Sex, Nation and Dissent covers an area neglected in Irish Studies and makes an important contribution to academic and political debates within literary studies, history, anthropology, cultural studies and critical theory. Edited by Éibhear Walshe, Department of English, University College, Cork. Amazon.com: Sex, Nation, and Dissent in Irish Writing (9780312174477): Eibhear Walshe: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign .
In his essay ‘Inventing Micheàl MacLiammóir’ in Sex, Nation and Dissent in Irish Writing, Éiibhear Walshe makes clear that MacLiammóir and Hilton Edwards, who directed him in the show, were very careful and attentive indeed. MacLiammóir stood back from Wilde: he was the narrator of Wilde’s story – he did not impersonate him, except maybe by implication. Sex, Nation, and Dissent in Irish Writing (review) David Alderson locates Oscar Wilde’s homosexuality as an element that, combined with Catholicism, Celticity, and dandyism, offered an alternative identity from and in opposition to the English culture Author: Susan Shaw Sailer.
Sex, nation, and dissent in Irish writing. [Eibhear Walshe;] -- The work of Irish lesbian and gay writers has received little sustained attention from critics and cultural theorists. This pioneering collection of essays sets out to examine the relationship. Sex, nation, and dissent in Irish writing. [Eibhear Walshe;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you.
1997, Sex, nation and dissent in Irish writing / edited by Eibhear Walshe Cork University Press Cork Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further . Feb 22, 1973 · In Sex, Nation and Dissent in Irish Writing, edited by Éibhear Walshe, pp. 103-34. Cork, Ireland: Cork University Press, 1997. I am a great fan of the short stories of Elizabeth Bowen; her.
James Connolly’s legacy is often wrongly shrunk down to that of a martyr for Irish freedom. A new collection of his writing aims to correct this record and reclaim . Jun 26, 2015 · Justice Scalia gives scathing dissent to same-sex decision. The Reagan-appointed jurist’s staunch social conservatism and sardonic wit melded into a fiery ball of rage against the five justices, led by Anthony Kennedy, who decreed gay marriage a constitutional right for all Americans. Scalia argued that the “substance”.