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  1. The Aran islands by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-08-20
  2. The well of the saints: a play by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-08-09
  3. J. M. Synge, 1871-1909 by David H. Greene, Edward M. Stephens, 1991-06-01
  4. The playboy of the western world: A comedy in three acts by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-09-06
  5. In Wicklow, West Kerry and Connemara by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-08-19
  6. Plays by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-08-20
  7. Poems and translations by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-09-10
  8. In the shadow of the glen by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-09-06
  9. Riders to the sea by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-06-15
  10. The works of John M. Synge by J M. 1871-1909 Synge, 2010-09-11
  11. A CENTENARY TRIBUTE TO J.M. SYNGE 1871-1909:SUNSHINE AND THE MOON'S DELIGHT. by S.B. Bushrui, 1979-01-01
  12. J.M.Synge 1871-1909 by David H. and Edward M. Stephens Greene, 1959-01-01
  13. J. M. SYNGE 1871-1909 by DAVID H. GREENE, 1961
  14. J. M. Synge, 1871-1909

1. Synge, J. M. (John Millington), 1871-1909 | D2R Server For The Gutenberg Project
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2. Synge, J. M.; Bibliography By Subject
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3. John Millington Synge - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Synge, J.M.. The Complete Plays. 1st. New York Vintage Books, 1935. Synge, J.M.; The Aran Islands edited with an introduction by Tim Robinson (Penguin 1992) ISBN 014-018432-5
John Millington Synge
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John Millington Synge Born 16 April 1871
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Elpis Nursing Home, Dublin Ireland Occupation novelist
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Influenced Samuel Beckett Padraig Pearse Peig Sayers Seamus Heaney Edmund John Millington Synge (16 April 1871 – 24 March 1909) was an Irish playwright poet prose writer, and collector of folklore . He was one of the cofounders of the Abbey Theatre . He is best known for his play The Playboy of the Western World , which caused riots during its opening run at the Abbey Theatre. Synge suffered from Hodgkin's disease , a form of cancer at the time untreatable. He died just weeks short of his 38th birthday and was at the time trying to complete his last play, The Last Black Supper

4. John Millington Synge (1871-1909)
Synge was born near Dublin in 1871 and died in 1909. He received his degree John Millington Synge. J.M. Synge Bio. Synge Monologues. J.M. Synge Poems
John Millington Synge Synge was born near Dublin in 1871 and died in 1909. He received his degree from Trinity College, Dublin, then went to Germany to study music and later to Paris, where he lived for several years working at literary criticism. Here, he met a compatriot, William Butler Yeats, who persuaded Synge to live for a while in the Aran Islands and then return to Dublin and devote himself to creative work. The Aran Islands (1907) is the journal of Synge's retreat among these primitive people. The plays of Irish peasant life on which his fame rests were written in the last six years of his life. The first two one-act plays, In the Shadow of the Glen , (1903), a comedy, and Riders to the Sea (1904), considered one of the finest tragedies ever written, were produced by the Irish National Theatre Society. This group, with Synge, Yeats and Lady Gregory as co-directors, organized in 1904 the famous Abbey Theatre. Two comedies, The Well of the Saints (1905) and The Playboy of the Western World (1907), were presented by the Abbey players. The latter play created a furor of resentment among Irish patriots stung by Synge's bitter humor.

5. Synge, J.M. 1911. The Playboy Of The Western World
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6. J. M. Synge - Biography And Works
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John Millington Synge (1871-1909) Irish dramatist, author and poet contributed greatly to the Irish dramatic movement. John Millington Synge was born on 16 April 1871 at Rathfarnham, near Dublin, Ireland. His father, John Hatch Synge (18231872) died a year after he was born. His mother, Kathleen, ne Traill (18381908) decided to move her family to Rathgar, in Orwell Park, next door to her own mother. Synge and his siblings Robert, Edward, Annie and Samuel spent the summers at a country rental home, the Greystones, in Co. Wicklow. Much more of a listener than a talker, young Synge, who suffered ill-health all his life spent much time outside watching birds and collecting their eggs around Rathfarnham Castle, outings that he kept a diary of. I knew the stars, the flowers, the birds

7. The Aran Islands By Synge, J. M. (John Millington), 1871-1909
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8. John Millington Synge
A biography of the Irish dramatist.
Born, Rathfarnham, County Dublin, Ireland, 1871
Died, Dublin, Ireland, 1909
This document was originally published in Minute History of the Drama
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B IOGRAPHICALLY the most remarkable feature of Synge's career was its brevity. In the six years which elapsed between 1903, when In the Shadow of the Glen was produced, to 1909, when he died, he rose from absolute obscurity to world fame, and provided us with six plays on which his reputation must rest." [ Following the completion, or perhaps we should say, the beginning, of his education at Trinity College, Dublin, John Millington Synge set out to see the world. On foot he travelled through Germany, Italy and France, absorbing the very essence of them through the lives, legends and literature of their people. It was in 1899 in a Parisian attic that W.B. Yeats discovered him. With the unselfish insight that is not one of the least of Yeat's claims to distinction, he realized that here was a real genius being wasted on various kinds of literary hackwork. He persuaded Synge to return to Ireland and devote that genius to the themes of Irish life and the needs of the recently initiated Irish theater movement. For some time after his return Synge spent his time renewing his kinship with Ireland, sensing the life and belief of its peasantry. Especially was he interested in those islands just off the west coast, and his famous one-act play

