Territories of the voice: contemporary stories by Irish women writers

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Beacon Press, 1989 - Fiction - 270 pages
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Twenty-seven stories portray life in modern Ireland

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Territories of the voice: contemporary stories by Irish women writers

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Many voices have defined the Irish experience, but one voice was never heard: the woman's voice. This collection proves that it is a voice worth hearing. Included here are such well-known writers as ... Read full review

Contents

Mary Lavin In the Middle of the Fields
1
Clare Boylan Housekeepers Cut
17
Eilfc Nf Dhuibhne Midwife to the Fairies
31
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About the author (1989)

DeSalvo, a frequent lecturer and guest on NPR and television, DeSalvo teaches literature and memoir writing full-time at Hunter College in New York City.