Anglo-Irish Theatre and the Formation of a Nationalist Political Culture between 1890 and 1930 (Irish Studies v. 7)

Anglo-Irish Theatre and the Formation of a Nationalist Political Culture between 1890 and 1930 (Irish Studies v. 7)

By: George Grote (author)Hardback

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Foreword by Declan Kiberd vii; Acknowledgements xi; Introduction: Writing and Politics 1; 1 The Early Yeats: In Search of the Queen 5; 2 The Abbey Fringe: 33; Part I: Shaw & Wilde: The Exiles Set the Stage 33; Part II: Moore, Martyn, Milligan: In the Shadow of Yeats 43; Part III: Lady Gregory: The Struggle for Recognition 52; 3 J. M. Synge: The Art of Challenging 63; 4 Conradh Na Gaeilge: Longing for the Past 87; 5 Sinn Fein: The Gael, the Gael, & Nothing but the Gael 111; 6 The Playboy and Other Riots: In Defence of Kathleen 125; 7 1916: Gallous Stories and Dirty Deeds 151; 8 Sean O'Casey: No Time for Love 181; 9 The Elder Yeats: All Changed, Changed Utterly 199; 10 Did that play send out certain men the English shot? The Literary Movement and Irish Nationalism 215; Notes 223; Bibliography 229; Index 239

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  • publication date: 31/05/2003
  • ISBN13: 9780773468115
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 256
  • ID: 9780773468115
  • ISBN10: 0773468110

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