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Author: John M. Synge
A three-act comedy by Irish playwright J.M. Synge, revolving around a couple of blind beggars who were mislead about their appearance by the townspeople in rural eastern Ireland two or more centuries ago. Download it today!
This one-act play by Irish playwright, J. M. Synge, revolves around a farmer, his wife, and a young herd. Download it today!
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Despite its brevity, critics consider this play to be Irish playwright, John M. Synge's best. It sums up the essence of the constant struggle between the isl...
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