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Postcolonialism and ecology in the work of Tim Robinson
Eóin Flannery

landscape’s evolution.Yet, this recognition of the overwhelming excessiveness of prehuman history is also true when we consider the lives of Árainn Mhór’s human histories. For Robinson, when he turns to the stories of individuals and communities in the West of Ireland, ‘the truest of writing about the past can hardly offer more than an appalled recognition of the injustice of time, its brutally hasty recourse to mass graves for irreplaceable individualities and to landfill for delicate discriminations’.12 Writing and textual record can, then, do some material justice to a

in Unfolding Irish landscapes