IASIL Bibliography for 2010

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IASIL Bibliography for 2010


General Studies

A. LITERATURE

AMENEDO COSTA, Monica, 'Timoteo O'Scanlan: vida publica y privada en El Ferrol llustrad' / Timoteo O'Scanlan: Public and Private Life in the Enlightened Ferrol', in Garoza, 10, pp.9-22.

ARMELLINO, Elisa, Modern Irish Literature. A Study in the Myth of Return, Prestige Books (New Delhi), 2007, 176.

BANKS, Naomi, '"Adequate to Our Predicament?": In Search of a Northern Irish Political Elegy', in Jencova et al., pp.166-76.

BENATTI, Francesca, 'Irish Patriots and Scottish Adventurers: The Irish Penny Journal, 1840-1841', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 35:2, pp.36-41.

BINELLI, Andrea, 'Retorica della dislocazione in Irlanda. Storia, lingua e forme letterarie / Rhetoric of dislocation in Ireland. History, language and literary form', in Strumenti critici, XXIV, 121:3 (2009), pp.437-452. [In Italian].

BLOOM, Abigail Burnham, The Literary Monster on Film: Five Nineteenth Century British Novels and Their Cinematic Adaptations, McFarland (Jefferson, NC).

BOLTON, Jonathan, '"Blighted Beginnings": Coming of Age in Independent Ireland', Bucknell UP (Lewisburg).

BROWN, Matthew, 'Cities Under Watch: Urban Northern Ireland in Film', in Eire Ireland, 45: 1&2, pp.56-88.

BROWN, Terence, The Literature of Ireland: Culture and Criticism, Cambridge UP (Cambridge), x+281.

BRYAN, Giemza, 'Sisters of Secession: The Unclaimed Legacies of Two Southern American Irish Women', in Irish Studies Review, 18:2, pp.199-211.

BUTLER, John, 'Blue', in Dublin Review, 37, pp.89-104.

CALE, Luisa, DI BELLO, Patrizia, & FRASER, Hilary, eds., Illustrations, Optics and Objects in Nineteenth-Century Literary and Visual Culture, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke), xix +206.

CAMPBELL, Matthew, 'Davis, Mangan, Ferguson: Irish Poetry 1831-1849', in Wright, V. 1, pp.427-43.

CAMPBELL, Paula, 'The City Girls', in Nogueira, Lojo & Palacios, pp.113-6.

CATALDI, Melita, 'Versioni dell'aldila. Dal testo altomedievale Echtra Nerai a In the Land of Youth di James Stephens / Versions of the Otherworld. From the early-mediaeval text Echtra Nerai to In the Land of Youth by James Stephens', in De Gennaro, P., ed., Per le vie del mondo, Trauben (Torino) 2009, pp.179-88.

--, 'Il gemito del cavallo bianco. La silenziosa simbiosi con gli animali nelle agiografie irlandasi del medioevo / The moan of the white horse. Silent symbiosis with animals in mediaeval Irish hagiographies', in Gianolio, V, ed., Il Silenzio. Pause eloquenti della parola, Tirrenia Stampatori (Torino), pp.36-55.

CARPENTER, Andrew, 'Parnell and Early Eighteenth Century Irish Poetry', in Wright, V. 1, pp.142-60.

CLARK, Lauren, 'French and Irish Perspectives on Childhood Rebellion in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Advertising', see under C. LANGUAGE AND CULTURE: Maher & O'Brien, pp.59-78.

CLARK MITCHELL, D., & JARAZO ALVAREZ, R., eds., 'To Banish Ghost and Goblin': Papers along the Roeky Road to Ireland, Netbiblo (A Coruna), 204.

--, In the Wake of the Tiger: Irish Studies in the Twentieth-First Century, Netbiblo (A Coruna), 210.

COLLINS, Lucy, 'The Calligraphy of Swallows: Writing Birdlife in Contemporary Irish Poetry', in Green Letters, 12, pp.15-26.

--, 'Clearing the Air: Irish Women Poets and Environmental Change', in Strachan & O'Malley-Younger, pp.195.

CONNOLLY, Susan, 'Coming Out of the Forest (Making the Journey from First to Second Collection)', in Nogueira, Lojo & Palacios, pp.45-52.

CONRADIE, Jac, BEUKES, Marthinus, eds. and intr., FISCHER, Olga, & LJUNGBERG, Christina, eds., Signergy. Benjamins (Amsterdam), 420.

COOLAHAN, Mary-Louise, '"And this deponent further sayeth": Orality, Print and the 1641 Depositions', in Caball, Marc & Carpenter, Andrew, eds., Oral and Print Cultures in Ireland, 1600-1900, Four Courts (Dublin), pp. …

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