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Irish literature

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 records:

Letters received by Seumas O'Sullivan

 Collection
Call Number: MS P298
Overview

Letters to James Starkey, addressed to him as Seumas O'Sullivan, mostly dating from when he was editor of The Dublin Magazine. The letters are arranged alphabetically by writer; most items are addressed to "Starkey" or "James Starkey."

Dates: 1905 - 1951

Papers of Alice Milligan

 Collection
Call Number: MS P542
Overview This is a small collection of the correspondence, writings, and sketches of Alice Milligan, Irish author and nationalist. It includes 5 letters from her to P.S. (Patrick Sarsfield) O'Hegarty, 1879-1955, about selling literary work and letters. There are 2 letters about Celtic theater, one from Edward Martyn, 1859-1923, and another from Thomas O'Brien Butler, 1861-1915. There are also manuscript, typescript and printed copies of some of Alice Milligan's poems and other writings. The...
Dates: approximately 1891-1917

The Dubliner records

 Collection
Call Number: MS 56
Overview

Correspondence involving editor Bruce Arnold, manuscripts, and proofs concerning the literary magazine The Dubliner, specifically related to volume 1, numbers 1-6 and volume 2 numbers 1-2 (November 1961-Summer 1963). The magazine was published by Bruce Arnold and Douglas Sealy of Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

Dates: 1956-1966 (bulk 1962-1963)

The Midnight Court: [a Gaelic miscellany]

 Collection — Volume 1
Call Number: MS C121
Overview The Midnight Court: [a Gaelic miscellany] is a single volume collection of 18th century Irish writings by Brian Merriman and Donough MacConmara, copied out with comments and occasional translations by Timothy Keane at Clodagh, Crookstown (Ireland), during the 1880s. The volume includes a printed edition of Michael O'Shea's English translation of the The Midnight Court, a long poem on Irish marriage and celibacy, printed privately by O'Shea in Boston in...
Dates: 18th century, copied between 1880-1889

Writings and correspondence of Kenneth Reddin

 Collection
Call Number: MS 14
Overview

Kenneth Reddin was an Irish novelist and district justice in the first half of the 20th century, sometimes writing under the pseudonym of Kenneth Sarr. This collection contains versions of two of his works, "Sable and Silver" and "Another Shore," personal correspondence with well-known figures of the Irish literary revival and political figures, and printed materials created by Irish poets and writers.

Dates: 1914 - 1958

Yeats family correspondence

 Collection
Call Number: MS 25
Overview

The Yeats family was a prominent Irish literary family in the 19th and 20th centuries. This collection includes some of their correspondence, business and personal, along with illustrations created by Jack Butler Yeats and poems written by William Butler Yeats. Also included are materials which belonged to Joseph Maunsell Hone, who wrote a biography of W.B. Yeats.

Dates: 1895 - 1957