Joris Duytschaever & Geert Lernout, eds., History and Violence in Anglo-Irish Literature [Conference of 9 April 1986; Costerus Ser. Vol. 71] (Amsterdam: Rodopi 1988), 135pp.

Preface, p.3; Brendan Kennelly, ‘Poetry and Violence’, pp.5-27 [keynote]; Joep Leerssen, ‘Táin and Táin: The Mythical Past and the Anglo-Irish’, pp.19-45; Louis Dieltjens, ‘The Abbey Theatre as a Cultural Formation’, pp.47-65; Lernout, ‘Banville and Being: The Newton Letter and History’, pp.67-77; Theo d’Haen, ‘Desmond Hogan and Ireland’s Post-Modern Past’, pp.79-83; Ginete Verstraete, ‘Brian Friel’s Drama and the Limits of Language’, pp.85-96; Duytschaever, ‘History in the Poetry of Derek Mahon’, pp.97-109; W. J. McCormack, ‘Finnegans Wake and Irish Literary History’, pp.111-35.

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