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'Blitzophrenia': Brendan Kennelly's post-colonial vision.
(Irish University Review, 2003)
The Philistines as scapegoats: narratives and myths in the invention of ancient Israel and modern critical theory
(Edinburgh University Press, 2004)
The Philistines have, for centuries, suffered under the weight of their relentlessly negative portrayal in the book of the Old Testament.From Goliath to Delilah, they have personified the intrinsically evil other in the ...
'Tore down a la Rimbaud': Brendan Kennelly and the French connection
(Peter Lang, 2007)
A lot done, more to do – Barthes, Bertie and the facteur poujade
(Peter Lang, 2004)
'Is Medea's crime Medea's glory?' Euripides in Dublin.
(Methuen Publishing Ltd, 2002)
Towards a farewell: A brief life
(Four Courts Press, 2006)
Review of 'Brendan Kennelly: Behind the smile'
(Irish Province of the Society of Jesus, 2015)
Imagi-nation in Brendan Kennelly's "Cromwell"
(Irish Province of the Society of Jesus, 2002)
Review of 'Engaging modernity: Readings of Irish politics, culture and literature at the turn of the century'
(Irish Province of the Society of Jesus, 2004)
'When it’s there I am, it’s here I want to be': the construction of Connemara
(Carysfort Press, 2006)