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The History of Ireland, from The Earliest Period to the English Invasion. Volume 1 of 2 By Rev. Geoffrey Keating & John O'Mahony
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Foras Feasa ar Éirinn, (literally "Foundation of Knowledge on Ireland", more usually translated "History of Ireland") was written by Rev. Geoffrey Keating in Early Modern... More > Irish and completed ca. 1634. This copy includes the history from the earliest times recorded up to the Norman invasion in the 12th century and is spread over two volumes. Originally printed in 1857 these two volumes also contain numerous genealogies of interest to anyone researching Irish family pedigrees. John O'Mahony (1816–1877) was born in 1816 in Kilbeheny, County Limerick, Ireland. He attended Trinity College, Dublin, where he studied Sanskrit, Hebrew and Irish. In 1857 he completed this translation of Keating’s History of Ireland and published it as a Gaelic / English text with copious notes and genealogies. See more titles at mypastpresent.com< Less
The History of Ireland, from The Earliest Period to the English Invasion. Volume 2 of 2 By Rev. Geoffrey Keating & John O'Mahony
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Foras Feasa ar Éirinn, (literally "Foundation of Knowledge on Ireland", more usually translated "History of Ireland") was written by Rev. Geoffrey Keating in Early Modern... More > Irish and completed ca. 1634. This copy includes the history from the earliest times recorded up to the Norman invasion in the 12th century and is spread over two volumes. Originally printed in 1857 these two volumes also contain numerous genealogies of interest to anyone researching Irish family pedigrees. Seathrún Céitinn, known in English as Geoffrey Keating, was a 17th century Irish Roman Catholic priest, poet and historian. He was born in Burgess, Ballylooby, just outside Cahir in County Tipperary c. 1569, and died c. 1644. He is buried in Tubrid Graveyard in the parish of Ballylooby-Duhill. John O'Mahony (1816–1877) was born in 1816 in Kilbeheny, County Limerick, Ireland. He attended Trinity College, Dublin, where he studied Sanskrit, Hebrew and Irish.< Less
Chisel A Iungs er a Belau By Masaharu Tmodrang et al.
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Prince Lee Boo (1764-27 December 1784) was the second son of Ibedul (Abba Thule), the ruler of Koror in the Pelew Islands, now called Palau. Prince Lee Boo was one of the first people from the... More > Pacific Islands to visit Great Britain.< Less
The Butterfly Canonical By Terry Jude Miller
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"I start in the middle of a sentence and move both directions at once." - John Coltrane - While reading the poems in Terry Miller’s newest collection The Butterfly Canonical, I was... More > reminded of the Coltrane quote. These poems resonate because they each seem to capture the middle of something happening, leaving plenty of room for readers to imagine both the beginnings and endings of the relationships, thoughts, and moods explored by Miller in this collection of fine poems. - John L. Fontenot< Less
Endymion Lives On By Krystal Ueno
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A small square book of an updated version of John Keats' Endymion through the use of Instagram and Insta-poetry
Grasmere 2009 By Richard Gravil
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A selection of keynote lectures and conference papers from the 2009 Wordsworth Summer Conference, including Gillian Beer's remarkable address on Darwin and Romanticism, Richard Cronin on Wordsworth... More > and the Press, Paul H Fry on Wordsworth and Coleridge, Claire Lamont on the Romantic Cottage, and Nicholas Roe's illustrated talk on Keats and the Elgin marbles. Other essays address 'Tintern Abbey', the 'Intimations Ode', 'Peter Bell', Wordsworth on human suffering, matters of patronage, the editing of her father's 'Biographia' by Sara Coleridge and an 1850 journal by Wordsworth's niece, Sarah Hutchinson the younger.< Less
The Juggler By Marcelo Epstein
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Although the setting of this play is modern, it involves a fictitious encounter between Machiavelli and Richard Pace, a Tudor diplomat. It also involves John Keats and explores the meaning of poetry,... More > love and life. Richard Pace was an important English diplomat during the Tudor period, a younger contemporary of Machiavelli. The meeting described in the play never took place, or did it? At any rate, the aging and broken Machiavelli opens his heart to Pace. This is the beginning of the story.< Less
Grasmere 2013 By Richard Gravil
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This selection of three lectures and eight papers from the 42nd Wordsworth Summer Conference, opens with Heidi Thomson's fresh approach to Wordsworth's Salisbury Plain narrative, and closes with... More > Deirdre Coleman's exploration of the Keats Circle's interest in Indian culture. Christopher Simons contributes a rare full-length treatment of Ecclesiastical Sketches vis-a-vis Wordsworth's oeuvre. The book also includes papers on Wordsworth by Peter Larkin, Tom Clucas, Simon Swift, Daniel Robinson, Rowan Boyson and Richard Gravil, and by Kimiyo Ogawa on Godwin and Hazlitt, Alexandra Paterson on Shelley, and by Richard Lansdown on 'Coralline history' in James Montgomery's remarkable 'Pelican Island'.< Less
‘Rescuing Miranda’ And Further Literary Essays By Cedric Watts
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Cedric Watts, Emeritus Professor of English at Sussex University, gathers here fifteen of his literary essays which were previously published in a diversity of locations. They include some of his... More > most popular and controversial pieces, notably: ‘ The Semiotics of Othello’; ‘Bakhtin’s Monologism’; ‘Haunting Conrad’s Under Western Eyes’; and ‘Jews and Degenerates in The Secret Agent’. Several of the essays concern Shakespeare and Conrad, but there are also discussions of Keats, Sterne, Kipling, D. H. Lawrence, and Edward FitzGerald’s translation of The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám.< Less
Do We Live Again? By Edwina Reizer
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Do we live again? That question has been asked over and again by people from all walks of life from all over the world. In some Eastern countries more people believe in reincarnation than in the... More > Western countries. The story I’m going to tell you about has convinced me, a woman from the United States, that we do live again.< Less

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