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Isabella Augusta Gregory

Also known as: Lady Gregory


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Further Reading

Coxhead, Elizabeth. Lady Gregory: A Literary Portrait. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1961.

FitzGerald, Mary. “Isabella Augusta Lady Gregory (15 March 1852-22 May 1932).” Modern British Dramatists, 1900-1945. Ed. Stanley Weintraub. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 10, 1982, 208-212. Dictionary of Literary Biography Complete Online.

Gregory, Isabella Augusta. Lady Gregory’s Diaries 1892-1902. Ed. James Pethica. Buckinghamshire: Colin Smythe Ltd., 1996.

---. Our Irish Theatre: A Chapter of Autobiography by Lady Gregory. 3rd ed. Foreword Roger McHugh. Buckinghamshire: Colin Smythe Ltd., 1972.

Kohfeldt, Mary Lou. Lady Gregory: The Woman Behind the Irish Renaissance. New York: Atheneum, 1985.

Pethica, James L. “Gregory [''née'' Persse], (Isabella) Augusta, Lady Gregory (1852-1932), Playwright, Folklorist, and Literary Patron.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Ed. Lawrence Goldman. Oxford University Press, 2004-16. Online edition.

Sweeney, Bernadette. “Keeping the House: Augusta Gregory and the National Theatre of Ireland.” Women in the Arts in the Belle Epoque: Essays on Influential Artists, Writers and Peformers. Ed. Paul Fryer. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2012. 136-149.