Masculinities in the Contemporary Northern Irish Novel
Sons of Ulster explores the representation of masculinity within a number of Northern Irish novels written since the mid-1990s, focusing on works by Eoin McNamee, Glenn Patterson and Robert McLiam Wilson. One of the key aims of the book is to disrupt notions of a hegemonic Northern Irish masculinity based on violent conflict and hyper-masculine sectarian rhetoric. The author uses the three sections of the text to represent the three key facets of Northern Irish masculinity: bodies, performances and subjectivity bound up with violence.
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Key to Abbreviations 12:23 McNamee, Eoin. 12:23: Paris 31st August 1997 BN Patterson, Glenn. Black Night at Big Thunder Mountain BT McNamee, Eoin. The Blue Tango ES Wilson, Robert McLiam. Eureka Street FL Patterson, Glenn. Fat Lad LL Leitch, Maurice. The Liberty Lad LP Patterson, Glenn. Lapsed Protestant N5 Patterson, Glenn. Number 5 RB Wilson, Robert McLiam. Ripley Bogle RM McNamee, Eoin. Resurrection Man SS Park, David. Swallowing the Sun TI Patterson, Glenn. The International TU McNamee, Eoin. The Ultras TWW Patterson, Glenn. That Which Was
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