2 edition of Journal and letters of Stephen MacKenna found in the catalog.
Journal and letters of Stephen MacKenna
|Statement||edited with a memoir by E. R. Dodds, and a preface by Padraic Colum.|
|Contributions||Dodds, E. R. 1893-, Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
Abstract. In the speech which led to the founding of the Gaelic League, Douglas Hyde outlined his aim. He hoped ‘to keep the Irish language alive where it was still spoken’, adding the significant words, ‘which is the utmost at present we can aspire to’. 1 His most important collaborator in this work, Eoin MacNeill, told of how the League was founded on 31 July in a room at 9 Author: Declan Kiberd. They became his intimate friends, and Lynch was to write much later that "the man who knew Synge best was Stephen MacKenna, and Synge's first book bears evident marks of MacKenna's influence or, as I should say perhaps, MacKenna's active help." The citation that Murray gives for this quotation is simply: Irish Statesman, Octo
His name, like Joyce’s, was James, he was a poet, a Dubliner, fortunately born, nominally close to the Stephen of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and he had good eyesight. Finally, the lettering on the book would be JJ and S, as Joyce wrote to Harriet Weaver, “the colloquial Irish for John Jameson and Son’s Dublin whisky.”. As his letters to Scott make clear, Synge was cautious. Writing to his good friend the journalist Stephen MacKenna (–), he admitted it was ‘an interesting job, but for me a nervous one, it is so much out of my line, and in certain ways I like not lifting the rags from my mother country for to tickle the sentiments of : Ann Saddlemyer.
Journal and Letters of Stephen MacKenna. Edited with a Memoir by E. R. Dodds. Pp. Xviii + , with Four Illustrations. London: Constable and Co., Ltd., 18s. Rediscovering E. R. Dodds offers the first comprehensive assessment of a remarkable classical scholar, who was also a poet with extensive links to twentieth-century English and Irish literary culture, the friend of Auden and MacNeice. Dodds was born in Northern Ireland, but made his name as Regius Professor of Greek at Oxford from to , succeeding Gilbert Murray.
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Coracle Press is pleased to make available this new printing of the journal and letters of Stephen Mackenna (), a vivid and representative thinker whose life intersected with many of the leading figures of his day, and especially those of the Irish literary renaissance.
The editor, E. Dodds, writes: Stephen MacKenna's working life Format: Paperback. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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Journal And Letters Of Stephen Mackenna Hardcover – September 6, by ER Doods (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" Author: ER Doods. He failed to qualify as a journalist.
The Hellenic urge was too strong. The diary covers the years and is philosophical, random thoughts, quite delightful. The letters are the cream of the whole -- very charming, very Irish. Some of the most amusing are addressed to the other Stephen Mackenna. A limited market.
Colleges. Libraries. I had never heard of MacKenna before reading The lournal and Letters of Stephen MacKenna (), edited by E. Dodds, Regius professor of Greek at Oxford. I wrote Dodds when I was living in Dublin in He responded by lending me all the MacKenna papers in his possession, including MacKenna's notebooks, his letters to James.
Portrait of a Brilliant Irishman; Stephen MacKenna Was a Scholar, a Talker, and a Warrior for The Greeks Against the Turks JOURNAL AND LETTERS OF.
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We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, Author: Ivan Tait. STEPHEN MAcKENNA AND PLOTINUS BY JOHN MURRAY, S.J. Padraic Colum, in a preface to the Journal and Letters, states that this sentence "reproduces the most noble of all dedications, that of The Annals of the Four.
Masters." Plotinus is a real book " (p. And MacKenna records. Probably MacKenna's only considerable debt is to the German of H. Mueller (), a literal rendering, but one which 1 painstaking too often merely reproduces the obscurity of the original.
2 Richard Harder, in the preface to the first volume of his 3 Journal and Letters of Stephen MacKenna, edited with a (Constable, ). xn German. Of their alliance Lynch wrote many years later, ‘The man who knew Synge best was Stephen MacKenna, and Synge’s first book bears evident marks of MacKenna’s influence, or, as I should say perhaps, MacKenna’s active help.
Stephen MacKenna had himself pushed modesty and diffidence to a higher extreme than Synge, and we have but the Author: E.
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Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, The book McKenna written by Mary Casanova resemkbles a young girl who wants to acheive in gymnastics, but has poor gradses so her parents do not allow her too so her grades will go up and she gets an injury on this journey.
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Find Letters Of Journals Of for less on our site or store. Visit us and save. Bargain prices on Letters Of Journals Of now. Stephen MacKenna: Plotinus, The Enneads Translated. Revised by B. Page. With Foreword by E. Dodds and Introduction by Paul Henry.
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Hundreds of the letters that Gustav Mahler addressed to his parents and siblings survive, yet they have remained virtually unknown. Now, for the first time Mahler scholar Stephen McClatchie presents over of these letters in a clear, lively translation in The Mahler Family Letters.
Drawn primarily from the Mahler-Rosé Collection at the University of Western Ontario, the volume presents a. Thomas à Kempis and the Brothers of the Common Life. London, William Law. Liberal and Mystical Writings, edited by W. Scott Palmer. The Ethical Treatises, trans. from the Greek by Stephen Mackenna.
London, Plotinus. The Physical and Psychical Treatises, trans. from the Greek by Stephen Mackenna. —The Book of the XII.Biographical Note: An Irish poet, playwright and author, James Stephens was born on February 2, (some sources indicate February 9, ) in Dublin, Ireland, and died Decemin London, Irish poet, playwright and author.
As a pationate nationalist, Stephens incorporated Irish folklore into his work. In A.E. (George Russell) introduced Stephens to the concepts of.Deidre A.
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