Edited By Benjamin Keatinge and Mary Pierse
Drawing on the disciplines of history, art, economics and literature, and dipping into the good wines of France and Ireland, the book paints a fascinating picture of the relationship between the two countries over three dramatic centuries.
About the editors
Benjamin Keatinge teaches English Literature at South East European University, Macedonia, where he is Dean of the Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications. His primary research focus is Beckett studies but he has also published on modern Irish poetry, including essays on Richard Murphy, Harry Clifton, Pearse Hutchinson, Thomas MacGreevy and Brian Coffey.
Mary Pierse has been a post-doctoral research fellow at University College Cork, Ireland, where she taught in the School of English and on the Women’s Studies MA programme. She has published on Irish feminisms, George Moore, fin-de-siècle literature and Franco-Irish cultural linkages.
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