This examination of modern Irish fiction fills the gap in the critical understanding and appreciation of Irish literature since World War II. Clarity of language and enthusiastic text enable the reader to appreciate authors who are traditionally considered extradinarily inaccessible, such as Samuel Beckett and Francis Stuart. Over 20 Irish writers are examined in detail, including Brian Moore, John Banville, and John McGahern. Also included are Ireland's more contemporary writers who have yet to receive the critical attention or literary praise of their predecessors, such as Roddy Doyle, Pat McCabe, and Dermot Bolger.
|Title:||The Modern Irish Novel: The Irish Novel After 1945||Publisher:||Merlin Publishing|
|No. of Pages:||200|
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