John Millington Synge and the Irish Theatre

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INDEX
THE 'ABBEY' MOVEMENT, 288
Abbey Players, 283
The Abbey Row, not edited by W. B. Yeats, " 199
Abbey Street, Dublin, 126
Abbey Theatre, 24, 47, 54, 63, 71, 105, 122, 126, 127, 128, 130, 131, 132, 139, 141, 142, 146, 147, 150, 151, 163, 174, 175, 176, 177, 182, 186, 193, 194, 199, 204, 208, 212, 213, 229, 236, 241, 242, 251, 258, 259, 268, 277, 294, 297, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 313
The Abbey Theatre (E. A. Boyd), 284
The Abbey Theatre An Irish Playgoer), 287
The Abbey Theatre ("Jacob Tonson") 287
At the Abbey Theatre (W. B. Yeats), 284
Abbey Theatre Company, 126
Abbey Theatre Endowment Fund, 126
The Abbey Theatre: its History and Mystery, 132, 185, 295
The Abbey Theatre: its Origins and Accomplishments, 293
"Abbey Theatre Libels: Rev. George O'Neill, S.J., on 'Irish' Drama, " 282
The Abbey Theatre; the Playboy of the West and the Abbey Peasant, 279
Aberdeen Free Press, 272
Abhrain Diadha Chuige Connacht: see Religious Songs of Connacht.
Absenteeism, 13
Academy and Literature, 262, 272
Academy of Music, Northampton, Mass., 310
Achill, 203
Acting of the Irish Players, " 288
The Acting of the Irish Players (P.J."), 291
Adam, Paul, 19, 20
Adams, J. Donald, 281
Adams of Clerton, family-tree. Adelaide Literary Theatre, 309
Adelphi Theatre, Philadelphia, 310, 312
The Adoration of the Peasant, 287
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Æ [Russell, George W.], xiv, 115, 124, 134, 135, 195, 213, 215, 225, 274, 297
Æolian Hall, London, 304
Æschylus, 163
Afternoon Theatre, His Majesty's Theatre, London, 177, 309
Agallamh Oisín agus Phádraic, 99
Agrarian agitation in Ireland, 21, 113
Aimez votre langue bretonne!, 47
Albe, Fournier d' : see Fournier. Albert Hall, Leeds, 306, 308, 312
Alceste, 208
Allgood, Anne, 311
Allgood, Miss Marie : see O'Neill, Maire.
Allgood, Miss Sara, 212, 283, 292, 307, 310, 311, 313
Sara Allgood's Autobiography, 295
Allibone, S. Austin, 2, family-tree. Allingham, William, 206
All Ireland Review, 213
All Manner of Folk, 268, 298
Alsatian drama, 131
Amateurishness of Irish acting, 130
America, 14, 74, 75, 79, 102109, 112, 126, 146, 177, 182, 195, 240, 257, 258, 286, 295, 309
America (N.Y.), 272
American Catholic Quarterly (Philadelphia), 272, 282
The American Dramatist, 274
American ladies (friends of Synge), 45
American lady journalists on Aran, 82
American Magazine (N.Y.), 272
American Review of Reviews, 273
Amsterdam, 259
Anankè, 163
Anarchists, 29
Ancient Heroic Romances of Ireland, 263, 301
Ancient Irish Poetry: The Songs of Deardra, etc., 299
The Ancient Irish Tale: The Cattle Raid, 100
Ancient Legends of Ireland, 184
Andreef, Leonid, 165
An excellent new song to an old tune, 4
Les Anglais en Irlande: 1798 ,46
Anglia, 107
Anglo-Ireland, 5
Anglo-Irish dialect, 16, 24, 36, 66, 94, 95, 154, 216, 221-30, 233, 238, 243, 262
The Anglo-Irish Dialect, 224
The Anglo-Irish Dramatic Movement, 284
Anglo-Irish fiction, 93, 107, 111
Anglo-Irish literature, 41, 116, 218, 224
Anglo-Irish plays, 106, 107et seq.,150
On Anglo-Irish Syntax, 224
Anglo-Saxon literature, 99
Anglo-Saxon opulence, 119
Angus, 135
Ankou, 163
Annain, Sidheog ní, 287
Annamoe, Co. Wicklow, 9, 155
L'Année Théâtrale en Angleterre, 293
On An Anniversary, 1, 18, 231, 233
Annunzio, Gabriele d', 25
Anti-clericalism, 181
Antient Concert Rooms, 120, 124, 125
Anti-semitism, 87
Antoine, André, 124, 128, 170
Antrim, 244

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