Periodical Insurrections: Revival, Modernism, and the Irish Review
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SourceJournal of Modern Periodical Studies, 10, 1, (2019), pp. 129-156
Article / Letter to editor
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Engelse en Amerikaanse Letterkunde en Cultuur
Journal of Modern Periodical Studies
Known for having among its editors revolutionaries who died in the 1916 Easter Rising and for combining militant Manifestos of the Irish Volunteers with revivalist literary work, the Irish Review (1911-14) also engaged with wider modernist movements, trends, and periodical culture. Building on recent criticism on the periodical, on scholarship about Revival and modernist print cultures, and on archival material (editors’ letters, business correspondence, and ephemera), this essay illuminates the Review’s transnational and transatlantic connections with contemporaneous literary magazines in Ireland, Europe, and the USA. In the analysis of the Review’s contents and modus operandi, this essay draws attention to the Review as a critically neglected conduit that joins rather than separates revivalism and modernism.
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