Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2002

Table of Contents

From: The Yale Journal of Criticism

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Contributors

pp. 221-222
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Articles

Preface

pp. 1-2
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Moy Sand and Gravel

p. 3
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In Conversation with Stephen Rea

pp. 5-19
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Stephen Rea: Select Film and Stage Credits

p. 21
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The Theater of Irish Cinema

pp. 23-58
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The Memories of "The Dead"

pp. 59-97
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James Joyce's "The Dead" and Bret Harte's Gabriel Conroy: The Nature of the Feast

pp. 99-126
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"The Cracked Looking Glass" Of Cinema: James Joyce, John Huston, and the Memory of "The Dead"

pp. 127-148
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Tradition, Gender, and Migration in "The Dead," or: How Many People Has Gretta Conroy Killed?

pp. 149-171
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Irish Choreo-Cinema: Dancing at the Crossroads of Language and Performance

pp. 173-184
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Virgins and Mothers: Sinead O'Connor, Neil Jordan, and The Butcher Boy

pp. 185-210
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Comment: On Art and Nationalism

pp. 211-216
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Flickless in Dublin

pp. 217-219
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