Item description for New Dubliners: Original Stories Celebrating 100 Years of Joyce's Dubliners by Oona Frawley, Christopher J. H. Wright, Albert Raffelt, Harvey D. Egan, Allison Peters Quinn, Elizabeth Kawasaki, Robert Boyd, Erika Sausverde & Szaulius Ambrazas...
Overview Presents a collection of short stories set in Dublin by such authors as Roddy Doyle, Maeve Binchy, Anthony Glavin, and Frank McGuinnes.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher Pegasus Books
ISBN 1933648090 ISBN13 9781933648095
Availability 0 units.
More About Oona Frawley, Christopher J. H. Wright, Albert Raffelt, Harvey D. Egan, Allison Peters Quinn, Elizabeth Kawasaki, Robert Boyd, Erika Sausverde & Szaulius Ambrazas
Born in New York, where she received a doctorate from the City University of New York, Oona Frawley is currently a Fellow at the Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University, Belfast. She is the author of Irish Pastoral: Nature and Nostalgia in 20th Century Irish Literature and editor of A New & Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce's Dubliners.
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Strange new Dublin Mar 30, 2007
"New Dubliners" is a collection of short stories by Irish writers. It was put together to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Joyce's "Dubliners." When Joyce was alive, Dublin was the armpit of Europe. Poor and dirty and strewn with tenements, Joyce captures this world perfectly.
One hundred years later and Dublin has the fastest growing economy in Europe and for the first time in its history has to deal with immigrants--people actually want to come to the small island. Like "Dubliners," "New Dubliners" is a series of snapshots of the city. Rich with new money, poor, riding horses and fighting for jobs or wives who just want to get out. "New Dubliners" is a must read for any lover of short stories. It's also essential to learning about this strange and vibrant city.