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Lady Gregory is mainly remembered for her work behind the Irish Literary Revival. Lady Gregory portrays life as she sees it. Lady Gregory presentscharacters that are torn between duty and patriotism. Lady Gregory wrote or translated nearly 40 plays. Here we find Ireland trying to free itself from the English rule.
Patriotism is the force that unites the people of a country. The patriot comes that way disguised as a ballad singer. Finally he identifies him but does not arrest him. His patriotism outweighs his duty. The scene is a harbour somewhere in Ireland.
The sergeant suggests that they put up the notice on the barrel. The sergeant believes that he could not haveescaped without the support of some of the jailors.
However he regrets the fact there is no one to help him. But the sergeant says that they were only doing their duty. If the officers do not carry out their duties,those who are down will be up and vice versa.
They wish the sergeant good luck and they go away. As the sergeant thinks of the reward a ragged man comes up.
He introduces himself as an Irish ballad singer from the town of Ennis. He knows that they will be going back to the ship late. The sergeant now wants him to tell him all about the escapee. The ragged man then goes on to tell him that he saw the wanted man in county clare.
With a stone, he once killed a sergeant from the town of Bally Vaughan. The sergeant says that it was terrible. He will be upon the sergeant before he knew where he was. The man does not want to share the reward. The two sit on the barrel and the conversation continues as they keep an eye on the water.
The man asks for a match to light his pipe and the sergeant obliges him and lights his own pipe. The sergeant says it is a hard thing to be a policeman. His is a thankless and dangerous job;Policemen have to face the criticism of the people and have no choice but to obey their orders.
People do not know how married policemen feel when they are sent on dangerous mission. The man says that he wanted to sing it to keep up his spirit. The man is happy that he knows that patriotic ballad. He tells him thatthe wanted man might have been one of his friends.
The man says that it is a strange world because a mother cannot say what herchild will grow up to be or who will be who in the end. He might have broken the law and the wanted man might be keeping it. The two men hear the sound of boat in the water. The man tells a lie that he hears nothing.
He adds that when the sergeant was young, he was with the people and not with the law. The man says that heshould have been a nationalist and then he would have been on the side of Ireland.
He has his duties to perform. The song was a signal to the boatman tocome.The Rising of the Moon. STUDY. PLAY. When Rising of the Moon was first produced. What happened before the play began (actors' "given circumstances;" A revolution is happening in Ireland, a criminal has escaped from jail, and the police are searching for him and giving a monetary reward.
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Gregory's Works Lady Gregory's The Rising of the Moon was first produced by the Irish National Theatre on March 9, At the time, the National Theatre was still reeling from the public reaction to John Millington Synge's The Playboy of the Western World.
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