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Editor's Foreword: Ireland and O' Neill

Editor's Foreword: Ireland and O' Neill Editor’s F or E w ord Ireland and O’ n e I ll This issue of the Eugene O’Neill Review draws from the Eugene O’Neill Society’s tenth international conference held at the National University of Ireland Galway on July 19–22, 2017. The conference represented a nod to O’Neill’s Irish heritage, of which he was conscious of despite never having physically visited Ireland. The conference’s theme endeavored to encourage discussion of Ireland’s relevance on O’Neill and his work, being simply: Ireland: The Constant Presence. While the conference was also open to papers on any subject concerning O’Neill’s work, it is from the papers that directly sought to explore the conference theme that this volume is composed, being selected papers and presentations on O’Neill and Ireland. e co Th nference’s Irish endeavors, in addition to its theme and location within the beautiful and generous National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), included a keynote address by the premier Irish literary scholar Declan Kiberd, as well as a speech by Michael D. Higgins, president of Ireland. As co-editors of this volume, we express our deep thanks and appreciation to both Professor Kiberd and President Higgins for allowing us to include their significant contributions http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Eugene O'Neill Review Penn State University Press

Editor's Foreword: Ireland and O' Neill

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Editor’s F or E w ord Ireland and O’ n e I ll This issue of the Eugene O’Neill Review draws from the Eugene O’Neill Society’s tenth international conference held at the National University of Ireland Galway on July 19–22, 2017. The conference represented a nod to O’Neill’s Irish heritage, of which he was conscious of despite never having physically visited Ireland. The conference’s theme endeavored to encourage discussion of Ireland’s relevance on O’Neill and his work, being simply: Ireland: The Constant Presence. While the conference was also open to papers on any subject concerning O’Neill’s work, it is from the papers that directly sought to explore the conference theme that this volume is composed, being selected papers and presentations on O’Neill and Ireland. e co Th nference’s Irish endeavors, in addition to its theme and location within the beautiful and generous National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), included a keynote address by the premier Irish literary scholar Declan Kiberd, as well as a speech by Michael D. Higgins, president of Ireland. As co-editors of this volume, we express our deep thanks and appreciation to both Professor Kiberd and President Higgins for allowing us to include their significant contributions

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Eugene O'Neill ReviewPenn State University Press

Published: Apr 24, 2018

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