The Fays of the Abbey Theatre: An Autobiographical Record

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INDEX
A Pot of Broth, 125, 128, 129, 132, 156, 243, 244
Abbey Theatre, 105-231 passim
Aber een, 202
Actors' Association, The, 270, 271
Adams, Maude, 243
"Æ" ( G. W. Russell), 105, 115-120, 123, 148, 149, 158 n., 164
Allgood, Sara, 136, 146, 151, 178, 190, 191, 208, 263
An Enemy of the People, 108, 109
Annesley, Dora L., 158 n.
Antoine, André, 108
Aran Islands, 137
Archer, William, 107, 133
Armstrong, William, 210, 288
Asquith, the Right Hon. H. H., 259, 26
Ayliffe, H. K., 264, 286
Bailey, H. E., 81-85
Bankhead, Tallulah, 284
Barker, H. Granville, 206, 236, 257, 259
Barrie, Sir J. M., 155, 173, 237, 238, 240, 243
Benevente, Jacinto, 265
Bennett, Arnold, 167, 173, 248, 277, 278
Benson, Sir F. R., 114, 115
Beringer, Esmé, 290
Beringer, Vera, 290
Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 226, 286-290
Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen, 125
Boyle, William, 173, 174, 198, 189, 191, 205, 206, 216, 236, 245
Brand, 264
" Bridie, James," Foreword and 294
British Drama League, 290-292
Brokeff Soil, 145-147, 156
Bronson, 57-59
Callender, Brian, 118, 120
Cambridge, 181, 182
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick, 195, 283
Campbell-Bannerman, the Right Hon. Sir Henry, 155
Carr, Philip, 268, 269
Carswell, Catherine, Foreword and Postscript
Casad an Sugan, 114
Caulfield, C., 118, 120, 121
Chicago, 245-247
Colum, Padraic, 118, 123, 130, 144-148, 156, 1-75
Compton, Mrs. Edward, 279, 283
Compton, Viola and Ellen, 280
Coronation performances, 256, 260
Cosi è se vi Pare,287
Courtney of Penwith, Lord, 155
Cousins, James, 115, 118, 120, 123, 125
Cumann na nGaedeal, 110, 113, 119
Dalton, Frank, 52
Darley, Arthur, 188, 198, 201, 203, 206, 208
Darragh, Miss, 207-210
De Leon, Jack, 284, 285
Dean, Basil, 274, 275, 277
Deirdre ("Æ"), 115-121

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  • Title Page *
  • Foreword *
  • Postscript *
  • Contents *
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  • Part I - Before 1
  • Chapter I 3
  • Chapter II 10
  • Chapter III 25
  • Chapter IV 38
  • Chapter V 60
  • Chapter VI 81
  • Part II - The Abbey 103
  • Chapter I 105
  • Chapter II 122
  • Chapter III 136
  • Chapter IV 151
  • Chapter V 164
  • Chapter VI 173
  • Chapter VII 185
  • Chapter VIII 200
  • Chapter IX 211
  • Part III - After 233
  • Chapter I 235
  • Chapter II 248
  • Chapter III 270
  • Chapter IV 286
  • List of First Productions, with Casts 298
  • Index 311
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