William Carleton, Folklore, the Famine, and the Irish Supernatural
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis article examines the significance of the supernatural in the works of the nineteenth-century Irish author William Carleton, and in particular the ways in which his grounding in folklore and his reflection of the Great Famine are important in his work.
CitationFegan, M. (2015). William Carleton, Folklore, the Famine, and the Irish Supernatural. Supernatural Studies, Special Issue: The Supernatural in the Long Nineteenth Century, 2(2), 161-173.
PublisherSupernatural Studies Association
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