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Locating Ireland in the fantastic fiction of Lord Dunsany

@inproceedings{Scott2011LocatingII,
  title={Locating Ireland in the fantastic fiction of Lord Dunsany},
  author={T. Scott},
  year={2011}
}
This thesis will locate the fantastic fiction of Lord Dunsany in a tradition of Irish writing, while simultaneously examining representations of Ireland within the texts themselves. Dunsany has been regarded – until now – as a marginal figure in Irish literature, but this study will show that he deserves a place in the canon. My research will demonstrate that, from his early involvement in the Abbey Theatre through to his late introspective novels set in Ireland, Dunsany throughout his life… 
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