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Publisher: Open University Pres (February 1, 1993)
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British and Irish Women Dramatists since 1958 : A Critical Handbook. This is a critical reference guide to the important contribution made by women-writers to the renaissance of British drama since the late 1950s.
British and Irish Women Dramatists since 1958 : A Critical Handbook. by Margaret Llewellyn-Jones and Trevor R. Griffiths. The coverage ranges from collective work, women's companies and cabaret through to traditional single author plays. The book chronicles low-budget, short-running fringe shows as well as London productions of big name authors.
British Irish Women Dramatists book. British Irish Women Dramatists (Gender in Writing). 0335096026 (ISBN13: 9780335096022).
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This is a list of playwrights either born in Ireland or holding Irish citizenship. Playwrights whose work is in Irish are included. John Banim (1798-1842), Sebastian Barry (born 1955). Samuel Beckett (1906-1989). Brendan Behan (1923-1964). Dermot Bolger (born 1959). Dion Boucicault (1820–1890). Colm Byrne (born 1966). Marina Carr (born 1964). Paul Vincent Carroll (1900-1968). Anne-Marie Casey(born 1965). Austin Clarke (1896-1974).
England's Principal Woman Dramatist and Independent Woman of Letters in 18th Century London.
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Women’s Writing in Irish, 1900-2013. by Ríona Nic Congáil. However, these three women were also important and successful dramatists, and, in this article, I examine one unjustly neglected play by each of them: Mary Manning’s Youth’s the Seaso. (1931), Christine Longford’s Tankardstown, or A Lot to be Thankful For (1948), and Maura Laverty’s Tolka Row (1951).
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British and Irish Women Dramatists Since 1958: A Critical Handbook. Buckingham and Philadelphia: Open University Press, 1993. Pp. viii + 193. £3. 0 Hb; £1. 9 Pb.