Ireland and Scotland: Literature and Culture, State and Nation, 1966-2000


While political connections between Ireland and Scotland have been vigorously promoted in recent years, Ray Ryan's book is the first sustained, comparative study of literature and culture from both sites. Analyzing a broad range of Irish and Scottish literary texts, Ryan shifts attention from the traditionally defined canon of Irish culture, and establishes the relevance of Scotland for any future discussion of Irish cultural contexts.


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