Lainnir a' Bhauirn: The Gleaming Water : Essays on Modern Gaelic Literature

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Index
Aberdeenshire, 67
abjection (Kristeva), 88–9
abstract objectivism (Bakhtin), 116
Acair, 36, 137
acratic language (Barthes), 119–20, 122, 126
Actaeon, 76–7, 79, 80
Africa, 8, 15, 85
Aiste, xxvii
Antrim, 171
Argyll, 41
Aristotle, 120 fn. 4
Armitrage, Simon, 33
Armstrong, Tim, 26
Artemis, 76–7
Austro-Hungarian Empire, 144
Bachmann, Ingeborg, 153, 155
‘Böhmen liegt am Meer’ (‘Bohemia by the sea’), 155
Badenoch, 59
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 115–17, 118, 123, 126
abstract objectivism, 116
individualistic subjectivism, 116
Banba, 77
Barthes, Roland, 117, 119–20, 121, 122
acratic language, 119–20, 122, 126
encratic language, 119–20, 122, 126
Basque, publishing in, 36
Bateman, Meg, xv, 25, 127, 128–9, 133, 137, 172
bilingual editions, 128, 129
creative process, 128
Gaelic tradition, 128, 129
Soirbheas, 129, 137
Baudelaire, Charles, 91
Beckett, Samuel, 63
Belli, Guiseppe, 168
Benbecula, 1, 19
‘Beowulf’, 175
Bible, 72, 80, 81, 83, 111, 146, 156
Gospel of John, 167
Gospel of Luke, 63
Gospel of Mark, 62
Gospel of Matthew, 62, 63
New Testament, 111
Old Testament, 80, 111, 156
Revelation, Book of, 63
bilingual editions of poetry, see poetry
bilingual readers, 118, 121, 126–7, 165–6
Bizzini, Silvia Caporale, 119
Black, Ronald, xii, xx, xxvi, 27, 28, 29, 30, 137
Bòrd na Gàidhlig, 35, 36
British armed forces, 18, 53
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), 65
British nationalism, 18
Brodsky, Joseph, 128, 153, 155
Brown, R. MacKenna, 122
Budapest, 152–3, 154, 156
Butler, Antoinette, 56
Byrne, Michel, xvii, xx, xxvi
cailleach, 84
Caimbeul, Alasdair, 15, 16
Cuid a’ Chorra Ghrithich, 27–8
Am Fear Meadhanach, 13, 17
Murchadh agus am Bradan, 16
The Nessman, 17
plays, 61, 68
short stories, 29
Caimbeul, Aonghas Pàdraig, 15, 30, 33
An Oidhche Mus Do Sheòl Sinn, xvii
Catholicism as influence, 24
Gabriel Garcia Márquez as influence, 24
Invisible Islands, 25

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