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An anthology of Irish literature, edited, with an introduction, by David H. Greene

Label
An anthology of Irish literature
Title
An anthology of Irish literature
Statement of responsibility
edited, with an introduction, by David H. Greene
Creator
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • gle
  • eng
Member of
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
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1913-2008
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Greene, David H.
Dewey number
891.62082
Index
index present
LC call number
PB1421
LC item number
.G68 1954
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The Modern library of the world's best books 288
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Irish literature
  • English literature
  • Ireland
  • English literature
  • Irish literature
  • Ireland
  • Literatura Expressao Inglesa
  • Irish literature
Label
An anthology of Irish literature, edited, with an introduction, by David H. Greene
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The scribe
  • A miserly patron
  • Pangur Ban
  • The vision of Ita
  • He that never read a line
  • On a dead scholar
  • The church bell in the night
  • Starry sky
  • The desire for hermitage
  • The wish of Manchin of Liath
  • The Viking terror
  • The pilgrim at Rome
  • Winter has come
  • The ivy crest
  • Summer is gone
  • May
  • A song of winter
  • To Crinog
  • The old woman of Beare
  • I should like to have a great pool of ale
  • St. Columcille the Scribe
  • A pet crane
  • A storm at sea
  • The praises of God
  • The blackbird
  • St. Columcille's island hermitage
  • The dream of Oenghus
  • The boyhood deeds of Cuchulain
  • The tragic death of Connla
  • Fand yields Cuchulain to Emer
  • Cuchulain's lament for Ferdiad
  • The death of Cuchulain
  • The son of the King of Moy
  • The story of Deirdre
  • The colloquy of the old men
  • The Fianna
  • The headless phantoms
  • The bathing of Oisin's head
  • Goll's parting with his wife
  • Oisin in the land of youth, The voyage of Bran, Mad Sweeney / Michael Comyn
  • Lamentation of Mac Liag for Kincora
  • At Saint Patrick's purgatory / Donnchadh Mor O'Dala
  • The dead at Clonmacnois / Angus O'Gillan
  • The wife of Aed mae Ainmirech, King of Ireland, laments her husband
  • On the breaking-up of a school, The student / Tadhg O'G O'Huiginn
  • Hugh Maguire / Eochy O'Hussey
  • Civil Irish and wild Irish / Laoiseach Mac An Bhaird
  • Maelmora MacSweeney, The first vision, The second vision, The good tradition, The flight of the earls / Tadhg Dall O'Huiginn
  • Were not the Gael fallen / Peadar O'Mulconry
  • Who will buy a poem? / Mahon O'Heffernanm
  • From the history of Ireland, How Emain Macha got its name, Loingsearch's horse ears, The death of Curaoi, Mochua's riches, St. Columkille, Brian Boru
  • Geoffrey Keating
  • A love song
  • The drowning of Conaing
  • The deer's cry
  • In praise of Aed
  • Brian Merriman
  • I am Raftery, the County Mayo, The brow of Nephin, My grief on the sea, Ringleted youth of my love, I shall not die for thee
  • Anthony Raftery
  • The Irish dancer
  • A rhyme-beginning fragment, Cokaygne, An Anglo-Irishman's complaint
  • A modest proposal for preventing the children of Ireland from being a burden to their parents or country
  • Jonathan Swift
  • Adventure in Cork, The Shan Van Vocht, The wearin' o' the green, The croppy boy
  • Oliver Goldsmith
  • Oh, breathe not his name, The harp that once through Tara's halls, The meeting of the waters, The song of Fionnuala, She is far from tbe land, The minstrel boy, Dear harp of my country
  • Against blame of women, Do not torment me, women, Reconciliation, He praises her hair, No sufferer for her love, Of women no more evil, He praises his wife when she has left him, Dark Rosaleen, Death's warning ot beauty /Gerald, Earl of Desmond
  • Thomas Moore
  • The Hedge School
  • William Carleton
  • A vision of Connaught in the thirteenth century, To my native land
  • James Clarence Mangan
  • The hunt
  • Charles Lever
  • The abdication of Fergus MacRoy, The burial of King Cormac
  • Samuel Ferguson
  • The wedding of the clans
