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The novel and the nation.

Smyth.

The novel and the nation.

by Smyth.

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The Novel and the Nation will undoubtedly prove a marvellous resource for anyone teaching Irish Studies The book emerges as a timely and intelligent project Imbued with the spirit of Joyce, Smyth's detailed investigations of the dominant themes of the new Irish fiction are fruitful and provocative.' Textual Practice'There is much to recommend Gerry Smyth's The Novel and the Nation, not.

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Uzodinma Iweala is a writer and medical doctor. His first book, Beasts of No Nation: A Novel (HarperCollins, ), tells the story of a child soldier in West Africa.

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