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|December 3, 2007

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This study provides a re-reading of the two sequences of English history plays, Henry VI-Richard III and Richard II-Henry V. Reconsidering the chronicle sources and the staging practices of Shakespeare's time, Grene argues that the history plays were originally…
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|December 2, 1991

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|August 4, 1987

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The Politics of Irish Drama analyzes some twenty-five of the best-known Irish plays from those of Dion Boucicault to Sebastian Barry, including works by Shaw, Yeats, Lady Gregory and Beckett. The book looks at political contexts for these plays and, in arguing…
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|January 1, 1989

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|June 18, 1985

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|December 6, 2008

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Nicholas Grene explores Yeats's poetic codes of practice, the key words and habits of speech that shape the reading experience of his poetry. Where previous studies have sought to decode his work, expounding its symbolic meanings by references to Yeats's occult…

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Murphy Plays: 5 brings together four of the authors recent works: The Wake, Too Late for Logic, The House, and Alice Trilogy. The Wake recounts the story of a woman, returning from the USA to her home town in Ireland. As her family learn of her years as a…
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|October 2, 1996

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|December 20, 2005

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Irish theatre is a global phenomenon and has always been so: it has never confined itself to the island of Ireland. This collection - the first in the Irish Theatrical Diaspora Series - brings together the work of leading scholars to explore the place of touring…
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|September 30, 2008

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For over 50 years the Dublin Theatre Festival has been one of Ireland's most important cultural events, bringing countless new Irish plays to the world stage, while introducing Irish audiences to the most important international theatre companies and artists.…

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Ce livre commence par l’un des plus illustres représentants du théâtre contemporain irlandais, Brian Friel, chez qui Nicholas Grene explore différents modes de vérité à travers une analyse de quelques-unes de ses plus grandes pièces comme The Freedom of the City,…