This introductory chapter discusses the theme of this volume which is about the representation of place and space in the works of Irish author Ciaran Carson. This volume provides a comprehensive analysis of all of Carson's work to date including poetry, prose, and translation, with the objective of identifying the recurrent themes manifested across his oeuvre and in the different genres in which he writes. It also considers the irreducible particularity and eccentricity of his individual texts.
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