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  • Title: The Thomas MacGreevy Archive
    Descriptive info: .. Text.. Person.. Place.. Title.. Advanced Search.. Home.. About MacGreevy.. Image Gallery.. Collections.. About the Archive.. Who Was MacGreevy?.. Biographical Essay on Thomas MacGreevy.. Timeline.. Using the Thomas MacGreevy Archive.. Encoding Information.. Copyright Statement.. Acknowledgments.. Overview.. Early Childhood.. Dublin 1910-12.. London 1912-16.. War Years 1917-19.. London 1925-27.. Paris 1927-33.. On Tour 1928-31.. Dublin 1941-67.. Thomas MacGreevy: A Bibliography.. George Yeats and Thomas MacGreevy: A Friendship in Letters.. The correspondence of Thomas MacGreevy and Ernie O'Malley.. Thomas MacGreevy and Jack B.. Yeats: An Online Broadsheet.. Thomas MacGreevy: Composing a Poem.. Who's Who in the MacGreevy Archive.. The Thomas MacGreevy Archive.. is a long-term, interdisciplinary research project that explores the life, writings, and relationships of the Irish poet and critic, Thomas MacGreevy (1893-1967).. The project is committed to investigating the intersections between traditional humanities research and digital technologies.. Begun with generous grants from The Newman Scholarship Fund at.. University College Dublin.. and.. Enterprise Ireland.. , it partnered  ...   and about Thomas MacGreevy is nearly complete, with over 400 texts that can be browsed or searched in a variety of ways.. With this release, the Archive now features several new collections available through the browse mode, including.. Thomas MacGreevy Composing a Poem.. , an edition of several of MacGreevy's poems that allows readers to trace their composition history;.. Thomas MacGreevy and Jack B Yeats: An Online Broadsheet.. , which explores MacGreevy's and Yeats's professional and personal relationship, and.. , a database which provides authority files for the names of people and organisations found in the texts.. Many of the entries contain biographical notes.. is fully.. XML.. -compliant, with texts encoded according to the.. Text Encoding Initiative guidelines.. The Archive uses.. Lucene.. to deliver a majority of texts.. The collection.. utilises the.. Versioning Machine.. , open-source software developed by Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities.. 2007 Susan Schreibman Last Updated: Monday, August 13, 2007..

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  • Title: About Thomas MacGreevy > The Thomas MacGreevy Archive
    Descriptive info: About Thomas MacGreevy.. Many critics consider Thomas MacGreevy (1893-1967) one of Ireland's first modernist poets.. Although his poetic output is slight (only one volume of poetry was published during his lifetime), his strikingly original verse paved the way for younger poets such as Samuel Beckett, Brian Coffey and Denis Devlin to see a way around that proverbial shadow cast by W.. B.. Yeats.. During his lifetime he wrote hundreds of articles on art, literature, dance, and religion, a novel (still unpublished), as well as plays (several were written in the 1940s in collaboration with Geraldine Cummins).. His books include monographs on contemporary writers and artists, catalogues of the National Gallery of Ireland's collections, and thousands upon thousands of letters, many of which are still preserved in archival and private collections throughout the world.. Thomas MacGreevy (1893-1967), poet, art and literary critic, Director of the National Gallery of Ireland (1950-63), was a man of letters in the old sense of the word.. He has been hailed as Ireland's first modernist poet, yet is one of its most neglected.. Although many consider his poetic output slight (one volume of poetry published during his lifetime,.. Poems.. ), his strikingly original poetry paved the way for younger poets such as Samuel Beckett, Brian Coffey and Denis Devlin to see a way around that proverbial shadow cast by W.. Although MacGreevy's poetic output might not have been prodigious, he was far from silent.. During his lifetime he wrote hundreds of articles in art, literary and social journals, short stories, a novel, plays (many in the 1940s in collaboration with Geraldine Cummins), monographs on contemporary writers and artists, catalogues of the National Gallery of Ireland's collections, and thousands upon thousands of letters, many of which are still preserved in archival collections.. Thomas MacGreevy was born on 26 October 1893 in Tarbert, Co.. Kerry, the seventh of eight children (and only surviving son).. He sat the Boy Clerk examination for the British Civil Service in 1909, moving to Dublin in February 1910 to take up a post with the Irish Land Commission.. Dublin was a world of contradictions: in July 1911 MacGreevy watched as King George and Queen Mary drove by in an open car; three months later he was there when John Redmond unveiled the Parnell monument on Sackville Street.. Eventually MacGreevy was transferred to London, where he worked first for the Charity Commissioners of England and Wales, and then the Intelligence Division of the Admiralty.. He was working for the Admiralty during the Easter Rising, and was on duty the weekend Roger Casement was captured.. Casement's arrest and trial filled the London papers during the Spring and Autumn of 1916, and it spurred MacGreevy into writing his first piece of fiction: a dialogue between the gaoled Casement and a British politician.. MacGreevy served in the Great War as a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Field Artillery.. His training lasted nearly twenty months: by Christmas 1917 he was on line in the Somme.. In Poems the two first poems are specifically about MacGreevy's experiences in the war.. But the war had a profound effect on him, and coming to terms with the experience filled his poetry and critical writing for the next decade and a half.. After the war MacGreevy was afforded an opportunity he could only dream about in pre-war times: a scholarship to Trinity College Dublin.. He read History and Political Science and began to participate in Dublin's intellectual, social and cultural life.. In March 1925 MacGreevy moved to London.. It was from London that he began writing poetry, drawing upon his life in Tarbert, Dublin and the Great War as inspiration.. Most of his poetry concerned events he witnessed or trips he made.. He also wrote art and literature reviews for.. The Times Literary Supplement.. The Nation.. Athenaeum.. He began his career as an art critic while assistant editor for.. The Connoisseur.. In London he met T.. S.. Eliot, editor of.. The Criterion.. , who took him on as a reviewer.. It was possibly Eliot's poetry that had the most profound effect on MacGreevy's own style.. Certainly MacGreevy's long 'cab' poem (as it is commonly referred to) 'Crón Tráth na nDéithe' is greatly indebted to 'The Waste Land'.. MacGreevy was an extraordinarily visual poet: he painted words on the page, sometimes like an impressionist, but more often like a cubist, juxtaposing the real and surreal in disturbing and unfamiliar ways.. In January 1927 an opportunity came to work in Paris as lecteur in English Literature at the Ecole Normale Supérieure.. He jumped at the opportunity.. Within a matter of weeks  ...   