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Reinventing Ireland Through a French Prism

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Eamon Maher, Grace Neville and Eugene O'Brien

Contents: Michel Déon : Préface – Eamon Maher/Grace Neville/Eugene O’Brien : Introduction – Michael Cronin: The Shining Tumultuous River? Irish Perspectives on Europe – Serge Rivière/Jenny O’Connor: The Representation of the Irish cultural landscape in the Journals of Montalembert (1830) and Tocqueville (1835) – Yann Bévant : La 36ème division d’Ulster, un mythe irlandais né en France – Catherine Burke: Bowen’s London as a du Bellian Rome – Louise Fuller: The French Catholic Experience: Irish Connections and Disconnections – Jean Brihault: Lady Morgan: Building Bridges – Anne Markey: French culture and Oscar Wilde’s fairy tales: an unexplored interlink with neglected works of art – Mary Pierse: George Moore and ‘le moment célibataire’ – Brigitte Le Juez : « A l’instar du grand Gustave... » et à l’encontre des psittacidés : Beckett héritier de Flaubert – John McDonagh: «Tore down à la Rimbaud»: Brendan Kennelly and the French Connection – Sarah Nolan: Modern Living, Modern Loving - Baudelaire and Sirr – Sylvie Mikowski: The Barracks de John McGahern et Flaubert – Raymond Mullen: «The womb and the grave»: Living, Loving and Dying in John McGahern’s The Pornographer and Albert Camus’ L’Étranger – Eamon Maher: John Broderick (1924-89) and the French ‘Roman Catholique’ – Joan Dargan: From «Omphalos» to «Testimonies»: France in the Works of Seamus Heaney – Eugene O’Brien : Vivre la différ[a]ence : French and Irish Republicanism - towards a deconstructive intertextual critique – Paula Murphy: French Theory and Irish Theatre on the Hinterland of Modernity – Emilie Bordenave : Nicolas Bouvier : un regard « français » sur les îles d’Aran – Philip Dine: Tackling Les Diables Verts: French Writers on Irish Rugby.