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John McGahern : authority and vision / edited by Željka Doljanin and Máire Doyle.

Contributor(s): Doljanin, Željka [editor.] | Doyle, Máire [editor.].
Publisher: Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2017Description: x, 229 pages ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781526100566; 1526100568.Subject(s): McGahern, John, 1934-2006 -- Criticism and interpretation | Irish literature -- History and criticism. -- 19th century | English fiction -- Irish authors -- Criticism and interpretationDDC classification: 823 Summary: This book explores the work of John McGahern, one of the greatest Irish prose writers of the twentieth century. The fifteen essays collected here address McGahern's legacy from a range of fresh perspectives drawn from the fields of literary criticism, history, sociology, education, journalism and creative writing. examining his novels, short stories, memoir and prose writings, these essays interrogate the ways in which his writing responds to key issues in these subject areas.
List(s) this item appears in: New Acquisitions August-December 2020 | Acquisitions 2019-2020
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-223) and index.

This book explores the work of John McGahern, one of the greatest Irish prose writers of the twentieth century. The fifteen essays collected here address McGahern's legacy from a range of fresh perspectives drawn from the fields of literary criticism, history, sociology, education, journalism and creative writing. examining his novels, short stories, memoir and prose writings, these essays interrogate the ways in which his writing responds to key issues in these subject areas.

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