By Akira Miura
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Mr. Yeats had told him that he would never do any good in Paris. If he wanted to make a name in letters, as he apparently did, let him pack off to the Aran Islands and study the stuff of life there; and with surprising docility off Synge packed. Thenceforward Aran was his home. He seems to have found life there interesting rather than enjoyable, and it is doubtful if either his spirit or his body could have borne it had he not been able to spend a substantial part of each year in Paris. However, it was in Aran that he found his metier, as Mr.
They overpowered everybody and everything else. Certainly they could not have been anything less than saints; for none but saints could take up the quarrel of virtue with such a vehemence, such an unflagging zeal. Mter all 'saints' is the better word here. It must not be forgotten that we are dealing here with the National Theatre of a nation of saints. At any rate, I was cheated out of the play by a band of men who seemed to enjoy their own voices more than all else, though it is difficult to tell why they should have taken the trouble to pay for that.
7 I knew the Irish of Lever and Lover and, what is better and more correct, the dialect used in Carleton's 8 Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasant. ' The droll thing was that neither could Synge speak it! In time I mastered it, but he never did-perhaps partly because his years abroad had removed every trace of brogue from his speech-though he could always check it when he heard it spoken. He came to Dublin for the rehearsals-a tawny, thick-set fellow with the head of a lion and a terrifying moustache, and looking at least forty though actually he was just turned thirty-two.
An Integrated Approach to Intermediate Japanese Workbook by Akira Miura