Mere Irish & Fíor-Ghael

Studies in the idea of Irish nationality, its literary expression and development

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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 nationality.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix
Abbreviations
xi
Spelling, typography, nomenclature
xiii
Introduction: aims and methods
1–12
1. The idea of nationality: terminology and historical background
13–32
2. Ierland in English representations
33–84
3. The fictional Irishman in English literature
85–168
4. Gaelic poetry and the idea of Irish nationality
169–289
5. The public assertion of Irish civility
291–324
6. Gael and Anglo-Irish: the development of an Irish national identity in the eighteenth century
325–444
Conclusion
445–455
Footnotes
457–489
Bibliography
491–520
Index
521–535
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Literature & Literary Studies

English literature & literary studies
BIC Subject: DSB – Literary studies: general
BISAC Subject: LIT000000 – LITERARY CRITICISM / General
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