By Louis de Paor
A bilingual poetry assortment (English & Irish-language) through Louis de Paor. A collaboration among 3 diversified artists operating in 3 diversified media. Kathleen Furey's pictures of loss and separation and Ronan Browne's musical settings supply a counterpoint to Louis de Paor's poems, which fight continuously in the direction of gentle and redemption.
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99 See Prothero, The Works of Lord Byron 271–72. 100 See Prothero, The Works of Lord Byron 387–89 and Robert Southey, Essays Moral and Political, Vol. II (Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 1957) 187–90. 101 See Fuess 188. For a refutation by Southey concerning Byron’s allegations, see his Letter to The Courier (5 January 1822) in Southey Essays, Vol. II 191–96, Prothero 389–92. They also refer to the Satanic School. 102 Byron, ‘In the Wind’s Eye’: Byron’s Letters and Journals 1821–1822, ed.
Contemporary Irish Poetry: A Collection of Critical Essays (London: Macmillan, 1992) 64–67; and Paul Scott Stanfield. 1 (Winter, 1989) 129–43. 80 Virginia Spencer Carr, The Lonely Hunter: A Biography of Carson McCullers (New York: Doubleday, 1975) 116. 81 Hutcheon, Poetics 127. 82 See Lomask, Aaron Burr 115–19 and Kline, Political Correspondence 984. 83 In ‘[More]’ (MM 74) the MacGuffin changed his name to ‘Smith’. 84 See Abernethy, The Burr Conspiracy 59 and Malone, Jefferson the President: Second Term 1805–1809, Vol.
Thus, detective, criminal, and detection are no longer within the fiction, but outside it. 91 In ‘Madoc – A Mystery’, the codes, cipher letters, cryptograms and excerpts from poems, letters, memoirs and travelogues are all clues which both aid and frustrate the eager scholarly detective. Why, for example, is the fiftyfourth section entitled ‘[Luther]’ (MM 75)? The text is a dream recorded by Southey (7 November 1804) ten days after its occurrence:92 I was haunted by evil spirits, of whose presence, though unseen, I was unaware.
Agus Rud Eile De (And Another Thing) by Louis de Paor