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A Bibliography of Modern Irish Drama 1899–1970 by E.H. Mikhail

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The Irish Literary Drama', Poet Lore (Philadelphia), XVI (1905) 4o-53. , CXVII, No. 23 (9 June 1934) 26. , 'Irish Writing Today', Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review (Dublin), XLIV (Spring 1955) 81-5. SIGERSON, GEORGE, 'The Irish Peasantry and the Stage', United Irishman (Dublin) (r7 Feb 1906) 2-3. SILKE, ELIZABETH, 'Drama in Belfast', The Bell (Dublin), xv, No. 4 (1948) 65-7. SKEFFINGTON, F. SHEEHY, 'The Irish National Theatre', T. 's Weekly (London), XXI, No. 547 (2 May 1913) 566. ] SKELTON, RoBIN, 'Twentieth-Century Irish Literature and the Private Press Tradition: Dun Emer, Cuala, and Dolmen Presses, 1902-1963', Massachusetts Review, v (1964) 368-77.

SIGERSON, GEORGE, 'The Irish Peasantry and the Stage', United Irishman (Dublin) (r7 Feb 1906) 2-3. SILKE, ELIZABETH, 'Drama in Belfast', The Bell (Dublin), xv, No. 4 (1948) 65-7. SKEFFINGTON, F. SHEEHY, 'The Irish National Theatre', T. 's Weekly (London), XXI, No. 547 (2 May 1913) 566. ] SKELTON, RoBIN, 'Twentieth-Century Irish Literature and the Private Press Tradition: Dun Emer, Cuala, and Dolmen Presses, 1902-1963', Massachusetts Review, v (1964) 368-77. ' The New York Times (31 Mar 1935), Section XI, p.

231-40. 44 XXVI (Feb 1912) PERIODICALS PowELL, YoRK, 'A Fragment of Irish Literary History: Irish Influence on English Literature', The Freeman's Journal (Dublin), cxxxv (8 Apr I902) 6. ), IC (I6 Dec I9II) 9I6-I9. RHODES, RAYMOND CROMPTON, 'The Irish National Theatre', T. 's Weekly (London), XXI, No. 545 (I8 Apr I9I3) 504. ] RoBERTS, PETER, 'Dublin 2', Plays and Players (London), XVIII, No. 8 (May I97I) 53-5. RoBINSON, LENNOX, 'The Birth of a Nation's Theatre', The Emerson Quarterly (Boston), XIII, No.

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