Envoy: A Review of Literature and Art and Post-War Irish Culture
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Citation:LINNIE, CONOR, Envoy: A Review of Literature and Art and Post-War Irish Culture, Trinity College Dublin.School of English.ENGLISH, 2018
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This thesis examines the Irish literary and visual art magazine Envoy: A Review of Literature and Art (1949-1951). It establishes the magazine as a key post-war site of transnational aspiration and activity at the beginning of a period of transition in Irish society toward greater international involvement and integration. The thesis argues that Envoy significantly contributed to the development of a range of cross-border, archipelagic, continental, and transatlantic connections and networks that variously stimulated, challenged, and ultimately expanded the dimensions of Irish cultural discourse and production.
Irish Research Council (IRC)
Author: LINNIE, CONOR
Publisher:Trinity College Dublin. School of English. Discipline of English
Type of material:Thesis
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Keywords:Irish Poetry, Irish Visual Art, Irish Art, Irish Periodical Culture, Envoy: A Review of Literature and Art, Little Magazines, Post-War Irish Culture, Irish Literature, Patrick Kavanagh, James Joyce, Nano Reid, Twentieth-Century Irish Literature, Mid-Twentieth-Century Irish Literature, Twentieth-Century Irish Poetry, Irish Modernism, Twentieth-Century Irish Art, Samuel Beckett, Art Writing, The Bell
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