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Author: Clare Carroll
ISBN: 0268022747
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 216 pages
Publisher University of Notre Dame Press; 1 edition (August 30, 2002)
Language English
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Circe’s Cup is a collection of eight essays that investigate the role writing played in transforming early modern Irish culture

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Circe s Cup" is a collection of eight essays that investigate the role writing played in transforming early modern Irish culture

Circe s Cup" is a collection of eight essays that investigate the role writing played in transforming early modern Irish culture. Taking its title from the metaphor of Circe s Cup, which was used by Old and New English writers to describe the corrupting influence they attributed to Irish culture, this collection presents a new perspective on colonial theory.

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Circe?s Cup is a collection of eight essays that investigate the role writing played in transforming early modern Irish culture.

Critical Conditions: Field Day Essays and Monographs, number 1.  . Circe’s cup: cultural transformations in early modern Ireland.

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Circe's Cup. Cultural Transformations in Early Modern Writing. Published: August 2002. Present Lasts a Long Time. Essays in Cultural Politics. Published: March 1999. Radicalism, Catholicism, and the Construction of Irish Identity, 1760-1830. Published: December 1998.

Clare Carroll is Professor of Comparative Literature at Queens College and .

Clare Carroll is Professor of Comparative Literature at Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY. Her critical works include: Orlando Furioso, A Stoic Comedy (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1997), and Circe's Cup: Cultural Transformations in Early Modern Writing about Ireland (Cork Univeristy Press, 2001).

Circe’s Cup is a collection of eight essays that investigate the role writing played in transforming early modern Irish culture. This radical new assessment of culture and conflict in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Ireland covers a wide range of topics, including ethnography, translation practices, and political philosophy. Taking its title from the metaphor of "Circe’s Cup,"which was used by Old and New English writers to describe the corrupting influence they attributed to Irish culture, this collection presents a new perspective on colonial theory.   Clare Carroll’s essays cross disciplines, cultures, and languages to examine various modes of discourse, such as those of gender, religion, and ethnicity. History, poetry, philology, and political science are read side by side to ferret out examples of cultural change. Carroll’s account considers both English and Irish language sources, and contrasts them to French, Spanish, and Italian texts. Circe’s Cup argues for the need to see similarities between Irish and English texts, while at the same time focusing on the sharp, and often irreconcilable, difference between the two.