Selected Plays of Sean O'Casey

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Selected Plays of
SEAN O'CASEY

Selected and with Foreword by the Author

Introduction by John Gassner

GEORGE BRAZILLER / NEW YORK / 1954

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Genius Without Fetters v
  • On Playwriting xxiii
  • Foreword Before Curtain-Rise xxv
  • Contents xxix
  • A Tragedy in Two Acts the Shadow of a Gunman 1
  • Characters in the Play 2
  • Act I 3
  • Act II 35
  • A Tragedy in Three Acts Juno and the Paycock 69
  • Characters in the Play 70
  • Act I 71
  • Act III 129
  • A Tragedy in Four Acts the Plough and the Stars 159
  • Characters in the Play 160
  • Act I 161
  • Act II 192
  • Act III 215
  • Act IV 239
  • A Tragi-Comedy in Four Acts the Silver Tassie 263
  • Characters in the Play 264
  • Act I 265
  • Act II 295
  • Act III 317
  • Act IV 340
  • Songs and Chants in the Silver Tassie 365
  • A Morality in Four Scenes Within the Gates 373
  • Characters in the Play 374
  • Scene I 375
  • Scene II 407
  • Scene III 434
  • Scene IV 461
  • Music to "Within the Gates" 490
  • A Wayward Comedy in Three Acts Purple Dust 497
  • Characters in the Play 498
  • Act I 499
  • Act II 542
  • Act III 579
  • A Play in Four Acts Red Roses for Me 619
  • Characters in the Play 620
  • Act I 621
  • Act II 654
  • Act III 679
  • Act IV 699
  • An Anatole Burlesque in One Act Bedtime Story 727
  • Characters in the Play 728
  • A Morality Comedy in One Act Time to Go 761
  • Characters in the Play 762
  • Chronological Table of O'Casey's Plays 797
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