The Comparatist, ‘Postcolonial Theory and Irish Literature’ [Special Issue, guest ed., Michael R. Molino], Vol. XX [Virginia Commonwealth Univ.] (May 1996).

CONTENTS: Michael Molino, ‘Charting an Uncertain Flight Path: Irish Writers and the Question of Nation, Identity, and Literature’ [41]; Anthony R. Hale, ‘Framing the Folk: Zora Neale Hurston, John Millington Synge, and the Politics of Aesthetic Ethnography’, [50]; Joseph Lennon, ‘James Stephens’s Diminutive National Narratives: Imagining an Irish Nation Based on the “Orient” [62]; [q. auth.], Poetry in Modern Ireland: Where Postcolonial and Postmodern Part Ways’ [82-92]

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