Johnson, Josephine. Florence Farr: Bernard Shaw’s new woman. Colin Smythe, 1975.
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With the financial support of Annie Horniman , AG and the Irish Literary Theatre secured a permanent home: the Abbey Theatre in Dublin.
Murphy, James H. “Broken Glass and Batoned Crowds: Cathleen Ni Houlihan and the Tensions of Transition”. Ireland in Transition, 1867-1921, edited by D. George Boyce and Alan O’Day, Routledge, 2004, pp. 113 - 27.
A plan for a theatre began to emerge, with the stated mission of show[ing] that Ireland is not the home of buffonery and of easy sentiment, as it has been represented, but the home of...
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The inaugural night of the Irish Literary Theatre (founded by Lady Gregory and WBY ) at the Antient Concert Rooms , Dublin, presented Yeats's The Countess Cathleen and Edward Martyn 's Heather Field.
Hartnoll, Phyllis, editor. The Oxford Companion to the Theatre. Oxford University Press, 1983.
Smythe, Colin, Ann Saddlemyer, and Colin Smythe, editors. “Chronology”. Lady Gregory, Fifty Years After, Colin Smythe, 1987, pp. 1 - 12.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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