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Modernity and Postmodernity in a Franco-Irish Context


Eamon Maher, Grace Neville and Eugene O'Brien

Contents: Helen Astbury: Prose, Theatre, Translation: Beckett, the reluctant Postmodernist – Fabienne Dabrigeon Garcier : « Short story » et « nouvelle » : les apories du genre court chez Samuel Beckett – Adrian Millar: The Blind-spots of the Postmodernist Project in Ireland: a Lacanian Take – Peter Guy: In the Name of the Father: Lacan’s nom-du-père and the Modern Irish Novel – Mary Pierse: The Poetic Voices of Dennis O’Driscoll and Cathal Ó Searcaigh: In tune with Lyotard? John McDonagh: Entre deux Mers - Strands and Collages in Contemporary Irish Poetry – Joan Dargan: Sand and speed: Traces of French Thought in Paul Muldoon’s New Poetry – Brian Walsh: The Postmodern Epiphany in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney – Eugene O’Brien: Winterwood: A Portrait of the Artist as a Postmodernist Pariah – Paula Murphy: From Ballymun to Brazil: Bolger’s Postmodern Ireland – Sylvie Mikowski: Patrick McCabe’s The Butcher Boy, Céline and Julia Kristeva’s Powers of Horror – Yanne Bévant : L’Irlande entre diversité multiculturelle et affirmation de l’identité nationale : nouvelle problématique, nouveaux enjeux – Jean-Christophe Penet : Nollaig Shona ou Bonne Année ? Pratique catholique et pratique politique en Irland et en France post-/ultra-moderne – Eóin Flannery: The Other Within: Migration, Postcolonialism and Cinema in France and Ireland – Eamon Maher: A Message from France: Jean Sulivan and post-Catholic Ireland.