Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Fall 2001

Publication Title

New Hibernia Review

Volume

5

Issue

3

Pages

42-65

Publisher Name

Center for Irish Studies at the University of St. Thomas

Publisher Location

St. Paul, MN

Abstract

John. A. Merchant examines the impact of a contemporary cultural movement, Irish Ireland, on its Polish counterpart, Young Poland. He traces the reception of Irish literature in the form of translations of works by W. B. Yeats and John Millington Synge in Poland through translations by Jan Kasprowicz, Zenon "Miriam" Przesmycki and others as well as through a variety of cultural commentaries by Polish critics and by means of stage productions of Irish plays by theater directors, such as Tadeusz Pawlikowski.

Identifier

ISSN 1534-5815

Comments

Author Posting © New Hibernia Review, 2001. This article is posted here by permission of New Hibernia Review for personal use, not for redistribution. The article was published in New Hibernia Review, Volume 5, Issue 3, Fall 2001, https://doi.org/10.1353/nhr.2001.0039

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