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    • The Cuchulain legends in Yeats' dramas 

      Driggett, Elizabeth Margaret (Northern Illinois University, 1963)
      Yeats wrote exclusively for the Irish literary Theater for a period of about ten years. Always an enemy of the commercial realistic theater, he hoped to effect reforms through poetic-symbolic drama. Ireland was to be united ...
    • M'Intosh as a key to the role of the artist in James Joyce's Ulysses 

      Clemens, Thomas Craine (Northern Illinois University, 1966)
      M'Intosh is a minor character in Ulysses: but the symbolism he embodies gives him an important function in the novel. Several Joyceans have explained the significance of M'Intosh as a character; in relation to the total ...