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Ireland's Women

Writings Past and Present

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Ireland's Women by Katie Donovan
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Description

Modern Irish women are outspoken about the issues that rouse their passion--love and sex, marriage and divorce, abortion and adoption. As Katie Donovan says in her introduction: "Our selection is intended to give the reader a taste of the varied spectrum, from the courtly praise of men to swinish male chauvinism; from women's declarations of outrage against church and state to their celebrations of childbirth and motherhood." This book celebrates the vast range of women's thought and activity, their spirituality, and their passions The women who appear in this collection are both well known and unknown, real and invented. The editors have drawn freely upon translations of the mythological tales and later Irish poems, upon letters, biographies, and newspapers as well as prose and poetry, plays, recordings and songs, in order to present a complex multilayered and richly rewarding view of Ireland's women

Author Biography

Katie Donovan is a poet and journalist. She worked for the Irish Times for 13 years as a journalist in the Features department. She qualified as an Amatsu practitioner (a form of Japanese osteopathy) and now combines this work with part-time lecturing in Creative Writing at IADT, Dun Laoghaire. Her poems have appeared in numerous periodicals and anthologies in Ireland, the UK, and the US. A. Norman Jeffares was born in Dublin, Ireland, and now lives in Scotland. He is the author and editor of numerous books on Irish literature. Brendan Kennelly is an Irish poet and novelist. He was Professor of Modern Literature at Trinity College Dublin until 2005. He is now retired and occasionally tours the USA as a university lecturer.
Release date Australia
February 17th, 1996
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
W. W. Norton & Company
Pages
576
Dimensions
139x210x25
ISBN-13
9780393313604
Product ID
4355430

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