4 edition of Mere Irish and Fior-Ghael found in the catalog.
by Cork University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
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The Hidden Ireland: a reading I have recently been reading Daniel Corkery’s The Hidden Ireland (), his account of Gaelic civilization and poetry in 18th c. Munster. In all my reading of Irish material, I had never got around to this book before, though I am well familiar with some of the poets Corkery deals with – Aodhagán Ó Rathaille. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has soft covers. With usual stamps and markings, In good all round condition. Mere Irish and Fior-Ghael: Studies in the Idea of Irish Nationality, Its Development and Literary Expression Prior to the Nineteenth Century. by Joep Leerssen.
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Since its original publication inMere Irish and Fíor-Ghael has acquired 'cult status' as one of the most extensive and incisive studies on the growth of an Irish national identity.
Spanning five centuries, the sources dealt with are drawn from three linguistic traditions, Irish-Gaelic, Latin and English and chart the slow and painful process of cultural confrontation, antagonism and. "Mere Irish" and "Fior-Ghael" are synonymous English and Irish language terms for the pre-Norman, or Gaelic, inhabitants of Ireland.
Although these standard epithets refer to the same ethnic group they were current in quite different literary and discursive contexts, imply different allegiances, and carry with them incompatible charges of by: Get this from a library.
Mere Irish and fíor-ghael: studies in the idea of Mere Irish and Fior-Ghael book nationality, its development, and literary expression prior to the nineteenth century. [Joseph Th Leerssen] -- "Since its publication inMere Irish and Fior-Ghael has acquired cult status as one of the most extensive and incisive studies on the growth of an Irish national identity.
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Format. The aim of this investigation is to reconsider the cultural confrontation between England and Ireland from a new methodological perspective, and to trace how this confrontation resulted in a particular notion, literary as well as political, of Irish : Pue's Occurrences.
An Irish History Blog. Posts Tagged ‘Mere Irish and Fior Ghael’ Why ignorance of this particular book is so embarassing to English people, I cannot quite grasp. Anyway, we in Pue’s were discussing a similar subject of late and wondering what books in Irish history were read a lot less frequently than they were.
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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: 2nd Ed. His books Mere Irish & Fíor-Ghael (, repr. ) and Remembrance and Imagination () deal with the pre and 19th-century emergence of an Irish national identity; Imagology (co-edited with Manfred Beller, ) is a handbook on the literary articulation of stereotypes of national characters; National Thought in Europe a survey of the.
Leerssen, Joep, Mere Irish and Fíor-Ghael: studies in the idea of Irish nationality, its development and literary expression prior to the nineteenth century, Amsterdam: Benjamins, Book/Monograph.
Mere Irish and Fior-Ghael: Studies in the Idea of Irish Nationality, Its Development and Literary Expression Prior to the Nineteenth Century (Critical Conditions) by Menno Spiering, Joep LEERSSEN ISBN (). Since its publication inMere Irish and Fior-Ghael has acquired cult status as one of the most extensive and incisive studies on the growth of an Irish national identity.
Spanning five centuries, the sources dealt with are drawn from three linguistic traditions, Irish-Gaelic, Latin, and English, and chart the slow and painful process of. The book is further enriched by poets Bernard O’Donoghue, Louis de Paor, Rita Ann Higgins, Michael D.
Higgins and Tom Duddy. This collection is a rare and distinctive gathering of true and resonant voices, offering a unique portrait of late twentieth-century Irish literary and academic culture and its interplay with the United States.
General Overviews. The best modern overview of Anglo-Irish writing of the 16th and 17th centuries, including verse, is Fogartyand the most useful overviews of 18th-century Anglo-Irish verse in English are Schirmer and Carpenter and Carpenter Leerssenthough primarily a cultural study, considers some of the poetry of the age, while Alspach covers the.
The first critical synthesis of the Irish novel from the seventeenth century to the present day, this is a major book for the field, and the first to thematically, theoretically and contextually chart its development.
It is an essential, entertaining and highly original guide to the history of the Irish novel. John Wilson Foster: Fictions of the Irish Literary Revival CLARE O'HALLORAN Joseph Th. Leerssen: Mere Irish & Fior-Ghael Studies in the Idea of Irish Nationality PETER McDONALD Paul Durcan: Going Home to Russia Bernard O'Donoghue: Poaching Rights EDNA LONGLEY Alan Heuser (ed): Selected Literary Criticism of Louis MacNeice.
When Joep Leerssen's Mere Irish and Fior-Ghael was first published init was soon hailed as a pathbreaking work in Irish literary history. Coming from a vibrant European tradition of comparative literature studies, and bearing with it a distinct approach and methodology, the book repre.and Ossian (Nottingham, ), pp.
Joseph T. Leerssen, Mere Irish and Fior-Ghael (Amsterdam and Philadelphia, ), a wide-ranging survey of literary and other texts, contains the first sustained discussion of Ossian and Ireland, but it has a narrow focus as part of a heavily schematized work.
It has also recently been discussed.Publications on Irish literary and cultural history and on Celticism. monographs. Hidden Ireland, public space (Galway, Arlen House / Centre for Irish Studies, 47 pp.); Remembrance and ns in the historical and literary representation of Ireland in the nineteenth century (Cork University Press, xi + pp.); / Mere Irish & Fíor-Ghael.