and the Dublin Drama League.. 1920 - 1925.. Continued to reside in Dublin.. Was appointed assistant secretary to the Irish advisory committee of the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust.. And co-founded the Irish Central Library for Students with Christina Keogh and Lennox Robinson.. Placed articles in.. The Leader.. ,.. The Irish Statesman.. The Gael.. In May 1924 first trip to France as a civilian (where he is first introduced to James Joyce), and to Spain.. The next summer, first trip to Switzerland.. Both trips provided the inspiration for half-a-dozen poems.. Probably in May 1925 moved to London.. 1925 - 1926.. Began writing criticism (book, ballet and opera) for.. , and the.. New Statesman.. Appointed assistant editor of.. , a journal of the arts.. Occasionally acted as deputy lecturer at the National Gallery, London.. In 1926 began to translate Paul Valéry's.. Introduction à la méthode de Léonard de Vinci.. In May 1926, published first poem, 'Aodh Ruadh Ó Domhnaill'.. Continued to have poetry published regularly in journals until 1932.. In November/December wrote the theme for the ballet.. Pomona.. composed by Constant Lambert and choreographed by Nijinska (first performed on 9 September 1927 at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires).. Meets T.. 1927.. In January 1927 took up temporary post at the École Normale Supérieure (Paris) as lecteur d'anglais, which, in October 1928, was renewed for two more years.. 1928.. In February began submitting poems to publishers.. In March essay on George Moore published in.. Scrutinies.. In November met Samuel Beckett.. MacGreevy's essay 'The Catholic Element in Work In Progress' was first published in transition (Fall 1928), and later reprinted by Shakespeare Co.. in.. Our Exagmination round His Factification for Incamination of Work In Progress.. (May 1929).. In June meets Richard Aldington at James Joyce's apartment.. 1929.. In January made assistant secretary of the English edition of.. Formes.. , a journal of the fine arts.. published by John Rodker.. 1930.. In January appointed secretary of the English edition of.. (resigned 1931).. Father died in April.. In July resigned post at the École Normale.. 1931 - 1932.. Continued to live in Paris.. Chatto Windus published MacGreevy's monographs:.. Eliot: A Study.. (January) and.. (September).. In July returns to live in Tarbert.. 1933.. In March leaves Dublin, first stopping in Paris, before returning to London.. Began writing.. Jack B.. Yeats: An Appreciation and an Interpretation.. 1934.. In May.. published by William Heinemann in London, and in November reprinted by The Viking Press in New York.. 1935 - 1937.. Main source of income derived from lecturing at the National Gallery in London and from literary translation, including Henry de Montherlant's.. Pity for Women and Lament for the Death of an Upper Class.. Mother died in February 1936.. 1938.. Chief art critic for.. (until December 1940).. 1941.. When The National Gallery of London suspended its lecture series during the Blitz, MacGreevy helped remove pictures from London for safekeeping, and then returned to Dublin.. Began writing for the.. Father Mathew Record.. In November became art critic for.. (until December 1944).. 1943.. Joined the editorial staff of.. 1945.. published by Victor Waddington and Pictures in the Irish National Gallery by the Mercier Press.. 1946.. Moved to 24 Fitzwilliam Place with his recently widowed sister Nora Phelan and her three daughters.. 1948.. Made Chevalier de l'ordre de la Légion d'honneur by the French Government for his services to the Arts.. Began a correspondence with the American poet Wallace Stevens, which was to last until Stevens's death in 1955.. 1950.. Appointed Director of the National Gallery of Ireland (a post he held until 1963).. 1951.. Appointed to the first Arts Council (An Chomhairle Eala on).. 1954.. In January made first and only trip to the United States as Irish delegate to the Congress in Art History and Museology at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.. During the trip he met Wallace Stevens and Marianne Moore at a luncheon at the home of Barbara Church.. 1955.. Received the Ufficiale al Merito della Repubblica Italiana from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.. Began writing memoirs.. 1956.. Had first heart attack.. 1957.. Awarded honorary Doctorate of Letters from the National University of Ireland.. Had second heart attack.. Nicolas Poussin.. 1960.. published by The Dolmen Press.. 1962.. Made Officier de la Légion d'honneur.. Organized the exhibition of Jack B.. Yeats's work for the Irish section of the Venice Bienniale.. 1963.. Retired from the National Gallery because of failing health.. Received the Silver Cultural Medal of the Direzione Generale delle Relazioni Culturali from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.. 1967.. Died 16 March 1967, the eve of St.. Patrick's Day, in Dublin..

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  • Title: Image Gallery > The Thomas MacGreevy Archive
    Descriptive info: The MacGreevy Archive is rich in images relating to MacGreevy's life and work, beginning with black and white photographs of Tarbert from the 1890s (the village in North Kerry where MacGreevy spent the first 16 years of his life), to colour photographs of MacGreevy taken in the early 1960s when he was Director of the National Gallery of Ireland.. These images span the first three quarters of the twentieth century, and present a narrative that complements the Archive's texts.. It is a narrative of change: from life in a small North Kerry village to friendships and intellectual exchanges with some of the most brilliant minds of the twentieth century in Dublin, London, and Paris.. The photographs capture MacGreevy as a private individual with friends and relations, as well as the public figure he became in later years as Director of the National Gallery.. The images which appear in the image gallery contain but a small sampling of the many hundreds of photographs MacGreevy saved over this lifetime.. MacGreevy spent his childhood in