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10.20 From Brooke to Black Pastoral: Six Studies in Irish Literature and Culture

Edited by: Ondřej Pilný

Volume: 10
Issue: 20
2000

Contents

Ondřej Pilný
From Brooke to Black Pastoral: Introduction
1
Mícheál MacCraith
Charlotte Brooke and James Macpherson
5
Louis Armand
Spectres of Sovereignty: (An)notations on the Colonial Subject in Joyce’s Portrait
18
Ondřej Pilný
Narrative and Communication: The Case of Brian Friel and Field Day
31
Mária Kurdi
Strategies of Adaptation on the Contemporary Irish Stage
53
Nicholas Grene
Black Pastoral: 1990s Images of Ireland
67
Clare Wallace
"A Crossroads between Worlds": Marina Carr and the Use of Tragedy
76
Review of Zdeněk Stříbrný
Shakespeare and Eastern Europe
Oxford Shakespeare Topics. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. 161 pp.
→ Martin Procházka, Shakespeare Goes East: from Pickleherring to Post-Communism
90
Review of Martin Humpál
The Roots of Modernist Narrative: Knut Hamsun’s Novels Hunger, Mysteries and Pan
Oslo: Solum forlag, 1998. 167 pp.
→ Jiří Stromšík, The Roots of Modernist Narrative
95
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