P Villar Argaiz
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Literary visions of multicultural Ireland: The immigrant in contemporary Irish literature
P Villar-Argáiz
Oxford University Press, 2015
Recording the Unpoetic: Eavan Boland's Silences
P Villar-Argáiz
Irish University Review 37 (2), 472-491, 2007
Eavan Boland's Evolution as an Irish Woman Poet: An Outsider Within an Outsider's Culture
P Villar-Argáiz
Edwin Mellen Press, 2007
The Female Body in Pain: Feminist Re-enactments of Sexual and Physical Violence in Dorothy Molloy's Poetry
P Villar-Argáiz
Contemporary Womens Writing 4 (2), 134-152, 2010
The representation of non-Irish immigrants in recent Irish films
P Villar-Argáiz
Irish Studies Review 22 (4), 466-486, 2014
" Act Locally, Think Globally": Paula Meehan's Local Commitment and Global Consciousness
P Villar-Argáiz
An Sionnach: A Journal of Literature, Culture, and the Arts 5 (1), 180-193, 2009
Between Tradition and Modernity: Twenty-First Century Ireland in Recent Work by Irish Women Poets
P Villar-Argáiz
Nordic Irish Studies, 117-134, 2008
Introduction: The immigrant in contemporary Irish literature
P Villar-Argáiz
Literary visions of multicultural Ireland, 2016
The" Others" of the Celtic Tiger: Intercultural Encounters in Roddy Doyle's Short Fiction
P Villar Argáiz, B Gülüm Tekin
Universidad de La Laguna. Servicio de Publicaciones, 2014
Poetry as a "Humane Enterprise": Interview with Eavan Boland on the Occasion of the 50th Anniversary of her Literary Career.
P Villar-Argáiz
Estudios Irlandeses, 2012
The Enchantment of Myth in Paula Meehan's Poetry
P Villar-Argáiz
Journal of Irish Studies, 91-100, 2009
Latter-day Mother Irelands: the role of women in Michael Collins and The Wind that Shakes the Barley
P Villar-Argáiz
Estudios Irlandeses 2, 183-204, 2007
‘A nation of Others’: the immigrant in contemporary Irish poetry
P Villar-Argáiz
Literary visions of multicultural Ireland, 2016
Integration, migration, and recession in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland
P Villar-Argáiz, J King
Irish Studies Review 24 (1), 1-8, 2016
Organic and Unworked Communities in James Joyce’s “The Dead”
P Villar-Argáiz
Community in Twentieth-Century Fiction, 48-66, 2013
“Telling the truth about time”: The Importance of Local Rootedness in Paula Meehan’s Poetry
P Villar Argáiz
Études irlandaises, 103-115, 2010
Irishness on the Margins: Minority and Dissident Identities
P Villar-Argáiz
Springer, 2018
The" unfettered freedom" of" flitting bats": The Inoperative Community in James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
P Villar-Argaiz
James Joyce Quarterly 52 (34), 531-556, 2015
Ireland and the Popular Genre of Historical Romance: The Novels of Karen Robards
P Villar-Argáiz
ABEI Journal 20 (2), 2019
Poetry as “an immersion in the actual”: An Interview with Pat Boran
P Villar-Argáiz
Studi irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies, 559, 2018
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