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ABEI Journal - The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies

 

Content of Issues Nos. 1 – 5 : 1999  2000  2001  2002  2003  2004

 

Editors: Munira H. Mutran and Laura P. Z. Izarra

 

The Journal is published once a year, in June, by ABEI - Associação Brasileira de Estudos Irlandeses *

(Brazilian Association of Irish Studies)

 

 

 

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ABEI

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ABEI Journal - The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies – Issue No. 1 - June 1999  118 p

 

Editors: Munira H. Mutran & Laura P.Z. de Izarra

 

Contents

 

Introduction

 

Painting

Brian Maguire and the Casa da Cultura Project at  Vila Prudente, São Paulo.  James Concagh

 

The Critic and the Author

The Feminisation of Famine: Enlarging the Inquiry.  Maureen Murphy
The Feminisation of Famine.  Margareth Kelleher

Margaret Kelleher’s response to Maureen Murphy’s article.

 

Poetry

A Note on Paula Meehan.  Maurice Harmon

‘Unroofed  Scope’?:  Heaney in the Nineties.  Ruy Carvalho Homem
James Simmons: a poet like no other.  John P. Kirby

 

Fiction

The Fiction of Roddy Doyle.  Rudiger Imhof

Embalming Life or Celebrating Action?  Laura P.  Zuntini de Izarra
Bakhtin 
and Modern  Irish Satire.  José Lanters
Wilde´s Thread in the Fabric of Decadent Art.  Munira H. Mutran

 

Drama

From the Streets of Dublin to the Streets of New York, Manchester,
LiverpoolDion Boucicault´s construction of melodramas.  Rosana Beyer                                                        

At the Threshold of the New Drama with Bernard Shaw and Granville Barker.  Gloria Sydenstriker

 

Biography

Denis Johnston’s Jonathan Swift.  Joseph Ronsley

 

Book Reviews

Robert Tracy.  The Unappeasable Host.  Marie Arndt
Brian Fallon. An Age of Innocence: Irish Culture 1930-1960.  Marie Arndt
Irishche Dramatiker der Gegenwart,,
hrsg.  Von Jochen Achilies und Rudiger Imhof.  Werner Huber
Jennifer Joh
nston’s Works.  Rudiger  Imhof

 

 

 


ABEI Journal - The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies – Issue No. 2 - June 2000  197 p.

 

Editors: Munira H. Mutran & Laura P.Z. de Izarra

 

Contents

 

The Lizard.  Michael Longley

Late Summer Lake Nojiri.  Maurice Hannon    

 

Dance

At the Hawk’s Well - a dialogue between Japan and the West through the dances of a hawk woman.  Christine Greiner     

 

The Critic and the Author

Reading Contemporary Irish Literature.  Nicholas Grene  

Irish Writers and Reputation.  Christina Hunt Mahoney’s response to NichoIas Grene           

 

Poetry

The Colloquy of the OId Men: An Introduction.  Maurice Hannon  

“The Penetration and Illumination of Life’s Experience” in James Joyce’s Ulysses and Gerard Manley Hopkins’s Poetry. 

Donald E. Morse          

 

Fiction

Bernville’s Fiction Comes of Age as It Lays to Rest Old Ghosts.  Dawn Duncan   

 

Drama

The Playwright’s Response to the Colonial Process: Innovatory Dramatic Structure in Brian Friel’s

The Freedom of The City (1973) and David Ruskin’s The Saxon Shore (1986).  Peter James Harris           

Elgar and Shaw.  Stanley Weinfraub     

 

Travel Literature and History

The Voyage of St. Brendan: Celtic Otherworld Tale, Christian Apologia or Medieval Travelog?  James Doan

Prince of Ulster or Arch-Traitor? The self-fashioning of Hugh O’Neill.  Eoin O‘Néill and Irene Portela          

 

Autobiography and Biography

Newman by Himself; New Man, by O’Faolain.  Munira Hamud Mutran

 

