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Narratives of Class in New Irish and Scottish Literature: by M. McGlynn

By M. McGlynn

This publication argues that the outskirts of towns became areas for a brand new literature past limitations of conventional notions of state, classification, and gender. contains discussions of Booker Prize winners Roddy Doyle and James Kelman.

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