María Losada-Friend, Auxiliadora Pérez-Vides and Pilar Ron-Vaz, eds. 2016. Words of Crisis, Crisis of Words: Ireland and the Representation of Critical Times.

  • Marta Ramon Garcia Universidad de Oviedo


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Author Biography

Marta Ramon Garcia, Universidad de Oviedo
Marta Ramón García is a lecturer at the Department of English, French and German Philology at the University of Oviedo. She specialises in nineteenth-century Irish nationalism. Her main full-length publications are the monograph A Provisional Dictator: James Stephens and the Fenian Movement (Dublin, 2007) and the edition of James Fintan Lalor’s writings The Faith of a Felon and Other Writings (Dublin, 2012).


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