The Abbey Theatre, 1899-1999: Form and Pressure

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DEANE SEAMUS, The Field Day Anthology ( Field Day, Derry, 1991).

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DE EARNÁN BLAGHD, "'The Abbey Theatre and the Irish Language'", Threshold, 2/2 (summer 1958).

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FITZSIMON CHRISTOPHER, and STERNLICHT SANFORD (eds.), New Plays from the Abbey Theatre: 1993-1995 ( Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, 1996).

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FRAZIER ADRIAN, Behind the Scenes: Yeats, Horniman, and the Struggle for the Abbey Theatre ( University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1990).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Prologue vii
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Contents xiii
  • 1- 1899-1902 'Four Green Fields' 1
  • 2- 1902-1910 'screeching in a Straightened Waistcoat' 18
  • 3- 1911-1925 - 'O Absalom, my son' 58
  • 4- 1926-1951 'the Birth of a Nation is No Immaculate Conception' 98
  • 5- 1951-1966 'I Remember Everything' 155
  • 6- 1966-1985 'History is Personal' 178
  • 7- 1985-1999 'the Dead Are Not the Past, The Dead Are the Future' 212
  • 8- Conclusion 245
  • Epilogue 251
  • Notes 252
  • Bibliography 263
  • Index 269
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