Irish poetry under the union, 1801-1924Published by : Cambridge University Press, 2013 (Cambridge) Physical details: ix , 252 p. 24 cm. ISBN:9781107044845; 9781107622845 (pbk. : alk. paper).
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-244) and index.
'The synthetic Irish thing' -- The ruptured ear: Irish accent, English poetry -- From Moore to Mahony: the transmigration of intellect -- Samuel Ferguson's maudlin jumble -- Mangan's golden years -- Letting the past be past: The English poet and Irish poem -- 'Spelt from Sibyl's leaves': Hopkins, Yeats and the unravelling of British poetry -- Violence and measure: Yeats after union.