Revolutionary Bodies: Homoeroticism and the Political Imagination in Irish Writing
An ambitious and wide-ranging study of the Irish gay novel, not merely in relation to a broader Irish political and historical narrative, but also a global one of increasing neoliberal domination legitimated by liberal social politics. -- .
Michael G. Cronin
- Manchester University Press
- 240 pages
- United Kingdom
- Literary studies: from c 1900 -