Bohemian Belfast and Dublin
Two artistic and literary worlds, in the work of Gerard Keenan
About this book
This significant new work redraws the lines of understanding around the literary networks of mid-to-late 20th Century Ireland, particularly between Dublin and Belfast.
Such a direct and personal connection between the literary bohemia of Patrick Kavanagh and Flann O’Brien, and the world of the Honest Ulsterman at the start of The Troubles has never previously been made.