Abstract

abstract:

Known for having among its editors revolutionaries who died in the 1916 Easter Rising and for combining militant Manifestos of the Irish Volunteers with revivalist literary work, The Irish Review (1911–14) also engaged with wider modernist movements and trends. Building on recent criticism on the periodical, on scholarship about Revival and modernist print cultures, and on archival material (editors’ letters, business correspondence, and ephemera), this essay illuminates the Review’s transnational and transatlantic connections with contemporaneous literary periodicals in Ireland, Europe, and the USA. By analyzing its significant modernist content, the essay will also examine the Review’s approach to modernist poetics.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2152-9272
Print ISSN
1947-6574
Pages
pp. 129-156
Launched on MUSE
2020-02-05
Open Access
No
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