The article examines the abiding theme of exile in the contemporary Irish novel of the last deades of the 20th century and its transformations, which show a critical distancing from its stereotypical traits as a central myth and trope of Irish literary imagination.

Exilic Returns: Self and History Outside Ireland in Recent Irish Fiction

GEFTER WONDRICH, ROBERTA
2000

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The article examines the abiding theme of exile in the contemporary Irish novel of the last deades of the 20th century and its transformations, which show a critical distancing from its stereotypical traits as a central myth and trope of Irish literary imagination.
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IRISH UNIVERSITY REVIEW
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