The Irish Dramatic Movement

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I HAVE TO THANK the following for permission to include various quotations: Messrs George Allen and Unwin Ltd. for those from J. M. Synge's Plays and T. C. Murray's Maurice Harte; Messrs. Ernest Benn Ltd. for those from Edward Martyn's Tale of a Town; Messrs. Jonathan Cape Ltd. for those from Mr. Denis Gwynn 's Edward Martyn; Mr. Padraic Colum for those from his play, The Land; Messrs. Constable & Co., Ltd., for a passage from Kuno Meyer's Ancient Irish Poetry; Messrs. Duckworth & Co., Ltd., for those from Edward Martyn's Maeve and The Heather Field; Mr. Denis Gwynn for those from his book Edward Martyn; Messrs. Macmillan & Co., for those from the volumes Plays, Plays and Controversies, Autobiographies and Essays in The Collected Works of W. B. Yeats; Mr. C. D. Medley for those from George Moore's Hail and Farewell and The Bending of the Bough; Messrs. Putnam & Co., Ltd., for those from the works of the late Lady Gregory ( Cuchulain of Muirthemne, Irish Folk History Plays, New Comedies, Seven Short Plays, The Image, Three Wonder Plays, Three Last Plays) ; Mr. Lennox Robinson for those from his play, The Clancy Name; the late G. B. Shaw for a passage from the preface to his Three Plays for Puritans; Miss Doris Arthur Jones for those from The Foundations of a National Drama, by her father, the late Henry Arthur Jones. I owe to many friends in Dublin the advantages of discussion and debate on subjects relating to the Irish drama and to the aesthetics of drama 'in general. Finally I would wish to express my great gratitude to Mrs. W. B. Yeats for her generous permission to use quotations from the works (mentioned above) of the late W. B. Yeats.


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