This book sets out to expose through a combination of literary, cultural and historical analysis the fictive nature of Irish monoculturalism and to probe figurations of racial identity, racial difference, and foreignness in Irish culture.
Cover -- Copyright -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 1922, Ulysses, and the Irish Race Congress -- Chapter 2 Face Value: Racial Typology and Irish Modernism -- Chapter 3 8216;Aliens in Ireland8217;: Nation-building and the Ethics of Hospitality -- Chapter 4 8216;Ireland, and Black!8217;: The Cultural Politics of Racial Figuration -- Conclusion: Imagining the 8216;New Hibernia8217; -- Bibliography -- Index.
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