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Memoranda to MacNeice: New Readings

This volume of essays brings a distinctly French flavour to MacNeice studies. Many of the articles approach the author from the perspective of French theory; others offer close readings of the poems in the manner of the explication de texte. There are also major essays on MacNeice’s radio plays, his connection to the classics, his prosody, an examination of the psychogeography of his poetry, along with biographical insights proposed by the classics scholar Robert Jordan. Adolphe Haberer himself offers his A-Z of MacNeice, and a new poem by Bernard O’Donoghue creates connections between MacNeice and Haberer.

Avec le soutien de l’université de Lille (EA 4074 CECILLE) et de l’université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 (EA 4398 PRISMES)

2019

Anne Goarzin and Clíona Ní Ríordáin (ed.)

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Domaines : Langues et civilisations | Études anglaises
Langues et civilisations | Études irlandaises
Littérature | Littérature XXe siècle

Collection : Univers anglophones

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Format : 15,5 x 24 cm
Nombre de pages : 202 p.

ISBN : 978-2-7535-5488-7

Disponibilité : en librairie
Prix : 22,00 €

 

  • Sommaire
  • Documents
  • Auteur(s)

  • Louis MacNeice: Lifelines
  • Poetic Means and Media in MacNeice’s Works
  • MacNeice’s Last Stand: The Burning Perch (1963)

Anne Goarzin is professor of Irish literature and culture at the University of Rennes 2. Her work focuses on Irish literature as well as on the visual arts in Ireland. She currently chairs the French Society for Irish Studies (SOFEIR) and she is a member of the research group CRBC (EA 4451).

Clíona Ní Ríordáin is professor of English at the University Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 where she teaches translation studies and convenes the Master’s programme in Irish Studies. She is a member of the PRISMES (EA 4398) research group. Her most recent publication is the bilingual anthology Jeune Poésie d’Irlande (Illador, 2015), co-edited and translated with Paul Bensimon.

 

 

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