Tarbert, Co.. Kerry, 120 miles from Dublin as the crow flies.. It was a place still haunted by tales told by survivors of the Irish Famine.. In his Memoirs, MacGreevy described Tarbert as 'a not unlovely village in the vast and varied county on the south side of the wide and very beautiful estuary of the Shannon.. ' Thomas MacGreevy was born on the 26th of October 1893, the seventh of eight children and the only surviving son into, a family of farmers and schoolteachers.. From this beginning he went on to become a published poet, literary and art critic, Director of the National Gallery of Ireland, and confidante to some of the most important modernist writers and artists from both sides of the Atlantic.. Probably early in 1909 MacGreevy enrolled in a correspondence course to prepare for the Boy Clerk's examination in the British Civil Service.. He travelled up to Dublin a few days before the examination on the 29th September.. There were fifteen openings for the 146 boys who sat the exam.. MacGreevy scored high enough to be awarded a position with the Irish Land Commission.. In February 1910 he moved to Dublin, a place of music, art and culture.. There were once-in-a-lifetime performances, and history in the making.. He was able to watch from his office window as King George and Queen Mary drove into Dublin on their first state visit.. Months later he was in the crowd as John Redmond unveiled the Parnell monument on Sackville Street (now O'Connell Street).. In 1912, MacGreevy successfully sat the Civil Service examination for the Assistant Clerk position.. He was offered a place with the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, and in April moved to London.. Before the outbreak of the Great War he began work at the Admiralty.. After the declaration of War in August 1914, he was assigned to the Department of the Intelligence, probably as a Second Division Clerk.. In March 1916 MacGreevy enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery and began active service in March 1917.. At present, there are no photographs available for this period.. War Years 1917-1919.. In March 1917, MacGreevy enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery of the British Army.. His training lasted for nearly 10 months.. In November of that year he received a commission as Second Lieutenant in the RFA and one month later, having finished home service, was posted to the Western Front, landing in Le Harve on 20 December 1917.. In May, MacGreevy moved to London and took up residence at 15 Cheyne Gardens.. With an introduction from W.. Yeats, he called on T.. Eliot who took him on as a reviewer at The Criterion..  ...   (and to whom MacGreevy dedicated "De Civitate Hominum"), and Norman Douglas.. In 1941 MacGreevy returned to Ireland as his lecturing and reviewing work in London had become scarce due to the Blitz.. He soon became Art Critic for.. , writing several influential reviews during the first Irish Exhibition of Living Art.. In 1941 he began writing for.. The Father Matthew Record.. , and the following year joined the staff of.. During this time, MacGreevy's friendship with Jack Yeats, begun as early as 1920, deepened.. In 1950 Thomas MacGreevy became Director of the National Gallery of Ireland, a post he retained until 1963, when he retired due to failing health.. Close image.. The McGreevy Family: Front row from left to right Thomas, Nora and Margaret.. Back row: Family Childminder (name unknown) Kathleen, Mary and Winifred McGreevy.. property of the estate of Thomas MacGreevy.. The McGreevy family home in Tarbert, Co.. Kerry.. c.. copyright 1998 Susan Schreibman.. A view of the Shannon estuary taken from Tarbert.. property of the O'Donnell family, Tarbert, Co.. A postcard, dated 29 September 1909, written by MacGreevy to his mother telling her about the Boy Clerk examinations which he sat earlier that day.. property of Susan Schreibman.. On 25 February 1910 MacGreevy started his first day's work as a Boy Clerk at the Irish Land Commission.. He initially lived outside the city centre.. Sometime between April and September 1910 he moved to this building at 51 North Great Georges Street, which, at the time, was The Great Southern Hotel.. Cadets in an RFA Officer Training School, possibly at taken St.. John's Wood or The Chapperton Down Artillery School at Salisbury Plain.. On the back of the photograph MacGreevy listed all the men's names corresponding with the numbers on the front.. all photographs from the estate of Thomas MacGreevy.. MacGreevy in uniform pictured with his sister Nora Phelan (nee McGreevy) taken either his one home leave in March 1917, or before his demobilisation in January 1919.. Officer Cadets in an RFA Officer Training School, possibly taken at St.. John's Wood.. MacGreevy is standing in the 4th row from the front, 6th from the right.. MacGreevy occasionally wrote under a pseudonym.. He used L.. St.. Senan on more than one occasion while writing for.. , as in this review of Sean O Casey's latest publications.. Manuscript of "Nocturne of the Self-Evident Presence.. ".. A photograph of 15 Cheyne Gardens where MacGreevy lodged with Hester Travers Smith.. MacGreevy pictured looking from his rooms at the Ecole Normale Supérieure.. Recent photograph of the Ecole and its library.. In Paris with James and Nora Joyce.. MacGreevy is standing third from the left in the front row of the group.. James and Nora Joyce are pictured third and fourth from the left in the back row.. MacGreevy with Richard Aldington (far left), Bridget Patmore (Aldington's companion from 1928 through 1936), and A.. Frere, probably at Aldington's villa in the south of France at Le Lavandou, Var.. photographs property of the estate of Thomas MacGreevy.. MacGreevy with Bridget Patmore at the Temples of Hera I and II at Paestum, Italy.. MacGreevy pictured with 'Romolina,' Richard Aldington's Ford.. MacGreevy photographed in 1956 at the opening of a Jack B.. Yeats' Exhibition at the National College of Art and Design with, from left to right, Monsignor Pádraig de Brún, Father Senan, Jack B Yeats, MacGreevy and Father Gerald.. At the opening of a Mainie Jellet Exhibition in the Dublin Municipal Gallery.. Pictured with from left to right Éamon de Valera, Cearbhall O'Dalaigh (Chief Justice) and Bay Jellet (Mainie Jellet's sister).. MacGreevy pictured outside the National Gallery in the 1950s.. property of the estate of Thomas MacGreevy, property of the Irish Times (No.. 56D 459)..

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  • Title: Browse the Collections > The Thomas MacGreevy Archive
    Descriptive info: Browse the Collections.. The Correspondence of Thomas MacGreevy and Ernie O'Malley..

