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Plan 239 Lic. en Filología Inglesa
Asignatura 43360 LITERATURA ANGLOIRLANDESA
Grupo
1
Presentación
Estudio detallado de la literatura irlandesa escrita en lengua inglesa, además de las nociones pertinentes sobre la
historia, cultura, geografía y vida irlandesas
Programa Básico
Programa básico: Panorama literario de la Literatura Anglo-irlandesa desde sus comienzos hasta el presente teniendo
en cuenta los contextos históricos, culturales y sociales en los que se desarrolla.
Objetivos
An overview of Anglo-Irish Literature from its beginnings until the present day, with, obviously, a stronger emphasis on
the modern amd conntemporary aspects. We will also take into account the historical, cultural, linguistic and social
contexts in which this literature was conceived.
Programa de Teoría
I.
1st Period: Literature written in Gaelic. From the earliest times until the Norman Invasion. Tales, Sagas, Lyric
poetry.
II.
2nd Period: From the Norman Invasion until 19th century. Co-existence of two literatures: one in Gaelic and
one in English. Includes Poetry, Prose & Drama.
III.
3rd Period: Nineteenth century. Literature written almost exclusively in English. Poetry, Prose and Drama.
IV.
4th Period: Literature written mainly in English. Poetry Prose and Drama.
Programa Práctico
The practical aspect of the subject will consist in the active participation of students in the class activities, as well as
the possibility of oral exposition of some selected theme in class.
Evaluación
There will be one written exam at the end of the course. It will consist of short-type questions covering all aspects of
the work studied,including, literature culture, history geography, etc., which must be answered in English) and in-depth
questions about specific themes (which may be answered in Spanish or English). It is necessary to pass both parts of
the exam at the same time, as the marks cannot be held over from January to September. Attendance at class is of
prime importance and will be taken into account in the overall assessment. Also important is participation in class
activities, as the class work forms the basis of the exam.
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Bibliografía
The greater part of the work the students will study will be in the form of extracts from individual authors. There will be
two set books, one of which will be a book of short stories or a short novel. Apart from these, students are
recommended to acquaint themselves with a history of Anglo-Irish literature, such as:
* McHUGH, R. & Maurice Harmon: "A Short History of Anglo-Irish Literature". Wolfhound (Dublin) 1982.
* JEFFARES, A. N.: "Anglo-Irish Literature", MacMillan (London), 1982.
Other recommemded books for consultation are:
* MONTAGUE, J. (Ed.), "The Faber Book of Irish Verse", Faber, (London), 1974.
*PIERCE, David (Ed., "Irish Writing in the Twentieth Century. A Reader"
* TOIBÏN, Colm (Ed.), "The Penguin Book of Irish Fiction", Penguin (Harmondsworth), 1999.
* WARD, Patrick, "Exile, Emigration and Irish Writing"
* WELCH, Robert (Ed.), "The Oxford Companion to Irish Literature", O.U.P (Oxford), 1996.
Among books of contemporary literary criticism,we would recommend:
*CORCORAN, Neil: After Yeats & Joyce: Reading Modern Irish Literature, O.U.P. , 1997
* HUNT MAHONY, Christina: Contemporary Irish Literature, Macmillan, 1998
*FALLIS, Richard: The Irish Renaissance, Gil & Macmillan, 1978
*KIBERD, Declan: Inventing Ireland, Vintage, 1996
*TODD, Loreto, The Language of Irish Literature, Macmillan, 1989
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