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Synge

John Millington. 1871--1909, Irish playwright. His plays, marked by vivid colloquial Irish speech, include Riders to the Sea (1904) and The Playboy of the Western World, produced amidst uproar at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, in 1907
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Unlike so many of his predecessors and contemporary travel-writers, who held colonial or nationalist motives, Synge focused on the local people and events, challenging these stereotypes in comparative, globally connective ways.
Insofar as this scalar bending disrupts Synges own sense of orientation and his text's central narrative arc, the resulting paratactic text is modernist: "The time of Synge's narrative is always multiple, always folded in upon itself, always resistant to the linear expectations of modernization and development--it is a time that contains all at once" (140).
The normalization of ct and z by the de Broglie radii [r.sub.L] and [r.sub.d] is a characteristic of the PV model of the vacuum state, and is related to the Synge primitive (planewave) quantization of spacetime to be discussed below.
In determining how queer can do its work within Synge's Riders to the Sea and O'Neill's Bound East for Cardiff, it is imperative to determine what makes these plays queer in the first place.
Note: This poem is written in the style and language used by Synge in his plays The Playboy of the Western World, The Well of the Saints, In the Shadow of the Glen, etc., partly as an exercise and partly because I love the language of the plays surely.
Synge, the playwright of The Playboy of the Western World, when he dies prematurely from Hodgkin's disease.
John Synge, I and Augusta Gregory, thought All that we did, all that we said or sang Must come from contact with the soil, from that Contact everything Antaeus-like grew strong.
Like so many other perennially broke Irish writers in the first quarter of the 20th century, Synge preferred to live in Paris rather than Dublin.
Synge recibio la influencia determinante de su compatriota William Butler Yeats cuando vivian en Paris, el cual lo estimulo a entregarse a la literatura y buscar material para su trabajo en los desolados parajes de las islas de Aran, en la costa oeste de Irlanda.
Richard Hannon, for landing a one-two in the nursery with King Supreme and Synge Street
On consideration, the clash between an individual and community prejudices in this 1908 play invites comparison with Christy Mahon's difference from the Mayo people in Synge's The Playboy of the Western World (1907).