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  • Title: About the Archive > The Thomas MacGreevy Archive
    Descriptive info: What are the advantages of an online resource such as.. ? Perhaps the most obvious advantage is accessibility: it makes available out of print and hard to obtain primary materials located in various libraries and archives on two continents.. An online resource like this one is particularly advantageous for a writer like MacGreevy, as many of his writings appeared in little-known Irish publications which are unavailable except for a few institutions in Dublin and London.. But this Archive is much more than a virtual bibliography of MacGreevy's writings: it provides, through its search and browse modes, almost instant access to a large body of text which can easily be searched for themes and individuals important to MacGreevy's life and work.. And because Thomas MacGreevy wrote about many issues of interest to contemporary scholars of Irish literature, history, and cultural studies, researchers may mine the contents of the archive to delve into some of the most important issues facing Ireland during the first fifty years of statehood.. The Editors of the Archive welcome your feedback.. Please contact Susan Schreibman at.. sschreib@umd.. edu.. with any suggestions or comments.. contains more than 400 texts ranging from 10kb to 300kb in size.. Lucene is used to index the documents.. Searching the archive allows for:.. plain text.. searching (tick the text button) and enter a search term.. searching by book or article title.. (tick the text title button) and enter the title of a book or article you wish to find.. searching for places.. mentioned in the texts (tick the place button) and enter a geographic term (state, city, country, county, townland).. searching for people.. mentioned in the texts (tick the person button) and enter the name of the individual you are interested in.. If you cannot find the name you are looking for, it might be that the person or organisation is referenced via another spelling.. To find the correct spelling, go to.. and search there.. Once you find the name you are looking for, copy and paste the name in green into the Search page search box, and try your search again.. It is also possible to search the Archive through metainformation terms assigned to each text.. This is done through the.. limit by.. fields on the Search page.. Limit by:.. Subject.. provides the opportunity to search by broad subject categories which have been assigned to each of the texts.. Nationality.. allows for searching on the primary nationality of the subject matter.. Date Range.. limits the search to a general date range (by century) of the subject matter discussed in the texts.. Text Class.. allows searching on different types of texts, including Art Reviews, Book Reviews, General Articles, and Obituaries.. allows users to search the contents of a particular collection.. At present the following collections are available through this delimiter:.. texts written by MacGreevy.. texts written about MacGreevy.. The advanced search and browse pages use a combination of any of the following xpaths to carry out searches:.. /TEI.. 2//text//* ¦ //text/*@.. 2/teiHeader/fileDesc/titleStmt/title.. 2/text/body//persName.. 2/text/body//placeName.. 2/teiHeader/fileDesc/titleStmt/author.. 2/teiHeader/profileDesc/textClass/keywords/list/item.. 2/teiHeader/profileDesc/textClass/classCode.. The document results are sorted by the.. score.. as calculated by Lucene.. The index generated by Lucene has 13 fields and is 11MB.. The total size of the documents is 7.. 5MB.. The codebase for the project draws heavily from.. teiPublisher.. was originally conceived in Standard Generalised Markup Language (SGML), and delivered through DynaWeb following.. The Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines.. (TEI), 'an international and interdisciplinary standard that helps libraries, museums, publishers, and individual scholars represent all kinds of literary and linguistic texts for online research and teaching, using an encoding scheme that is maximally expressive and minimally obsolescent'.. The TEI provides for very detailed textual encoding to facilitate multi-faceted document retrieval.. For example, not only can documents be searched via plain text, but can be retrieved through a rich scheme of metainfomation contained in the headers of each text.. For example, through the.. advanced search page.. , texts can be accessed according to genre type (articles, books, review articles, etc.. ).. Searching can also be narrowed by subject area or nationality.. So for example, one might search for all articles MacGreevy wrote on twentieth century Irish art, or on Dutch literature.. For further instructions on searching, please see the.. Using the Site.. section.. In 2004 the Archive was migrated to Extensible Markup Language (XML), a W3C standard developed for delivering structured information over the Internet.. The majority of collections in the Archive are delivered via.. In 2003-04, the Archive also began developing separate collections which explore varous aspects of MacGreevy's life,  ...   website for the 2004 site.. MITH Research Assistants.. include Christopher Baran, Stephanie Edwards, Ruben Gomez, Katrina Martinez, Amani Robinson, and Yi Weng.. New Jersey Institute of Technology Research Assistants.. Jose B.. Chua.. Carlos Guarda.. University College Dublin Participants.. John Dunnion.. has BSc and MSc degrees in Computer Science from University College Dublin.. He has worked in the Department of Computer Science in the University of Manchester, England, and has studied in the Technische Universitat in Munich.. He worked on Project Minstrel, one of the first EC ESPRIT projects in Ireland, and on SIMPR.. He has been awarded grants by Eolas and Forbairt and has been awarded grants by the German Academic Exchange Service and Comett.. He is currently a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and is Project Manager of the INTENTS project, funded by Forbairt's Advanced Software PAT.. Liadh Kelly.. completed a BSc in Computer Science from University College Dublin in 1998.. She recently completed a MSc, also in Computer Science, from University College Dublin under the INTENTS project.. Paula Murphy.. completed her BA in English and Philosophy in 1995 from University College Dublin and is currently completing an MA in Modern English Literature.. She is currently a Humanities Research Assistant for the MacGreevy Hypertext Chronology.. Judith Wusteman.. has been in the Department of Library and Information Studies at UCD since September 1997.. Before that, she was a lecturer in the Computing Laboratory, University of Kent at Canterbury for seven years.. Judith has a Ph.. in Artificial Intelligence.. Her current research interests are in electronic publishing, particularly relating to humanities computing, e-journals, document structure and formats, SGML, and XML.. She has been involved in various projects and consultancies in the field of electronic publishing.. UCD Research Assistants.. include Paul Candon, Gillian Farren, Aidan Halpin, and John McDermot.. Archive Consultants.. J.. James R.. Knowlson.. , BA, Dip Ed, PhD (Reading), Emeritus Professor of French and Director, The Beckett International Foundation, The University of Reading.. C.. Mays.. , MA (Oxon), D.. Phil.. (Oxon) Professor of Modern English and American Literature at University College Dublin.. Daniel Pitti.. , BA, MA, C.. , MLIS, (University of California, Berkeley), Project Director at the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia.. Ann Saddlemyer.. , BA (Saskatchewan), MA (Queen's), PhD (London), Professor Emeritus of Drama, English and Comparative Literature, University of Toronto, Adjunct Professor of English, University of Victoria.. John Unsworth.. , MA (Boston), PhD (Virginia), former Director of the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at University of Virginia; currently Dean of the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, with appointments as Professor in GSLIS, in the department of English, and on the Library faculty.. Other Acknowledgments.. The Thomas MacGreevy Archive gratefully thanks the following organisations:.. The Capuchin Fathers.. , for allowing us to reproduce MacGreevy's articles in.. David Clarke.. , for granting us permission to reproduce Margaret Clarke's 'Pierrot and Columbine', in which MacGreevy served as the model for Pierrot.. for having the vision to generously support an inter-disciplinary research project.. FÀS.. , for providing The Archive with many research assistants, each of whom contributed enormously.. Margaret Farrington and the late Elizabeth Ryan.. , MacGreevy's nieces, for their unwavering support of the project, and for their generosity in allowing us to include in the Archive MacGreevy family photographs and documents.. The Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the University of Virginia.. and particularly.. , for invaluable advice in implementing the TEI Guidelines, and for publishing the archive.. Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities.. for its generous support in human and technical resources.. The National Gallery of Ireland.. for allowing us to reproduce images illustrating.. Pictures in the National Gallery of Ireland.. The Newman Scholarship Fund.. , for providing Susan Schreibman with a generous post-doctoral fellowship to begin this project.. New Jersey Institute of Technology.. who have generously supported this project through Specially Budgeted Research Grants.. Trinity College, Dublin.. for providing us with access to Thomas MacGreevy's manuscripts, and for allowing us to make them available over the Internet document manuscript numbers.. John Turpin.. , for providing us with his own photographs of John Hogan's statues to illustrate 'Some Statues by John Hogan.. '.. for their support of this project financially and materially.. The late Anne Yeats.. for allowing us to reproduce paintings by Jack B.. Yeats which illustrate 'Three Historical Paintings by Jack B.. Yeats', which was published in.. 1942.. Michael Yeats.. for allowing us to reprint Jack Yeats's letters to Thomas MacGreevy..

