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Beckett’s Film
Philipp Schweighauser

. Esposito , Roberto ( 2013a ), ‘ Community, Immunity, Biopolitics ’, Angelaki , 18 : 3 , pp. 83–90 . Esposito , Roberto ( 2013b ), Terms of the Political: Community, Immunity, Biopolitics , trans. Rhiannon Noel Welch, New York : Fordham University Press . Esslin , Martin ( 1961 ), The Theatre of the Absurd , Garden City, NY : Anchor Books, Doubleday

in Beckett and media
Martine Pelletier

concepts of Irishness and otherness can co-exist and be articulated in meaningful ways. Notes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 I borrow the phrase ‘new articulations of Irishness and otherness’ from Ronit Lentin’s article, ‘Black Bodies and Headless Hookers: Alternative Global Narratives for 21st Century Ireland’, The Irish Review, 33 (2005), p. 2. Gerard Delanty, ‘Irish Political Community in Transition’, The Irish Review, 33 (2005), p. 16. Fintan O’Toole, The Ex-Isle of Erin (Dublin: New Island Books, 1997), p. 173. Figures given by both Terence Brown in Ireland. A Social and Cultural

in Irish literature since 1990
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Invisibility and erasure in The Two Merry Milkmaids
Chloe Porter

’s Republic , in which ‘citizens are portrayed as living … in a cave … in which enchained men are shown images by others who parade objects before a fire, throwing shadows on a wall … It is no coincidence that, by descending into a cave and retrieving a magical ring, Plato’s Gyges gains a rhetorical power that enables him to enslave the people of his political community’, ‘Rhetoric and

in Making and unmaking in early modern English drama