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Lady Gregory receives her due at last? Her solid contribution to the theatre, her unwavering championship of the Abbey ; her moral and material support of Yeats and other writers ; her inexhaustible hospitality ; her extraordinary devotion and integrity — all these qualities, and more, make her the real heroine of the story, and perhaps, one feels, the author's favourite. Previous biographies of her, often dull and patronising, are forgotten as we read of her narrow upbringing, her wild brothers, her loyalty to an ageing husband, her liaison with Blunt, her love affair with Coole.
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Synge in the early days of the Irish Literary Theatre which would later become the Abbey Theatre introduced their audience to scenarios and characters form Irish myth and legend. However, when looked at closely these plays have as much to do with the present as with the past. Yeats's focus on Cuchulain, for instance, in a play such as 'On Baile's Strand' allows him to question the nature of the hero in the modern world.
But it is important to stress that these writers were not mesmerized by the past.
They did not believe that it was possible to fully recover the past or to ignore the movement of history and resurrect a Gaelic society with a Gaelic language in the present. Inscribed by O'Connor on front end paper. Rubbing to price-clipped jacket. Inscribed by Author s. Available From More Booksellers. About the Book. We're sorry; this specific copy is no longer available.
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