Land and Landscape in Nineteenth-Century Ireland
This collection in the Nineteenth-Century Ireland Series focuses on the ways in which visitors to Ireland -- but also the Irish themselves -- viewed Irish land and landscape. Contents: Francesca Benatti (NUIG), Land and landscape in the Dublin Penny Journal, 1832-3; Maura Cronin (Mary I), Popular ballads in pre-Famine Ireland; Laura Dabundo (Kennesaw State U), Irish landscape in novels by Maria Edgeworth and Sydney Owenson; Susan Egenolf (Texas A & M U), Salvator Rosa and The Wild Irish Girl; Irene Furlong (NUIM), The landscape for all - no penny-in-the-slot at the Giant's Causeway; Andrew J. Garavel (Santa Clara U), Land and landscape in the fiction of Somerville & Ross; Glenn Hooper (U Aberdeen), Landscape and travel in 19th-century Ireland; Siobh?n Jones (U San Diego), Land agitation in southern Irish loyalist propaganda; William H. Mulligan, Jr (Murray State U), The Irish landscape as seen by mining promoters, 1835-80; James H. Murphy (De Paul U), The O'Donoghue (1845); M?ir?n N? Cheallaigh (U.C.Dublin), Field~monuments in 19th-century Ireland; Mary S. Pierse (UCC), The Untilled Field (1903) and The Lake (1905); Oonagh Walsh (U Aberdeen), Landscape and insanity in 19th-century Ireland; Toni Wein (California State U), Charles Robert Maturin and the subliming of Ireland.
Publication Date: 4/30/2008