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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Sean Moffatt
  • ISBN:
    0717118347
  • ISBN13:
    978-0717118342
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  • Publisher:
    Gill & Macmillan Ltd (December 1, 1991)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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It is set in Dublin and addresses the 1916 Easter Rising. The play's title references the Starry Plough flag which was used by the Irish Citizen Army. It is the third play of O'Casey's well-known "Dublin Trilogy" – the other two being The Shadow of a Gunman (1923) and Juno and the Paycock (1924).

Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iO. Sean O'Casey was born on March 30, 1880 in Dublin, Ireland. Other than the Dublin Trilogy, his many works include "The Star Turned Red", "The Silver Tassie", and "Purple Dust".

Sean O'Casey was born on March 30, 1880 in Dublin, Ireland. He died on September 18, 1964.

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Mostly male cast Includes young adult, adult, mature adult, elderly, late teen characters.

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Olivier Award-winning director Sean Holmes brings a new perspective to Sean O’Casey’s absorbing play, which was . Directed by Sean Holmes.

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Sean O'Casey was a major Irish dramatist. A committed socialist, he was the first Irish playwright of note to write about the Dublin working classes. He left school at the age of fourteen and worked at a variety of jobs, including railwayman and newspaper distributor. He was married to Irish actor Eileen Carey Reynolds and had 3 children, two sons: Breon O'Casey, Niall (who died in 1957 of leukaemia) and one daughter: Shivaun.

An in-depth exploration of O'Casey's play offering an overview of the playwright's life and the historical background to the play. The book offers detailed accounts of the characters and dominant themes - escape, poverty, history, politics, heroism - and a discussion on tragedy and comedy and how they feature in the play. There is also a study of O'Casey's language, covering dialect, poetic language, rhetoric, biblical language and verbal comedy. Important features such as O'Casey's female characters, irony, conflicts, mood and pace, musical references, melodrama and naturalism are also discussed. The book is suitable for both Ordinary and Higher level Leaving Certificate students and includes sample examination questions.