The Cambridge companion to J.M. Synge /
Summary: John Millington Synge was a leading literary figure of the Irish Revival who played a significant role in the founding of Dublin's Abbey Theatre in 1904. This companion offers an introduction to the whole range of Synge's work from well-known plays like Riders to the Sea, The Well...
|Corporate Authors:||Cambridge collections online.|
|Other Authors:||Mathews, P. J. 1969-|
Cambridge ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
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- pt. 1. The Synge texts. Re-thinking Synge / P.J. Mathews
- The Shadow of the glen and Riders to the sea / Oona Frawley
- The playboy of the western world / Shaun Richards
- The well of the saints and The tinker's wedding / Mary Burke
- The Aran Islands and the travel essays / Elaine Sisson
- Deirdre of the sorrows / Declan Kiberd
- pt. 2. Theorising Synge. J.M. Synge: European encounters / Ben Levitas
- Synge and the Irish language / Alan Titley
- Synge and gender / Susan Cannon Harris
- Postcolonial Synge / C.L. Innes
- Synge and Irish modernism / Greogry Dobbins
- pt. 3. Synge on stage. Synge in performance / Nicholas Grene
- J.M. Synge in America / Brenda Murphy
- Synge and contemporary Irish drama / Anthony Roche
- Select bibliography.