  • He charges her to lay aside her weapons, The harper, The woman of three cows
  • Aubrey de Vere
  • The fairies
  • William Allingham
  • Aghadoe, The peeler and the goat
  • John Todhunter
  • The nameless Dun
  • William Larminie
  • The Murrigan
  • George Moore
  • The rising of the moon
  • Pierce Ferriter
  • Lady Gregory
  • The grave of Rury
  • T.W. Rolleston
  • Poisson d' Avril
  • Edith Cenone Somerville and Martin Ross
  • Preface to John Bull's other island
  • George Bernard Shaw
  • The reverie, The Geraldine's daughter, A sleepless night, A grey eye weeping, Egan O'Rahilly and the minister
  • Egan O'Rahilly
  • The lament for Art O'Leary, Tara is grass, The convict of Clonmel
  • Eileen O'Leary
  • The midnight court
  • Oliver St. John Gogarty
  • The old age pensioner, The unfrocked priest, I am the mountainy singer, I am the gilly of Christ, As I came over the grey, grey hills, I will go with my father a-ploughing, The herb-leech
  • Joseph Campbell
  • The raid
  • Sean O'Casey
  • A drover, A poor scholar of the 'forties
  • Padraic Colum
  • The wind, The college of surgeons, Check, The crest jewel
  • James Stephens
  • Ivy day in the committee room
  • Cuchulain's fight with the sea, The folly of being comforted, To a shade, In memory of Major Robert Gregory, Sailing to Byzantium, Leda and the swan, Among school children, The wild old wicked man, The statues
  • James Joyce
  • Night and morning, Tenebrae, The straying student
  • Austin Clarke
  • An old air, Song for the clatter-bones
  • F.R. Higgins
  • The wild sow
  • Liam O'Flaherty
  • A difficult question
  • Kate O'Brien
  • My grander
  • W.B. Yeats
  • Sean O'Faolain
  • In the train
  • Frank O'Connor
  • Father Mat, A Christmas childhood, If ever you go to Dublin town
  • Patrick Kavanagh
  • Valediction, Carrickfergus, From autumn journal
  • Louis MacNeice
  • The raider, Lent, Christ walking on the water, The net, Spring
  • W.R. Rodgers
  • Truth, The twilight of earth, On behalf of some Irishmen not followers of tradition, A prisoner
  • Ae. The king of Ireland's son
  • Nora Hopper
  • Act III from Deirdre of the sorrows
  • J.M. Synge
  • The crab tree, Ringsend, Exorcism, To the Liffey with the swans, Per iter tenebricosum, Verse, To the maids not to walk in the wind, To W.B. Yeats, who says that his castle of Ballylee is his monument, Leda and the swan
Control code
ocm01627217
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
602 pages
Lccn
54006896
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 2312
  • (OCoLC)01627217
Label
An anthology of Irish literature, edited, with an introduction, by David H. Greene
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The scribe
  • A miserly patron
  • Pangur Ban
  • The vision of Ita
  • He that never read a line
  • On a dead scholar
  • The church bell in the night
  • Starry sky
  • The desire for hermitage
  • The wish of Manchin of Liath
  • The Viking terror
  • The pilgrim at Rome
  • Winter has come
  • The ivy crest
  • Summer is gone
  • May
  • A song of winter
  • To Crinog
  • The old woman of Beare
  • I should like to have a great pool of ale
  • St. Columcille the Scribe
  • A pet crane
  • A storm at sea
  • The praises of God
  • The blackbird
  • St. Columcille's island hermitage
  • The dream of Oenghus
  • The boyhood deeds of Cuchulain
  • The tragic death of Connla
  • Fand yields Cuchulain to Emer
  • Cuchulain's lament for Ferdiad
  • The death of Cuchulain
  • The son of the King of Moy
  • The story of Deirdre
  • The colloquy of the old men
  • The Fianna
  • The headless phantoms
  • The bathing of Oisin's head
  • Goll's parting with his wife
  • Oisin in the land of youth, The voyage of Bran, Mad Sweeney / Michael Comyn
  • Lamentation of Mac Liag for Kincora
  • At Saint Patrick's purgatory / Donnchadh Mor O'Dala
  • The dead at Clonmacnois / Angus O'Gillan
  • The wife of Aed mae Ainmirech, King of Ireland, laments her husband
  • On the breaking-up of a school, The student / Tadhg O'G O'Huiginn
  • Hugh Maguire / Eochy O'Hussey
  • Civil Irish and wild Irish / Laoiseach Mac An Bhaird
  • Maelmora MacSweeney, The first vision, The second vision, The good tradition, The flight of the earls / Tadhg Dall O'Huiginn
