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EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off
EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off
EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off
EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off
EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off
EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off
EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off
EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off
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EN3604 Week 3: The Abbey: Riots onstage and off

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Week 3 slides for students studying EN3604: Writing Ireland at Brunel University.

Week 3 slides for students studying EN3604: Writing Ireland at Brunel University.

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  • 1. Writing Ireland Week 3: The Abbey: Riots Onstage and Off
  • 2. The Abbey Theatre "You have disgraced yourself again, is this to be the recurring celebration of the arrival of Irish genius?".
  • 3. The Playboy Riots“…a drift ofMayo girlsstanding in ..their shifts itself.”
  • 4. Sean O’CaseySee more at: See more at:http://www.irishwriters-online.com/ocasey-sean/ http://www.irishwriters-online.com/ocasey-sean/http://www.seanocasey.co.uk/ http://www.seanocasey.co.uk/
  • 5. 1916…
  • 6. The Play Tenement realities? Tenement realities? Heroism of women? Heroism of women? Critiqueand Question? Critique and Question? Protest and controversy Protest and controversy
  • 7. Next Week “All changed, “All changed,Yeats, W.B., W. B. Yeats (Faber 80th Anniversary Edition) Seamus Yeats, W.B., W. B. Yeats (Faber 80th Anniversary Edition) Seamus changed changedHeaney ed. (London: Faber & Faber, 2009) Heaney ed. (London: Faber & Faber, 2009) utterly”: utterly”:Particularly: Particularly: Poetry of Poetry of••The Lake of Innisfree The Lake of Innisfree Revolution and Revolution and••To Ireland in the Coming Times To Ireland in the Coming Times Resolution Resolution••No Second Troy No Second Troy••Easter 1916 Easter 1916••Meditations in Time of Civil War Meditations in Time of Civil WarChapman, Wayne K. “Joyce and Yeats: Easter 1916 and the Great War” Chapman, Wayne K. “Joyce and Yeats: Easter 1916 and the Great War”New Hibernia Review, Volume 10, Number 4, Geimhreadh/Winter 2006, New Hibernia Review, Volume 10, Number 4, Geimhreadh/Winter 2006,pp. 137-151 pp. 137-151

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