Mount Eagle

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Exile Editions, Ltd., 1989 - 75 pages
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Contents

Pacific Legend page
11
A Real Irishman
24
Matins
37
Difference
51
A Ballad for Berryman
62
Survivor
75
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

John Montague was born in Brooklyn, New York on February 28, 1929. He was educated at University College Dublin and Yale University. He was a poet, writer, and translator. His works included Forms of Exile, Poisoned Lands, The Death of a Chieftain, A Chosen Light, Tides, A Slow Dance, The Great Cloak, The Rough Field, The Dead Kingdom, Mount Eagle, Border Sick Call, The Figure in the Cave, Smashing the Piano, Company, Drunken Sailor, Speech Lessons, and Second Childhood. He also edited The Faber Book of Irish Verse, which featured many of his translations. He helped found Claddagh Records, which publishes traditional artists and leading literary figures in Ireland. He died on December 10, 2016.

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