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Lennox Robinson papers, 1892-1954.

Author: Lennox Robinson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Lennox Robinson papers include several correspondence series, 40 play manuscripts including, in most cases, multiple drafts, 3 short stories, much of his non-fiction writings as well as his scrapbook of newspaper clippings and playbills. In the latter boxes there are some manuscripts of lesser-known writers Robinson collected himself. Nearly every aspect of this series has to do with Robinson's involvement in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: AE; Gregory, Lady; Lennox Robinson; Sean O'Casey; Bernard Shaw; W B Yeats
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lennox Robinson
OCLC Number: 212051094
Description: 8.10 cu. ft.
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The Lennox Robinson papers include several correspondence series, 40 play manuscripts including, in most cases, multiple drafts, 3 short stories, much of his non-fiction writings as well as his scrapbook of newspaper clippings and playbills. In the latter boxes there are some manuscripts of lesser-known writers Robinson collected himself. Nearly every aspect of this series has to do with Robinson's involvement in Irish Theatre. The manuscripts of Robinson's plays include drafts of his earliest plays like Harvest, the more well-known plays like The Clancy Name, White-Headed Boy, The Big House, and The Lost Leader. The non fiction writings consist of 43 of Robinson's "At the Play" columns as well as several of his essays on Irish topics and his partially autobiographical novel The Boy from Ballineen. In addition, this series contains 11 of the "I Sometimes Think" manuscripts as well as over 20 other essays on primarily Irish artists. Finally there are three scrapbooks of press cutting, play programs, and posters from the years of Robinson's activity with the Abbey Theatre. Included in the correspondence are the William Butler Yeats letters, the Lady Gregory letters, as well as letters from AE, George Bernard Shaw, Shawn O'Casey, Gerard Fey, Sean O'Faolain, Nora Robinson, Oliver, St. J. Gogarty, and James Stephens.

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