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OCasey and the Genre of Autobiography
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Abbey Abbey Theatre achieve artistic assessment attempts auto autobiographer's awareness becomes biographical Casside Catholic chapter character conductor confirm consciousness contemporary contents criticism Daniel Macmillan death depicted dramatic Drums Dublin earlier Easter Rising Ella's England example experiences expression eyes fantasies feelings figure focus Gaelic League genre hero hero's historical ideal images imaginative individual Inishfallen Ireland Irish Irish Citizen Army Jim Larkin Johnny Johnny's Joyce Joyce's Knock Lady Gregory language Lennox Robinson letter literary literature lives London Macmillan materials metaphor Michael Casside's narration narrative O'Casey's autobiography O'Hickey Parnell passages past Patrick Pearse patriotic perception personal history perspective play playwright political portrait present principles prose protagonist provides reality recounting religious response revealing role satire scene Sean O'Casey Sean's self-portrait self-portrayal sense Shaw significance social song story suggest Sunset symbolic Tassie temporal third-person narration tradition truth views vision volume W. B. Yeats Wolfe Tone writing Yeats Yeats's