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Dillane, Fionnuala

The Body in Pain in Irish Literature and Culture

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Body in Pain in Irish Literature and Culture
Fionnuala Dillane, Naomi McAreavey, Emilie Pine

2. Where Does It Hurt? How Pain Makes History in Early Modern Ireland
Patricia Palmer

3. ‘Most barbarously and inhumaine maner butchered’: Masculinity, Trauma, and Memory in Early Modern Ireland’
Dianne Hall

4. ‘Those Savage Days of Memory’: John Temple and His Narrative of the 1641 Uprising
Sarah Covington

5. Severed Heads and Floggings: The Undermining of Oblivion in Ulster in the Aftermath of 1798
Guy Beiner

6. ‘Tá mé ag imeacht’: The Execution of Myles Joyce and Its Afterlives
Margaret Kelleher

7. Pain, Trauma, and Memory in the Irish War of Independence: Remembering and Contextualising Irish Suffering
Ian Miller

8. Pain, Pleasure, and Revolution: The Body in Roger Casement’s Writings
Michael G. Cronin

9. ‘Targets of Shame’: Negotiating the Irish Female Migrant Experience in Kathleen Nevin’s You’ll Never Go Back (1946) and Kate O’Brien’s Mary Lavelle (1936)
Sinéad Wall

10. ‘Intertextual Quotation’: Troubled Irish Bodies and Jewish Intertextual Memory in Colum McCann’s ‘Cathal’s Lake’ and ‘Hunger Strike’
Alison Garden

11. The Vulnerable Body on Stage: Reading Interpersonal Violence in Rape as Metaphor
Lisa Fitzpatrick

12. Recovery and Forgetting: Haunting Remains in Northern Irish Culture
Shane Alcobia-Murphy

13. ‘That’s not so comfortable for you, is it?’: The Spectre of Misogyny in The Fall

Caroline Magennis

14. ‘The Art of Grief’: Irish Women’s Poetry of Loss and Healing
Catriona Clutterbuck

Keywords: Literature, British and Irish Literature, Contemporary Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, Fiction, European Culture

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
New Directions in Irish and Irish American Literature
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319313887
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-31387-0

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