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ISBN:
1161436537
Author:
J. M. Synge
Category:
Literary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kessinger Publishing, LLC (May 23, 2010)
Pages:
28 pages
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In the Shadow of the Glen, also known as The Shadow of the Glen, is a one-act play written by the Irish playwright J. M. Synge and first performed at the Molesworth Hall, Dublin, on October 8, 1903.

In the Shadow of the Glen, also known as The Shadow of the Glen, is a one-act play written by the Irish playwright J. It was the first of Synge's plays to be performed on stage. It is set in an isolated cottage in County Wicklow in what was then the present day (c. 1903). Daniel Burke, an elderly farmer. Nora Burke, his young wife. Michael Dara, a youthful shepherd.

Synge's other plays, goes against the highly idealized portrayal of the Irish in other Irish literary revival literature (such .

Synge's other plays, goes against the highly idealized portrayal of the Irish in other Irish literary revival literature (such as Cathleen ni Houlihan). This play, however, takes place in County Wicklow where Synge also spent time.

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Dan Burke, it seems, is dead, his body lying on his bed beneath a sheet. His young wife Nora has taken a tramp into the house, a man seeking refuge from the cruel weather of the valley in which she lives.

Dan Burke, it seems, is dead, his body lying on his bed beneath a sheet. They pass pleasantries until Nora's intended arrives, a neighbouring shepherd named Michael Dara, with whom Nora schemes a fresh union even while her husband's body is not yet cold.

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TRAMP It was no lie, lady of the house.

You can also read the full text online using our ereader. TRAMP It was no lie, lady of the house. I was passing below on a dark night the like of this night, and the sheep were lying under the ditch and every one of them coughing, and choking, like an old man, with the great rain and the fog. Then I heard a thing talking - queer talk, you wouldn't believe at all, and you out of your dreams, - and "Merciful God," says I, "if I begin hearing the like of that voice out of the thick mist, I'm destroyed surely. Then I run, and I run, and I run, till I was below in Rathvanna.

In the shadow of the glen. A play in one act. By J. Synge

In the shadow of the glen. Synge. First performed at the Molesworth Hall, Dublin, October 8th, 1903. TRAMP On my two feet, lady of the house, and when I saw the light below I thought maybe if you'd a sup of new milk and a quiet decent corner where a man could sleep {he looks in past her and sees the dead ma. The Lord have mercy on us all! NORA It doesn't matter anyway, stranger, come in out of the rain. TRAMP {Coming in slowly and going towards the be. Is it departed he is?

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In 1896 JM Synge met W. B. Yeats, who encouraged Synge to live for a while in the Aran Islands and then return to Dublin and devote himself to creative work. In 1897 Synge suffered his first attack of Hodgkin's disease, a form of untreatable cancer at the time, and also had an enlarged gland removed from his neck. He had written two one-act plays, Riders to the Sea and The Shadow of the Glen the previous year. The Shadow of the Glen was performed at the Molesworth Hall in October 1903. It was a success, making him a powerful voice in Irish culture.

Home Browse Books Book details, In the Shadow of the Glen. The last cottage at the head of a long glen in County Wicklow

Home Browse Books Book details, In the Shadow of the Glen. Read FREE! In the Shadow of the Glen. The last cottage at the head of a long glen in County Wicklow. Cottage kitchen; turf fire on the right; a bed near it against the wall with a body lying on it covered with a sheet

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