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A Postcolonial Approach
The Cultural Implications of Historical
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Abbey agenda ambivalent Anglo-Irish anti-nationalist anticolonial anticolonial struggle approach argues attitude audience becomes Bradshaw British Catholic challenge chapter characters claims colonial domination colonial rule complex conflict consciousness context critics critique of Irish Cyclops debate decolonization demythologizing discourse drama Dublin plays Easter Rising emphasis Fanon Gabriel Gaelic League Gaelic Revival Hayman hence history and culture ideological images imagined impact instance interpretation Inventing Ireland Ireland's colonial Irish culture Irish history Irish language Irish literature Irish nationalism Irish nationalist Irish past Irish political James Joyce Juno Kathleen ni Houlihan Kearney Kiberd Lady Gregory legitimacy literary Miss Ivors modern Irish Molly myths Narrativization nationalist politics native Northern Ireland O'Casey's parody particular Patrick Pearse patriotic Pearse peasant play's positions postcolonial Protestant rebels represented resistance revisionism revisionist historians Revivalists rhetoric says Seamus Deane Sean O'Casey sectarian sentiments significant suggest texts Theatre theatrical tradition Ulysses undermine Unicorn violence W. B. Yeats writing Yeats's and Gregory's