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Regionalisation and Globalization in Irish Drama since 1990
The impact of globalisation on Irish theatre since the early 1990s has been considerable. A study of four recent Irish plays, all produced by "regional" theatre companies, suggests that contemporary Irish theatre is dominated ...
Anthony Trollope's Palliser novels and anti-Irish prejudice
(Center for Irish Studies at the University of St. Thomas, 2007)
It is by now taken as axiomatic that representations of Irish characters in Victorian literature were generally negative. However, as Roy Foster shows, they were not universally so; we find one example of a positive treatment ...