Abstract – scaricare il file per l'appunto completo Sean O’ Casey was born in Dublin in 1880. The youngest son of  large Protestant
family, he had a difficult childhood, marked by the death of his father when he was only a child, and by the malnutrition and poor eyesight. He left school a the age of thirteen, still unable to read fluently and took any job  he could find. He continued to study on his own. In his early twenties he joined the Gaelic League, whose aim was to spread Gaelic language and stimulate interest in the native traditions of I reland. O’ Casey wrote stories and articles for Gaelic journals and became an expert teacher of I rish. I nfluenced by Marx, O’ Casey left the Gaelic – segue nel file da scaricare