Irelands in the Asia-Pacific
This exciting collection of essays by a group of eminent scholars explores the teaching and research of Irish literature in a region of the world that has scouted the attractions of western culture since the sixteenth century.
It is reasonably well known that in his own life-time W. B. Yeats was invited to take up a Professorship in Japan; that Ulysses has been translated at least three times into Chinese; that the plays of George Bernard Shaw apparently strike a chord with students in Hong Kong; that the fairy-tales of
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Shakespeare and the Irish Self
Not a disease but a social necessity Shaw and the Function
The Silver Mirror and the Woven VeilOscar Wilde
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