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  1. Memory of a Place and the Dissolution of Family History—William Trevor’s Fools of Fortune

    Eun Young Kim     |     Views368
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 167 ~ 186
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  2. The Celtic Elements in The Wanderings Of Oisin: Mythology, Landscape, and Music

    Lijun Xu     |     Views531
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 131 ~ 155
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  3. W. B. Yeats and Sterling A. Brown, the Irish and New Negro Renaissances, and the Vernacular Performer

    Steven Tracy     |     Views722
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 15 ~ 30
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  4. Declan Kiberd. Inventing Ireland: The Literature of the Modern Nation (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1995, Fourth printing, 2002. 719 pages)

    Young Suck Rhee     |     Views414
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 345 ~ 353
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  5. Outpost and Outlier: The Ireland of Three Recent Irish Fictions

    John Cussen     |     Views717
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 79 ~ 92
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  6. The Influence of Irish Plays on the Formation of Modern Korean Theatre in Intercultural Characteristics

    Youn-Gil Jeong     |     Views774
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 167 ~ 197
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  7. Searching for the Historical Root of Ireland in Cathleen ni Houlihan

    Joon Seog Ko     |     Views966
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 281 ~ 296
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  8. Ambiguous Reverberations of Realism in Yeats

    Hyungseob Lee     |     Views1428
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 69 ~ 89
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  9. Declan Kiberd. After Ireland: Writing the Nation from Beckett to the Present (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2018. 540 pages)

    Young Suck Rhee     |     Views1148
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 273 ~ 277
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  10. Declan Kiberd and P.J. Mathews, eds. [A] Handbook of The Irish Revival: An Anthology of Irish Cultural and Political Writings 1891-1922 (Dublin: Abbey Theatre Press, 2015. 505 pages)

    Young Suck Rhee     |     Views1474
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 345 ~ 348
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  11. Transnational Practices and Irishness in Post-Celtic Tiger Irish Theater: Focused on Interculturalism and Performativity

    Youn-Gil Jeong     |     Views1752
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 349 ~ 370
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  12. Who is the ‘Real’ Terrorist in Irish History?—Jim Sheridan’s In the Name of Father

    Hyunah Kim     |     Views1493
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 411 ~ 431
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  13. What We Know We Don’t Know When Jumping on the Wagon of Transnationalism: What the Transnational Turn Entails in Literary Studies?*

    Seongho Yoon     |     Views2992
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 99 ~ 115
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  14. Homer in Yeats’s Poetry

    Joonseog Ko     |     Views3010
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 253 ~ 272
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  15. Oliver Michael Hennessey. Yeats, Shakespeare,and Irish Cultural Nationalism (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2014)

    Young Suck Rhee     |     Views3450
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 321 ~ 324
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  16. “Meditations in Time of Civil War”: Nationalist Discourse and Historiography

    Ilhwan Yoon     |     Views3276
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 191 ~ 211
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  17. Reflection and Transformation of “The Only Son of Aoife” in W. B. Yeats’s On Baile’s Strand

    Hiroko Ikeda     |     Views3061
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 71 ~ 86
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  18. From Roots to Routes: W. B. Yeats and World Literature*

    Seongho Yoon     |     Views3247
    The Yeats Journal of Korea Pages 87 ~ 102
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