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The Arrival of Sean O’Casey

Anthony Roche

Anthony Roche is an Associate Professor in the School of English, Drama and Film at University College Dublin. He has published widely on modern Irish drama and theatre. Works include Bearing witness: Essays on Anglo-Irish Literature (co-written with Augustine Martin, 1996), The Cambridge Companion to Brian Friel (2006) and Contemporary Irish Drama (2009). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Irish Dramatic Revival 1899–1939

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015



... , p. 46. Bessie Burgess in The Plough and the Stars sees her son safely off to the front to defend king and country. Both Adolphus Grigson and Bessie Burgess are residents of the same tenements as the Catholic characters. And yet...
...Cyrano is a brash, strong-willed man of many talents whose whimsical aptitude for the spoken word is overshadowed by an attribute that is iconic, outrageous and gigantic—his nose. How can the curiously-snouted Cyrano ever hope to win...