Edited By Heidi Hansson and James H. Murphy
This collection includes studies of canonical land war novels, publication channels, collaborations between artists and authors, literary conventions and the interplay between personal experience and literary output. It also includes unique resources such as a reprinted letter by the author Mary Anne Sadlier and a reproduction of Rosa Mulholland’s little-known play Our Boycotting. The book concludes with a detailed bibliography of land war fiction between 1879 and 1916, which should inspire further reading and research into the genre.
JAMES H. MURPHY AND HEIDI HANSSON
The Irish Land War and its Fictions
The ‘Personal Element’ and Emily Lawless’s Hurrish (1886)
George Moore’s A Drama in Muslin: Art and the Middle-Classes
FAITH BINCKES AND KATHRYN LAING
‘Rival Attractions of the Season’: Land-War Fiction, Christmas Annuals, and the Early Writing of Hannah Lynch
JULIE ANNE STEVENS
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