Translation

Presenting and Translating Michael Hartnett / Mícheál Ó hAirtnéide (1941-1999).  Heleno Godoy

Finnegans Wake - O mamafesto.  Donaldo Schuler       

 

The Irish in South America

Living Memory.  Patrick Clarke 

Language and Literature of the lrish in Argentina.  Juan José Delaney      

 

Book Reviews

Irish Contemporary Novels.  Rudiger Imhoff

Rural Ireland.  Leonardo Mendes

Beckett and 2Oth Century Criticism.  Maria Silvia Betti

Selected Plays of M. J. Molloy.  Beatriz Kopschitz Xavier Bastos           

 

Voices from Brazil

Surviving on Paper: Recent Indigenous Writing in Brazil.  Lynn Mário Menezes de Souza  

 

News from Brazil

Publications, Books received, Events                                                                             

 

Remembering

Oscar Wilde & Sean O’Faolain

 

 

 

 

ABEI Journal - The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies – Issue No. 3 - June 2001  214 p.

 

Editors: Munira H. Mutran & Laura P.Z. de Izarra

 

Contents

 

EditorsIntroduction

 

Alba.  Samuel Beckett

Alba.  Translation by Maria Helena Kopschitz

Person Helicon.  Seamus Heaney

Hélicon pessoal.  Translation by Millôr Fernandes.  Translation by Rui Carvalho Homem

 

The Critic and the Author

The Politics of Irish Drama.  Peter Harris

Author’s Response.  Nicholas Grene

 

Drama

Marina Carr's “Heap of Broken Mirrors”: The Mai (1994).  Donald E. Morse

Helen Waddell’s The Spoiled Buddha: Intercultural and Gynocentric Dimensions of an Irish Play.  Wolfgang Zach

 

Fiction

Sanscreed Latinized: The Wake in Brazil and Hispanic America.  Haroldo de Campos

Thomas Crofton Corker’s Fairy Legends: A Revaluation.  Heinz Kosok

Ireland and Europe: The “European Experience” in selected Works of Modern Irish Fiction,  Dore Fischer

 

History

The Awakening of the Fires: A Survey of George Russell – AE´s Mystical Writings (1897-1933).  Jerry Nolan

 

Reflections, Misrecognitions, Messianisms and Identifications: Towards an Epistemology of Irish Nationalism.  Eugene O’Brien

 

Poetry

Greeting from Brazil in Our Friends!  People, Place and Tradition in Paul Duran’s Poetry.  Charlie Boland

 

The Irish in South America

Irish Diasporic Literary Voices in South American Border Narratives.  Laura P.Z. de Izarra

 

Book Reviews

The Fiction of Colm Tóibín.  Rudiger Imhof

Liam O´Flaherty´s Letters.  John Cronin

Playing Boal in Northern Ireland.  José Roberto O´Shea                                              

Greetings to Paul Durcan.  Luci Colin Lavalle

Irish Nocturnes.  Magda Velloso F. Tolentino

Richard Blake Martin, A Novel.  Charlie Boland

 

Voices from Brazil  On the Portuguese-Brazilian Practices of Representation of the Seventeenth Century (1580-1750). 

João Adolfo Hansen

 

News from Brazil  Events  Books Received

Remembering  Looking Forward: The Future of Irish Studies.  Adele Dalsimer

 

In memoriam The Place of Images in Irish Studies: Dedicated to the Memory of Adele Dalsimer. 

Vera Kreilkamp  

 

 

 

 

ABEI Journal - The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies – Issue No. 4 - June 2002  196 p.

