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An Aran Keening

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An Aran Keening by Andrew McNeillie Book Summary:

The author's memoir of the year he spent living on one of the Aran Islands in 1968 celebrates the simplicity of island life and the dramatic physical landscape he experienced while living on these isolated islands off the coast of Ireland.

Slower

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Slower by Andrew McNeillie Book Summary:

These evocations of wilderness and the natural world draw on the author's experience living for a year on Inishmore, one of the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland. In the tradition of William Butler Yeats, the poems look to Celtic traditions, are sometimes formal in structure, rely on straightfoward and striking language, and change in mood from joy to rage to elegy.

Once

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Once by Andrew McNeillie Book Summary:

Conducting a journey from boyhood to manhood, this is the revealing autobiography of poet Andrew McNeillie. From an airplane crossing north Wales, the middle-aged writer looks down on the countryside of his childhood in this fascinating memoir, recalling an almost fabulous world now lost to him. From an ordinary daily life and education in Llandudno, this account follows the subject through some of the wilder parts of Snowdonia, depicting McNeillie’s experiences in nature during a period of increasing urbanization. Continually crossing the border between town and country, this recollection communicates an almost Lawrentian aspect to the author’s intense relationship with the natural world as well as the place of man within it. Acute and powerful, this exploration also delves into McNeillie’s relationship with his father, his discovery of literature and the development of his own poetic sensibility, and his growing awareness of the opposite sex. Triangulated between three locations, this engaging story visits the poet’s birthplace, a Snowdonian lake, and the subject’s home in his teenage years. A beautifully written eulogy for a retreating countryside now valued more for its leisure potential than as a source of human fulfillment, this narrative is shaped by the natural world and by nature poetry, clearly illustrating the evocative experience of memory and writing.

Newsletter

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English Association Newsletter

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Colorado review

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Now, Then

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Now, Then by Andrew McNeillie Book Summary:

Illusions and delusions, joys and jokes, mysteries of memory and temporal paradox figure in Andrew McNeillie's collection. Here are sequences of bird poems, and tree poems, lines from an autobiography, lines from America, and poems about old age, in elegiac, ironic, and even vitriolic mode.

The Virginia Quarterly Review

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Books Ireland

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Thumbscrew

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Illustrated Dictionary of Irish History

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Illustrated Dictionary of Irish History by Guy De la Bédoyère Book Summary:

The Irish people have a great sense of national identity drawn from a history that mixes oppression and emancipation. This reference offers a complete A-to-Z journey through a turbulent past which has shaped the country. It provides a comprehensive background to, and a deeper understanding of, a great many characters and events. From the mythology of Fionn mac Cumhail and the Giant's Causeway to the legendary modern political figures of de Valera and Collins - from the barren limestone cliffs of the Aran Islands to the vibrant city life of Dublin - every aspect of Irish history is covered in these extensively cross-referenced A to Z entries.

Bookforum

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Branch-lines

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Branch-lines by Edward Thomas Book Summary:

When Edward Thomas died in the First World War, very few of his poems had been published, but he is now recognised as one of the finest and most influential poets of the last century. Although often referred to as 'a poet's poet', his writing has an almost universal appeal. He wrote accessibly, on traditional themes - the natural world, human relationships, transience and mortality. And yet his poetry is alive with the critical intelligence that came from years of writing non-fiction and reviewing verse. Branch-Lines captures the range of Thomas's achievement, not least by combining poetry with prose. In this unique collection, fifty-five contemporary poets reflect on Thomas's craftsmanship and enduring power. Some have chosen poems of their own in which they detect his influence, others have written new poems in his honour. Each poet has also contributed a piece of prose, and the volume contains an introduction, four critical essays, illustrations, a Foreword by Andrew Motion and an Afterword by Michael Longley. Branch-Lines offers a fascinating perspective on the workings of literary influence, with personal insights from some of the leading poet-critics of our time. 'The collection has a double value. It is a celebration of Thomas, and dignified tribute to his achievement; at the same time it bears witness to his powers of regeneration' - Andrew Motion. CONTRIBUTORS INCLUDE: Dannie Abse * Gillian Clarke * David Constantine * Robert Crawford * Kevin Crossley-Holland * Peter Dale * Jane Draycott * U.A. Fanthorpe * John Fuller * Jane Griffiths * David Harsent * Seamus Heaney * Geoffrey Hill * Jeremy Hooker * P.J. Kavanagh * Grevel Lindop * Edna Longley * Michael Longley * Glyn Maxwell * Jamie McKendrick * Andrew Motion * Paul Muldoon * Bernard O'Donoghue * Tom Paulin * Peter Porter * Jem Poster * Vernon Scannell * Peter Scupham * Owen Sheers * Penelope Shuttle * Jon Stallworthy * Anne Stevenson * Charles Tomlinson * Clive Wilmer

