Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
244
Utgivningsdatum
2009-01-08
Förlag
Palgrave Macmillan
Medarbetare
Culleton, Claire A.
Illustratör/Fotograf
244 p XIII
Illustrationer
XIII, 244 p.
Dimensioner
211 x 142 x 18 mm
Vikt
377 g
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1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISBN
9780230612235
Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive (inbunden)

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This book scrutinizes the way modern Irish writers exploited or surrendered to primitivism, and how primitivism functions as an idealized nostalgia for the past as a potential representation of difference and connection.
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" Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive is a very timely intervention in the new Irish studies.The topic of primitivism is everywhere in Irish and post-colonial studies, but only sporadically has it been given sustained attention; the strength of this collection is that it returns our attention to this fundamental topic at what is perhaps a key moment in the development of the new Irish studies. It is, overall, a wonderful and exciting collection." - Enda Duffy, Professor and Graduate Advisor, Department of English, University of California, Santa Barbara

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CLAIRE A. CULLETON is Professor of Modern British and Irish Literature, Kent State University, USA. MARIA MCGARRITY is Associate Professor of English, Long Island University, USA.

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PART I: AMBIVALENT PRIMITIVES: RESPONDING TO THE CELTIC REVIVAL Queering the Revivalists's Pitch: Joycean Engagements with Primitivisim; J.McCourt Robots and Rebels: Technological and Organic Discourse in Pearse's Political Essays; B.A.Suess 'Magnificent Words and Gestures': Defining the Primitive in Synge's The aran Islands: E.Gilmatrin PART II: PRIMITIVISM, ETHNOGRAPHY, AND CULTURAL TRANSLATION The Ethnographic Roots of Joyce's Modernism: Exhibiting Ireland's Primitives in the National Museum and the 'Nestor' Episode; K.St.Peters Lancia Visible Others: Photography and Romantic Ethnography in Ireland; J.Carville 'The Loveliness Which has Not Yet Come Into the World': Translation as a Revisitation of Joyce's (Irish) Modernism; M.T. Caneda-Cabrera Primitive Emancipation: Religion, Sexuality, and Freedom in Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Ulysses: M.McGarrity PART III: GENDER, PRIMITIVISM AND THE BODY 'Reluctant Indians': Irish Identity and Racial Masquerade; G.Winston Female Militancy and Irish Primitivism: Dorothy Macardle's Earth-Bound; L.Weihman Domestic Gothic, The Global Primitive, and Gender Relations in Elizabeth Bowen's The Last September and The House in Paris; P.Lassner & P.Derdiger The Gaelic Athletic Association, Joyce, and the Primitive Body; C.A.Culleton