Number seven in the series Irish Contributions to English Literature. Discussion of Anglo-Irish literature, one of the two distinct trends in Irish literature (the other clumsily called Irish literature in English). The Anglo-Irish novel has a well established history. Stemming from the land-holding class, it deals with the interaction of the gentry with the peasantry. The leading exponents of this genre were women. Commentary by Professors Robert Tracy and Joan Trodden Keefe. "Some Experiences of an Irish R.M." written by two eccentric ladies, Somerville and Ross, read by Gail Chugg. "comic!" Produced by Padraigin McGillicuddy. BROADCAST: KPFA, 1982, in the Evening Reading broadcast time slot.
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