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Behan', Sunday Citizen (22 March 1964) p. 6. ] Delehanty, James, 'The Quarter: A Look Back; Six Hours with Brendan', The Kilkenny Magazine, No. 2 (Autumn 1960) 41-44. ] 'Denies She Said Behan Left Fortune', Evening Press (Dublin, 8 June 1964) p. 1. ] Dennis, Nigel, 'Behind the Blarney', The Sunday Telegraph (London, 30 September 1962) p. 6. ] 'Discussion on Irish Theatre Misfired', The Irish Times (Dublin), (27 February 1961) p. 5· [Report on discussion by panel comprising Brendan Behan, John B.
1. 'Behan Dies in Deep Coma', The frisk Times (Dublin, 2I March I964) P· I. 'Behan Disappears into Limbo', Tke New York Times, (3oJuly I96I) p. ] 'Behan Enters Alcoholics Clinic for Treatment', Tke Globe and Mail (Toronto, 28 March 1961) p. 12. ] 'Behan Faces Jail Term', Tke New York Times, (2 June 1961) p. ] 'Behan Gave Up Book Rights', Tke frisk Press (Dublin, 10 November 1g62) p. ] 'Behan Gets into Act at London Theatre', The New York Times, (10 July 1959) p. 28. ] 'Behan Gravely Ill in the Meath Hospital', Tke frisk Times (Dublin, I6 March 1964) p.
A biography of Behan's uncle, the author of Ireland's National Anthem. ] --,Brendan Behan; A Memoir. The Proscenium Chap-books, No. 1 (Newark, Delaware: Proscenium Press, 1971). J. Bourke, 1972). [A reprint of an article referred to by Behan in a letter to his cousin Seamus DeBurca written from Mountjoy Prison in 1943· Donleavy,J. , The Ginger Man (New York: Delacorte Press, 1965) passim. , 'The Drama', World Literature Since 1945, ed. I var lvask and Gero von Wilpert (New York: Frederick Ungar, 1973) p.