The Field Day anthology of Irish writing

By Deane, Seamus & Carpenter, Andrew & Williams, Jonathan

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ISBN
978-0-39303-046-4
Publisher
Lawrence Hill, Derry, Northern Ireland : Field Day Publications ; 1991.


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Reviewed on December 1, 1991

Field Day was founded in Derry in 1980 to foster the rigorous intellectual critique of cultural ideas that in Northern Ireland were of more than merely academic interest. In 1985 the group announced preparation of an anthology of Irish writers over the past 500 years that would for the first time posit a plural rather than partisan view of issues that have wracked Belfast in particular for 20 years. Today Field Day, especially for its pamphlets and theater presentations, is a European model for engaged intelligentsia; the anthology appears as a three-volume, 4000-page accretion of writing on Ireland over...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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