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Journal of the Short Story in English - N° 63

Special Issue : The 21st Century Irish Short Story


Bertrand Cardin (dir.)


Domaines : Littérature | Littérature générale
Langues et civilisations | Études anglaises

Revue : Journal of the Short Story in English


Format : 15,5 x 24 cm
Nombre de pages : 268 p.

Disponibilité : auprès de l'éditeur
Prix : 20,00 €


  • Sommaire

  • Michelle Ryan-Sautour and Gérald Préher, Foreword
  • Bertrand Cardin, Introduction

Part One : Traces Of Oral Tradition: Voices, Dialogues And Conversations

  • Marie Mianowski, Skipping and Gasping, Sighing and Hoping in Colum McCann’s “Aisling”: The Making of a Poet
  • Catherine Conan, Narration as Conversation: Patterns of Community-making in Colm Tóibín’s The Empty Family
  • Eoghan Smith, “Elemental and Plain”: Story-Telling in Claire Keegan’s Walk the Blue Fields
  • Chantal Dessaint-Payard, “The Moon Shines Clear, the Horseman’s Here” by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne or the Art of Reconciling Orality and Literacy
  • Vanina Jobert-Martini, “Black Flower”: Dichotomy, Absurdity and Beyond
  • Claudia Luppino, The Old and the New in Claire Keegan’s Short Fiction

Part Two : Resonance, Revision And Reinvention

  • Elke D’hoker, Rereading the Mother in Edna O’Brien’s Saints and Sinners
  • Flore Coulouma, The Irish (Short) Story, Level 1: Julian Gough’s “The Orphan and the Mob”
  • Jeanette Roberts Shumaker, Questioning the Paddy Stereotype in Edna O’Brien’s “Shovel Kings”

Part Three : The Ironic Observation Of Contemporary Ireland

  • Bertrand Cardin, Country of the Grand by Gerard Donovan or the Chronicle of a Collapse Foretold
  • Thierry Robin, Anne Enright’s Short Fiction: “Post-Freudian and Post-Feminist and, of course (three cheers!), Post-Nationalist”?
  • Eugene O’Brien, The Subjective Real in William Trevor’s “Justina’s Priest”

Part Four : Metanarrative Reflections

  • Debbie Brouckmans and Elke D’hoker, Rewriting the Irish Short Story: Emma Donoghue’s The Woman Who Gave Birth to Rabbits
  • John McCourt, “All Stories Overlap”: Reading Keith Ridgway’s Short Fiction
  • Claire Majola-Leblond, Writing Aslant: Putting Chisel to Paper—William Trevor’s A Bit on the Side
  • Bertrand Cardin, Selective Bibliography
  • Contributors’ Notes


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