Confronting Violence in Contemporary Prose Writing from the North of Ireland
About the author
Fiona McCann is Senior Lecturer in the English Department at the Université de Lille 3, where she teaches courses on contemporary Irish and South African literature and feminism. Her research focuses on the representation of violence in the literatures of these countries and the overlap of politics and aesthetics. She has published several articles and book chapters on contemporary postcolonial writers and has guest-edited special issues of Commonwealth Essays and Studies and Études irlandaises.
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