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Ambivalence, unease and The Smiths
Sean Campbell

growing up second-generation Irish was, for Morrissey, ‘confusing’.25 The parents of Marr (born Maher) hailed from Athy, Co. Kildare, and settled – during the early 1960s – amongst a large extended Irish family in Manchester.26 Marr recalls that he was raised in a ‘young Irish community’, CAMPBELL PRINT.indd 45 21/09/2010 11:24 46 Ambivalence, unease and The Smiths and was ‘surrounded’, in his early years, ‘by Irish culture’, noting that ‘it does rub off ’.27 If this dimension of Marr’s upbringing was augmented by visits to Ireland, it was also maintained by his

in Why pamper life's complexities?
Ruth Barton

Almodóvar’s Bad Education . Journal of Film and Video , 67, 14–29. Pine, E. 2011. The Politics of Irish Memory: Performing Remembrance in Contemporary Irish culture , Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Sixsmith, M. 2009. The Lost Child of Philomena Lee: Aa Mother, Her Son and a Fifty-Year Search , London: Macmillan. Smith, J. M. 2007. Ireland’s Magdalen Laundries and the Nation’s Architecture of Containment , Notre Dame, IN.: University of Notre Dame Press. Sztompka, P. 2000. Cultural Trauma: The Other Face of Social Change

in Irish cinema in the twenty-first century