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  • The Peripheral Centre: Writing History on the 'Western Fringe' 

    Ni Mhaonaigh, Maire
    Abstract History-writing has a central place in the rich, extensive literature of medieval Ireland and in depicting their past, learned authors employed their own vernacular creatively and confidently. The biblical and ...
  • Nuclear Theory Degree Zero, with two cheers for Derrida 

    Milne, Andrew Greg; Kinsella, J
    1 Coming to terms with the nuclear android. This is written on the verge. We have been set up by the holy grail of science, by the offer of a solution to diminishing resources, a solution to global war — the American ...
  • Poetry after Hiroshima? notes on nuclear implicature 

    Milne, Andrew Greg
    This essay explores the faultlines, poetic pressures and social structures of feeling determining poetry ‘after’ Hiroshima. Nuclear bombs, accidents and waste pose theoretical and poetic challenges. The argument outlines ...
  • The unprodigal prince?: Defining prodigality in the Henry IVs 

    Horbury, Ezra
    Since John Dover Wilson’s declaration that Prince Hal is a “prodigal prince”, critics have read the Henry IV plays as adaptations of the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15.11–32). Although the parable informs the plays, ...

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