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eBook British Irish Women Dramatists (Gender in Writing) download ISBN: 0335096026
Author: Griffiths
Publisher: Open University Pres (February 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 208
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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.

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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.

Traces the history of women playwrights in the British Isles since the resurgence of the theater there in the late 1950s, along with perspective on such topics as lesbian theater, black women dramatists, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and collaborations and experimentation. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.