Sean O'Casey - Reading From His Works FLAC album
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Title: Reading From His Works
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Seán O'Casey (Irish: Seán Ó Cathasaigh ; born John Casey; 30 March 1880 – 18 September 1964) was an Irish dramatist and memoirist. A committed socialist, he was the first Irish playwright of note to write about the Dublin working classes. O'Casey was born at 85 Upper Dorset Street, Dublin, as John Casey, the son of Michael Casey, a mercantile clerk, and Susan Archer
Recorded at his home in Totnes, Devon on November 12, 1952" Made in . Catalog number appears as TC 1012 on the covers and as TC-1012 on the labels. Matrix, Runout (Side A): TC1012ATI. Matrix, Runout (Side B): TC1012BTI. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Sean O’Casey is widely considered to be one of the most accomplished playwrights of the twentieth century. O’Casey was born on March 30, 1880, the youngest of thirteen children in a Protestant, working-class family living in predominantly Catholic Dublin. Around 1906 O’Casey left the Protestant church, expending his energy instead on nationalist causes. His fraternization with other nationalists prompted him to join the Irish Republican Brotherhood, a militant fraternal organization which helped to organize the Easter Rising of 1916.
Reading From His Works. Reading From His Works tracks. Pictures In The Hallway: The Second Half Of Chapter 2. Juno And The Paycock: Opening Scene, Juno And The Paycock: Final Scene, Inishfallen, Fare Thee Well: The Death Of Mrs. Casside.
Sean O’Casey: The Man and His Work. 2d ed. New York: Macmillan, 1975. Krause examines O’Casey’s life, drama, and experiences in the theatrical world. Mikhail, E. H. Sean O’Casey and His Critics: An Annotated Bibliography. Scarecrow Press, 1985. The Essential O’Casey: A Study of the Twelve Major Plays of Sean O’Casey. New York: International Publishers, 1980. This volume provides a handy summary of O’Casey’s most popular works. Sean O’Casey: A Life.
O'Casey's father, Michael Casey, died when Seán was just six years of age. The family lived a peripatetic life thereafter, moving from house to house around north Dublin. As a child, Seán suffered from poor eyesight, which interfered somewhat with his early education. He left school at the age of fourteen and worked at a variety of jobs, including a nine-year stint as a railwayman From the early 1890s, O'Casey and.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. From the perspective of the 1990s O'Casey stands out as Ireland's greatest playwright of the century. He it was who most passionately, most powerfully and most memorably dramatized the traumatic birth of the nation. He it was who gave to the twentieth-century theatre a greater range of vivid and original characters, male and female, than any other Irish playwright. What sets O'casey apart from his contemporaries is his abilty to utilize common people and their experiences to capture the tenor of the times. Without making his plays overtly about politics he is the most political of playwrights from his era. A remarkable gift for allowing his audience to see larger truths through the lives of ordinary Dubliners just looking to get by.
O'Casey's father died when Seán was just six years of age, leaving a family of thirteen. As a child, he suffered from poor eyesight, which interfered somewhat with his early education, but O'Casey taught himself to read and write by the age of thirteen. He left school at fourteen and worked at a variety of jobs, including a nine-year period as a railwayman
O'Casey's father, Michael Casey, died when he choked on raw fish. He left school at the age of fourteen and worked at a variety of jobs, including a nine-year stint as a railway man. From the early 1890s, Sean and his older brother, Archie, put on performances of plays by Dion Boucicault and William Shakespeare in the family home.
|A1||Opening Scene From "Juno And The Paycock"|
|A2||Final Scene From "Juno And The Paycock"|
|A3||The Death Of Mrs. Casside From "Inishfallen, Fare Thee Well"|
|B||The Second Half Of Chapter 2 From "Pictures In The Hallway"|
- Artwork – Frasconi*
NotesRecorded at his home in Totnes, Devon on November 12, 1952
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): E3-KP-4851
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): E3-KP-4852
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout ETching): E3-KP-4851-1 A2A TC 1012A KR
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): E3 KP 4852 1 A2A TC 1012B KR BR
|TC 1012, TC-1012||Sean O'Casey||Reading From His Works (LP)||Caedmon Records, Caedmon Records||TC 1012, TC-1012||US||1953|
|TC 1012, TC-1012||Sean O'Casey||Reading From His Works (LP)||Caedmon Records, Caedmon Records||TC 1012, TC-1012||US||Unknown|