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29%OFFJames Pethica (Ed.) - Early Irish Writings 1882-1893 (The Coole Edition of Lady Gregory's Writings) - 9780861404957 - 9780861404957
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Early Irish Writings 1882-1893 (The Coole Edition of Lady Gregory's Writings)

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Description for Early Irish Writings 1882-1893 (The Coole Edition of Lady Gregory's Writings) Hardcover.
This sixteenth volume of the Coole Edition contains Lady Gregory's first writings on Ireland. They include the two surviving versions of her unpublished first attempt at autobiography, 'An Emigrant's Note Book' (1883); three short stories she wrote under the pseudonym `Angus Grey' -'A Philanthropist', 'A Gentleman' and 'Peeler Astore' (1890-91); and her anonymously-issued anti-Home Rule pamphlet A Phantom's Pilgrimage, or Home Ruin (1893). Appendices contain her lyric 'Alas, a woman may not love' (1886) and the poems she sent to Wilfrid Scawen Blunt following his imprisonment in Galway in 1888 for participating in a banned tenant protest against evictions. Also ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Colin Smythe Ltd
Format
Hardback
Publication date
2018
Condition
New
Number of Pages
256
Place of Publication
Bucks, United Kingdom
ISBN
9780861404957
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9780861404957
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About James Pethica (Ed.)
Lady Isabella Augusta Gregory, nee Persse (1852-1932) was one of the lynch-pins of the Irish Literary Revival. Born in a landed family in Co.Galway, widow of Sir William Gregory, erstwhile Governor of Ceylon, with W.B.Yeats and J.M.Synge she was one of the first three directors of Dublin's Abbey Theatre, as well as being playwright, translator, folklorist. James Pethica teaches ... Read more

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