George Moore: Influence and Collaboration

Ann Heilmann (Editor), Mark Llewellyn (Editor)

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Abstract

This book explores the full range of Moore’s collaborations and cultural encounters: from 1870s Paris art exhibitions to turn-of-the-century Dublin and London; from gossip to the culture of the barmaid; from the worship of Balzac to the fraught engagement with Yeats; from music to Celtic cultural translation. Moore’s reputation as a collaborator with the most significant artistic individuals of his time in Britain, Ireland and France in particular, but also in Europe more widely, provides a rich exposition of modes of exchange and influence in the period, and a unique and distinctive perspective on Moore himself.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages310
Publication statusPublished - 6 Aug 2014

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Ireland
Dublin
Exposition
George Moore
1870s
Art Exhibitions
Cultural Translation
Worship
France
Gossip
Music
Collaborators
W. B. Yeats

Keywords

  • George Moore
  • satirist
  • victorian novelist

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