Juno and the Paycock

Juno and the Paycock Sources and ClassicNote Author

  • Armstrong, William A. "The Integrity of 'Juno and the Paycock'." Modern Drama (Mar. 1974): 1-9. Rpt. in Contemporary Literary Criticism. Ed. Dedria Bryfonski. Vol. 9. Detroit: Gale Research, 1978. Literature Resource Center. Online.

  • Ayling, Ronald. "Popular Tradition and Individual Talent in Sean O'Casey's Dublin Trilogy." Journal of Modern Literature 2.4 (Nov. 1972): 491-504. Online.

  • Ayling, Ronald. "Sean O'Casey." Modern British Dramatists, 1900-1945. Ed. Stanley Weintraub. Detroit: Gale Research, 1982. Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 10. Literature Resource Center. Online.

  • Dillaway, Charles K. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Roman Antiquities, and Ancient Mythology for Classical Schools (2nd ed). N.p.: N.p., 2007. Digital file.

  • Malone, Andrew E. "Ireland Gives a New Playwright to the World." Theatre Magazine 43.4 (Apr. 1926): 9, 58, 62. Rpt. at http://www.theatrehistory.com/irish/ocasey002.html.

  • Owens, Coilin D., and Joan N. Radner, eds. Irish Drama 1900 - 1980. N.p.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1990.

  • Schrank, Bernice. “Dialectical Configurations in Juno and the Paycock.” Twentieth Century Literature 21.4 (Dec. 1985): 438-456. Online.

  • Thomson, Leslie. "Opening the Eyes of the Audience: Visual and Verbal Imagery in Juno & the Paycock." Modern Drama 29.4 (Dec. 1986): 556-566. Rpt. in Drama Criticism. Ed. Linda Pavlovski. Vol. 12. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000. Literature Resource Center. Online.

  • Kitishat, Amal Riyadh. "Colonialism and the recreation of identity: The Irish Theatre as case study." Journal of Language and Culture 3.5 (Nov. 2012): 83-86. Online.