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Kit Fryatt

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Biography

Born 1978, educated University of Cambridge (1996-1999, BA Hons.) and Trinity College Dublin (1999-2003, PhD). Appointed lecturer in English at Mater Dei Institute of Education 2006.

Books

  Year Publication
2013 The Co.Durham Miner's Granddaughter's Farewell to the Harlan County Miner's Grandson.
Dr Kit Fryatt (2013) The Co.Durham Miner's Granddaughter's Farewell to the Harlan County Miner's Grandson. Newton-le-Willows: Knives Forks And Spoons. [Details]
2012 Rain Down Can.
Dr Kit Fryatt (2012) Rain Down Can. : Shearsman. [Details]
2012 turn push | turn pull.
Dr Kit Fryatt (2012) turn push | turn pull. : corrupt press. [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
2016 '“Mauling the music”: Southrons (and Others) Reading Briggflatts'
Kit Fryatt (2016) '“Mauling the music”: Southrons (and Others) Reading Briggflatts' In: Wolfgang Görtschacher and David Malcolm (eds). Sound Is/As Sense: Essays on Modern British and Irish Poetry. Gdańsk: University of Gdańsk Press. [Details]
2012 'Patrick Kavanagh's Potentialities'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2012) 'Patrick Kavanagh's Potentialities' In: The Oxford Handbook of Modern Irish Poetry. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Details]
2011 ''A minster minute': Reflections on Barnsley Main Seam'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2011) ''A minster minute': Reflections on Barnsley Main Seam' In: Reading Pearse Hutchinson: From Findrum to Fisterra. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. [Details]
2011 'Horny morning mood: The Aubade'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2011) 'Horny morning mood: The Aubade' In: A Companion to Poetic Genre. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. [Details]
2010 'Must not attempt escape / from here and now Maurice Scully reading Brian Coffey'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2010) 'Must not attempt escape / from here and now Maurice Scully reading Brian Coffey' In: Other Edens: The Life and Work of Brian Coffey. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. [Details]
2007 'Norms and Forms : 10 years of the British and Irish Poets e-mail list'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2007) 'Norms and Forms : 10 years of the British and Irish Poets e-mail list' In: Poetry and Public Language. Exeter: Shearsman Books. [Details]
2006 'Banyan riot of dialectic: Louis MacNeice's India'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2006) 'Banyan riot of dialectic: Louis MacNeice's India' In: Ireland and India: Colonies, Culture and Empire. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. [Details]
2006 'Shakespeare and Berryman: Sonnet 129 and Dream Song 1'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2006) 'Shakespeare and Berryman: Sonnet 129 and Dream Song 1' In: After Thirty Falls: New Essays on John Berryman. Amsterdam: Rodopi. [Details]
2003 'Bovinity: Paul Durcan's Cattle Mythology'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2003) 'Bovinity: Paul Durcan's Cattle Mythology' In: New Voices in Irish Criticism 4. Dublin: Four Courts Press. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2016 'The Poetics of Elegy in Maurice Scully's Humming'
Kit Fryatt (2016) 'The Poetics of Elegy in Maurice Scully's Humming'. Irish University Review, 46 (1):89-104 [Details]
2010 '“AW.DAH.” an allegorical reading of Maurice Scully’s legorical reading of Maurice Scully’s Things That Happen'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2010) '“AW.DAH.” an allegorical reading of Maurice Scully’s legorical reading of Maurice Scully’s Things That Happen'. 1 :60-87 [Details]
2007 'Mind spewed: Abjection in Austin Clarke's Mnemosyne Lay in Dust'
Kit Fryatt (2007) 'Mind spewed: Abjection in Austin Clarke's Mnemosyne Lay in Dust'. 6 :82-98 [Details]
2006 'Thomas Kinsella's Downstream Revisions'
Dr Kit Fryatt (2006) 'Thomas Kinsella's Downstream Revisions'. IRISH UNIVERSITY REVIEW, 36 :321-334 [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
2016 Bullies, Bullied and Bystanders:,
Kit Fryatt (2016) Consent, Coercion and Detachment: Sexuality in English Public-School Novels, 1905-1953. [Non Refereed Paper/Abstract ], Bullies, Bullied and Bystanders:, DCU , 09-JUN-16 - 10-JUN-16 [Details]
2012 Public Lecture as part of Barry Flanagan retrospective,
Kit Fryatt (2012) : turn push | turn pull: poetry and internal geometry. [], Public Lecture as part of Barry Flanagan retrospective, Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin , 22-APR-12 - 22-APR-12 [Details]
2011 Dublintellectual conversations on culture,
Kit Fryatt (2011) ‘Must talk for an hour: teaching and performing poetry’,. [], Dublintellectual conversations on culture, UCD, Dublin , 27-NOV-11 - 27-NOV-11 [Details]
2011 Poetry and Process,
(2011) Poetry and Process. Poetry and Process, Mater Dei Institute of Education , 18-JUN-11 - 18-JUN-11 [Details]
2010 European Society for the Study of English annual conference,
Kit Fryatt (2010) ‘Mauling the music’: Southrons (and others) reading Briggflatts. [], European Society for the Study of English annual conference, University of Turin , 24-AUG-10 - 28-AUG-10 [Details]
2009 Delirious Circumference: A Celebration of the Work of Paul Durcan,,
Kit Fryatt (2009) The Sublime Paul Durcan. [], Delirious Circumference: A Celebration of the Work of Paul Durcan,, Trinity College Dublin , 10-DEC-09 - 10-DEC-09 [Details]
2008 Poetry and Education,
Kit Fryatt (2008) Conference Organiser. [Plenary Lecture/Keynote], Poetry and Education, Mater Dei Insitute of Education , 22-FEB-08 - 23-FEB-08 [Details]
2007 ‘ Poetry and Public Language, University of Plymouth, 30 March-1 April 2007,
Kit Fryatt (2007) Norms and Forms: 10 Years of the British and Irish Poets e-mail list’. [], ‘ Poetry and Public Language, University of Plymouth, 30 March-1 April 2007, University of Plymouth , 30-MAR-07 - 01-APR-07 [Details]
2007 Louis MacNeice: Centenary Conference and Celebration,,
Kit Fryatt (2007) ‘Paradox of a Sentimentalist: Reassessing MacNeice’s Middle Stretch. [], Louis MacNeice: Centenary Conference and Celebration,, Queen's University Belfast , 15-SEP-07 - 17-SEP-07 [Details]
2007 Pearse Hutchinson: an 80th Birthday Symposium,
Kit Fryatt (2007) 'A minster minute': Pearse Hutchinson and English cultural memory. [], Pearse Hutchinson: an 80th Birthday Symposium, Trinity College Dublin , 14-DEC-07 - 15-DEC-07 [Details]

Research Interests

Poetry in English, critical theory with an emphasis on the theory of allegory. Early to mid-twentieth-century British fiction.