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  • Title: The Thomas MacGreevy Bibliography, by Susan Schreibman
    Descriptive info: Note.. X.. home.. |.. search.. collections.. Table of Contents.. Introduction.. Books and Pamphlets.. Books Translated by Thomas MacGreevy.. Contributions to Books.. Poetry Translations.. Non-Fiction.. Contributions to Periodicals and Newspapers.. The Advocate.. Books of the Month.. Catholic Digest.. The Dublin Magazine.. The Echo.. Evening Mail.. The Gaelic Churchman.. Ireland To-day.. Irish Bookman.. The Irish Builder Engineer.. The Irish Catholic.. The Irish Democrat.. Irish Independent.. Irish Oil and Colour Trades Review.. The Irish Press.. The Irish Program.. The Irish Rosary.. Irish Times.. Irish Travel.. Italy Speaks.. The Kerryman.. The Klaxon.. The Listener.. The Nation and Athenaeum.. The New Review.. The New Statesman and Nation.. The Observer.. Old Ireland.. Pictorial.. Prisme des Arts.. Puck Fare.. Revue Anglo-Américaine.. Studies.. Sunday Independent.. The Sunday Times.. TCD: A College Miscellany.. Time and Tide.. transition.. University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies.. Articles About MacGreevy.. Contemporary.. Reviews of Collected Poems.. Reviews of Collected Poems of Thomas MacGreevy: An Annotated Edition.. The Thomas MacGreevy Bibliography.. A Digital Edition.. Original Source:.. Created for The Thomas MacGreevy Archive.. An early version of this bibliography was created as part of an unpublished PhD thesis submitted in fulfilment of Doctor of Letters at University College Dublin.. © Susan Schreibman, 1998, 2003, 2004.. All rights reserved.. Full Colophon Information.. The Thomas MacGreevy Bibliography.. The 2004 version of this bibliography is as complete as is known by the author.. Not all texts, however, have been encoded and linked to the bibliography.. As new texts are encoded, they will be linked to the bibliography and made available on the website.. Many unsigned articles have been ascribed using MacGreevy's papers at Trinity College Dublin.. When there is a copy of the article or book in his papers at TCD (in manuscript, typescript or published form), it is noted by Trinity's document reference number (four digits) and a document number (one or two digits) preceded by the notation.. TCD MS.. Any published texts which have been subsequently annotated by MacGreevy is noted by ANNOT.. Annotations have not been incorporated into the texts encoded for this bibliography.. The editors gratefully acknowledge the Board of Trinity College Dublin for permission to cite manuscript reference sources.. Other sources for ascribing unsigned articles are:.. TLS/SB The Times Literary Supplement Stock Book.. News International plc, London.. TLS/CMS The Times Literary Supplement Contributor Marked Copies.. When an article has been reprinted, generally only one version has been encoded for this bibliography.. Minor textual variations have not been noted.. All texts are signed.. Thomas McGreevy.. or.. Thomas MacGreevy.. unless otherwise noted.. Pomona: Theme for a Ballet in One Act.. by Constant Lambert.. London: Oxford University Press, 1928.. TS Eliot: A Study.. London: Chatto Windus, 1931.. London: Heinemann, 1934; reprinted New York: The Viking Press, 1934.. Jack B Yeats: An Appreciation and an Interpretation.. Dublin: Victor Waddington, 1945.. Pictures in the Irish National Gallery.. Cork: The Mercer Press, 1945; reprinted London: B.. T.. Batsford, 1946.. Reprinted with minor textual revisions from The Capuchin Annual.. Illustrations of the Paintings: National Gallery of Ireland.. Dublin: National Gallery of Ireland, 1951.. Leonardo da Vinci: 1452-1950.. Dublin: 1953.. TCD MS 8015/210-256(Annot).. Republished in The Capuchin Annual.. 1953-54.. Address by Thomas MacGreevy on the occasion of his opening of the Exhibition of Paintings by Paul Pouchol in October 1955 at the Victor Waddington Galleries Dublin.. Dublin: 1955.. Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1960.. Some Italian Pictures in the National Gallery of Ireland.. Dublin: Italian Institute in Dublin, 1963.. Collected Poems.. Edited by Thomas Dillon Redshaw Dublin: New Writers Press, 1971.. Edited by Susan Schreibman.. Dublin: Anna Livia, 1991; Washington DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 1991.. By Paul Valéry.. London: J Rodker, 1929.. Lord Thompson of Cardington: A Memoir and Some Letters.. By Marthe Lucie Bibesco.. London: Jonathan Cape, 1932.. Lament for the Death of An Upper Class.. By Henry de Montherlant.. London: John Miles, 1935; reprinted.. Perish in Their Pride.. New York: Knopf, 1936.. Forbidden Journey from Peking to Kashmir.. By Ella K Maillart.. London: William Heinemann, 1937; reprinted New York: H Holt, 1937.. Pity for Women.. London: George Routledge, 1937; reprinted New York: Knopf, 1938.. A Little Anthology of Irish Verse.. Edited by Lennox Robinson.. Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1928.. Aodh Ruadh O Domhnaill, p.. 7.. The European Caravan: An Anthology of the New Spirit in European Literature.. Edited by Samuel Putnam, et.. al.. New York: Brewer Warren Putnam, 1931.. Aodh Ruadh O'Domhnaill p.. 493-95;.. Homage to Marcel Proust p.. 495;.. Homage to Jack Yeats p.. 496;.. Golder's Green p.. 496-97.. The Dead Angels By Raphael Alberti.. p.. 407-8;.. Punishments By Raphael Alberti.. 408-9;.. The False Angel By Raphael Alberti.. 409-10;.. Going Out By Jorge Guillén.. 410-11;.. The Shadows By Jorge Guillén.. 