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Men Again: Irish Masculinity, Nature, and Nationhood in the Early Twentieth Century

Men Again: Irish Masculinity, Nature, and Nationhood in the Early Twentieth Century MEN AGAIN: IRISH MASCULINITY, AND NATIONHOOD IN NATURE, THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY Catherine Nash Locating O’Grady 1908 Standish a series of in the (1846-1928) James O’Grady began essays I n Irish Peasant. In these About About the articles, on, nations, getting making of Life and letters to a Dublin and The Irish commune the New clerk, Order, liberty: first of a scheme which would Ireland and Irish mas- O’Grady proposed regenerate the decentralized economic and social of Ireland culinity through organization as a network of communes.2 self-sufficient, non-profit-making, agricultural his ended series of articles with the of leader- O’Grady acceptance temporary of the first commune and the of a contact address in Dublin. ship publication The commune did not materialize. However of and O’Grady’s system personal national a communitarian social which he order, regeneration through agrarian advanced in these articles and in his the All Ireland between Reviezu, newspaper, 1900 and can be located within a set of discourses other 1906, complex including and visual which addressed the schemes, debates, fiction, poetry, representations and of Irish rural and national conditions, efficiency equity agriculture, pros- in a of social in Ireland.3 Standish perity period rapid post-Famine change is best known http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecumene SAGE

Men Again: Irish Masculinity, Nature, and Nationhood in the Early Twentieth Century

Ecumene , Volume 3 (4): 27 – Oct 1, 1996

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MEN AGAIN: IRISH MASCULINITY, AND NATIONHOOD IN NATURE, THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY Catherine Nash Locating O’Grady 1908 Standish a series of in the (1846-1928) James O’Grady began essays I n Irish Peasant. In these About About the articles, on, nations, getting making of Life and letters to a Dublin and The Irish commune the New clerk, Order, liberty: first of a scheme which would Ireland and Irish mas- O’Grady proposed regenerate the decentralized economic and social of Ireland culinity through organization as a network of communes.2 self-sufficient, non-profit-making, agricultural his ended series of articles with the of leader- O’Grady acceptance temporary of the first commune and the of a contact address in Dublin. ship publication The commune did not materialize. However of and O’Grady’s system personal national a communitarian social which he order, regeneration through agrarian advanced in these articles and in his the All Ireland between Reviezu, newspaper, 1900 and can be located within a set of discourses other 1906, complex including and visual which addressed the schemes, debates, fiction, poetry, representations and of Irish rural and national conditions, efficiency equity agriculture, pros- in a of social in Ireland.3 Standish perity period rapid post-Famine change is best known

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Published: Oct 1, 1996

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