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Lady Augusta Gregory

a.k.a. Isabella Augusta (nee) Persse

Author Code: ILAG

Born: Mar. 15, 1852 - County Galway, Ireland

Died: May 22, 1932 - Coole Park, Gort, Ireland

Educated at home, Augusta was greatly influenced by her nurse who introduced her to the history and legends of Ireland. She married the 63 year old Sir William Gregory in 1880. They had one son, Robert, who was killed in the First World War. In 1881, they spent the winter in Egypt. Augusta had an affair with Wilfred Scawen Blunt. Her husband died in 1892. Until then, she had published some poetry and pamphlets. In 1897, together with Yeats and Edward Martyn, she co-founded the National Theatre of Ireland. She became a gifted playwright and published many plays until her death, often in the original Gaelic. She produced her first play, Twenty-Five in 1903. She became a master of the comedy. She was also responsible for the translation of many Irish works to English. Her works include The White Cockade (1905), Hyacinth Halvey (1906), The Image (1909), Damer's Gold, (1912), Irish Folk History Plays (1912), Our Irish Theatre (1913), Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland (1920), An Old Woman Remembers (1923), Dave (1927) and Coole (1931).

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ILAG001 The Bogie Men [Play] 1913 14 158k eBook Download PDF - 'The Bogie Men [Play]' (ILAG001)   Download ePub - 'The Bogie Men [Play]' (ILAG001) Find a printed copy of The Bogie Men [Play] by Lady Augusta Gregory at AbeBooks

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