O’Brien, Kate. My Ireland. B. T. Batsford, 1962.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Augusta Gregory|
|Friends, Associates||Constance, Countess Markievicz||
CCM was later attacked for her Liberty Hall work by future playwright Sean O'Casey , then a secretary for the strikers' relief fund. In his autobiography, Drums Under the Windows, he accuses Markievicz of...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Anne Devlin||
After writing for television, AD was drawn to live theatre because of the medium's relative freedom from censorship and its enduring qualities: It is Literature. When you create a character in the theatre you are...
|Leisure and Society||Kate O'Brien|
|Literary responses||Muriel Box||
Its recent editors call it very much a beginner's piece of work with regard to dialogue and stage impact. Yet they feel it is valuable for exemplifying the way that feminist ideas survived and continued...
|Literary responses||Teresa Deevy|
|Literary responses||Mary Lavin||
Originally published in the Atlantic Monthly in October 1941, the story At Sallygap has been likened to the works of James Joyce and Sean O'Casey .
Peterson, Richard F. Mary Lavin. Twayne, 1978.
Kelly, Angeline Agnes. Mary Lavin, Quiet Rebel. Wolfhound Press, 1980.
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|Literary responses||Edna O'Brien||
Jonathan Yardley , reviewing for the Washington Post, stressed O'Brien's brilliance and her nationality. If what you're looking for is a map of Ireland, the fiction of Edna O'Brien will do just fine. She...
|Performance of text||Teresa Deevy|
|Performance of text||Teresa Deevy||
This ran for six performances.
It does not appear to have been published, but it was revived at the Lyric Theatre , London, on 14 January 1957 as an opener for Sean O'Casey
The Teresa Deevy Archive.
|Textual Production||Samuel Beckett||
Meanwhile Beckett withdrew permission for any of his works to be produced in Ireland when, also in February 1958, Drums of Father Ned by Sean O'Casey was dropped by the Dublin Drama Festival Committee. This...