The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories

The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories

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Oxford University Press
What began simply in Ireland as entertainment and communication through the spoken word soon grew into an extraordinary literary form unmatched in any other country. The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories triumphantly demonstrates the development of the short story in Ireland--from the early folk tales of the oral tradition (here translated from the Irish) to the writing of Oliver Goldsmith, Oscar Wilde, and James Joyce. William Trevor, himself a distinguished short story writer, brings a special sensibility and awareness to his role as editor as he presents stories by Maria Edgeworth, Elizabeth Bowen, Liam O'Flaherty and such modern rising stars as Edna O'Brian, Desmond Hogan, and Joyce Cary. This wide-ranging collection of forty-five stories will certainly serve to entertain and enrich our understanding of this unique literary genre.

Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001, c1989
ISBN: 9780192801937
0192801937
Characteristics: xvi, 567 p. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Trevor, William 1928-2016

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