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by M. Hallissy

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Author:
M. Hallissy
ISBN13:
978-1403970909
ISBN:
1403970904
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Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan; 2006 edition (April 19, 2006)
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History & Criticism
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The main characters in these novels are hyphenated people: Americans who think of themselves as Irish but have little experience of Ireland or of the Irish people. Reading Irish-American Fiction explores novels by Thomas Moran, Lisa Carey, Katherine Weber, Alice McDermott, and Mary Gordon against the background of the mythological, folkloric, historical, and literary past of Ireland. The study examines the way in which the conjunction and disjunction between Irish and American cultures generate a divided sense of self within the American characters.

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This study offers a reading of five modern novels in which the dual identity of Irish-Americans is a central issue. The main characters in these novels are hyphenated people: Americans who think of themselves as Irish but have little experience of Ireland or of the Irish people.

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This is a work of fiction, not a guidebook. While the geography of the United States of America in this tale is not entirely imaginary-many of the landmarks in this book can be visited, paths can be followed, ways can be mapped-I have taken liberties. Fewer liberties than you might imagine, but liberties nonetheless. Irish-Americans remember the fairies, Norwegian-Americans the nisser, Greek-Americans the vrykólakas, but only in relation to events remembered in the Old Country. Shadow had done three years in prison. He was big enough and looked don’t-fuck-with-me enough that his biggest problem was killing time.

This book analyzes five novels, all published between 1989 and 1999, in which the main characters are 'hyphenated people': Americans who are ancestrally joined to, yet realistically separated from, the Irish. Hallissy explores why these characters think of themselves as Irish, though they have know little of Ireland or its people.