Pain is as open to ongoing redefinition as the Ireland that features in all of the essays gathered here. This collection offers new paradigms for understanding Ireland’s literary and cultural history.
|Title of host publication||The Body in Pain in Irish Literature and Culture|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 06 Dec 2016|
Garden, A. (2016). ‘“Intertextual quotation”: Troubled Irish bodies and Jewish textual memory in Colum McCann’s “Cathal’s Lake” and “Hunger Strike”’. In The Body in Pain in Irish Literature and Culture (pp. 167-182). Springer.