By Tara Stubbs
Through shut readings and archival examine, American literature and Irish tradition, 191055 presents a balanced and dependent method of the learn of the complexities of yankee modernist writers' responses to eire. delivering new readings of ordinary literary figures together with Fitzgerald, Moore, O'Neill, Steinbeck and Stevens it makes for crucial studying for college kids and lecturers engaged on twentieth-century American and Irish literature and tradition, and transatlantic studies.
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