Vol 13, No 2 (2014)

Special Issue: Irish Studies in the Nordic Countries

Edited by Irene Gilsenan Nordin

Table of Contents


Introduction PDF
Irene Gilsenan Nordin 1-5
Kinship: People and Nature in Emily Lawless's Poetry PDF
Heidi Hansson 6-22
The “intimate enemies”: Edward Dowden, W. B. Yeats and the Formation of Character PDF
Charles I. Armstrong 23-42
The Place of Writing in the Poetry of W. B. Yeats and Patrick Kavanagh PDF
Irene Gilsenan Nordin 43-56
“All this debris of day-to-day experience”: The Poet as Rhythmanalyst in the Works of Louis MacNeice, Derek Mahon and Paul Muldoon PDF
Anne Karhio 57-79
“Second Time Round”: Recent Northern Irish History in For All We Know and Ciaran Carson’s Written Arts PDF
Ruben Moi, Annelise Brox Larsen 80-95
"Forest, Snow, a Train", "Waking" and "An Irish Lexicon" PDF
Mary O'Donnell 96-106
Wolf Month PDF
Mary O'Donnell 107-108
The Northern Athens or A City Of Horrors? Belfast as Presented by Some Irish Women Writers PDF
Britta Olinder 109-122
Mourning Mothers: A Psychoanalytic Reading of Parental Relationships in Colm Tóibín’s Mothers and Sons PDF
Tyler Post 123-144
The Indeterminacy of Identity in Tom Murphy’s A Whistle in the Dark PDF
Michelle Carroll 145-167
“You look behind you as you could not then”: Embodied Cognition and Linguistic Confusion in Beckett’s “Heard in the Dark I” PDF
Charlotta Palmstierna Einarsson 168-183
Hunger: Passion of the Militant PDF
John Lynch 184-201
“Pushing Yourself into Existence”: Language, Trauma, Framing in Pat Collins’s Silence (2012) PDF
Dara Waldron 202-221
Listen—Christy Moore’s Old and New, Glocal Ireland PDF
Bent Sørensen 222-235
In Search of the People: The Formation of Legitimacy and Identity in the Debate on Internment in Northern Ireland PDF
Sissel Rosland 236-262

Complete Issue

Volume 13 Issue 2 PDF
Complete Issue 1-267


About the Contributors PDF
Volume 13 Issue 2 263-267