Narratives of the Unspoken in Contemporary Irish Fiction

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Chapter 1: Introduction: Silences that Speak.- Chapter 2: Conspicuously Silent: The excesses of Religion and Medicine in Emma Donoghue’s historical novels The Wonder and The Pull of the Stars.- Chapter 3: “To Pick up the unsaid, and perhaps unknown, wishes”: Reimagining the “True Stories” of the Past in Evelyn Conlon’s Not the Same Sky.-  Chapter 4: “He’s been wanting to say that for a long time”: Varieties of Silence in Colm Tóibín’s Fiction.- Chapter 5: The Irish Short Story and the Aesthetics of Silence.- Chapter 6: Infinite Spaces: Kevin Barry’s Lives of Quiet Desperation.- Chapter 7: The Silencing of Speranza.- Chapter 8: “A self-interested silence”: Silences Identified and Broken in Peter Lennon’s Rocky Road to Dublin (1967).- Chapter 9: Silence in Donal Ryan’s Fiction.- Chapter 10: “Sure, aren’t the church doing their best?” Breaking Consensual Silence in Emer Martin’s The Cruelty Men.- Chapter 11: Unspeakable Injuries and Neoliberal Subjectivities in Sally Rooney’s Conversations with Friends and Normal People.

Narratives of the Unspoken in Contemporary Irish Fiction

Silences that Speak

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M. Teresa Caneda-Cabrera
is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Vigo, Spain. She is the author of a monograph on
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
and sits on the Editorial Board of 
European Joyce Studies
. Her research on silence and vulnerability in contemporary Irish fiction has been funded by the Spanish MCIN, AEI and ERDF. She is the co-editor of
Atlantic Communities: Translation, Mobility, Hospitality
(2023) and the editor of
Telling Truths: Evelyn Conlon and the Task of Writing
(2023)


José Carregal-Romero
 lectures at the University of Huelva, Spain. His research focuses on the intersections between gender and sexuality in contemporary Irish literature, with a keen interest in silence and vulnerability. He is the co-editor of
Revolutionary Ireland, 1916-2016: Historical Facts & Social Transformations Re-Assessed
(2020) and the author of
Queer Whispers: Gay and Lesbian Voices of Irish Fiction
(2021).



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Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

20.06.2023

Herausgeber

M. Teresa Caneda-Cabrera + weitere

Verlag

Springer

Seitenzahl

246

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Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

20.06.2023

Herausgeber

Verlag

Springer

Seitenzahl

246

Maße (L/B/H)

21/14,8/1,5 cm

Gewicht

356 g

Auflage

1st ed. 2023

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-3-031-30457-6

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  • Narratives of the Unspoken in Contemporary Irish Fiction

  • Chapter 1: Introduction: Silences that Speak.- Chapter 2: Conspicuously Silent: The excesses of Religion and Medicine in Emma Donoghue’s historical novels The Wonder and The Pull of the Stars.- Chapter 3: “To Pick up the unsaid, and perhaps unknown, wishes”: Reimagining the “True Stories” of the Past in Evelyn Conlon’s Not the Same Sky.-  Chapter 4: “He’s been wanting to say that for a long time”: Varieties of Silence in Colm Tóibín’s Fiction.- Chapter 5: The Irish Short Story and the Aesthetics of Silence.- Chapter 6: Infinite Spaces: Kevin Barry’s Lives of Quiet Desperation.- Chapter 7: The Silencing of Speranza.- Chapter 8: “A self-interested silence”: Silences Identified and Broken in Peter Lennon’s Rocky Road to Dublin (1967).- Chapter 9: Silence in Donal Ryan’s Fiction.- Chapter 10: “Sure, aren’t the church doing their best?” Breaking Consensual Silence in Emer Martin’s The Cruelty Men.- Chapter 11: Unspeakable Injuries and Neoliberal Subjectivities in Sally Rooney’s Conversations with Friends and Normal People.