Greg Londe

Greg Londe teaches at Cornell; his research and teaching explore 20th- and 21st-century transnational literature and culture. He is the editor of The Cracked Lookingglass: Essays in Honor of the Leonard L. Milberg Collection of Irish Prose Writers (2010), a collection of original essays by Paul Muldoon, Colm Tóibín, Paige Reynolds, Terence Brown, Clair Wills, and others that traces the history of Irish prose from 1800 to the present. He is currently working on a book entitled Enduring Modernism: Forms of Surviving Location in the 20th Century Long Poem, which examines an alternative to the restless cosmopolitanism that typically characterizes modernism, focusing on writers who decided to stay in one location and chronicle that chosen ground even as the world around them accelerated and connected.


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From Ireland, in the Coming Times: On Barry’s “City of Bohane”
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