Selected poems of James Clarence Mangan
James Clarence Mangan (1803-1849), the greatest Irish poet before Yeats, was for a long time both famous and unknown. While legends about him prospered after his death, his works remained largely unread. Only recently have his poems been collected by an international team of scholars and published by Irish Academic Press. It is from this four-volume edition that the present selection has been made. Containing upwards of 230 annotated poems, it provides the general reader with a more complete view of Mangan's many-faceted genius than has hitherto been available.
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The Dying Enthusiast to his Friend
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Allah hu Anon Barmecides behold blowing Bosphorus Brian Boru bride bright brow cried Dark Rosaleen dead Death dream Duhallow earth Eleanora von Alleyne eyes fair Hills Farewell feel Fionn mac Cumhaill flowers GERMAN GHAZEL give glory gold Gondibert gone grave grey grief hand hath heart Heaven Hills of Eire hope hour Hugh O'Neill Hundred-leafed Rose hush-a-by Ireland Irish James Clarence Mangan jolly ugly hookah Karaman Kenchinow Kilcash Kincora King Lady Eleanora land light live lone look Lord Mangan's note mighty old moon morn mother mourn Munster never night nought o'er once Original not found original poem OWEN REILLY poet river round Schnapps sigh smokified Snorro song sorrow soul spake spirit stanza tears thee thine thou thought throne Tol de rol translation TURKISH Twas wail Wayfaring Tree weep wind wine Winehouse word young youth