International Critics: Index

International Critics

The common denominator of texts held in this region is the international (or “non-Irish”) character of their authors - generally writers or critics of different periods whose remarks are often quoted in connection with Irish literature, and especially by imperialist, revolutionary and - most latterly - by post-colonial critics. [See Note on Copyright, infra.]

Classical & Early Modern
Dante Alighieri
Polybius Tertullian

19th Century & Before
Francis Bacon
Charles Baudelaire
Homi Bhabha
Madame Blavatsky
G. K. Chesterton
Winston Churchill
S. T. Coleridge (1)
S. T. Coleridge (2)
Oliver Cromwell
Thomas de Quincey
Benjamin Disraeli
Frederick Douglass
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Friedrich Engels
Henry Fielding
Sigmund Freud
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Henry VIII
G. H. Herder
David Hume
Travers Humphreys
Samuel Johnson
Franz Kafka
John Keats
Charles Kingsley
Rudyard Kipling
John Locke
Guglielmo Marconi
Karl Marx (1)
Karl Marx (2)
Friedrich Neitzsche
Walter Pater (1)
Walter Pater (2)
Walter Pater (3)
Marcel Proust
La Rochefoucauld
John Ruskin
Viscount Samuel
George Sand
Sir Walter Scott
William Shakespeare
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Sydney Smith
William Wordsworth
Arthur Young

20th Century
Al Alvarez
Mohamed Ali
Louis Althusser
Benedict Anderson
Hannah Arendt
Conrad Arensberg
Bill Ashcroft, et al.
Roland Barthes (1)
Roland Barthes (2)
Roland Barthes (3)
Jean Baudrillard
Walter Benjamin (1)
Walter Benjamin (2)
Walter Benjamin (3)
Homi Bhabha (1)
Homi Bhabha (2)
Harold Bloom
Jorge Luis Borges
George Bornstein
Anthony Burgess
Italo Calvino
Rex Cathcart
Christopher Caudwell
J. M. Coetzee
L. P. Curtis
Gilles Delueze
Jacques Derrida
T. S. Eliot (1964)
T. S. Eliot (1948)
Frantz Fanon
Michel Foucault
Robert Frost
Catherine Gallagher
Ernest Gellner
B. J. Gibbons
Antonio Gramsci
Germaine Greer
Geoffrey Grigson
John Gross
L. P. Hartley
Michael Hechter
Eric Hobsbawm (1)
Eric Hobsbawm (2)
Eric Hobsbawm (3)
John Hutchinson
Frederic Jameson
Frank Kermode
F. R. Leavis
Claude Levi-Strauss
George Lukacs
Pierre Macheray
Guglielmo Marconi
Herbert Marcuse
Alberti Memmi
Ashis Nandy
E. R. Norman
George Orwell
Eric Partridge
Marcel Proust
Raja Rao
Paul Ricoeur
Salman Rushdie
Edward Said
Jean-Paul Sartre
Richard Sennett
George Steiner
Annie Thomasson
Tzvetan Todorov
Arnold Toynbee
George M. Trevelyan
Katie Trumpener
Benjamin Lee Whorf
Raymond Williams
W. K. Wimsatt
Ludwig Wittgenstein

Sigmund Freud Index and Sundry Quotations
  ‘The “Uncanny”’ (1919)
  ‘Family Romances’ (1909)
  ‘On Transformations in Instinct as Exemplified in Anal Eroticism’ (1917)

Edward Said

Edward Said, Nationalism Colonialism and Literature (1988)
Edward Said, Culture and Imperialism (1993)

  Orientalism: Western Conceptions of the Orient (1995) - Intro.
Chap. 1 [Sect. I]: “The Scope of Orientalism”
Chap. 1 [Sect. II]: “The Scope of Orientalism”
Homi K. Bhabha The Location of Culture (1994) - et al.
“DissemiNation” (Nation & Narrative, 1990)

Note on Copyright: The rights associated with texts listed here belong to their authors. It is hoped that at some future date electronic editions of these and other critical writings held in Ricorso will be included there by means of permissions and commissions and in this way will benefit their authors as well as visitors to the website.
  In the meantime, all the files listed here remain accessible to those closely associated with the Ricorso project and by password only providing that the relevant login.php file is not lost or corrupted. Application for access may be made to with no guarantee that access can be granted.

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