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Bibliography

Published Plays

A Disciple
The Dublin Magazine 12.1 (1937): 29-47
'The Enthusiast' One Act Play Magazine 1.9 (Jan. 1938): 771-85;

Going Beyond Alma's Glory
Irish Writing 17 (December 1951).

In Search of Valour
The King of Spain's Daughter and Other One Act Plays (Dublin: New Frontiers, 1947).

Katie Roche
Victor Gollancz's Famous Plays 1935-1936  
Three Plays (London: Macmillan, 1939).

The King of Spain's Daughter.
New York's Theatre Arts (June 1935)
The Dublin Magazine 11.1 (1936);
Three Plays (London: Macmillan, 1939).
The King of Spain's Daughter and Other One Act Plays (Dublin: New Frontiers, 1947).

Strange Birth
Irish Writing 1 (1946): 40-48,
The King of Spain's Daughter and Other One-Act Plays (Dublin: New Frontiers, 1947).

Temporal Powers
The Journal of Irish Literature 14.2 (May 1985): 18-75.

The Wild Goose
Three Plays (London: Macmillan, 1939).

 

Non-dramatic works:

“Just Yesterday: A Story.”
Green and Gold: A Magazine of Fiction. IV, no. 17 (December 1924): 268 – 276.

Patricia Lynch: a study.
Irish Writing 5 (July 1948)

Strange People
Lisheen at the Valley Farm and other stories. (Dublin: Gayfield Press, 1946)

The Greatest Wonder in the World: A Christmas Story.

 

About Teresa Deevy

Books and Book Chapters

Becket, F., 1999. A Theatrical Matrilineage: Problems of the Familial in the Drama of Teresa Deevy and Marina Carr, in: Ireland in Proximity. Routledge, London.

Fox, C., 2001. "Neither Here Nor There: The Liminal Position of Teresa Deevy and her Female Characters, in: A Century of Irish Drama: Widening the Stage. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 193 – 203.

Fox, C., 2006. Teresa Deevy (1894 - 1963), in: Irish Women Writers: An A-to-Z Guide. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, pp. 84 – 88.

Leeny, C., 2004. Ireland’s “exiled” women playwrights: Teresa Deevy and Marina Carr, in: The Cambridge Companion Ot Twentieth-Century Irish Drama. Cambridge University Press, pp. 150 – 163.

Leeny, C., n.d. Teresa Deevy: Exile and Silence, in: Irish Women Playwrights, 1900-1939: Gender & Violence on Stage.

Sahal, N., 1971. Teresa Deevy, in: Sixty Years of Realistic Irish Drama. MacMillian and Company, Bombay, pp. 134 – 153.

Walsh, E., 2003. Selected plays of Irish playwright Teresa Deevy, 1894-1963. Edward Mellan Press, Lewiston, New York.

Walshe, E., 2003. Ineffable longings, in: Selected Plays of Irish Playwright Teresa Deevy, 1894-1963. Edward Mellan Press.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES
Hogan, Robert, George Henderson and Kathleen Danaher, eds. The Journal of Irish Literature 14.2 (1985): 3-75.

Murray, Christopher, ed. Irish University Review 25.1 (1995).

Friel, J., 1995. Rehearsing“ Katie Roche”. Irish University Review 25, 117–125.

Leeny, C., 1995. Themes of Ritual and Myth in Three Plays by Teresa Deevy. Irish University Review 25, 88 – 116.

Murray, C., 1995. Introduction: The Stifled Voice. Irish University Review 25.

Murray, S., 1995. The One-Act Plays of Teresa Deevy. Irish University Review 25, 126 – 132.

O’Doherty, M.A., 1995a. Deevy: A Bibliography. Irish University Review 25, 163 – 170.

O’Doherty, M.A., 1995b. "Teresa Deevy and Wife to James Whelan”. Irish University Review 25, 25–28.

Roche, A., 1995. Woman on the Threshold: J.M. Synge’s “The Shadow of the Glen”, Teresa Deevy’s “Katie Roche” and Marina Carr’s “The Mai”. Irish University Review 25, 143 – 162.

Walsh, E., 1995. Lost Dominions: European Catholicism and Irish Nationalism in the Plays of Teresa Deevy. Irish University Review 25, 133 – 142.

Jordan, J., 1956. Teresa Deevy: An Introduction. University Review 1, 13 – 26.

McKeon, B., 2010. A voice from another Ireland. Irish Theatre Magazine.

Ní Bheacháin, C., 2011. 'The seeds beneath the snow' : Resignation and Resistance in Teresa Deevy's Wife to James Whelan in D'hoker, Elke Ingelbien, Raphael Schwall,Hedwig, eds. Irish Women Writers, Oxford: Peter Lang, 91-110.

Ní Bheacháin, C., 2012. Sexuality, Marriage and Women’s Life Narratives in Teresa Deevy’s A Disciple (1931), The King of Spain’s Daughter (1935) and Katie Roche (1936). Estudios Irlandeses.

O’Doherty, M.A., 1995c. Teresa Deevy, Playwright (1894 - 1963). Decies 109 –113.

Richards, S., 1995. Sufocated in the Green Flag: The Drama of Teresa Deevy and 1930s Ireland. Literature and History,, Third Series 4, 65 – 80.


Theses
Kearney, Eileen. "Teresa Deevy (1894 1963): Ireland's Forgotten Second Lady of the Abbey Theatre". Diss. University of Oregon, 1986.

Ochii, Patience Chika. "Women in Three Plays by Teresa Deevy: A Critical Study". Diss. University of Ottawa,1981.

O'Doherty, Martina Ann. "The Representation of Women in the Plays of Teresa Deevy (1894-1963)". Diss. University College, Galway, 1992.

Broadcasts
"Des Rushe talking to Kyle Deevy and Denis Johnston". The Arts. RTE Radio One, Dublin. 3 June 1975.
"Teresa Deevy". Narr. Sean Dunne. RTE Radio One, Dublin. 2 November 1984.