As World War II came and went, a new cadre of Irish authors emerged onto the world stage. This episode examines how Irish literature distinguished itself in every literary genre, from children's literature and books, to Nobel prize-winning novels, plays, and poetry. Authors discussed include Brian O'Nolan, Samuel Beckett, C.S. Lewis, Edna O'Brien, and Frank McCount. Part of the "Great Irish Authors" series. Please note this title contains mature themes.