Irish Orientalism: A Literary and Intellectual History

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Syracuse University Press, May 1, 2004 - Literary Criticism - 478 pages
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Centuries before W. B. Yeats wove Indian, Japanese, and Irish forms together in his poetry and plays, Irish writers found kinships in Asian and West Asian cultures. This book maps the unacknowledged discourse of Irish Orientalism within Ireland's complex colonial heritage.
 

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Contents

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Joseph Lennon, associate professor of English at Manhattan College in New York City, has published poetry and essays on Irish, Indian, and British literature and culture.

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