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Books shelved as northern-ireland: Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland by Patrick Radden Keefe, Milkman by Anna Burns, Mak. Aiming this drama first and foremost at ‘my own people of Northern Ireland’, Parker intends the audience to understand his series as a modern reworking of 'Deirdre of the Sorrows’  and embrace the idea that Ulster’s (pre-Christian) past reveals a shared heritage, more complicated than contemporary political ideologies allow. 'Focusing on poetry from Britain, Ireland and the USA, Crisis and Contemporary Poetry dissects and discusses a number of controversial issues within poetry It does this in a totally refreshing and inviting manner, which, by the book's end, enables one to feel both entriched and enlightened.' - David Marx Book . Giving voice to the Troubles: How literature has told the North’s story If there is a lesson in the literature of the Troubles, it is that its legacy is inescapable Sat, Oct 6, ,
Eugene McCabe's DEATH AND NIGHTINGALES absolutely picked me up and dropped me - the book was that powerful and moving. For a novel set in in rural Ireland to transport me as a reader so quickly and thoroughly shows me the hand of a master at work. This is an author that I am pleased to have discovered - and one whose work I will actively s: The purpose of this book is to locate this sense of crisis within Irish contexts, fill a current gap in academic discourse surrounding literary, theatrical, and cinematic depictions of Irish masculinity, and discuss how fictional representations of masculinity and maleness in contemporary Ireland have addressed, explored, and discussed images of men in states of anxiety, crisis, and : Catherine Rees. The Troubles: Books about Ireland, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom Aisling Twomey Jun 7, I was born and raised in the Republic of Ireland- . The Top Recommended Books Featuring Northern Ireland Courtesy of Publishers They say that beauty is born of struggle, and Northern Ireland is among the most complicated regions in modern history, producing a rich artistic tradition of poetry and fiction – recognised around the world.
Conducting an analysis of some of the most candid interview materials ever gathered from former Irish Republican Army (IRA) members and loyalists in Northern Ireland, this book demonstrates through a psychoanalysis of slips of the tongue, jokes, rationalisations and contradictions that it is the unconscious dynamics of the conflict — that is, the pleasure to be found in suffering, failure. “Children, Young People and the Press in a Transitioning Society is exemplary critical criminology: an original interdisciplinary study of young people and the print media in Northern Ireland under transition. This multifaceted empirical investigation shows how the press has targeted and demonised ‘deviant’ youth, and to what effect. Peter Taylor, a journalist and documentary filmmaker, has covered the Irish conflict for 30 years. In his trilogy about the Troubles, he explores events from the points of view of the republicans. What are the means available to poetry to address crisis and how can both poets and critics meet the conflicts and challenges they face? This collection of essays addresses poetic and critical responses to the various crises encountered by contemporary writers and our society, from the Holocaust to the ecological crisis.