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ISBN:
0813117143
Author:
Ann Owens Weekes
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Univ Pr of Kentucky (April 1, 1991)
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252 pages
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Ann Owens Weekes is a retired associate professor of humanities and English at the University of Arizona and author of Unveiling Treasures: Attic Guide to Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers. Country of Publication. The University Press of Kentucky.

Beginning a tradition : Irish women's writing, 1800-1984. This work brings together in one volume the diverse and articulate voices of 17 Irish women writers from a variety of backgrounds and geographic locations. It examines the complicated maps o. More). Reading and Writing Women's Lives: A Study of the Novel of Manners.

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American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide: From Colonial Times to the Present. Unveiling Treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writer: drama, fiction, poetry

American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide: From Colonial Times to the Present. 2nd ed. Detroit: St. James Press, 2000. Contains biographical and critical essays on 1,328 American women writers. Bloom, Abigail B. Nineteenth-century British Women Writers: a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook. Greenwood Press, 2000. ISBN 978-0-313-30439-2. Unveiling Treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writer: drama, fiction, poetry. Wilson, Katherina . et al. An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers.

After several failed attempts to say anything at all, however, I was forced to shift from an analysis of the book.

After several failed attempts to say anything at all, however, I was forced to shift from an analysis of the book itself to an examination of the source of my own paralysis-a process which may, I suspect, be familiar to others who work in areas of marginalised writing.

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IRISH WRITERS IN AMERICA, IRISH-AMERICAN FICTION FAMINE 1760s to 1980s.

Several essays explore how Irish women writers engaged with European themes and traditions through the genres of. .

Several essays explore how Irish women writers engaged with European themes and traditions through the genres of travel writing, the historical novel, the monologue and the fairy tale. Other contributions are concerned with the British context in which some texts were published and argue for the existence of Irish inflections of phenomena such as the New Woman, suffragism or vegetarianism.

A valuable book length study of one possible tradition is Ann Owen Weekes’s Irish Women Writers: an Uncharted Tradition (Lexington: University of Kentucky .

A valuable book length study of one possible tradition is Ann Owen Weekes’s Irish Women Writers: an Uncharted Tradition (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1990). 10. Ailbhe Smyth, ‘Ireland’, Bloomsbury Guide to Women’s Literature, e. Claire Buck (London: Bloomsbury, 1992), p. 3. oogle Scholar. 12. Ann Owen Weekes, Unveiling Treasures: the Attic Guide to the Published Works of Irish Women Literary Writers (Dublin: Attic, 1993). 13. Eavan Boland, A Kind of Scar: the Woman Poet in a National Tradition (Dublin: Attic Press, 1989), p.

Yellow Book January: 284– 85. Driscoll Robert O. 1988 Continuity in Loss: The Irish and Anglo-Irish Traditions. 1990 Irish Women Writers: An Uncharted Tradition. Lexington: UP of Kentucky, Welch Robert, ed.

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