Joseph Holloway's Abbey Theatre: A Selection from His Unpublished Journal, Impressions of a Dublin Playgoer

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Joseph Holloway's Abbey Theatre
A SELECTION FROM HIS
UNPUBLISHED JOURNAL

Impressions of a Dublin Playgoer

WITH A PREFACE BY Harry T. Moore

Carbondale and Edwardsville SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS FEFFER & SIMONS, INC. London and Amsterdam

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Table of contents

  • Crosscurrents Modern Critiques ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Preface 3
  • 1899 4
  • 1900 10
  • 1901 13
  • 1902 16
  • 1903 21
  • 1904 32
  • 1905 52
  • 1906 66
  • 1907 80
  • 1908 99
  • 1909 123
  • 1910 133
  • 1911 148
  • 1912 151
  • 1913 157
  • 1914 161
  • 1915 169
  • 1916 176
  • 1917 191
  • 1918 196
  • 1919 201
  • 1920 207
  • 1921 209
  • 1922 212
  • 1923 214
  • 1924 224
  • 1925 241
  • 1926 250
  • Notes 273
  • Index 289
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