Edward Everett Root

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Revolutionary Ireland, 1916-2016: Historical Facts & Social Transformations Re-Assessed

del R�o Constanza
This volume offers entirely new work which highlights the historical moments at which it would be possible to talk about a political or social revolution in Ireland, while also considering that in the years when Ireland became "the Celtic Tiger", certain social involutions took place

Bohemian Belfast and Dublin : Two artistic and literary worlds, in the work of Gerard Keenan

Gallacher, James
This book is intended for scholars of both Irish literature and history, as well as those engaged in the study of peace building and conflict studies, given Keenan's representation of Belfast as a city possessed of more than sectarian antagonism. The joint presentation of original literary fiction alongside a weighty academic introduction will appeal to those involved directly in the academic study of Irish culture, and those with a more general interest in the literature and history of 20th-Century Ireland.

Irish Women Writers at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: Alternative Histories, New Narratives

Laing, Kathryn
This major new work on significant but neglected or marginalised late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century Irish women writers could not be more timely. This collection presents international research on the work of Irish women writers at the turn of the twentieth century. Discovering new voices and introducing original perspectives on the lives, works and networks of more familiar literary figures, these essays make a key contribution to contemporary feminist recovery projects and remapping the landscape of Irish literature of this period.

James Joyce's Portrait ?: A New Reading

Pierce, David
This concise new work shows that James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man is as fresh today as it was when first published over a century ago. And why.