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The Resource A history of Irish working-class writing, edited by Michael Pierse

A history of Irish working-class writing, edited by Michael Pierse

Label
A history of Irish working-class writing
Title
A history of Irish working-class writing
Statement of responsibility
edited by Michael Pierse
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Pierse, Michael
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English literature
  • English literature
  • Working class in literature
  • English literature
  • English literature
Label
A history of Irish working-class writing, edited by Michael Pierse
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword / Declan Kiberd -- Introduction / Michael Pierse -- Writing and theorising the Irish working class / David Convery -- Representing labour : notes towards a political and cultural economy of Irish working-class experience / Christopher J. V. Loughlin -- Working-class writing in Ireland before 1800 : 'some must be poor : we cannot all be great' / Andrew Carpenter -- 'We wove our ain wab' : the Ulster Weaver poets' working lives, myths and afterlives / Frank Ferguson -- Sub-literatures? : Folk song, memory and Ireland's working poor / John Moulden -- Writing working-class Irish women / Heather Laird -- 'Unwriting' the city : narrating class in early twentieth-century Belfast and Dublin (1900-1929) / Elizabeth Mannion -- Class during the Irish revolution : British soldiers, 1916, and the abject body / James Moran -- 'An sinne a bhi sa chonra?' : Writing death on the margins in twentieth-century Irish working-class writing / Michael Pierse -- Writing Irish nurses in Britain / Tony Muray -- The view from below : solidarity and struggle in Irish-American working-class literature / Margaret Hallissy and John Lutz -- Irish working-class writing in Australasia, 1860-1960 : contrasts and comparisons / Peter Kuch -- Irish working-class poetry 1900-1960 / Niall Carson -- 'A system that inflicts suffering upon the many' : early twentieth-century working-class fiction / Paul Delaney -- Drama, 1900-1950 / Paul Murphy -- Seán O'Casey and Brendan Behan : aesthetics, democracy, and the voice of labour / John Brannigan -- Reshaping well-worn genres : novels of pregress and precarity 1960-1998 / Mary M. McGlynn -- Locked out : working-class lives in Irish drama 1958-1998 / Victor Merriman -- Poetry and the working class in Northern Ireland during the troubles / Adam Hanna -- Class politics and performance in troubles drama : 'history isn't over yet' / Mark Phelan -- Twentieth-century workers' biography / Claire Lynch -- Multiple class consciousnesses in writings for theatre during the Celtic Tiger Era / Eamonn Jordan -- Afterword overdue : the recovery and study of Irish working-class writing, an international perspective / H. Gustav Klaus
Control code
038402658
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 461 pages
Isbn
9781316604212
Lccn
2017044979
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Label
A history of Irish working-class writing, edited by Michael Pierse
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword / Declan Kiberd -- Introduction / Michael Pierse -- Writing and theorising the Irish working class / David Convery -- Representing labour : notes towards a political and cultural economy of Irish working-class experience / Christopher J. V. Loughlin -- Working-class writing in Ireland before 1800 : 'some must be poor : we cannot all be great' / Andrew Carpenter -- 'We wove our ain wab' : the Ulster Weaver poets' working lives, myths and afterlives / Frank Ferguson -- Sub-literatures? : Folk song, memory and Ireland's working poor / John Moulden -- Writing working-class Irish women / Heather Laird -- 'Unwriting' the city : narrating class in early twentieth-century Belfast and Dublin (1900-1929) / Elizabeth Mannion -- Class during the Irish revolution : British soldiers, 1916, and the abject body / James Moran -- 'An sinne a bhi sa chonra?' : Writing death on the margins in twentieth-century Irish working-class writing / Michael Pierse -- Writing Irish nurses in Britain / Tony Muray -- The view from below : solidarity and struggle in Irish-American working-class literature / Margaret Hallissy and John Lutz -- Irish working-class writing in Australasia, 1860-1960 : contrasts and comparisons / Peter Kuch -- Irish working-class poetry 1900-1960 / Niall Carson -- 'A system that inflicts suffering upon the many' : early twentieth-century working-class fiction / Paul Delaney -- Drama, 1900-1950 / Paul Murphy -- Seán O'Casey and Brendan Behan : aesthetics, democracy, and the voice of labour / John Brannigan -- Reshaping well-worn genres : novels of pregress and precarity 1960-1998 / Mary M. McGlynn -- Locked out : working-class lives in Irish drama 1958-1998 / Victor Merriman -- Poetry and the working class in Northern Ireland during the troubles / Adam Hanna -- Class politics and performance in troubles drama : 'history isn't over yet' / Mark Phelan -- Twentieth-century workers' biography / Claire Lynch -- Multiple class consciousnesses in writings for theatre during the Celtic Tiger Era / Eamonn Jordan -- Afterword overdue : the recovery and study of Irish working-class writing, an international perspective / H. Gustav Klaus
Control code
038402658
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 461 pages
Isbn
9781316604212
Lccn
2017044979
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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