Overview:Writing Beyond the Revival: Facing the Future in Gaelic Prose, 1940-1951 - This is the second volume of a two-part collection following on from O'Leary's "Gaelic Prose in the Irish Free State 1922-1939". The first part, "Irish Interior: Keeping Faith with the Past in Gaelic Prose, 1940-1951", was published in 2010. "Writing Beyond the Revival" explores the evolving ideology that inspired the successful campaign of writers such as Ciaran and Brian O Nuallain, and Cathal O Sandair for artistic independence from the restrictive demands of the language revival. The real progress made by writers such as Seamus O Neill with "Tonn Tuile" (1947) and Tarlach O hUid in his story collection "Taobh Thall den Teorainn" (1950) are also examined. The book includes a detailed discussion of Gaelic theatre when, under the direction of Ernest Blythe, the Abbey made the development and performance of Irish-language scripts a central element in its national mission. In revealing the vast output of writing in Irish for non-Irish readers, Philip O'Leary provides an invaluable guide for anyone studying or interested in the literature, languages, society and politics of Ireland.
This book is on page /a06b960ac9dc90216ed4e00b41bc8290/book/1603726415-9781906359287. It was written by the following authors: Philip O'Leary. Book Writing Beyond the Revival: Facing the Future in Gaelic Prose, 1940-1951, which can be read online, published by the company: University College Dublin Press. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Criticism, Poetry, Drama, History. The book was published on 2011-05-06. It has 608 pages and is published in Hardback format and weight 1066 g. File for download Writing Beyond the Revival: Facing the Future in Gaelic Prose, 1940-1951 has PDF format and is called writing-beyond-the-revival-facing-the-future-in-gaelic-prose-1940-1951.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our topcanal.eu site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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