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Zack BowenAn interesting selection of four Colum plays, including three never before published. . . . Sternlicht's introduction provides a concise, accurate history of Colum's theatrical career, from his early nationalistic period through his middle unproductive years as a playwright in the United States and on the continent, to his more rewarding return to Irish themes in the last cycle of five plays in the Noh tradition. . . . Colum was no Irish Willy Loman, to be mourned for what he could have been. Neither did he ever lose his gift for touching the heart and the mind of his audience, as his last plays and poems attest.
— James Joyce Supplement