Antic Dispositions in Some Recent Irish Fiction: Robert MacLiam Wilson's 'Ripley Bogle', Patrick McCabe's 'The Butcher Boy', and Eoin McNamee's 'Resurrection Man'

Elmer Kennedy-Andrews

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationLast Before America: Irish and American Writing
    EditorsFran Brearton, Eamonn Hughes
    Place of PublicationBelfast
    Pages121-142
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2001

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    Kennedy-Andrews, E. (2001). Antic Dispositions in Some Recent Irish Fiction: Robert MacLiam Wilson's 'Ripley Bogle', Patrick McCabe's 'The Butcher Boy', and Eoin McNamee's 'Resurrection Man'. In F. Brearton, & E. Hughes (Eds.), Last Before America: Irish and American Writing (pp. 121-142). Belfast.