 

Editors: Munira H. Mutran & Laura P.Z. de Izarra

 

Contents

 

Editors’ Introduction

 

The Critic and the Author

The Vanishing Ideas of Séan O’Faolain.  Jerry Nolan

Author’s Response: The Inside Outside Complexity of Séan O’Faolain.  Marie Arndt

Deconstructing the Question of Irish Identity.  Tony Corbett

Author’s Response: Theory as Agent.  Eugene O’Brien

 

Drama

Italy, Garibaldi and Goldoni give Lady Gregory ‘a Room with a Different  View’.  Carla de Petris

Teenagers’ “Gender Trouble” and Trickster Aesthetics in Gina Moxley’s Danti Dan.  Mária Kurdi

Traitors to the prevailing mythologies of the four other provinces”?:

A tribute to Field Day on their twentieth anniversary.  Martine Pelletier

 

Fiction

The Construction of Identity in John Banville's The Book of Evidence.  Cielo Griselda Festino

James Joyce and the Life Cycle: The Unfolded Picture.  Donald Morse

The Irish in South America

Re-Writing the Irish Immigration.  Guillermo McLoughlin Bréard

From the Putumayo to Connemara: Roger Casement’s Amazon Voyage of Discovery.  Peter James Harris

Book Reviews

That They May Face the Rising Sun: The Apex of John McGahern's Fiction.  Rüdiger Imhof

Continente Irlanda.  Aurora Bernardini

The alphabet according to Paul Muldoon: To Ireland, I.    Ruben Moi

Travelling Towards Utopia.  Renato Sandoval

Hollywood and the Nation.  Marcos Soares

Brian Gallagher’s Fiction.  Noélia Borges

Voices from Brazil

Preludes to Modernism in Brazil.  Telê Ancona Lopez

 

News from Brazil 

Events.  Books Received.  In Memorian. 

 

Contributors

 

 

 

 

ABEI Journal - The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies – Special Issue No. 5 - June 2003  362 p.

 

Editors: Munira H. Mutran & Laura P.Z. de Izarra

 

Contents

 

Editors´ Introduction

 

Interrelations

Interrelations: Blake and Yeats.  Rachel V. Billigheimar

Social Coercion: The Field Meets Waking Ned Devine.  Jerry Griswold

The Trouble with Being Borrowed: Flann O’Brien’s Characters in Gilbert Sorrentino’s Mulligan Stew,  Pawel Hejmanowski

Textual Anthropology and the ‘Imagined Community’.  Peter Kuch

Cage and Joyce.  Sérgio Medeiros

Brazilian readings of British Decadentism Abgar Renault and Pedro Nava recreate W.B. Yeats and A. V. Beardsley. 

Solange Ribeiro de Oliveira

The Wild West Show: Ireland in the 1930s.  David Pierce

The Greek Influence on Primitive Irish Literature.  Ramón Sainero

Urban and Intellectual Beauty: Aspects of Oscar Wilde’s Influence.  Linda Wong

 

Displacements

´Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone’: Peter Carey’s True History of the Kelly Gang.  Frank Molloy

“The Imagery and Arguments Pertaining to the Issue of Free Immigration in the Anglo-Irish Press in Rio de Janeiro:

Aspects of an Economic and Political Controversy between Great Britain and Brazil, 1865-1870”.  Miguel Alexandre de Araujo Neto

Travelling With Desmond Hogan: Writing Beyond Ireland.  Jerry Nolan

Picture Bride: Fact or Image? – Immigration from Ireland and Japan.  Mitsuko Ohno

 

Documents of the self

All Politics is Local.  James Doan

Tomas O Crohan’s Autobiography: A Cultural Analysis of Robin Flower’s English Translation.  Irene Lucchitti

Shaw’s Sculptress-kathleen Scott.  Stanley Weintraub

 

Drama

Denis Johnston’s Revisionist Theatre.  Beatriz Kopschitz Bastos

Statistics And The Canon: Irish Theatre Historiography Beyond The Diaspora.  Peter James Harris