9. Synge, J M - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Synge, J M
Synge, J(ohn) M(illington) (1871–1909) Irish dramatist and leading figure in the Irish literary revival of the early 20th century, born in Rathfarnham, County Dublin., J M

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11. John Millington Synge: Poems
An index of poems by John Millington Synge.
POEMS BY JOHN MILLINGTON SYNGE: JOHN MILLINGTON SYNGE . Born April 16, 1871, Rathfarnham, County Dublin, Ireland. Educated Trinity College, Dublin. Further educated himself by reading and travel on foot in France, Bavaria, and Italy. At the suggestion of W.B. Yeats returned to Ireland. Lived in Aran Islands. Newspaper writer and dramatist. Died March 24, 1909. Author of The Aran Islands, 1907; In Wicklow, In West Kerry, etc., 1906, 1907. PLAYS: In the Shadow of the Glen, Riders to the Sea, The Well of the Saints, The Playboy of the Western World, The Tinker's Wedding, Deirdre of the Sorrows, RELATED WEBSITES

12. Deirdre Of The Sorrows / Synge, J. M. (John Millington), 1871-1909
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13. John Millington Synge: Monologues
An index of monologues by Irish dramatist John Millington Synge.

14. DailyLit: Riders To The Sea, Book By J. M. (John Millington) Synge
First performed at the Molesworth Hall, Dublin, February 25th, 1904. NORA In a low voice. Where is she? CATHLEEN She's lying down, God help her, and may be sleeping, if she's able

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Quotes Lord, confound this surly sister, blight her brow with blotch and blister, cramp her larynx, lung and liver, in her guts a galling give her. The grief of the
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Home Library Quotes By Quotes Lord, confound this surly sister, blight her brow with blotch and blister, cramp her larynx, lung and liver, in her guts a galling give her. The grief of the keen is no personal complaint for the death of one woman over eighty years, but seems to contain the whole passionate rage that lurks somewhere in every native of the island. In this cry of pain the inner consciousness of the people seems to lay itself bare for an instant, and to reveal the mood of beings who feel their isolation in the face of a universe that wars on them with winds and seas. I'm a good scholar when it comes to reading but a blotting kind of writer when you give me a pen. In the middle classes the gifted son of a family is always the poorest usually a writer or artist with no sense for speculation and in a family of peasants, where the average comfort is just over penury, the gifted son sinks also, and is soon a tramp on the roadside. In a good play every speech should be as fully flavored as a nut or apple.

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17. John Millington Synge
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JOHN MILLINGTON SYNGE (1871-1909) The following biography was originally published in European Theories of the Drama BORN in Dublin in 1871, Synge studied music before going to Paris to write. There he was saved for his native ireland by William Butler Yeats in 1899 and persuaded that he must write about his own land. He went off on a second trip to the isolated Aran Islands, where he studied the local dialects, characters, and folklore. He began to write plays of peasant life, employing the natural speech which he had learned. His first play, In the Shadow of the Glen , was performed in 1903 by the Irish National Theatre, of which Yeats and Lady Gregory were co-founders. In 1904, Synge's brief peasant tragedy, Riders to the Sea , was staged at this company's new home, the Abbey Theatre, and Synge became the Abbey's literary adviser. Other folk plays followed, including his comedy about a mock-hero, The Playboy of the Western World (1907), which caused patriots to riot at the theatre. Synge died in 1909.

18. J.M. Synge Collection At
Synge, J.M. In a good play every speech should be as fully flavoured as a nut or apple, and such speeches cannot be written by anyone who works among people

Book From the O'Neill Library Synge, J. M. THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD Boston John W. Luce Co., 1911
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20. Riders To The Sea
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A synopsis of the play by John Millington Synge
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A FTER nine days of constant grieving for her missing son, Michael, who, she feels certain, has been drowned, old Maurya has fallen into a fitful sleep. Her daughter, Cathleen, is busy with household tasks, when another daughter, Nora, slips quietly into the kitchen with a bundle given her by the young priest. It contains part of the clothes taken from the body of a drowned man far in the north. They have been sent to Maurya's cottage with a view to possible identification. As Maurya shows signs of waking the girls hide the bundle until sometime when they shall be alone. Maurya's grieving for Michael is now coupled with fear of losing Bartley, her only remaining son. Five sons and a husband she has already lost to the sea. Will that insatiable tyrant insist on taking her sixth. The priest says not. But now Bartley insists that he will cross to the mainland this very day, in spite of winds and high seas, to dispose of a horse at the fair. In a fit of pique at this only remaining son for not listening to her pleas, Maurya lets him go without her blessing. The girls persuade her to intercept him with the lunch they had forgotten to give him and so to make opportunity for that blessing a mother should have given.

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