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Ireland and Ecocriticism: An Introduction
Contemporary Irish history, specifically that of the past twenty years, saw the nature of the relationship between people and land alter dramatically and, in large part, detrimentally. So that while ‘land’ and ‘value’ have ...
Internationalizing 9/11: Hope and Redemption in Nadeem Aslam’s "The Wasted Vigil" (2008) and Colum McCann’s "Let the Great World Spin" (2009)
(Oxford Academic, 2013)
In a recent literary critical survey, Catherine Morley notes a suite of trends in 9/11 fiction: ‘While many of the initial reactions to the events of 11th September were notable for their uniquely subjective emphasis, with ...
"A Land Poisoned": Eugene McCabe and Irish Postcolonial Gothic
(Manchester University Press, 2013)
While many of Eugene McCabe’s works adhere to the recognisable features of literary naturalism, including a fraught exposition of character, realist narrative language and pessimistic tone, it is my intention to spotlight ...