Stayley’s The Rival Theatres and metatheatre1.  Margarida Gandara Rauen

Fatal Fathers and Sons in Tom Murphy’s A Whistle in the Dark.  Hedwig Schwall

Paper Knowledge. Books, Maps, Letters: the Written Word in Brian Friel’s Plays.  Giovanna Tallone

What Makes Johnny Run?  Shaw’s “Man and Superman” as a Pre-Freudian Dream Play.  Rodelle Weintraub

 

Fiction

Reading O’Connor’s My Oedipus Complex.  Clélia Reis Geha

The Ontological Imperative in Irish Writing.  Derek Hand

Infinite Regress and the Darkness of Reason – Flann O’Brien’s The Third Policeman in the Context of Greek Cosmology. 

Nigel Hunter

Uncle Silas: Forms of Desire in the Gothic house.  Maria Conceição Monteiro

 

Poetry

“An Old Song Resung and Revisited” by W.B.Yeats.  Genilda Azerêdo

Dhomhnaill’s Poetry as a Challenge to Patriarchy in the Irish Literary Tradition.  Nadilza Martins de Barros Moreira

 

Translation

Translating Brendan Kennelly’s Poetic Prose: The Crooked Cross or the claustrophobic representation of a Classic-Irish Odyssey.  Giuliana Bendelli

Translating Joyce.  Bernardina da Silveira Pinheiro

Translating Oscar Wilde and Liam O’Flaherty.  Flavia Maria Samuda

 

 

 

 

ABEI Journal - The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies – Issue No. 6 - June 2004  272 p.

 

Editors: Munira H. Mutran & Laura P.Z. de Izarra

 

Contents

Introduction

 

Bloomsday Centenary

Lucia Loyce: To Dance in the Wake by Carol Loeb Shloss.  John Banville

Thinking about Brazil and Bloomsday.  Colin McCabe

Joyce´s Ulysses: The Music of Chapter 11.  Aila de Oliveira Gomes

Chulainn, Finn, and the Mythic Strands in Ulysses.  Maria Tymoczko

 

The Critic and Author

Endless Beginnings” in the Criticism of Banville´s Writings.  Laura P. Zuntini de Izarra

Reply toEndless Beginnings” by Laura P. Zuntini de Izarra.  Derek Hand

 

Drama

Whistling Psyche.  Sebastián Barry

 

Fiction

The Problematics of Authenticity”: John Banville´s Shroud.  Rudiger Imhof

The postmodern folktales of Éilís Dhuibhne.  Elke D´hoker

Swift´s Gentle Yahoo and the Arts in Our Time.  Marshall Walter

 

History

The Other Irish Revolution: the Writing of History.  David Harkness

 

The Irish in South America

Linguistic and Cultural Aspects of the Irish Settlers in Buenos Aires as Seen in Tales of the Pampas, by William Bulfin. 

Juan José Delaney

How the Irish became “Gauchos Ingleses”: Diasporic Models in Irish-Argentine Literatura.  Edmundo Murray

 

Interview

Interview with John Banville.  Luiz Marcello Bittencourt

Internview with Christina Reid.  Mária Kurdi

 

Books Review

Colm Tóibín.  Rudiger Imhof

The Crooked Cross.  Aurora F. Bernardini

Álbum de Retratos.  Carlos Daghlian

Who are you?”  “I am Ireland – Mise Eire” – (in the 21st. Century).  Cielo G. Festino

The Art of Lennox Robinson.  Peter James Harris

The Representation of Ireland/s.  Luci Collin Lavalle

Going alter the Wish for Silence: Understanding Some of Beckett´s Voices.  Ann Helena Souza

 

President Mary McAleese at the University of São Paulo (USP): 

EU enlargement and Ireland´s experience in the EU, focusing on

the implications for political culturure and sense of national identity.

 

Voice from Brazil

Guimarães Rosa´s poetics and the sertão.  Sandra Guardini T. Vasconcelos

 

Books Received

 

Remembering

In memoriam - Haroldo de Campos                                                                  

 

Contributors

 

 

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