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Author: Tom Paulin
ISBN13: 978-0906427644
Title: Ireland and the English Crisis
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: Dufour Editions (April 1, 1988)
Pages: 224

Ireland and the English Crisis by Tom Paulin

His plays include The Riot Act: A Version of Sophocles' Antigone, which toured Ireland in 1984, and All the Way to the Empire Room which was broadcast by the BBC in 1994. His latest book is The Secret Life of Poems (2007). Tom Paulin lives in Oxford with his wife and two sons.

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Around 1980, Tom Paulin sensibly stopped believing that Northern Ireland ought to stay permanently wedded to Great Britain. So he tells us, at least, in Ireland and the English Crisis. He lost his faith in Conor Cruise O’Brien and the Civil Rights movement, and started sympathizing with John Hume and reading Irish history again. He became committed, he writes, to an idea of identity which has as yet no formal or institutional existence. It assumes the existence of a non-sectarian, republican state which comprises the whole island of Ireland  . The result is a book that offers not only literary but cultural criticism. That criticism is perhaps the more acute for what must at present seem to be its forlornness.

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His latest collection is The Road to Inver: Translations, Versions and Imitations 1975-2003 (2004), which brings together work from four decades. His non-fiction includes Ireland and the English Crisis (1984), Minotaur: Poetry and the Nation State (1992), The Day-Star of Liberty: William Hazlitt's Radical Style (1998), a critical study of the nineteenth-century essayist and radical, and (with Amit. Chaudhuri), D. H. Lawrence and "Difference": The Poetry of the Present (2003), a study exploring Lawrence's position as a 'foreigner' in the English canon  . which] Tom Paulin’s copious linguistic resources prove themselves up to the task in hand’.

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Tom Paulin, Ireland and the English Crisis (Bloodaxe Books, 1985). Lucy McDiarmid, Saving Civilization: Yeats, Eliot, and Auden between the Wars (Cambridge University Press, 1984) pp. 144. Andrew Gibson. Published: 1 January 1987. in Yeats Annual No. 5. Yeats Annual No. 5 pp 272-276; doi:10.

In his 1998 book on William Hazlitt, The Day-Star Of Liberty, Tom Paulin drew attention to the changing meaning of the word "nervous". While nowadays it signifies timidity and anxiety, he explains, in Hazlitt's time it meant, "sinewy, muscular, vigorous, strong". When applied as a critical term, he adds, it carried "connotations of a lean, fit republicanism". Collected essays: Ireland And The English Crisis 1985; Minotaur '92; Writing To The Moment '96. Drama: The Riot Act 1985; The Hillsborough Script '87; Seize The Fire '90. Poetry: A State Of Justice 1977; The Strange Museum '80; Liberty Tree '83; Fivemiletown '87; Walking A Line '95; The Wind Dog '99; The Invasion Handbook 2002. The Invasion Handbook by Tom Paulin is published by Faber price £1. 9.

Paulin, Tom. Publication Date. Essays on Irish and English literature. Topics covered inlcude: how writers react to political and cultural upheaval from James Joyce in colonial Ireland to W. Auden in the England of the 1930s; literary theory and English studies including deconstruction; a polemic against Conor Cruise O'Brien; a study of literary identity including the Englishness of D. Lawrence, John le Carré, and Henry James, and the. Anglo-Irishness of Oscar Wilde, William Trevor and Louis Macneice.

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