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100 1  Norquay, Glenda 
245 10 Across the margins :|bCultural identity 
264  1 Manchester :|bManchester University Press,|c2002 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    1 online resource (224 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Notes on contributors -- 
       Acknowledgements -- Introduction: crossing the margins 
       (GLENDA NORQUAY and GERRY SMYTH) -- PART I Theorising 
       identities across the Atlantic archipelago -- 1 'Ireland, 
       verses, Scotland: crossing the (English) language barrier'
       (WILLY MALEY) -- 2 'A warmer memory': speaking of Ireland 
       (COLIN GRAHAM) -- 3 'Where do you belong?': de-scribing 
       Imperial identity from alien to migrant (PETER CHILDS) -- 
       4 Gender and nation: debatable lands and passable 
       boundaries (AILEEN CHRISTIANSON) -- 5 The Union and Jack: 
       British masculinities, pomophobia, and the post-nation 
       (BERTHOLD SCHOENE) -- PART II Cultural negotiations -- 6 
       Paper margins: the 'outside' in poetry in the 1980s and 
       1990s (LINDEN PEACH) -- 7 Sounding out the margins: 
       ethnicity and popular music in British cultural studies 
       (SEAN CAMPBELL) -- 8 Cool enough for Lou Reed?: The plays 
       of Ed Thomas and the cultural politics of South Wales 
       (SHAUN RICHARDS) -- 9 Waking up in a different place: 
       contemporary Irish and Scottish fiction (GLENDA NORQUAY 
       AND GERRY SMYTH) -- 10 Finding Scottish art (MURDO 
       MACDONALD) -- Bibliography -- Index 
520    Contributors to this text discuss what it is to be British
       or Irish, and how people come to describe themselves as 
       such. The study offers a comparative, theoretically 
       informed analysis of the cultural formation of the 
       Atlantic Archipelago, working across the disciplines of 
       history, geography, literature and cultural studies. It 
       also includes specific case-studies on contemporary poetry,
       fiction, drama, popular music and art. The essaye respond 
       to recent constitutional developments in Great Britain and
       Ireland, exploring their implications both for the 
       cultural negotiation of marginality and for established 
       critical paradigms 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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       libraries 
650  0 English literature -- Scottish authors -- History and 
       criticism.;Scottish literature -- History and 
       criticism.;English literature -- Irish authors -- History 
       and criticism.;English literature -- Welsh authors -- 
       History and criticism.;Ireland -- Civilization -- 20th 
       century.;Scotland -- Civilization -- 20th 
       century.;Northern Ireland -- Civilization 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Smith, Gerry 
700 1  Smyth, Gerry 
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