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Critical Essay by Kenneth B. Newell

SOURCE: "The 'Wedding Gown' Group in George Moore's The Unfilled Field," in Éire-Ireland, Vol. VIII, No. 4, 1973, pp. 70-83.

In the following essay, Newell discusses the four short stories that comprise the "wedding gown" group, pieces linked by their non-polemic treatment of Irish life, maintaining that these stories "embody not only the strangeness and pathos of human existence but also varieties, both literal and figurative, of 'exile ' and 'vision. ' "

In George Moore's short-story collection The Unfilled Field (1903), "The Wedding Gown," "The Clerk's Quest," "Alms-Giving," and "So on He Fares" form a group separate from the other stories though related to them. Only the above four were appropriate to Moore's original plan—&#x...

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