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William J. Feeney
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978-0838631881
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0838631886
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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr (March 1, 1984)
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Feeney, William . 1920-. Irish Theatre Company (Dublin, Ireland), Theater. Rutherford : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London : Associated University Presses.

Feeney, William . inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. China-America Digital Academic Library (CADAL).

The writing of literary histories is notoriously difficult; writing a history of dramatic literature that also attempts to cover over ninety years of theatre history too is to work against almost impossible odds.

Drama in Hardwicke Street book. This first full length history of the Irish Theatre Company follows the theater from its inception in 1914, through the crisis of the Easter Rising, in which three of its founders were killed, to its demise in 1920, when the "Troubles" turned the streets of Dublin into a battlefield and its surviving founder, Edward Matryn, refused to make the concessions to middlebrow tas.

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A two-act allegory produced by the Irish Theatre Company. Drama in Hardwicke Street: A History of the Irish Theatre Company.

A two-act allegory produced by the Irish Theatre Company "In a Sinn Fein Court". Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

by William J. Feeney. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780838631881.

E. S. Maxwell, A Critical History of Modern Irish Drama 1891–1980, and William J. Feeney, Drama in Hardwicke Street: a History of the Irish Theatre Company. Published: 1 January 1988. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Yeats Annual. Yeats Annual pp 273-278; doi:10.

The three founded the Irish Literary Theatre, for . Drama in Hardwicke Street by William J Feeney, published 1984 by Associated University Presses.

The three founded the Irish Literary Theatre, for whom Martyn wrote his best and most popular plays The Heather Field and A Tale of a Town. He covered the costs of the company's first three seasons, which proved crucial to establishing the company and the future of the Abbey Theatre. He later parted ways with Yeats and Gregory, something he later regretted, but remained on warm terms with Lady Gregory till the end of his life. Lady Gregory's Journal, p. 64-5.

Feeney, William Foster, John Wilson. Gregory, Lady Augusta. New York: Capricorn Books, 1965. Lady Gregory’s Diaries: 1892–1902, ed. Rutherford, Madison, Teaneck: Farleigh Dickinson Press, 1984. W. B. Yeats and D. P. Moran (unpublished MS). Finneran, Richard . et a. eds. Letters to W. Yeats. New York: Columbia University Press, 1977. Fictions of the Irish Literary Revival: A Changeling Art. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1987. Foster, R. F. ‘‘A Democratic Crusade.

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