I wouldn't start from here: The second-generation Irish in Britain
French, Ray, McCrory, Moy and Mckay, Kath 2019. I wouldn't start from here: The second-generation Irish in Britain. The Wild Geese Press.
|Authors||French, Ray, McCrory, Moy and Mckay, Kath|
The Wild Geese Press launches with a collection to showcase second-generation Irish writers in Britain. Not quite British, not quite Irish, through their essays, fiction and poetry about music, family, and history these distinguished writers explore questions of identity and belonging and ask the perennial question: where is home – here or Ireland? The writers gathered here hold up a mirror to the diverse and complicated experience of the Irish in Britain. The collection features essays, fiction and poetry from Elizabeth Baines, Maude Casey, Ray French, Maria C. McCarthy, Moy McCrory, Kath Mckay and John O’Donoghue and many more.
|Keywords||Irish; second-generation; British; fiction|
|Web address (URL)||http://hdl.handle.net/10545/625315|
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|Publication dates||08 Apr 2019|
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|Deposited||03 Nov 2020, 17:07|
|Publisher||The Wild Geese Press|
|Contributors||University of Derby|
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