4 edition of poets and poetry of Munster found in the catalog.
|Statement||With poetical translations by the late James Clarence Mangan, and the original music; biographical sketches of the authors; and Irish text revised by W. M. Hennessay, M. R. I. A. Ed. by C. P. Meehan, C. C.|
|Contributions||Hennessey, William Maunsell, 1829-1889., Meehan, Charles Patrick, 1812-1890, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PB1395.M7 M3 1909|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., [iii]-lx, 355 p.|
|Number of Pages||355|
|LC Control Number||09018494|
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Poets and poetry of Munster, / [compiled and translated by] James Clarence Mangan. Book [xxiv], lx, p.: music ; 19 cm. Subjects: Irish poetry -- Ireland -- Munster -- Translations into English. Songs, Irish -- Ireland -- Munster -- Translations into English. Munster (Ireland) -- Poetry. Language: Irish text and English translation. The Farmgate Café National Poetry Award. The Fool for Poetry International Chapbook Competition. The Gregory O'Donoghue International Poetry Competition. The John Montague International Poetry Fellowship & Bursaries. Past Festivals. —
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The poets and poetry of Munster: a selection of Irish songs by the poets of the last century. With poetical translations by the late James Clarence Mangan, and the original music; biographical sketches of the authors; and Irish text revised by W.M.
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