By A. Norman Jeffares
This e-book discusses the reviews of students and critics at the performs of Yeats, explains problems in Yeats performs, annotating phrases and words the place worthwhile and it additionally provides info of printings, preliminary guides and casts..
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Extra info for A Commentary on the Collected Plays of W. B. Yeats
Senator Michael Yeats, 'W. B. J, XXXI, June 1966, thinks the title was inspired by a song written by the Gaelic poet Blind William Heffernan. (jl/ala, in IJJS: Ki1lala is in Co. z. August 1798. They were joined by many unarmed peasants, marched inland to Castlebar, where they defeated a large body of yeomanry. They were surrounded by Lord Cornwallis at Ballinamuck and forced to surrender. The Hothe, a French ship, later arrived in Lough Swilly and had to surrender to an English squadron. Wolfe Tone was on board.
London, 195 3, 196o, 1963, 1966). The cast of the first production was as follows: Maurteen Bruin, James Welch; Shawn Bruin, A. E. W. Mason; Father Hart, G. R. Foss; Bridget Bruin, Charlotte Morland; Maire Bruin, Winifred Fraser; A Faery Child, Dorothy Paget. 24 A Commentary on the Colle&ted Plays of W. B. Yeats ~ 3-63 S3 Persons in the Play: In a letter to Martin E. Browne, Yeats wrote: 'I named the characters in my play Harts and Bruins to the best of my memory because those names were common in the village of Rosses at Rosses Point, Sligo.
The Angel is about to pass out to the L, when Alee/ speaks. ' For the description of the angds, cf. 'When I was in my twenties I saw a drawing or etching by some French artist of an angd standing against a midnight sky. The angd was old, wingless, and armed like a knight, as impossibly tall as one of those figures at Chartres Cathedral, and its face was worn by time and by innumerable battles . • . •• deed alone: in DP Yeats wrote that 'the selling of the souls', these lines and lines 4-7, 44, which were 'considered an attack on the Pope', caused disturbances at the first performances: Every disturbance was drowned by cheers.