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The book treats on the change in the representation of the concepts of space and place in contemporary Irish novels. The thesis examines the interrelation between place and identity, underlying its prevalence in contemporary Irish culture. Therefore, the analysis of the novels aims to present how the alterations in the perception of given places influence the development of personal and collective consciousness in contemporary Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The work argues for the simultaneity of these two processes, allowing for the treatment of place as a mirror for social changes observable in Ireland.
Południowosłowiańskie zeszyty naukowe 8/2011
Text matters 1/2011