Mere Irish & Fíor-Ghael

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

ISBN 9789027221988 | EUR 149.00 | USD 224.00
ISBN 9789027279156 | EUR 149.00 | USD 224.00
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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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