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Edmund Spenser, Donnchadh ‘an tSneachta’ Mac Craith and the writing of violence
by Deirdre Nic Chárthaigh

Recent developments in the study of Renaissance Ireland, including the study of Spenser’s Irish context, have seen efforts to engage more fully with the parallel literary tradition of Gaelic Ireland. These efforts, however, are the exception rather than the rule, and reference to Irish language literature is still all too rare and peripheral. Read more…


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Deirdre Nic Chárthaigh, "Edmund Spenser, Donnchadh ‘an tSneachta’ Mac Craith and the writing of violence," Spenser Review (Spring-Summer 2022). Accessed April 17th, 2024.
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