Technology in Irish Literature and Culture
Using accessible language and examples, this volume examines how certain technologies, selected for their social significance, have influenced literary practices and cultural production Ireland, while also examining how technology has been embraced as a theme by Irish writers, from early Irish literature to the most contemporary fiction.
Margaret Kelleher (University College Dublin); James O'Sullivan (University College Cork)
- Cambridge University Press
- 400 pages
- United Kingdom
- Literary theory