviewed and of footnotes.
Critical Approaches to Anglo-Irish Litera-ture contains a selection of the papers given at the fifth triennial conference of the International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature held in Belfast in 1985, chaired by Professor John Cronin. It includes essays on Brian Friel, Seamus Heaney, James Joyce, Patrick Kavanagh, J. S.
A critical work about one of the leading figures in modern poetry, this book shows how Yeats perfected great songs - "Crazy Jane on the Day of Judgment", "Three Things", "After Long Silence", "Her Triumph" - and great choruses - "Colonus' Praise", "From 'OEdipus at Colonus'" and "From the 'Antigone'".
This is a collection of the papers read at the International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature's 1990 conference, with the theme "Irish Literature as an International Literature", at which Seamus Heaney was the keynote speaker.
Contains the papers given at the 1987 conference held at the Princess Grace Irish Library, Monaco, with contributions assessing Yeats's influence on European authors and how much the European mainland and its authors, artists and sculptors influenced him.
The career of this famous Irish play-wright has spanned nearly fifty years. This first volume contains his plays: The Old Lady Says 'No!', The Scythe and the Sunset, Storm Song, The Dreaming Dust, and Strange Occurrence on Ireland's Eye.