Lennox Robinson

Standard Name: Robinson, Lennox


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Anthologization Augusta Gregory
It first reached print in The Irish Statesman on 22 March 1924. In 1928 Lennox Robinson included it in his A Little Anthology of Modern Irish Verse, published by the Cuala Press .
Saddlemyer, Ann, and Augusta Gregory. “Foreword and History of First Productions”. The Tragedies and Tragic Comedies of Lady Gregory, Colin Smythe, p. v - xiii.
Fictionalization Constance, Countess Markievicz
Cecil Day-Lewis wrote Remembering Con Markievicz early in his career.
Smith, D. J. “The Countess and the Poets: Constance Gore-Booth Markievicz in the Work of Irish Writers”. Journal of Irish Literature, Vol.
, No. 1, pp. 3-63.
She was refigured as Isabel Moore in Lennox Robinson 's novel A Young Man From the South, 1917, and as Angela Fitzgibbon in...
Friends, Associates Teresa Deevy
While she lived in Dublin TD became friendly with many of the most prominent people on the Irish literary and cultural scene: Ria Mooney , Lennox Robinson , Jack B. Yeats , and Patrick Hennessy
Literary responses Teresa Deevy
The Belfast News-Letter reviewed this volume in February next year along with work by O'Casey , Yeats , and Lennox Robinson . The reviewer was impressed by different qualities in all of these, but judged...
Literary responses Teresa Deevy
Lennox Robinson and Frank O'Connor remained strong supporters of TD 's stage writing, but W. B. Yeats felt she was wrong not to accept more help with revision. A study of her plays by John Jordan
Literary responses Helen Waddell
Two Dublin actors, HW 's brother Sam and Lennox Robinson , praised the play for the opportunities it offered to performers, and Waddell was very excited when George Bernard Shaw read and liked it.
Blackett, Monica. The Mark of the Maker: A Portrait of Helen Waddell. Constable.
Performance of text Teresa Deevy
For the first time the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, persuaded by Lennox Robinson , put on a production of a play by TD : The Reapers in three acts. Robinson directed.
McGuire, James, and James Quinn, editors. Dictionary of Irish Biography. http://dib.cambridge.org/.
Publishing Augusta Gregory
Lennox Robinson edited and published Lady Gregory 's Journals, 1916-1930.
Smythe, Colin et al., editors. “Chronology”. Lady Gregory, Fifty Years After, Colin Smythe, pp. 1-12.
Mikhail, Edward Halim. Lady Gregory: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism. Whitston.


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Gregory, Augusta. Lady Gregory’s Journals, 1916-1930. Editor Robinson, Lennox, Putnam, 1946.