Alex Pryce, “Ambiguous Silences? Women in Anthologies of Contemporary Northern Irish Poetry”, Peer English 9 (2014).
This article considers how anthologies of poetry published in the contemporary era in Northern Ireland can be seen as agents of exclusion for women writers at the same time as these anthologies were effectively instating a post– 1960s canon and restating a generational dimension for which poetry from the North of Ireland would become known. In drawing on the broad context of anthology publication, this article examines how female poets are absent from an otherwise thriving literary culture.
“Selective traditions: feminism and the poetry of Colette Bryce, Leontia Flynn and Sinead Morrissey”, University of Oxford, DPhil (2014).
Particular emphasis on the works of Colette Bryce, Leontia Flynn and Sinead Morrissey
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