Literary Networks and Dissenting Print Culture in Romantic-Period Ireland

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  • Jennifer Orr

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Literary Networks and Dissenting Irish Print Culture examines the origins of Irish labouring-class poetry produced in the liminal space of revolutionary Ulster (1790-1815), where religious dissent fostered a unique and distinctive cultural identity.


Romanticism print culture radicalism republicanism dissent Irish Scottish Ulster poetry Heaney labouring-class Scots Spenserian Presbyterianism United Irish bardic nationalism sociability networks coterie culture identity revolution space

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