Margaret Kelleher’s first monograph on The Feminization of Famine and her co-edited volume on Gender Perspectives in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, both published in 1997, had gender questions at the very heart of her research. Her seminal work interrogated questions of tradition and canonicity in such…
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"This study provides a concise, up to date critical account of Elizabeth Bowen’s work, setting it in the turbulent historical, political and social contexts in which she lived and wrote". 2/4
2021 is spoiling us with new Bowen publications. Below are details of the latest book, Elizabeth Bowen, by Heather Ingman @hingflower. This publication is part of the Key Irish Women Writers series. 1/4
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Katharine Tynan (23 Jan 1861 #Clondalkin, Co #Dublin-2 April 1931 London). Novelist >100/poet! Major Dublin influence then moved to Eng. At Claremorris, Mayo 1914-19. Friend of WB Yeats; might have proposed to her c 1885! Correspondent of Francis Ledwidge. https://mypoeticside.com/poets/katharine-tynan-poems