Ireland and the New Journalism
K. Steele, M. de Nie, Michael de Nie
Springer, Jul 10, 2014 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 235 pages
This volume explores the ways in which the complicated revolution in British newspapers, the New Journalism, influenced Irish politics, culture, and newspaper practices. The essays here further illuminate the central role of the press in the evolution of Irish nationalism and modernism in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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