Isabella Augusta Gregory

Isabella Augusta, Lady Gregory, Persse jaioa (Roxborough, Galway konderria, 1852ko martxoaren 15a - Coole Park, Galway konderria, 1932ko maiatzaren 22a) irlandar antzerkigile, folklorista eta antzezlaria izan zen.

Isabella Augusta Gregory
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Bizitza
Jaiotzako izen-deiturakIsabella Augusta Persse
JaiotzaLoughrea1852ko martxoaren 15a
Herrialdea Irlandako Errepublika
 Britainia Handia eta Irlandako Erresuma Batua
HeriotzaCoole Park (en) Itzuli1932ko maiatzaren 22a (80 urte)
Heriotza moduaberezko heriotza: bularreko minbizia
Familia
AitaDudley Persse
AmaFrances Barry
Ezkontidea(k)William Henry Gregory (en) Itzuli  (1880ko martxoaren 7a, 1880ko martxoaren 4a -
Seme-alabak
Hezkuntza
Hizkuntzakingelesa
Jarduerak
Jarduerakhizkuntzalaria, poeta, antzerkigilea, itzultzailea, autobiografialaria, eguneroko-idazlea eta idazlea

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Irlandako Literatur Antzokiaren eta Abbey Theatrearen sortzaileetako bat izan zen William Butler Yeats eta Edward Martynekin batera, eta bi konpainientzako lan laburrak idatzi zituen. Irlandako mitologiari buruzko hainbat liburu ere idatzi zituen. Britainiar domeinuarekin identifikatutako familia batean jaio arren, haren aurka matxinatu zen.

Irlandako Literatur Berpizkundean egindako lanagatik gogoratzen da batez ere. Galway konderriko bere etxea izan zen mugimenduko kideen bilgunea.

LanakAldatu

  • Arabi and His Household (1882)
  • Over the River (1888)
  • A Phantom's Pilgrimage, or Home Ruin (1893) (anonimoki)
  • Sir William Gregory, K.C.M.G., Formerly Member of Parliament and Sometime Governor of Ceylon: An Autobiography (argitaratzailea 1894)
  • Mr. Gregory's Letter Box 1813–1830 (argitaratzailea 1898)
  • Casadh an t-súgáin; or, The Twisting of the Rope (translator 1902)
  • Cuchulain of Muirthemne: The Story of the Men of the Red Branch of Ulster (Irish folk tales 1902)
  • Poets and Dreamers: Studies and Translations from the Irish by Lady Gregory (1903)
  • Gods and Fighting Men: The Story of the Tuatha de Danann and of the Fianna of Ireland (1904)
  • Kincora: A Drama in Three Acts (1905)
  • Spreading the News, The Rising of the Moon By Lady Gregory. The Poorhouse by Lady Gregory and Douglas Hyde (1906)
  • The Hyacinth Galvey: A Comedy (1906)
  • A Book of Saints and Wonders, Put Down Here by Lady Gregory According to the Old Writings and the Memory of the People of Ireland (1907)
  • Seven Short Plays: Spreading the News. Hyacinth Halvey. The Rising of the Moon. The Jackdaw. The Workhouse Ward. The Travelling Man. The Gaol Gate (1909)
  • The Kiltartan History Book (1909)
  • The Kiltartan Molière: The Miser. The Doctor in Spite of Himself. The Rogueries of Scapin. Translated by Lady Gregory (1910)
  • Spreading the News (1911)
  • The Kiltartan Wonder Book by Lady Gregory (1911)
  • Irish Folk-History Plays, 1st series. The Tragedies: Grania – Kincora—Dervorgilla (1912)
  • Irish Folk-History Plays, 2nd series: The Tragic-Comedies: The Canavans – The White Cockade – The Deliverer (1912)
  • New Comedies: The Bogie Men; The Full Moon; Coats; Damer's Gold; McDonough's Wife (1913)
  • Damer's Gold: A Comedy in Two Acts (1913)
  • Coats (1913)
  • Our Irish Theatre – A Chapter of Autobiography (1913)
  • The Unicorn from the Stars: And Other Plays, by W.B. Yeats and Lady Gregory (1915)
  • Shanwalla (1915)
  • The Golden Apple: A Play for Kiltartan Children (1916)
  • The Kiltartan Poetry Book: Prose Translations from the Irish (1919)
  • The Dragon: A Wonder Play in Three Acts (1920)
  • Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland Collected and Arranged by Lady Gregory: With Two Essays and Notes by W.B. Yeats (1920)
  • Hugh Lane's Life and Achievement, with Some Account of the Dublin Galleries. With Illustrations (1921)
  • The Image and Other Plays (Hanranhan's Ghost; Shanwalla; The Wrens(1922)
  • Three Wonder Plays: The Dragon. Aristotle's Bellows. The Jester (1922)
  • Plays in Prose and Verse: Written for an Irish Theatre, and Generally with the Help of a Friend, by W. B. Yeats and Lady Gregory (1922)
  • The Story Brought by Brigit (1924)
  • Mirandolina (1924)
  • On the Racecourse (1926)
  • Three Last Plays: Sancho's Master. Dave. The Would-Be Gentleman (1928)
  • My First Play (Colman and Guair) (1930)
  • Coole (1931)
  • Lady Gregory's Journals (1947)
  • Seventy Years, 1852-1922, Being the Autobiography of Lady Gregory (1974)
  • The Journals. Part 1. 10 October 1916 – 24 February 1925 (1978)
  • The Journals. Part 2. 21 February 1925 – 9 May 1932 (1987)
  • Lady Gregory's Diaries 1892-1902 (1996)
  • Lady Gregory's Early Irish Writings 1883-1893 (2018)

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