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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Identity Crisis

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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Seamus Heaney, Croppy, Protestantism

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In 1970s-he moved to the republic of ireland, giving up his academic post and becoming a full tiem writer w 3 young kids. It freed him to write more di
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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Maud Gonne, Irish Mythology, Easter Rising

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Yeats"s attitude is somewhat harsh, as he compares gonne with the infamously beautiful. And notoriously mischievous helen of troy. Like maud gonne, hel
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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Michael Longley, Vona Groarke, Microsoft Powerpoint

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4/9/19: old warriors looking at each other like lovers might, even though there"s a ceasefire, and they are both at peace. It"s still clear that there
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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Nora Barnacle, Gnomon, Lower Middle Class

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James joyce: joyce and yeats are often seen as mirror images of each other, however: He was known for his fifts there: eldest of 9 children, his father
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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Aran Islands

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Abbey theatre was the only place where classes could mingle freely. The play became a loud irish debate not a riot against the play. Those who criticiz
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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Easter Rising

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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Seamus Heaney

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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Maud Gonne, Constance Markievicz, Thomas Macdonagh

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7): the phrase "the casual comedy" is laden with sarcasm, pointing to an unnecessary loss of life (a point he picks up again in a later stanza) as well
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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Whatever You Say, Say Nothing, Seamus Heaney, Human Head

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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: The Playboy, Aran Islands

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It takes place in the early years of the twentieth century in the county mayo area of ireland. The setting is a pub owned by michael james. Flaherty an
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ENG 342RW Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Stolen Child, Maud Gonne, Irish Mythology

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But three things that remain constant: ireland, cultural nationalism and political nationalism, love for maude gonne, occult/ magic, some think it conn
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