Standard Name: Gregory, Augusta
Birth Name: Isabella Augusta Persse
Married Name: Isabella Augusta Gregory
Titled: Isabella Augusta, Lady Gregory
Pseudonym: Angus Grey
Pseudonym: An Irish Landlord
Used Form: Lady Augusta Gregory
Galway, is evident throughout her writing. In addition to her drama and folklore, Lady Gregory wrote several articles on Irish politics and culture, two memoirs, a history of the Abbey Theatre, diaries, and an autobiography. As a nationalist with an identity grounded in the ruling class, she can be seen as a colonialist reformer.was a highly energetic and creative force in the Irish Literary Revival, which began in the late nineteenth century. Material from her collections and translations of Irish folklore, epics, and oral poetry inspired new literary works by herself and others. At the age of fifty, she began writing plays for the , which she co-founded and co-directed. Her skill at rendering idiomatic conversation, honed through years of listening to the stories told to her by country people in county
Gregory, Augusta. A Book of Saints and Wonders. Dun Emer Press, 1906.
Gregory, Augusta. Coole. Cuala Press, 1931.
Gregory, Augusta. Cuchulain of Muirthemne. John Murray, 1902.
Malins, Edward, and Augusta Gregory. “Foreword”. Coole, edited by Colin Smythe, Dolmen Press, 1971, pp. 7-14.
Saddlemyer, Ann, and Augusta Gregory. “Foreword and History of First Productions”. The Comedies of Lady Gregory, Colin Smythe, 1970, p. v - xv.
Saddlemyer, Ann, and Augusta Gregory. “Foreword and History of First Productions”. The Tragedies and Tragic Comedies of Lady Gregory, Colin Smythe, 1970, p. v - xiii.
Gregory, Augusta. Gods and Fighting Men. John Murray, 1904.
Gregory, Augusta. Hyacinth Halvey. Maunsel, 1906.
Gregory, Augusta, editor. Ideals in Ireland. At the Unicorn, 1901.
McDiarmid, Lucy et al. “Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography”. Selected Writings, Penguin, 1995, pp. xi - xliv, 525.
Gregory, Augusta. Irish Folk-History Plays. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1912.
Gregory, Augusta. Kincora. Maunsel, 1905.
Gregory, Augusta. Lady Gregory’s Journals, 1916-1930. Editor Robinson, Lennox, Putnam, 1946.
Gregory, William. Mr. Gregory’s Letter-Box, 1813-1830. Editor Gregory, Augusta, Smith, Elder, 1898.
Gregory, Augusta. My First Play. Elkin Mathews and Marrot, 1930.
Gregory, Augusta. New Comedies. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1913.
Gregory, Augusta. Our Irish Theatre. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1913.
Gregory, Augusta, and Douglas Hyde. Poets and Dreamers. Hodges, Figgis, 1903.
Gregory, Augusta. Poets and Dreamers. Cambridge University Press, 2010, http://www.cambridge.org/series/sSeries.asp?code=CLOR.
Gregory, Augusta. Selected Writings. Editors McDiarmid, Lucy and Maureen Waters, Penguin, 1995.
Gregory, Augusta. Seven Short Plays. Maunsel, 1909.
Gregory, Augusta. Seventy Years. Editor Smythe, Colin, Colin Smythe, 1974.
Gregory, Sir William Henry. Sir William Gregory. Editor Gregory, Augusta, John Murray, 1894.
Gregory, Augusta, and Douglas Hyde. Spreading the News; The Rising of the Moon; The Poorhouse. Maunsel, 1906.
Gregory, Augusta. The Dragon. Talbot Press, 1920.