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Adapting the Journalism of Myles for the Stage

Adapting the Journalism of Myles for the Stage

Val O'Donnell

2021-01-22 Volume 4 • Issue 2 • 2020 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1-7

Chronitis: Myles na gCopaleen à la recherche du temps perdu

Chronitis: Myles na gCopaleen à la recherche du temps perdu

Tobias Harris

2021-01-22 Volume 4 • Issue 2 • 2020 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1–6

In Memoriam: John Wyse Jackson

In Memoriam: John Wyse Jackson

Joseph Brooker

2021-01-12 Volume 4 • Issue 2 • 2020 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1-9

Do Bicycles Dream of Atomic Sheep? Forms of the Fantastic in Flann O’Brien and Philip K. Dick

Do Bicycles Dream of Atomic Sheep? Forms of the Fantastic in Flann O’Brien and Philip K. Dick

Joseph Brooker

2021-01-08 Volume 4 • Issue 2 • 2020 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1–23

'What did scholars from across the globe do? They gathered at U.C.D.': A Report on Palimpsests: V International Flann O’Brien Conference, 16–19 July 2019

'What did scholars from across the globe do? They gathered at U.C.D.': A Report on Palimpsests: V International Flann O’Brien Conference, 16–19 July 2019

James Alexander Fraser

2020-12-18 Volume 4 • Issue 2 • 2020 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1-8

New Contexts for Confession:  Brian O’Nolan, Golden Age Crime Fiction, & Theodor Reik

New Contexts for Confession: Brian O’Nolan, Golden Age Crime Fiction, & Theodor Reik

Katherine Ebury

2020-12-18 Volume 4 • Issue 2 • 2020 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1-22

Is It About a Typewriter? Brian O’Nolan and Technologies of Inscription

Is It About a Typewriter? Brian O’Nolan and Technologies of Inscription

Maebh Long

2020-10-29 Volume 4 • Issue 2 • 2020 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1–16

Report: 'Irish Modernisms: Gaps, Conjectures, Possibilities' (Vienna, 2016)

Report: 'Irish Modernisms: Gaps, Conjectures, Possibilities' (Vienna, 2016)

Lloyd (Meadhbh) Houston

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 89-95

‘As ucht a bhochtanais Ghaeiligh’: Parody, Poverty, and the Politics of Irish Folklore in An Béal Bocht

‘As ucht a bhochtanais Ghaeiligh’: Parody, Poverty, and the Politics of Irish Folklore in An Béal Bocht

Gregory Darwin

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 23-39

Translation: ‘Pisa Bec Oc Parnabus Extractum O Bhark I bPragrais le Briain O Nuallain’ (1938)

Translation: ‘Pisa Bec Oc Parnabus Extractum O Bhark I bPragrais le Briain O Nuallain’ (1938)

Tobias Harris, John Wyse Jackson and Thomas O’Donnell

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 71–74

The Bildung Subject and Modernist Autobiography  in An Béal Bocht (Beyond An tOileánach)

The Bildung Subject and Modernist Autobiography in An Béal Bocht (Beyond An tOileánach)

Brian Ó Conchubhair

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 53-70

Review of 'Irish Science Fiction' (2014) by Jack Fennell

Review of 'Irish Science Fiction' (2014) by Jack Fennell

Tom Dillon

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 80-84

Note: When is a Fahrt not a Fahrt?

Note: When is a Fahrt not a Fahrt?

Pádraig Ó Méaloid

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 100-101

Brian Ó Nualláin/O’Nolan: Scholarly Background and Foreground

Brian Ó Nualláin/O’Nolan: Scholarly Background and Foreground

Breandán Ó Conaire

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 5-22

Review of 'Niall Montgomery: Dublinman' (2015), edited by Christine O’Neill

Review of 'Niall Montgomery: Dublinman' (2015), edited by Christine O’Neill

Maebh Long

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 75-79

Guest Editor’s Note - An Béal Bocht at 75

Guest Editor’s Note - An Béal Bocht at 75

Daniel Curran and Eimear Thornton

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1-4

The Prison of Language: Brian O’Nolan, An Béal Bocht, and Language Determinism

The Prison of Language: Brian O’Nolan, An Béal Bocht, and Language Determinism

Radvan Markus

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 40-52

Report: 'Acting Out: The IV International Flann O’Brien Conference' (Salzburg, 2017)

Report: 'Acting Out: The IV International Flann O’Brien Conference' (Salzburg, 2017)

Yaeli Greenblatt

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 85-88

Report: #Flann50 in London: Re-Reading Some Scenes from an Anti-Novel

Report: #Flann50 in London: Re-Reading Some Scenes from an Anti-Novel

Tobias Harris

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 96-99

In Memoriam: Anthony Cronin (1928–2016)

In Memoriam: Anthony Cronin (1928–2016)

Bruce Stewart

2018-05-07 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2018 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 102-107

Guest Editor’s Note - The Flannkfurt School: Brian O’Nolan and the Culture Industry

Guest Editor’s Note - The Flannkfurt School: Brian O’Nolan and the Culture Industry

Jack Fennell

2016-05-13 Volume 3 • Issue 2 • 2016 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 1-6

The Catastrophe of Cliché: Karl Kraus, Cruiskeen Lawn, and the Culture Industry

The Catastrophe of Cliché: Karl Kraus, Cruiskeen Lawn, and the Culture Industry

Tobias Harris

2016-05-13 Volume 3 • Issue 2 • 2016 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 7-20

‘Calmly Making Ribbons of the Natural Order’: The Third Policeman, the Culture Industry, and Right Laughter

‘Calmly Making Ribbons of the Natural Order’: The Third Policeman, the Culture Industry, and Right Laughter

Susanne Hillman

2016-05-13 Volume 3 • Issue 2 • 2016 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 21-34

A Bilingual Report: 'An Béal Bocht @50 / The Poor Mouth' @50 (Maynooth, 2016)

A Bilingual Report: 'An Béal Bocht @50 / The Poor Mouth' @50 (Maynooth, 2016)

Eimear Thornton and Daniel Curran

2016-05-13 Volume 3 • Issue 2 • 2016 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 76-79

Report: 'Metamorphoses: The III International Flann O’Brien Conference' (Prague, 2015)

Report: 'Metamorphoses: The III International Flann O’Brien Conference' (Prague, 2015)

Tamara Radak

2016-05-13 Volume 3 • Issue 2 • 2016 • Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies • 69-75