AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis book chapter examines the representation of the Great Famine in literary texts from 1846-1896, including novels and short stories by William Carleton, Margaret Brew, Louise Field, Emily Fox, Mary Anne Hoare, T. O'Neill Russell, Anthony Trollope and W. G. Wills, and poetry by Jane Francesca Wilde, Thomas D'Arcy McGee and James Clarence Mangan, among others.
CitationIn Julia M. Wright (Ed.), A companion to Irish literature, volume one (pp. 444-459). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
DescriptionThis is the author's accepted PDF version of an book chapter published in In Julia M. Wright (Ed.), A companion to Irish literature, volume one (pp. 444-459). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, © 2010.
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