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Synge and Edwardian Ireland / edited by Brian Cliff and Nicholas Grene
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2012
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 4th Floor  PR5533 .S966 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject Synge, J. M. (John Millington), 1871-1909
Subject(s) Irish literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism
Subject Ireland -- Social life and customs -- 19th century
Ireland -- Civilization -- 19th century
Physical Description xviii, 257 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents The Edwardian condition of Ireland / Terence Brown -- Synge's typewriter: the technological sublime in Edwardian Ireland / Chris Morash -- Stalking years: the celebrity system of revivalist Dublin / Lucy McDiarmid -- Synge and Edwardian theatre / Adrian Frazier -- Preserving the relics of heroic time: visualizing the Celtic revival in early twentieth-century Ireland / Nicola Gordon Bowe -- Synge, music, and Edwardian Dublin / Harry White -- Political animals: Somerville and Ross and Percy French on Edwardian Ireland / Julie Anne Stevens -- Synge and modernity in The Aran Islands / David Fitzpatrick -- Synge, reading, and archipelago / Nicholas Allen -- Travelling home: J.M. Synge and the politics of place / P. J. Mathews -- With his 'mind-guided camera': J. M. Synge, J. J. Clarke, and the visual politics of Edwardian Street photography / Justin Carville -- The price of kelp in Connemara: Synge, Pearse, and the idealization of folk culture / Anne Markey -- Ghostly intertexts: James Joyce and the legacy of Synge / Anne Fogarty
Note This text uses JM Synge's plays, prose, and photography to explore the cultural life of Edwardian Ireland. By emphasizing less familiar contexts, including the rise of a local celebrity culture, the arts and crafts movement, and Irish classical music, it shows how Irish folk culture intersected with the new networks of mass communication
Alternate Author Cliff, Brian
Grene, Nicholas

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