This book brings together a number of established Flann O’Brien scholars (Keith Hopper, Joseph Brooker, Jennika Baines, Neil Murphy, Thierry Robin) Joyceans (John McCourt, Thomas Jackson Rice), authors (Julian Gough), translators (Adrian Otoiu) and emerging Flann scholars to broaden and develop the critical space opened up by various conferences and events held during the Flann O’Brien centenary year. This will be achieved by re-drafting the Flann O’Brien canon, considering him in new and broader inter/national contexts and by testing the previously under-explored range of critical perspectives through which his work may be profitably approached.
|Place of Publication||Cork, Ireland|
|Number of pages||278|
|State||Published - 1 Jan 2014|
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Arts and Humanities(all)
- O'Brien, Flann -- 1911-1966 -- Criticism and interpretation