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I8. Ella [Isabella] was married about I887. Several months later, Mick and Tom entered the British Army. Tom enlisted in the Royal Dublin Fusilliers, and Mick the Queen's Sappers and Miners. For details concerning The King's Regiment (Liverpool), history and uniforms, seeR. M. , c. I957) pp. 34, I66. I9. Autobiography proper is a narrative of variable length characterized by the author's expressed or implied autobiographical intention. It is fundamentally different from reminiscence, memoirs, diaries, letters (edited), and so-called autobiographical fiction.

She has been, after all, the constant companion of the dead man during important periods of his life, in this little room where he read his books and where he died alone with his fear. The illusion persists, though it fades. Random thoughts soon embody the identities of Johnny's mother and Ella, touching things only they would know. Ultimately, however, the interior monologue becomes that of an unidentified Protestant woman at the wake. 1 6 Thoughts move from the particulars of Michael Casside's final illness and death, through stray observations and criticisms of people she knows plain gossip - to a more general appraisal of the human condition.

The directors, Yeats and Lady Gregory and Robinson, had already persuaded him, against his better judgement, to omit Rosie Redmond's bawdy song at the end of Act II. Now, apparently, Robinson had erroneously, or deceitfully, told O'Casey that Synge had willingly made changes in the language of his plays to accomodate the objections of the actors, and this prompted O'Casey to reply: "I am sorry, but I am not Synge; not even, I'm afraid, a reincarnation. Besides, things have happened since Synge: the war has shaken some of the respectability out of the heart of man ....

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