Losada Friend, María, José María Tejedor Cabrera, José Manuel Estévez-Saá &
Werner Huber, eds. Dreaming the Future: New Horizons/Old Barriers in 21st-Century
(Irish Studies in Europe, Vol. 3) Trier, Germany: WVT Wissenschaftlicher
Verlag Trier, 2011. (ISBN 978-3-86821-327-0; 122 pp)

María Losada Friend (Huelva), José María Tejedor Cabrera (Sevilla), José
Manuel Estévez-Saá (A Coruña), Werner Huber (Vienna): Introduction -- Declan
Kiberd (Dublin/Notre Dame, IN): Old Testament and New: Joyce and Messianic
Time -- Benigno Del Río Molina (Sevilla): Geography of Desire and Guilt:
Joyce’s “Circe” in the Tradition of The Temptation of Saint Anthony -- Anne
MacCarthy† (Santiago de Compostela): Denis Florence MacCarthy’s Trans¬lations
of Calderón de la Barca --Alberto Lázaro (Madrid): Reading Oscar Wilde in
Postwar Spain: The Picture of Dorian Gray under the Microscope --Juan Ignacio
Oliva (Tenerife): Wilde’s Shadow in Jamie O’Neill’s New Epic Narrative -- José
Francisco Fernández (Almería): Spanish Beckett -- Estelle Epinoux (Limoges):
Irish Cinema and Europe Throughout the Twentieth Century: An Overview --
Sophie Ollivier (Bordeaux): Connolly and His Legacy -- Marie-Claire
Considère-Charon (Strasbourg): New Horizons for the Border Areas: From Good
Intentions to Good Practice in Cross-Border Cooperation -- Rita Ann Higgins
(Galway): Three Poems



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