Twentieth century interpretations of The playboy of the Western World : a collection of critical essays / Edited by Thomas R. Whitaker.
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- Physical Description: iii, 122 pages ; 21 cm.
- Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, 
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Introduction: On playing with The playboy, by T. R. Whitaker.--J. M. Synge and the Ireland of his time, by W. B. Yeats.--Synge's poetic drama, by U. Ellis-Fermor.--A player's reflections on Playboy, by C. Cusack.--The playboy of the Western World, by T. R. Henn.--Synge's Playboy; morality and the hero, by N. Podhoretz.--The making of The playboy, by P. M. Spacks.--Synge's playboy as mock-Christ, by H. D. Pearce.--The composition of The Playboy, by D. H. Greene.--Synge's idiom, by R. Peacock.--The realist basis of surreality, by H. Howarth.--On playing with the audience, by J. L. Styan.--Bibliography (p. 121-122)
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|Subject:||Synge, J. M. (John Millington), 1871-1909. Playboy of the western world
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