Ireland And Romanticism: Publics, Nations and Scenes of Cultural Production by Jim KellyIreland And Romanticism: Publics, Nations and Scenes of Cultural Production by Jim Kelly

Ireland And Romanticism: Publics, Nations and Scenes of Cultural Production

byJim KellyEditorJ. Kelly

Hardcover | January 28, 2011

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This collection by leading scholars in the field provides a fascinating and ground-breaking introduction to current research in Irish Romantic studies. It proves the international scope and aesthetic appeal of Irish writing in this period, and shows the importance of Ireland to wider currents in Romanticism.
JIM KELLY Lecturer in the School of English & Media at NUI Maynooth, Ireland. He has published on Irish and Scottish Romantic period literature, including in the Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, and teaches in these areas.
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Title:Ireland And Romanticism: Publics, Nations and Scenes of Cultural ProductionFormat:HardcoverDimensions:200 pagesPublished:January 28, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230274579

ISBN - 13:9780230274570

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Table of Contents

Introduction; J.Kelly
Part I: Scenes: The Country and the City
Cín Lae Amhlaoibh: Modernization and the Irish language; P.Ó Drisceoil
Jemmy O’Brien: Informer to Gothic Villain; T.Webb
Part II: Influences from Abroad
Spanish Literature and Irish Romanticism, 1800-1850; A.MacCarthy
Robert Burns and Hibernia; S.Dornan
Part III: The Irish Writer Abroad
‘Transatlantic Tom’: Thomas Moore in North America; J.Moore
A United Irishman in the Alps: William MacNevin’s A Ramble Through Swisserland (1803); P.Vincent
Lady Morgan (Sydney Owenson) and the Politics of Romanticism; S.Egenolf
Part IV: Irish Poetry in the Romantic Period
Drawing Breath: The Origin of Moore’s Irish Melodies; A.Paterson
Malvina’s Daughters: Irish Women Poets and the Sign of the Bard; L.Davis
Part V: Fictions of the Romantic Period
The Irish Booktrade in the Romantic Period; C.Benson
‘Gothic’ and ‘National’? Challenging the Formal Distinctions of Irish Romantic Fiction; C.Morin
Escaping from Barrett’s Moon: Recreating the Irish Literary Landscape in the Romantic Period; J.Shanahan
Afterword: Placing ‘Irish’ and ‘Romanticism’ in the Same Frame: Prospects; S.Behrendt
Index