Talk by Vivienne Koch
The speaker, who is a lecturer in literature at New York University, examines the influence Ibsen exerted upon Joyce not only by his writing but by his way of life.
See also tonight at 9.35
A play, adapted for broadcasting by John Keir Cross with Robert Harris as Richard Rowan , a writer
Pianist. Cicely Hoye
Produced by Donald McWhinnie
Scene: At Merrion and Ranelagh, suburbs of Dublin. Summer 1912
Bertha, his wife:
Archie, their son:
Robert Hand journalist:
Beatrice Justice, his cousin music teacher.:
Brigid, an old servant:
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