Contacts and Comparisons in History and Culture
Edited By Gerald Power and Ondrej Pilny
Acknowledgments vii Gerald Power and Ondřej Pilný Ireland and the Czech Lands: An Introduction 1 Gerald Power Monarchy, Nobility and State Formation in Bohemia and Ireland, c. 1526–1609 25 Jiří Brňovják The Integration of Irish Aristocratic Émigré Families in the Czech Lands, c. 1650–1945: Selected Case Studies 55 Hedvika Kuchařová and Jan Pařez The Last Community: Irish Franciscans after the Dissolution of the Prague College, 1786 85 Martina Power From Indirect to Direct Comparison: Bohemian-Irish Analogies in German and British Travel Writing, c. 1750–1850 101 Lili Zách Irish Intellectuals and Independent Czechoslovakia in the Interwar Period: Ref lections in Catholic Journals 121 vi Daniel Samek The Czech Sokol Gymnastic Programme in Ireland, c. 1900–1950 139 Bohuslav Mánek The Czech Reception of Irish Poetry and Prose, c. 1790–2013 153 Justin Quinn California Dreaming: Miroslav Holub and Seamus Heaney 177 Ondřej Pilný Irish Drama in the Czech Lands, c. 1900–2013 201 Notes on Contributors 223 Index 227
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