Cultures of radicalism in Britain and Ireland / edited by John Kirk, Michael Brown and Andrew Noble.
- London ; New York : Routledge, 2016.
- Poetry and song in the age of revolution ; Number 3.
Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution ; Number 3
1 online resource (265 p.)
- olitics and literature -- Great Britain -- History.
Politics and literature -- Ireland -- History.
Radicalism in literature.
Radicalism in music.
- Electronic books.
- This collection of essays addresses the role of literature in radical politics. Topics covered include the legacy of Robert Burns, broadside literature in Munster and radical literature in Wales.
- Contents; Acknowledgements; List of Figures; List of Contributors; Introduction; 1. The Welsh Ballad-Singers and the War of American Independence; 2. Scottophobia Versus Jacobitism; 3. Lord Daer, Radicalism, Union and the Enlightenment in the 1790s; 4. The Political and Cultural Legacy of Robert Burns; 5. 'Blessèd Jubil!'; 6. Serial Literature and Radical Poetry; 7.Popular Song, Readers and Language; 8.Broadside Literature and Popular Political Opinion in Munster, 1800-1820; 9.Radical Poetry and the Literary Magazine; Notes; Works Cited; Index
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
First published 2013 by Pickering & Chatto (Publishers) Limited.
- Brown, Michael, 1972-
Kirk, John M. (John Monfries), 1952-
Noble, Andrew, 1939-
- Publisher Number:
- 10.4324/9781315654966 doi
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