Library Journal

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Poetry 1900-2000

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Poetry 1900-2000 by Meic Stephens Book Summary:

Creating a vibrant expression of the industrial, pastoral, rural, urban, religious, political and linguistic experience of Wales in the 20th-century world, these poems are as varied as Wales itself and range from the well-known to the startling, the lyrical to the experimental, the celebration of tradition to that of protest. Each poet’s biography situates the writer in a social and literary context, and ultimately the collection presents an unparalleled panorama of the development of Welsh poetry in English in the 20th century. Featured authors include, Glenda Beagan, Brenda Chamberlain, W. H. Davies, Peter Finch, Catherine Fisher, Kathryn Gray, A. G. Prys-Jones, Oliver Reynolds, Owen Sheers, Dylan Thomas, Gwyn Williams, and many others.

Auto/biography Studies

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John Fuller & the Sycamore Press

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John Fuller & the Sycamore Press by Ryan Roberts Book Summary:

Established in 1968, John Fuller's Sycamore Press was an important independently run press that published some of the most influential and critically acclaimed writers of the past half-century. In addition to publishing established authors, such as W. H. Auden, Philip Larkin, and Peter Porter, the press sought to promote young poets, many of whom have gone on to achieve great success. The Sycamore Press ceased operations in 1992, but it remains an excellent example of the unique qualities associated with the small press movement in England.John Fuller & the Sycamore Press: A Bibliographic History explores the press's rich history on several levels. In addition to a full descriptive bibliography of all Sycamore Press publications, the book also includes a foreword by John Fuller and transcript of an interview conducted with John Fuller on 31 March 2007. Supplementing the descriptive bibliography are numerous personal reflections written by Sycamore Press authors about John Fuller, the press, and the works it produced.

Writer's Guide to Book Editors, Publishers, and Literary Agents, 2003-2004

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Writer's Guide to Book Editors, Publishers, and Literary Agents, 2003-2004 by Jeff Herman Book Summary:

A comprehensive directory for aspiring writers lists names, addresses, phone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses, and Web sites for hundreds of North American publishing figures and companies, along with helpful advice on the writing and publishing process. Original. 10,000 first printing.

Current Contents

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Current Contents by Institute for Scientific Information (Philadelphia) Book Summary:

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Forthcoming Books

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Forthcoming Books by Rose Arny Book Summary:

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John Millington Synge's Work as a Contribution to Irish Folk-lore and to the Psychology of Primitive Tribes

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John Millington Synge's Work as a Contribution to Irish Folk-lore and to the Psychology of Primitive Tribes by Herbert Frenzel Book Summary:

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The British National Bibliography

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The British National Bibliography by Arthur James Wells Book Summary:

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Man of Aran

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Man of Aran by Pat Mullen Book Summary:

The Aran Islands lie off Western Ireland. All three are small—wastes of rock—without trees—without soil. In winter storms they are almost smothered by the sea, which, because of the peculiar shelving of the coast, piles up into one of the most gigantic seas ever witnessed by man. This unique book is at once vivid autobiography and the dramatic story behind Robert Flaherty's magnificent film "Man of Aran," produced in 1934. It is an epic saga of the heroic struggle of the Aran Islanders in an elemental environment. Pat Mullen was one of the actors in the film; but his part was more than that of acting. He was the intermediary between the producer and the islanders, who made the film possib≤ and much of its spirit is derived from Mullen's own character. There are the experiences and the philosophy of the islanders themselves, and finally the impact of the dynamic Robert Flaherty upon their isolation in the Atlantic seas. It is an epic story sparkling with true Celtic humor. "You say we are primitive. We are. Just primitive men and women left behind by what you call progress. But we are happy.It is not the happiness of ignorance, for we are our own masters. Our work on this film is the first we have done for any man. The only master we have ever known is the sea." —"Tiger" King, Robert Flaherty's "man of Aran"

