Edited By Anne Goarzin
Anne Goarzin Introduction 1 part i Not Quite What It Seems: Challenging the Critical Doxa in French and Irish Literature 7 Eamon Maher A Voice from the Margins: Albert Camus at 100 9 Gerard Connolly Jean Giono: ‘The Peasant-Anarchist’ 27 Matthew L. Reznicek The Novice in the City: Sydney Owenson and the Bildung of Metropolitan Economics 43 Mary Pierse The Challenges of Katherine Cecil Thurston’s Max (1910) 61 Michelle Kennedy ‘Being the Not Wife’: Representations of Second Wives and Stepmothers in the Fiction of John McGahern and Anne Enright 79 Edward Alan Schaefer Reframing a Portrait: Flann O’Brien’s Interrogation of the Artist in ‘Cruiskeen Lawn’ 95 vi Eva Urban Acts of Justice in Ireland: Social Utopia and Natural Law in a Deconstructive Staging of Tennyson’s The Foresters: Robin Hood and Maid Marian 109 Anne Goarzin Challenging the Virilian Doxa: Of Flow, Speed and Trajectory in Allan Gillis’s Poetry 127 part ii More than Meets the Eye: Questioning Orthodoxies and Defining New Perimeters for Cultural Studies in France and Ireland 141 Pierre-Jérôme Jéhel and Corinne Feïss-Jéhel The Photographic Framing and Un-Framing of Inhabited Landscapes in Ireland 143 Brian Murphy Thinking Beyond the Bottle: Traditional French Wine versus New Media 159 Frank Healy Football and Identity: The Irish in Scotland and the Algerians in France 181 Marion Sarrouy From Politics to Deviance: The Gender of Violence at the Height of The Troubles 199 vii Déborah Vandewoude Whitefriar Street Church: An Institutional Perimeter for an Unframed, Polymorphic...
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