Marisol Morales-Ladrón, ed. 2016. Family and Dysfunction in Contemporary Irish Narrative and Film

  • Auxiliadora Pérez-Vides Universidad de Huelva

Abstract

Book review

Author Biography

Auxiliadora Pérez-Vides, Universidad de Huelva
Auxiliadora Pérez-Vides is a lecturer in the Department of English, University of Huelva. She has published extensively on the intersection of gender, nation, family and social history in contemporary Irish fiction and cinema. Her current research interests focus on Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries, the repression of institutionalised bodies and John Banville’s crime fiction as Benjamin Black.

References

Altuna García de Salazar, Asier. 2017. Ireland and Dysfunction: Critical Explorations in Irish Literature and Film. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars.

Hanafin, Patrick. 2000. “Legal Texts as Cultural Documents: Interpreting the Irish Constitution.” In Writing in the Irish Republic: Literature, Culture, Politics, 1949-1999, edited by Ray Rayan, 147-164. London: Macmillan.

O’Toole, Fintan. 1994. Black Hole, Green Card: The Disappearance of Ireland. Dublin: New Island Books.

Richards, Maura. 1998. Single Issue. Dublin: Poolbeg.

Published
2017-12-19
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Reviews