  • Were not the Gael fallen / Peadar O'Mulconry
  • Who will buy a poem? / Mahon O'Heffernanm
  • From the history of Ireland, How Emain Macha got its name, Loingsearch's horse ears, The death of Curaoi, Mochua's riches, St. Columkille, Brian Boru
  • Geoffrey Keating
  • A love song
  • The drowning of Conaing
  • The deer's cry
  • In praise of Aed
  • Brian Merriman
  • I am Raftery, the County Mayo, The brow of Nephin, My grief on the sea, Ringleted youth of my love, I shall not die for thee
  • Anthony Raftery
  • The Irish dancer
  • A rhyme-beginning fragment, Cokaygne, An Anglo-Irishman's complaint
  • A modest proposal for preventing the children of Ireland from being a burden to their parents or country
  • Jonathan Swift
  • Adventure in Cork, The Shan Van Vocht, The wearin' o' the green, The croppy boy
  • Oliver Goldsmith
  • Oh, breathe not his name, The harp that once through Tara's halls, The meeting of the waters, The song of Fionnuala, She is far from tbe land, The minstrel boy, Dear harp of my country
  • Against blame of women, Do not torment me, women, Reconciliation, He praises her hair, No sufferer for her love, Of women no more evil, He praises his wife when she has left him, Dark Rosaleen, Death's warning ot beauty /Gerald, Earl of Desmond
  • Thomas Moore
  • The Hedge School
  • William Carleton
  • A vision of Connaught in the thirteenth century, To my native land
  • James Clarence Mangan
  • The hunt
  • Charles Lever
  • The abdication of Fergus MacRoy, The burial of King Cormac
  • Samuel Ferguson
  • The wedding of the clans
  • He charges her to lay aside her weapons, The harper, The woman of three cows
  • Aubrey de Vere
  • The fairies
  • William Allingham
  • Aghadoe, The peeler and the goat
  • John Todhunter
  • The nameless Dun
  • William Larminie
  • The Murrigan
  • George Moore
  • The rising of the moon
  • Pierce Ferriter
  • Lady Gregory
  • The grave of Rury
  • T.W. Rolleston
  • Poisson d' Avril
  • Edith Cenone Somerville and Martin Ross
  • Preface to John Bull's other island
  • George Bernard Shaw
  • The reverie, The Geraldine's daughter, A sleepless night, A grey eye weeping, Egan O'Rahilly and the minister
  • Egan O'Rahilly
  • The lament for Art O'Leary, Tara is grass, The convict of Clonmel
  • Eileen O'Leary
  • The midnight court
  • Oliver St. John Gogarty
  • The old age pensioner, The unfrocked priest, I am the mountainy singer, I am the gilly of Christ, As I came over the grey, grey hills, I will go with my father a-ploughing, The herb-leech
  • Joseph Campbell
  • The raid
  • Sean O'Casey
  • A drover, A poor scholar of the 'forties
  • Padraic Colum
  • The wind, The college of surgeons, Check, The crest jewel
  • James Stephens
  • Ivy day in the committee room
  • Cuchulain's fight with the sea, The folly of being comforted, To a shade, In memory of Major Robert Gregory, Sailing to Byzantium, Leda and the swan, Among school children, The wild old wicked man, The statues
  • James Joyce
  • Night and morning, Tenebrae, The straying student
  • Austin Clarke
  • An old air, Song for the clatter-bones
  • F.R. Higgins
  • The wild sow
  • Liam O'Flaherty
  • A difficult question
  • Kate O'Brien
  • My grander
  • W.B. Yeats
  • Sean O'Faolain
  • In the train
  • Frank O'Connor
  • Father Mat, A Christmas childhood, If ever you go to Dublin town
  • Patrick Kavanagh
  • Valediction, Carrickfergus, From autumn journal
  • Louis MacNeice
  • The raider, Lent, Christ walking on the water, The net, Spring
  • W.R. Rodgers
  • Truth, The twilight of earth, On behalf of some Irishmen not followers of tradition, A prisoner
  • Ae. The king of Ireland's son
  • Nora Hopper
  • Act III from Deirdre of the sorrows
  • J.M. Synge
  • The crab tree, Ringsend, Exorcism, To the Liffey with the swans, Per iter tenebricosum, Verse, To the maids not to walk in the wind, To W.B. Yeats, who says that his castle of Ballylee is his monument, Leda and the swan
Control code
ocm01627217
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
602 pages
Lccn
54006896
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 2312
  • (OCoLC)01627217

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