Hedda Friberg

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Publications

Articles in journals

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2010). In the Sign of the Counterfeit: John Banville's God's Gift. NIS, vol. 9, pp. 71-88.

Friberg, H. (2006). John Banville and Derek Hand in conversation : Editorial. Irish university review, vol. 36: 1, pp. 200-215.

Friberg, H. (2006). 'Passing through ourselves and finding ourselves in the beyond': the Rites of Passage of Cass Cleave in John Banville's Eclipse and Shroud. Irish University Review, vol. 36: 1, pp. 151-164.

Friberg, H. (2005). 'In the Murky Sea of Memory" : Memory's Miscues in John Banville's The Sea. An Sionnach: a journal of literature, culture, and the arts, vol. 1.2, pp. 111-123.

Friberg, H. (2005). Managing Exile : 'A Tullamore Dicourse' in Mary Lavin's Mary O'Grady. Nordic Irish Studies, : 4, pp. 99-108.

Articles, book reviews

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2015). John Banville's Narcissistic Fictions.. Irish university review, vol. 45: 1, pp. 188-191.  

Chapters in books

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2015). Finding the ‘Elsewhere’ Next Door : Border Crossings in Anne Enright’s Writing. In Ireland: Arrivals and Departures. Trier : Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. pp. 83-98.

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2015). Finding the ‘Elsewhere’ Next Door : Border Crossings in Anne Enright’s Writing. In Ireland : Arrivals and Departures. Trier : Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Irish studies in Europe). pp. 83-98.

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2015). On the Shifting Sands of Affinity : ‘Identity Migration’ and Ideology in Liam O’Flaherty’s Autobiographies. In The Leaving of Ireland : Migration and Belonging in Irish Literature and Film. Oxford : Peter Lang Publishing Group (Reimagining Ireland). pp. 187-208.  

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2012). A Clearing in Inferno : A Banvillean Construction of Prague in Prague Pictures and Kepler. In Ireland in Europe : Cross-Currents and Exchanges. Trier, Germany : Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Irish Studies in Europe).

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2012). Between 'Pavements Grey' and Nature's Shades of Green : Rural and Urban Landscapes in Liam O'Flaherty's Novels. In Urban and Rural Landscapes in Modern Ireland : Language, Literature and Culture. Oxford : Peter Lang Publishing Group (Reimagining Ireland).

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2011). Encounters Across Borders in a European Arena : John Banville's Kepler and Carl-Henning Wijkmark's Dacapo. In Beyond Ireland : Encounters Across Cultures. Oxford : Peter Lang Publishing Group (Reimagining Ireland). pp. 243-265.

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2011). "John Banville". In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction : British and Irish Fiction. Oxford : Blackwell Publishing. pp. 28-29.

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2011). "Liam O'Flaherty". In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction : British and Irish Fiction. Oxford : Blackwell Publishing. pp. 279-281.

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (2008). Imitation, mimicry, mockery?: John Banville and James Joyce. In At Home in the World : Essays and Poems. Gothenburgh : Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis (Gothenburg Studies in English 94). pp. 93-103.

Friberg, H. (2007). Waters and Memories Always Divide: : Sites of Memory in John Banville's The Sea. In Recovering memory : Irish representations of past and present. Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 294-.

Friberg, H. (2005). John Banville's Shroud: Exile in Simulation. In Re-Mapping Exile : Realities and Metaphors in Irish Literature and History. Aarhus : Aarhus Universitetsforlag (Dolphin (Aarhus)). pp. 256-.

Friberg, H. (2003). Donaldean Masculinity: Resisting the Hegemony While Reduplicating the Oppressive Image of the Pickaninny?. In Män och Manligheter från Vikingar till Kalle Anka    Ed Stig Welinder : Men and Manhood from the Vikings to Donald Duck. Stockholm : Almqvist & Wiksell. pp. 173-190.

Friberg, H. (2002). Talking Thin, Loving Thick: Discourse of Love and Construction of Feminine Identity in Toni Morrison's Novels. In Collusion and Resistance: Women Writing in English     Ed Kerstin Shands. Huddinge : Södertörn University College/ Almqvist & Wiksell (Södertörn English Studies). pp. 81-98.

Friberg, H. (1998). Främlingen i Liam O'Flahertys Glesbygdsromaner. In Humanister  föreläser om Wales, Irland och Jämtland. Östersund : Mitthögskolan (Rapport / Mitthögskolan). pp. 59-69.

Friberg, H. (1990). "Women in Three Works by Liam O'Flaherty: In Search of an Egalitarian Impulse". In Homage to Ireland: Aspects of Culture, Literature and Language   Ed Birgit Bramsbäck. Uppsala : Almqvist & Wiksell (Acta Universitatis, Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia).

Collections (editor)

Friberg-Harnesk, H. (ed.) , Porter, G. (ed.) & Wrethed, J. (ed.) (2011). Beyond Ireland : Encounters Across Cultures. Oxford : Peter Lang Publishing Group (Reimagining Ireland 42).

Friberg, H. (ed.) , Gilsenan Nordin, I. (ed.) & Yding Pedersen, L. (ed.) (2007). Recovering Memory : Irish Representations of Past and Present. Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Conference papers

Friberg, H. (2000). Women in City and Country in Liam O'Flaherty's Novels. In Terranglian territories : Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Literature of Region and Nation. Frankfurt : . pp. 315--323.

Doctoral theses, monographs

Friberg, H. (1996). An Old Order and a New : The Split World of Liam O'Flaherty's Novels. Dis. Uppsala : Uppsala Universitet, Almqvist & Wiksell International, 1996 (Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia : 95)