Political Ideology in Ireland, 1541–1641
This collection of essays arising out of a seminar organized by the Folger Library, Washington, provides an in-depth analysis of the period's writings. It looks at the work of Spenser and other colonial writers but also at the work of more neglected Irish writers, attempting to discern what they thought about their country and its predicament.
Contributors: Hiram Morgan (University College Cork); Hiram Morgan (University College Cork); Vincent Carey (State Univerity of New York, Plattsburgh); Marc Caball (Ireland Literature Exchange); Vincent Carey (State University of New York, Plattsburgh); Nicholas Canny (National Uinversity of Ireland, Galway); David Edwards (Unniversity College Cork); Eugene Flanagan (Folger Library); Colm Lennon (National University of Irealnd, Maynooth); Alan Ford (University of Durham); Clare Carroll (City University New York).
Hiram Morgan lectures in history at University College, Cork.