Shakespeare and Twentieth-century Irish Drama: Conceptualizing Identity and Staging Boundaries
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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Abbey Theatre Andrew Hadfield Anglo-Irish articulates assimilation audience Boyle Boyle's Brian Friel British Cambridge Captain Catholic Celtic century chaos colonial critics Day Theatre Company depiction deterritorialization discourse dramatists Easter Rising Elizabeth Elizabethan England English Essays Falstaff Field Day Theatre Field Day's Fluellen Fluther France French Friel's play Gaelic Gaunt Glendower hegemony Henriad Henry Henry IV Henry's history play Hotspur Ibid ideology Irish characters Irish culture Irish drama Irish literature Irish National Irish playwright Irish writers ish my nation issues Joxer Katherine King Lady Gregory Lancey land language linguistic literary London Macmorris Maire Manchester marginalized Mark Thornton Mortimer national identity Northern Ireland O'Casey's Dublin Trilogy Owen Padraic Pearse Paycock Pearse Playboy Plough political Renaissance Richard Richtarik Routledge scene Seamus Seamus Deane Seamus Heaney Sean O'Casey serves Shakespeare's Henriad Shakespeare's plays speak Spenser Spenser's View stereotypes Synge's Tobair Translations Welsh Willy Maley Writing Yeats Yolland