Red Roses for Me (1942): a Phantasmagoria of Dublin
Part of the Macmillan Studies in Anglo-Irish Literature book series (MSAIL)
Red Roses for Me, written during the early part of World War II, is generally regarded as the most autobiographical of all O’Casey’s plays.
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© John O’Riordan 1984