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I2, p. I "Appeal to Shop Assistants", 4 Jan. I 3, p. 2 (by Provisional Committee) "Appointment of Caretaker, Bolton Street Schools", 1 July 11, p. ", 2 Mar. 12, p. 4* Argus, "A Song for the Times", 25 Oct. I3, p. 4· See also "Cork Echoes" and "Cork and Kerry Echoes" Arnold, Sidney, "A Glimpse at the Russian Revolution", 3 Oct. 14, p. It "Hypocrisy", 17 Oct. 14, p. I "Art Gallery", 2 Aug. 13, p. , p. 2 "Arthur's Cheek", IS Nov. 11, p. 4 (on Griffith) As You Were, "Discipline Essential", IS Nov. 13, p.
Notes" "Alleged Larceny of a Salmon", 22 June I2, p. 4 (comment by Larkin) Allen, Fred, "Anonymous Criticism", 3 Feb. I2, p. 3t Altruist, "Corporation Labourers", 3 Feb. I2, p. 2 Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners, "Correspondence", 22 Feb. I3, p. I "Amalgamated Society of Tailors", 29 July II, p. , p. , p. , p. 2 "American Comment on the Strike", 22 July II, p. I (rpt. from "Solidarity") "American Denial of Atrocities", 3 Oct. I4, p. 3 "American Dynamite Outrage", 30 Dec. II, p. 4 (statement of A.
Pp. 52ff. Sean O'Casey and the Irish Worker (with an index, 191 r-14) Robert G. Lowery I INTRODUCTION Sean O'Casey's brief but intense involvement with the Irish Citizen Army in 1913-14 was, by all accounts, a seminal influence in his life. It not only marked the pivotal political stage in his very political life, but the values which he developed during this period were returned to time and again in his plays, particularly The Star Turns Red and Red Roses for Me. It was also the first time (though by no means the last) that his writing talent was utilized in the service of a socialist cause, and it gave him a wide readership in Dublin; preparing them, perhaps, for his fiery plays which were to come almost ten years later.