411;.. Sea Fronts By Jorge Guillén.. 411-12;.. [ The dazzling whiteness of my first love] By Juan Ramón Jiménez.. 341;.. Remorse By Juan Ramón Jiménez.. 342;.. Dream Nocturne By Juan Ramón Jiménez.. 342-43;.. The Martyrdom of St Olalla By Federico García Lorca.. 412-414;.. At the Burial of a Friend By Antonio Machado.. 338;.. [ The street in shadow] By Antonio Machado.. 339;.. [ Childish Dream By Antonio Machado.. 339-40;.. [ The Loved house] By Antonio Machado.. 340;.. The Oxford Book of Modern Verse, 1892-1935.. Edited by W.. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1936.. Aodh Ruadh O Domhnaill pp.. 333-34.. Homage to Jack Yeats pp.. 335-36.. 1,000 Years of Irish Poetry: the Gaelic and Anglo-Irish Poets from Pagan Times to the Present.. Edited by Kathleen Hoagland.. New York: Devin-Adair, 1947.. Homage to Hieronymus Bosch p.. 704.. Red Hugh p.. 703.. Gioconda p.. 706.. Anthology of Irish Verse: The Poetry of Ireland from Mythological Times to the Present.. Edited by Padraic Colum.. New York: Liveright, 1948.. 370-71.. The Oxford Book of Irish Verse: XVIIth Century - XXth Century.. Edited by Donagh MacDonagh and Lennox Robinson.. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1958.. Aodh Ruadh O Domhnaill p.. 219.. Modern Irish Poetry.. Edited by Derek Mahon.. London: Sphere Books, 1972.. 56.. Recessional p.. 57.. Nocturne of the Self-Evident Presence p.. 58.. The Faber Book of Irish Verse.. Edited by John Montague.. London: Faber and Faber, 1974.. 258.. Homage to Hieronymus Bosch p259-60.. Surrealist Poetry in English.. Edited by Edward B.. Germain.. London: Penguin, 1979.. 76.. Contemporary Irish Poetry.. Edited by Anthony Bradley.. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1980.. De Civitate Hominum p.. 30.. 31.. 33.. 34-35.. 35-36.. Poets of Munster.. Edited by Seán Dunne.. Dingle: Brandon Books, 1985.. 29.. 33.. 34.. 35.. 37.. On the Death of Joseph Djugashvili alias Stalin p.. 38.. Contemporary Irish Poetry: New and Revised Edition.. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988.. 14.. 15.. 17.. 18.. 19.. Modern Irish Poetry: an Anthology.. Edited by Patrick Crotty.. Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1995.. 9-11.. The Need for a Gaelic Encyclopaedia.. The Celtic Fellowship New York.. TCD MS 8015/255-56.. 8003/4/1-3.. A card which reprints MacGreevy's article The Need for a Gaelic Encyclopaedia.. from.. 6 September 1924.. George Moore.. Scrutinies by Various Writers.. Edited by Edgell Rickword.. London: Wishart Company,.. pp.. 310-30.. The Catholic Element in.. Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress.. Paris: Shakespeare Co,.. Reprinted London: Faber and Faber, 1936, pp.. 117-27.. This article was first published in transition.. Fall 1928 under the title A Note on.. Art Criticism and Science.. Scritti de Storia dell'arte in Onore di Lionello Venturi.. Rome: De Luca Editore,.. TCD MS 8015/204-7.. This article was reprinted in The Capuchin Annual.. Contribution to.. Richard Aldington: An Intimate Portrait.. Edited by Alister Kershaw and F.. J.. Temple.. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press,.. 1965.. 52-64.. Healy Window.. Parish of the Sacred Heart.. Dublin: NP,.. 1966.. 133-34.. Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper.. 14 June 1944.. p15.. TCD MS 8015/122.. Place of Publication: Lleida:.. Publisher:.. Enric Crous Vidal.. Date:.. 1934–1935.. 'Joan Junyer' [translated into Catalan by Maria Manent].. Vol.. 8.. No.. 1, May 1934.. p245-49.. TCD MS 8006/9.. Place of Publication: London.. 1929–1964.. 'Fires of Beltane' by Geraldine Cummins.. July 1936.. p35.. TCD MS 8015/45.. 'Very Heaven' by Richard Aldington.. March 1937.. TCD MS 8015/47.. Place of Publication: Dublin:.. Capuchin Franciscan Fathers.. 1930–1977.. Introductory Essay.. Aodh Ruadh O Domhnaill.. Vol.. 13, 1942.. 55.. Three Historical Paintings by Jack B.. 13,.. 238-51.. TCD MS 7994/12.. Pictures in the National Gallery.. 14,.. 386-443.. This article was reprinted in book form in 1945 under the same title.. with minor textual revisions.. Michael Healy: Personal Reminiscences.. 15,.. 1944.. 113-15, 441.. There is a note in TCD MS 7994/15 that this was first broadcast on Radio Eireann 5 June 1942.. It was republished in The Irish Rosary.. A shorter version appeared in The Capuchin Annual.. The Historical Background to Irish Art.. (Chiefly Architecture).. 15, 1944 pp.. 241-49.. TCD MS 7994/5; TCD MS 7995/5a,b,c.. McCormack in Opera.. 16.. 1945-46.. 293-95.. TCD MS 7994/24; TCD MS 7995/24a.. This article was reprinted in The Father Mathew Record.. November 1945.. For Vincent O'Brien.. 16, 1945-46.. 238-39.. MacGreevy's tribute is one of several to the late Vincent O'Brien.. N.. John McCormack 1884-1945: A Symposium of Tributes.. 17, 1946-47.. 234-35.. Some Statues by John Hogan.. 422-26.. TCD MS 7994/14; 7995/14a,b,c,d.. This article was reprinted from The Father Mathew Record.. August 1943.. St Brendan's Cathedral, Loughrea 1897-1947.. 353-73.. TCD MS 8002/12a,b,c.. Tirconaill Revisited.. 307-11.. TCD MS 7994/17.. April 1946.. Thomas Moore, 1779-1852.. 18, 1948.. 286-93.. F.. McCormick (Peter C Judge): A Symposium of Tributes.. 176, 209-11.. TCD MS 9001/8.. MacGreevy's is one of several tributes to the late FJ Mccormick.. Others who contributed include Brian Doherty, Gabriel Fallon, Richard Hayes, Benedict Kiely, TC Murray, and PL McCann.. Fifty Years of Irish Painting: 1900-1950.. 19, 1949.. 