'New Critical Perspectives'
Edited By Maureen O'Connor, Kathryn Laing and Sinead Mooney
The essays collected in Edna O’Brien: New Critical Perspectives illustrate the range, complexity and interest of O’Brien as a fiction writer and dramatist. Together they contribute to a broader appreciation of her work and to an evolution of new critical approaches, as well as igniting greater interest in the many unexplored areas of her considerable oeuvre.
The contributors who include new and established scholars in the field of O’Brien criticism, are Rebecca Pelan, Maureen O’Connor, Michelle Woods, Bertrand Cardin, Ann Norton, Eve Stoddard, Michael Harris, Loredana Salis, Shirley Peterson, Patricia Coughlan, Sinéad Mooney, and Mary Burke.
1 |Reflections on a Connemara Dietrich
2 | Edna O’Brien, Irish Dandy
3 | Red, Un-Read, and Edna: Ernest Gébler and Edna O’Brien
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