Celtica

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Moving Worlds

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Novai͡a︡ literatura po sot͡s︡ialʹnym i gumanitarnym naukam

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Ireland

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Ireland by Raymond Gillespie,Brian P. Kennedy Book Summary:

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American Book Publishing Record

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The Aran Islands

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The Aran Islands by J. M. Synge Book Summary:

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PN Review

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Modernism and the Celtic Revival

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Modernism and the Celtic Revival by Gregory Castle Book Summary:

In Modernism and the Celtic Revival, Gregory Castle examines the impact of anthropology on the work of Irish Revivalists such as W. B. Yeats, John M. Synge and James Joyce. Castle argues that anthropology enabled Irish Revivalists to confront and combat British imperialism, even as these Irish writers remained ambivalently dependent on the cultural and political discourses they sought to undermine. Castle shows how Irish Modernists employed textual and rhetorical strategies first developed in anthropology to translate, reassemble and edit oral and folk-cultural material. In doing so, he claims, they confronted and undermined inherited notions of identity which Ireland, often a site of ethnographic curiosity throughout the nineteenth-century, had been subject to. Drawing on a wide range of post-colonial theory, this book should be of interest to scholars in Irish studies, post-colonial studies and Modernism.

Theatre and the Visual Arts

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Theatre and the Visual Arts by Giuliana Sanguinetti Katz,Vera Golini,Domenico Pietropaolo Book Summary:

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Indomitable Irishery Paul Vincent Carroll

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Indomitable Irishery Paul Vincent Carroll by Marion Sitzmann Book Summary:

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Women Artists News

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The GPA Irish Arts Review Yearbook

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Language and Society in Anglo-Irish Literature

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Language and Society in Anglo-Irish Literature by Astley Cooper Partridge Book Summary:

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A J.M. Synge Literary Companion

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A J.M. Synge Literary Companion by Edward A. Kopper Book Summary:

In this 'literary companion, ' Kopper includes excellent chapters devoted to (1) brief biography and chronology, (2) Synge's prose, (3) each of his six plays, (4) poems, (5) use of Christian and pagan motifs, (6) use of Irish mythology, (7) literary influences on Synge, (8) Synge's relationship to the Irish Literary Renaissance, (9) Synge's language of women, (10) his use of language generally, and (11) an assessment of Synge's achievement. In addition, Kopper includes a superb select bibliography; a detailed list (with annotation) of characters, locales, and motifs; and stage histories of Synge's plays. . . . Strongly recommended all libraries--academic and public--maintaining 20th-century Anglo-Irish literature collections or general drama/theater collections. Choice This companion to Synge's work covers the important issues in Synge criticism from about 1900 to the present day. Each essay includes a bibliography, and a general bibliography follows. Also included are a brief chronology; a glossary of characters, locales, and motifs; and representative stage histories which also describe productions of Synge's plays in Ireland, the United States, and several other countries. The final essay is the editor's assessment of Synge's overall contribution, and the volume concludes with a general index. This work takes into account the prominence that Synge and other writers of the Irish Renaissance have attained in recent years in the worldwide academic community. The essays deal with Synge's use of language, his place in the Irish Renaissance, his reputation abroad, the forces that influenced his thought and writing, and the foreign productions of his plays. Each essay supplements the author's analysis with bibliographical citations and a synthesis of previous Synge criticism in order to allow for further research. By combining thorough coverage of the basic issues and sources of Synge criticism with fresh approaches provided by a group of distinguished scholars, Kopper has produced an important study of Synge and his milieu. It should prove valuable for college and university courses in modern literature and the Irish Renaissance, modern drama, and the theatre.