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The future of Northern Irish poetry: Fragility, contingency, value and beauty
This article explores the work of three contemporary Northern Irish poets, Leontia Flynn, Sinéad Morrissey and Alan Gillis, asking how this work relates to fragility as experienced in Northern
Northern Irish Elegy
This thesis proposes that Northern Irish elegy is a distinctive genre of contemporary poetry, which has developed during the years of the Troubles, and has continued to be adapted and defined during
Remembering and Dismembering: Ciaran Carson's Elegies for Belfast
This essay considers poems from two of Ciaran Carson's recent volumes of poetry, Breaking News and Until Before After, both in terms of their poetic form and their relationship to the traditional