By Colin Graham
Deconstructing eire examines the path in which the historical past of modernity and colonialism has developed an idea of "Ireland," produced extra usually as a quotation than an reality. The author's technique -- utilizing Derridean deconstruction in alliance with positions in postcolonial and Subaltern reports -- illuminates the way nationwide identification is developed and reconfigured via a desirable variety of fabric, together with literature, political writing, and renowned cultural varieties akin to tv, movie, and ads.
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