The Tinker and the Sheeog
An Craoibhin Aoibhinn (a.k.a. Douglas Hyde, Irish playwright and president, 1860-1949), "The Tinker and the Sheeog,"
a __-minute Irish folk-drama in English, set in _____, ____,
© ____ by An Craoibhin Aoibhinn;
• in Lady Gregory (1852-1932) and Douglas Hyde’s Poets and Dreamers: Studies & Translations from the Irish, reprint of the 1903 edition (Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press ), LCCN 67-27603 r944, containing nine plays by Douglas Hyde/An Craoibhin, "The Twisting of the Rope," "The Lost Saint,"and "The Nativity"); also, in Douglas Hyde’s Selected Plays of Douglas Hyde, with translations by Lady Augusta Gregory, compiled and introduced by Gareth W. Dunleavy and Janet Egleson Dunleavy, with parallel texts in Gaelic and English (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1991), ISBN 0-86140-095-X, ISBN 0-86140-096-8;
• script/rights available probably in public domain.
_____ (m), __, _____; _____ (m), __, _____; _____ (m), __, _____; _____ (f), __, _____.
• Research could include Irish Literature, editor in chief Justin McCarthy, M.P.(1830-1912), joint editors Maurice Francis Egan (1852-____), Douglas Hyde, Lady Isabella Augusta (Persse) Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche (1847-1908), and Charles Welsh (1850-____) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: J. D. Morris & Company, 1904), LCCN 04-34912.
• Also, research should include Douglas Hyde’s An tinceur agus an tsidheog, published 1934, LCCN 40-17312.
• "Hyde, Douglas, 1860-1949, Irish scholar and political leader. He was largely responsible for the revival of the Irish language and literature through his founding of the Gaelic League in 1893. He was president of Ireland (1938-45)."—Encyclopedia.com from Electric Library, http://www.encyclopedia.com, accessed February 12, 1998
folk, Ireland, tinker.