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This book provides a critical evaluation of the Northern Irish playwright Frank McGuinness, best known for the plays 'Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme' and 'Someone Who'll Watch Over Me.' Memory, history, myth, identity and performance are recurring themes in McGuinness's drama. His work is always formally inventive, demanding, generous and rigorously aggressive in a way that makes his theatre a confrontational, salient and enlightening experience. 'The Feast of Famine' captures the confluence of contradictory forces - the celebratory and communal notions of festivity and the destructive intensity of famine.