From the Siné Café to the Black Hills : notes on the new Irish / Eamonn Wall
- Wall, Eamonn, 1955-
- Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 
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- xiii, 139 pages ; 23 cm
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- Preface -- Exile, attitude, the Sin-e Cafe: notes on the new Irish -- The long journey home to Brooklyn: Michael Stephens's Books of the dead -- Immigration, technology, & sense of place -- Reading Mary Gordon's Final payments in America -- Four paintings by Danny Maloney -- The search for majectic shades: contemporary American poets migrate to Ireland -- Helena Mulkerns on the Lower East Side -- Irish voices, American writing, & green cards -- Roger Boylan in his own words: Q & A -- 'Even better than the real thing': Brian Moore's the great Victorian collection -- How decent people live: Thomas McGonigle's going to Patchogue -- The Black Hills, the Gorey Road, Eavan Boland's object lessons.
- 0299167208 (alk. paper) and 0299167240 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-134) and index.
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