Shakespeare and the Irish Writer
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There is a long history in Ireland of performing, studying, and responding to Shakespeare's plays. Transposed to an Irish context, Shakespeare has continued to be a source of creative engagement and discussion for Irish writers. This new collection of essays explores the dynamic responses to Shakespeare by Irish writers, in both English and in Irish, since the early twenti...more
Hardcover, 201 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by University College Dublin Press (first published May 28th 2010)
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