497-512.. TCD MS 8002/13,13a.. The Teaching of Irish – Comments by.. 240-44.. MacGreevy's is one of several contributions.. Homage to Vercingetorix.. 20, 1950-51.. 139.. Jubilate.. 161-68.. Uileachán Dubh O.. 21, 1952.. 211-44.. TCD MS 8015/169.. Leonardo da Vinci: 1452-1952.. 22.. 135-54.. TCD MS 7994/2; TCD MS 7995/2a,b.. This article was reprinted in two parts (December 1952 and January 1953) in The Father Mathew Record.. It was also reprinted in pamphlet form in June 1953.. The Immaculate Conception in Art.. 25, 1958.. 278-92.. Symposium of Tributes to Margaret Burke-Sheridan.. 26, 1959.. 186-89.. MacGreevy's tribute is one of several.. Others who contributed include Leo Clifford and Gutherie McClintic.. 27, 1960.. 161-70.. TCD MS 7994/6; 7995/6a,b,c,d,e.. f.. This article was first published in Scritti de Storia dell'arte in Onore di Lionello Venturi.. Tribute to the Late Monsignor Pádraig de Brún.. 28, 1961.. 371-72.. TCD MS 7997/1.. Michelangelo – After Four Centuries.. 32, 1965.. 204-16.. The Lady of Birr.. 33, 1966.. p384.. 385-98.. Reprinted from The Capuchin Annual.. Breton Oracles.. 35, 1968.. 280.. Place of Publication: Dublin.. National Publishing Company.. 1946–1970.. 'McCormack in Opera.. September 1946.. 16-19.. TCD MS 8015/140-143.. Hearst Corp.. 1901–1992.. Review of.. John Sloan.. Edited by A.. E.. Gallatin.. 74, No.. 294.. February 1926.. 116.. TCD MS 8013/1.. Unsigned.. Ariel: A Shelley Romance.. By André Maurois.. 295.. March 1926.. 179.. TCD MS 8013/2.. By the Waters of Carthage.. By Norma Lorimer.. 179-80.. Unsigned: probably by M.. Die gotische Baukunst in Frankreich und Deutschland.. By Ernst Gall.. 180.. Victoria and Albert Museum: Review of the Principal Acquisitions during the Year 1922.. Hansel and Gretel, and Other Stories by Grimm.. 180,183.. Daphnis and Chloe.. Translated by George Thornley.. 183.. TCD MS 8013/3.. Margaret Morris Dancing: a Book of Forty Pictures.. By Fred Daniels.. Sailing Ships at a Glance.. By Edward W.. Hobbs.. Prelude to Architecture.. By William Godfrey.. Exhibition review Some Scottish Artists – and Others.. 187-88.. TCD MS 8013/4.. Exhibition review Paintings by Charles Cundall.. 189.. TCD MS 8013/5.. Exhibition review The New Society of Artists.. Exhibition review The London Group.. Exhibition review German and Austrian War Posters.. 191.. TCD MS 8013/6.. Exhibition Review At the Leicester Galleries.. 191-92.. Reviews of the Herbert Carmichael Show, and Les Peintres-Graveurs Independants' first English exhibition.. Exhibition review Old Coloured Prints.. 192.. Current Art Notes.. 75, No.. 299.. July 1926.. 186.. TCD MS 8013/7.. Short article about James Barry's portrait of Thomas Carlyle.. Mrs Delany.. Edited by R.. Brimley Johnson.. TCD MS 8013/9.. Exhibition review An Italianate English Painter.. 300.. August 1926.. 257.. TCD MS 8013/10.. A review of the Bertram Nicholls exhibition at Barbizon House.. Art Studies: Mediaeval, Renaissance and Modern.. Edited by the Members of the Depts of the Fine Arts at Harvard and Princeton Universities.. 243.. TCD MS 8013/11.. Irish Broadsheets for Collectors.. 301.. September 1926.. 27-30,33.. TCD MS 8013/12-16.. Signed Patrick Shanahan.. Ingres: His Life and Art.. By Frölich-Bume.. 77.. 306.. February 1927.. 112.. TCD MS 8013/18.. A Short History of Italian Art.. By Adolfo Venturi.. 77, No.. 113.. Notes: Notes from Paris.. 78, No.. 309.. May 1927.. 61.. TCD MS 8013/19.. Signed T.. McG.. Current Art Notes: Notes from Paris.. 312.. August 1927.. 251-52.. McG.. Place of Publication: London:.. Faber and Faber.. 1924–1939.. Dysert.. January 1926.. 94.. Reprinted as Homage to Jack Yeats.. in Poems.. Signed L.. Senan.. The Ballet: The Diaghileff Ballet Season.. 2, No.. 12.. July 1925.. 575-76.. Review of Héloïse and Abélard.. By George Moore.. 4, No.. 2.. April 1926.. 368-72.. TCD MS 8009/28; 8009/28a.. The Ballet.. Margaret Morris Dancing.. By Margaret Morris and Fred Daniels.. June 1926.. 570-73.. TCD MS 8113/24.. 4, No.. 4.. October 1926.. 741-45.. El artista adolescente.. By James Joyce.. Translated by Alfonso Donado.. January 1927.. 158.. TCD MS 8009/33; 8113/26.. Two Plays: Juno and the Paycock; The Shadow of a Gunman.. By Sean O'Casey and The Plough and the Stars: A Tragedy in Four Acts.. By Sean O'Casey.. 5, No.. 275.. S.. Essays.. By Leonard Woolf.. 184-85.. TCD MS 8113/30.. The Marionette.. By Edwin Muir.. September 1927.. 284-85.. Recent Books.. Les Faux-Monnayeurs: Roman; Journal des Faux-Monnayeurs; Morceaux Choisis; Voyage au Congo: Carnets du Route.. By André Gide.. 7, No.. 1.. January 1928.. 65-69.. François Mauriac et le problème du romancier catholique.. By Charles du Bos.. 13, No.. 52.. April 1934.. 522.. TCD MS 8009/12a2; 8009/12.. Ernest Psichari, mon frère.. By Henriette Psichari.. 523-25.. James Joyce.. By Louis Golding.. By Humbert Wolfe.. 525-26.. TCD MS 8009/12a1; 8009/12.. Conversions to the Catholic Church.. Compiled by Maurice Leahy.. 526-27.. Le Pari.. By Ramon Fernandez.. 527.. André Gide: Sa vie, son oeuvre.. By Léon Pierre-Quint.. 53.. July 1934.. 707-08.. TCD MS 8009/13.. Essays on History.. By Pope Pius XI.. pp708-09.. TCD MS 8009/14.. The Oxford Handbook of Religious Knowledge.. 709.. TCD MS 8009/15.. The Mystical Doctrine of St John of the Cross.. Abridged and translated by David Lewis.. 709-10.. TCD MS 8009/16.. A Christian Sociology for To-day.. By Maurice B.. Reckitt.. 710.. TCD MS 8009/17.. Seumas O'Sullivan.. 1923–1958.. The Daemon of French Painting.. August 1924.. 30-34.. TCD MS 8015/16-18; 8004/8.. Place of Publication: Enniscorthy.. 