Transnationalising the Irish Canon through Contemporary Feminist Psychoanalysis

By Lauren Cassidy Ireland has often been referred to as a nation of storytellers, and there is perhaps some validity to the claim. Throughout Irish canonical tradition, writers have consistently sought to evince the psychology of their nation; its culture; its idiosyncrasies; its identity. Although an island, Ireland has never been isolated. With a longContinue reading “Transnationalising the Irish Canon through Contemporary Feminist Psychoanalysis”