Contemporary Irish Literature
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
Irish literature after World War II. Includes the effect of modernism, especially the legacy of Yeats and Joyce, the relevance of the term postmodernism, the renewal of formalism, Gaelic poetry in translation, form and nationality and/or gender. Comparative treatment of Irish literature in dialogue with English, American and continental European literature. Authors may include Beckett, MacNeice, Kavanagh, Hewitt, Montague, Brian Moore, Doyle, Johnston, O'Brien, Friel, Heaney, Mahon, Longley, Boland and McGuckian.
Note: Credit will be granted for only one of 433B, 433.
Formerly: part of 433
Undergraduate course in English offered by the Department of English in the Faculty of Humanities.