Shakespeare and Twentieth-century Irish Drama: Conceptualizing Identity and Staging Boundaries
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - 115페이지
This study specifically explores Shakespeare's influence on the dramatic genre in Ireland through an examination of two representative Irish writers, modern dramatist Sean O'Casey and contemporary playwright Brian Friel.
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Englands Sense of Self and the Irish Other
or a View of the Present State of England
Brush up your Shakespeare
Religion and Politics
Colonial Domination and Deculturation in Brian Friels
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