8 edition of A bibliography of the writings of William Carleton found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Z8145.8 .H39 1985, PR4417 .H39 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||241 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||84100724|
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A bibliography of the writings of William Carleton. [Barbara Hayley]. ISBN: x cm. William Carleton epitomised the search by nineteenth century Irish writers for a national identity. He spoke in the voice of the Irish peasant and was heard all over the literary world.
His books, from the early collection Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry () to the late novel Willy Reilly (), were tremendously popular. Carleton, William, an author, distinguished for his just delineation of the character of the Irish peasantry, was born on Shrove Tuesday,at Prillisk, near Clogher, County of Tyrone.
He was the youngest of fourteen children. His father, a small farmer, was a man of considerable intelligence, endowed with a surprising memory; his mother used to sing the old Irish songs.
William Carleton, (born Feb. 20,Prillisk, County Tyrone, Ire.—died Jan. 30,Dublin), prolific writer who realistically portrayed the life of the rural Irish.
Born the youngest of 14 children on a small farm, Carleton learned to appreciate the Irish heritage from his father, a man well-versed in the rich folklore of the area.
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On one hand, there is mistrust and the fear of the heterodox; on the other, Carleton offers a textual ‘reality’ which answers the need, so urgent in the s, for authentic, ‘truthful’ representations of ‘Country Life’ which the Irish Famine was transforming out of all recognition.
Irish short-story writer and novelist. Examine the life, times, and work of William Carleton through detailed author biographies on eNotes. The mechanics of citation. The first footnote citation of a work should supply the full name of the author with given name appearing before surname, the exact title as found on the title page (unless it is excessively long), the edition (if later than the first), the city of publication (the name of the publisher is optional), the date of publication, and the pertinent page reference.
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