Issue 15 (2020) | Contents

Articles

Understanding and Mis-understanding in Language in Brian O’Nolan’s An Béal Bocht and Cruiskeen Lawn

Comprensión e incomprensión en el lenguaje en An Béal Bocht y Cruiskeen Lawn, de Brian O’Nolan.


Julieta Abella
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Pages: 1-12
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9290

“Portals of Discovery”: Historical Allusions in Joyce’s Portrait

“Portales de descubrimiento”: Alusiones históricas en Portrait, de James Joyce.


María-Ángeles Conde-Parrilla
Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain
Pages: 13-25
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9296

“Cannot an Irishman be a good man?”: Maria Edgeworth’s “The Limerick Gloves” (1804) as a Tale of Irish Identity

“¿Es que no puede un irlandés ser un buen hombre?” “The Limerick Gloves” (1804) de Maria Edgeworth como relato sobre la identidad irlandesa.


Carmen María Fernández-Rodríguez
EOI A Coruña, Spain
Pages: 26-38
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9304

Disrupting Colonial Views: Savvy Nabobs, Oriental Dreams. Colonial Appropriations in J.C. Mangan’s “An Extraordinary Adventure in the Shades” and “The Thirty Flasks”

Distorsionando visiones coloniales: Nababs espabilados, sueños orientales. Apropiaciones coloniales en “An Extraordinary Adventure in the Shades” y “The Thirty Flasks”, de J.C. Mangan.


Richard Jorge Fernández
European University of the Atlantic, Spain
Pages: 39-50
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9310

Staging the Outcast in Brendan Behan’s Three Prison Dramas

Subiendo a escena a los marginados en tres obras de teatro sobre prisión de Brendan Behan.


Wei H. Kao
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Pages: 51-61
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9316

The “Production” of “Reflection”: Adolescent Choices in John McGahern’s The Dark

La “producción” de “reflexión”: elecciones adolescentes en The Dark, de John McGahern.


Martin Keaveney
National University of Ireland, Galway
Pages: 62-72
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9351

Heaney and American Poetry: The California Narrative

Heaney y la poesía americana: La narración de California.


Christopher Laverty
Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland
Pages: 73-86
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9323

“Teresa speaks to poets”: Mystical Experience, Apology and Literary Creation in Kate O’Brien’s Teresa of Ávila

“Teresa habla a los poetas”: Experiencia mística, apología y creación literaria en Teresa of Ávila, de Kate O’Brien.


Pilar Somacarera-Íñigo
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Pages: 87-100
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9329

Place-lore in the Mélusine Narrative from Irish Tradition

Sabiduría tradicional sobre lugares en las narraciones sobre Melusina dentro de la tradición irlandesa.


Tiziana Soverino
Crumlin College of Further Education, Ireland
Pages: 101-115
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9335

Echo’s Bones and Samuel Beckett’s Early Aesthetics: “The Vulture”, “Alba” and “Dortmunder” as Poetic Manifestos

Echo’s Bones y la estética inicial de Samuel Beckett: “The Vulture”, “Alba” y “Dortmunder” como manifiestos poéticos.


Sławomir Studniarz
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
Pages: 116-129
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9357

El arte por el dolor: resemantización estética de la crueldad en “The Birthday of the Infanta” de Oscar Wilde

Art for Grief’s Sake: Aesthetic Resignifying of Cruelty in Oscar Wilde’s “The Birthday of the Infanta”.


Eduardo Valls Oyarzun
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Pages: 130-142
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9365

“A Pint of Plain is Your Only Man”: Masculinities and the Pub in Twentieth Century Irish Fiction

“Una pinta de cerveza es tu único amigo”: Masculinidades y pubs en la ficción irlandesa del siglo XX.


Loic Wright
University College Dublin, Ireland
Pages: 143-155
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9371

Interview

“Stretching the Imagination into another World”: An Interview with Eibhear Walshe

“Estirando la imaginación hasta otro mundo”: Una entrevista con Eibhear Walshe.


Pilar Villar-Argáiz
University of Granada, Spain
Pages: 156-162
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9386

“Folklore seeks out the things that are not permitted in official discourse”. An Interview with Lillis Ó Laoire

“El folclore saca a la luz aquello que no está permitido en el discurso official”: Una entrevista con Lillis Ó Laoire.


José Francisco Fernández
University of Almería, Spain
Pages: 163-174
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9393

Think Piece

Are my Stars from Ireland? Reflections on an Irish-American Experience

¿Vienen de Irlanda mis estrellas? Reflexiones sobre una experiencia americanoirlandesa


Michael Coffey
Independent scholar, writer
Pages: 175-177
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9400

Translation

Introductory Essay. “Resisting Power and Direction”: The King of Spain’s Daughter by Teresa Deevy as a Feminist Call to Action

“Resistiéndose al poder y a la dirección”: La hija del rey de España, de Teresa Deevy, como una llamada feminista a la acción”.


Úna Kealy
Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Pages: 178-192
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9406

Translation of The King of Spain’s Daughter (1935), by Teresa Deevy

Traducción de La hija del rey de España (1935), de Teresa Deevy.


Andrés Romera
Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Pages: 193-221
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9413

The Year in Review

IRISH STUDIES IN SPAIN – 2019

Los estudios irlandeses en España en 2019


María Losada Friend
University of Huelva, Spain
Pages: 222-241
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9426

IRISH STUDIES ROUND THE WORLD – 2019

Los estudios irlandeses alrededor del mundo – 2019


Christina Hunt Mahony
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Pages: 242-276
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9477

IRISH FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES PUBLICATIONS

Publicaciones sobre cine y medios de comunicación en Irlanda – 2019


Ciara Chambers
University College Cork, Ireland
Pages: 277-295
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9527

IRISH FILM AND TELEVISION – 2019

Cine y televisión irlandeses – 2019


Roddy Flynn | Tony Tracy
School of Communications, Dublin City University, Ireland | NUI Galway, Ireland
Pages: 296-329
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https://doi.org/10.24162/EI2020-9568