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  • Laird, Heather (Cork University Press, 2018-02)
    Written during Ireland's decade of centenaries, Commemoration draws on the aims of the Síreacht series to re-imagine commemoration. A commemoration process that is shaped by a desire to re-invigorate the social imagination ...
  • Condon, Gráinne (University College Cork, 2021-11-17)
    This thesis traces symmetries in the poetic responses of four women poets across two continents to the two World Wars: Lola Ridge, Winifred Letts, H.D. and Sheila Wingfield. This thesis considers the representation of ...
  • Small, Felicity (Flicka) (University College Cork, 2021)
    Food lies at the heart of human life, playing a profound role throughout the world and history. This thesis looks at the microcosm of food and foodways in James Joyce’s Ulysses, through semiotics, anthropology and personal ...
  • Gibbs, Alan (University of Toronto Press, 2021-10-08)
    This article examines The Wire (HBO, 2002–8) and The Shield (FX, 2002–8) and the extent to which they employ particular attributes of new television in order to engage with notions of determined behaviour familiar from ...
  • Gibbs, Alan (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2020)
    This article examines elements of determinism and naturalism in Cormac McCarthy's twenty-first-century novels, No Country for Old Men and The Road. While naturalism has been noted in McCarthy's work prior to these novels, ...

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