Presents a comparative study of fiction by late twentieth and twenty-first century women writers from Ireland, Northern Ireland and Wales. This work is of interest to students interested in women's studies, gender studies, and cultural studies as well as Welsh, Irish and Celtic studies.
Professor Linden Peach is Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Wales. He has written numerous well received books and essays; chapters in books on twentieth and twenty-first-century literature, and is known for his previous work on Welsh writing in English. He has also written on Virginia Woolf, Angela Carter, Contemporary Irish fiction and Toni Morrison.