Irish Women Writers and the Modern Short Story by Elke D'hoker PDF

By Elke D'hoker

This ebook strains the improvement of the trendy brief tale within the fingers of Irish ladies writers from the Eighteen Nineties to the present. George Egerton, Somerville and Ross, Elizabeth Bowen, Mary Lavin, Edna O’Brien, Anne Enright and Claire Keegan are just many of the many Irish girls writers who've made lasting contributions to the style of the trendy brief tale - but their achievements have frequently been marginalized in literary histories, which usually outline the Irish brief tale when it comes to its oral history, nationalist matters, rural realism and outsider-hero. via a close research of the fast fiction of fifteen well-liked writers, this examine goals to open up this serious conceptualization of the Irish brief tale to the formal homes and thematic issues ladies writers carry to the style. What stands proud in thematic phrases is an abiding curiosity in human family, even if of affection, the kinfolk or the bigger neighborhood. In formal phrases, this booklet strains the final improvement of the Irish brief tale, highlighting either the traces of effect that attach those writers and the explicit use every one person writer makes of the fast tale form. 

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