5 edition of The Politics of Irish Drama found in the catalog.
February 13, 2000
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||330|
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The role of the theatre of the Irish literary revival in the politics of identity is a question central not only to the study of Irish theatre and Irish cultural nationalism, but to the broader dynamics of cultural politics at the beginning of the 20th century. This book pursues the complex relationship through a panoramic study of Irish drama and the nationalist debate From the bestselling coauthor of Black Mass, a behind-the-scenes portrait of the Irish power brokers who forged and fractured twentieth-century Boston. Rogues and Redeemers tells the hidden story of Boston politics--the cold-blooded ward bosses, the smoke-filled rooms, the larger-than-life pols who.
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The Politics of Irish Drama analyses some twenty-five of the best-known Irish plays from Dion Boucicault to Sebastian Barry, including works of Shaw, Yeats, Lady Gregory and Beckett. The book looks at political contexts for these plays and, in arguing for the outward-directed nature of dramatic representation of Ireland, shows Irish drama to be Cited by: The book looks at political contexts for these plays and, in arguing for the outward-directed nature of dramatic representation of Ireland, shows Irish drama to be an international as The book looks at political contexts for these plays and, in arguing for the outward-directed nature of dramatic representation of Ireland, shows Irish drama to /5(9).
With its fundamental reconception of the politics of Irish drama, this book represents an alternative view of the phenomenon of Irish drama itself. Reviews ‘Grene’s intelligence, erudition and mostly jargon-free lucidity make this, in fact, the best survey of 20th-century Irish playwriting yet by: Books shelved as irish-politics: The Border: The Legacy of a Century of Anglo-Irish Politics by Diarmaid Ferriter, Michael Collins: The Man Who Made Irel.
Susan Cannon Harris’s Gender and Modern Irish Drama firmly established her as one of the most innovative critical voices in contemporary Irish Studies, and this book wonderfully confirms her well-deserved reputation. Its deep engagement with political, gender and queer theories − and its exceptional close readings of plays by Yeats, Shaw, O'Casey and others − makes Irish Drama and the.
In this book Nicholas Grene explores political contexts for some of the outstanding Irish plays from the nineteenth century to the contemporary period.
The politics of Irish drama have previously been considered primarily the politics of national self-expression. The politics of Irish drama: plays in context from Boucicault to Friel / Nicholas Grene. – (Cambridge studies in modern theatre) Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 0 3. –isbn 0 1 (paperback) 1.
English drama – Irish authors – History and criticism. Size: KB. 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 for the outward-directed nature of dramatic representation of Ireland, shows Irish. The Politics of Irish Drama analyses some twenty-five of the best-known Irish plays from Dion Boucicault to Sebastian Barry, including works of Shaw, Yeats, Lady Gregory and Beckett.
The book looks at political contexts for these plays and shows Irish drama to be an international as much as national phenomenon.1/5(1). and national politics. Irish drama since the time of the early Abbey has remained self-consciously aware of its relation to the life of the nation and the state.
The aim of this book, however, is to suggest that there is more to the politics of Irish drama than merely a theatrical mimesis of the national Size: KB. Irish drama has been largely interlinked with the politics of the country, reflecting a close mirror-like relationship between national politics and theater.
The Shaughraun () by Boucicault, Shaw's John Bull's Other Island () and Friel's Translations () each have a specific political context and offer an interpretative perspective. Susan Cannon Harris is Associate Professor in the Department of English and Keough Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
Her book Gender and Modern Irish Drama (IUP, ) was awarded the Donald Murphy Prize for a Distinguished First Book and the Robert Rhodes Prize for Books on Literature by the American Conference for Irish Studies.5/5(2). Politics Books Our Politics books span the globe and feature some of the world’s most valued political scientists, philosophers and thinkers.
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1. Introduction 2. The quintessence of Parnellism: the search for an Irish theatre, 3. 'A mesh of error': politics and drama, 4. The union of sceptics, 5. The room of mirrors: the debut of The Playboy of the Western World 6. 'The loy in ."The author of the best book on George Moore now gives us what is in all likelihood the best book on the politics of modern Irish literature." -- Virginia Quarterly Review University of Washington Professor Malcolm J.
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Chapters consider the intersecting contexts of gender, sexuality and the body in order to investigate the broader cultural, political and historical implications of.