1902–1995.. 14 September 1946 p.. 6.. TCD MS 8015/134.. This article was republished in The Capuchin Annual.. Dublin Evening Mail.. 1823–1962.. Mr.. Lennox Robinson and Theatre Critics.. [letter to the editor].. 5 December 1924.. TCD MS 8013/79; 8013/80.. Father Mathew Record and Franciscan Mission Advocate.. 1908–1967.. The Franciscan Spirit.. 35, No.. 11.. November 1941.. TCD MS 7994/1; 7995/1a; 8014/54(Annot).. Little Films.. 36, No.. January 1942.. 4-5.. Review of a screening of: The Coronation of His Holiness Pope Pius XII, The Father Mathew Centenary Celebrations, The Easter Sunday, 1941, Parade, Bombed Areas in Dublin, and An Irish Pilgrimage to Iona.. Art and the City of God.. 5.. May 1942.. 3-4.. TCD MS 8014/21.. The Late Alderman Tom Kelly, T.. June 1942.. 5-6.. TCD MS 8014/3; 7994/vii; 8001/6.. In Defence of Moore.. 10.. October 1942.. TCD MS 8014/1 (Annot).. The Iconography of Saint Patrick.. 37, No.. 3.. March 1943.. TCD MS 8014/4.. Blessed Ignatius of Laconi: Triduum at St.. Mary of the Angels, Dublin.. TCD MS 7994/vii.. Edward Martyn: An Irish Catholic Eccentric.. April 1943.. TCD MS 7994/28; 7995/28a; 8014/5(Annot).. And It's Killarney.. May 1943.. 2-3.. TCD MS 8014/6-7.. Saint Francis de Sales.. June 1943 pp.. TCD MS 8014/8(Annot).. Patrick Tuohy R.. H.. (1894-1930).. July 1943.. TCD MS 7994/16; 8014/16.. TCD MS 7994/14; 7995/14a,b; 8014/59.. 1946-47.. December 1943.. Signed Cantor.. Malachy and Bernard.. TCD MS 8014/62.. Patrick's College, Maynooth.. 38, No.. January 1944.. TCD MS 7994/32.. This article was reprinted in a longer version in The Father Mathew Record.. March 1949.. February 1944.. Writers on Art.. TCD MS 8014/9.. Máthair Íosa.. Review of The Mother of Jesus.. By Father James, O.. F.. M.. Cap.. TCD MS 8014/10.. March 1944.. TCD MS 8014/10; 7994/vii.. Michael O'Clery.. Review of Michael O Clery, Knight-Errant of History.. By Fr.. Victor Sheppard, O.. TCD MS 8014/68.. April 1944.. 9.. Signed Cantor: Possibly by M.. Leonardo's Last Supper.. TCD MS 8014/11.. Amhran Dé.. Review of The Music of Life.. May 1944.. TCD MS 8014/57.. Hollywood and Lourdes.. Film review of The Song of Bernadette.. TCD MS 8014/61.. G.. K.. C.. —An English Nationalist.. Review of Gilbert Keith Chesterton.. By Maisie Ward.. June 1944.. TCD MS 8014/63(Annot).. A Great Book: Dr.. Rogers' Life of Father Mathew.. Review of Father Theobald Mathew, Apostle of Temperance.. By Patrick Rogers.. July 1944.. TCD MS 8014/13.. Beethoven's 'Ninth' in Dublin.. TCD MS 7994/23; 7995/23a,b; 8014/19.. The O'Clery Tercentenary.. August 1944.. TCD MS 8014/22.. Dublin — City of Art.. September 1944.. TCD MS 8014/14(Annot).. Johnny, I Hardly Knew You!.. Review of March of Time.. October 1944.. TCD MS 7994/18; 8014/67(Annot).. Review of Going My Way.. November 1944.. TCD MS 7994/19; 8014/15.. Sandro Botticelli.. 39, No.. January 1945.. 5,8.. TCD MS 7994/3; 8014/74.. Murillo.. 39, No2.. February 1945.. 4,6.. TCD MS 7994/9; 7995/9a; 8014/55(Annot).. The Sea-Divided Gael.. March 1945.. TCD MS 8014/58.. Michelangelo.. April 1945.. TCD MS 7994/7; 7995/a,b,c; 8014/64.. To the Taoiseach After the Storm.. By Pádraig de Brún.. 39.. June 1945.. Ireland and the Renaissance.. TCD MS 8014/17.. Let Erin Remember.. July 1945.. TCD MS 8014/18.. MacG.. Review of a commemoration dinner for Thomas Moore.. The Great Exhibition.. Signed M.. Exhibition review of the Jack B.. Yeats National Loan Exhibition at the National College of Art.. The Twenty-Fifth of June.. August 1945.. TCD MS 8014/20.. This article describes the mass Sean T O'Kelly attended at the Pro-Cathedral prior to his installation as President of Ireland.. The National Gallery.. September 1945.. TCD MS 8014/70.. Shannon Estuary.. October 1945.. TCD MS 7994/26.. Prince of the Church.. TCD MS 7994/vii; 8014/21.. Obituary for Joseph Cardinal MacRory.. Hardebeck Fund Concert.. TCD MS 7994/24; 7995/24a; 8014/69.. The Dublin Municipal Gallery.. January 1946.. TCD MS 8014/65-66.. Carl Gilbert Hardebeck.. March 1946.. TCD MS 8014/23.. Publication of an Anniversary Broadcast on Radio Eireann, 10 February 1946.. 2-3, 11.. TCD MS 7994/17; 8014/24-25.. Laurence Campbell, Sculptor.. May 1946.. TCD MS 8014/26-27; 7994/vii.. Hardebeck Concerts.. June 1946.. TCD MS 8014/28(Annot); 7994/vii.. Catholic Thinkers.. Review of Perennial Philosophers.. By Arhur H.. Ryan.. TCD MS 8014/60.. Archbishop Stepinac.. November 1946.. TCD MS 8014/29(Annot).. India and its Missions.. 1-2.. Signed C.. Carl Hardebeck.. 40, No.. March 1947.. TCD MS 8014/30.. Velazquez.. April 1947.. TCD MS 7994/8; 7995/81; 8014/32(Annot).. A Musical Recital.. Signed: Cantor.. A Review.. Review of Legionaries of Christ.. By Arthur Ryan.. May 1947.. TCD MS 8014/34; TCD MS 7994/vii.. Signed: T.. Buite's Monastery.. Review of Monasterboice.. By R.. Macalister.. August 1947.. Homes of Tipperary.. Review of Roscrea, Town and Parish.. By Dermot F Gleeson.. Dante —and Modern Ireland.. 41, No.. January 1948.. TCD MS 7994/4; 8014/37(Annot).. Cathal O'Byrne, Dublinman.. Review of Ashes on the Hearth.. By Cathal O'Byrne.. May 1948.. TCD MS 8014/38.. Art Criticism, and a Visit to Paris.. September 1948.. 4-8.. TCD MS 7994/29; 8014/71-72(Annot).. The Capuchin Order in Kilkenny.. December 1948.. TCD MS 8014/39(Annot).. 42, No.. This was first published in a shorter form in The Father Mathew Record.. Seanin and Seoirsin.. June 1949.. TCD MS 8014/41(Annot).. Signed Danny Boy.. How Does She Stand?.. September 1949.. TCD MS 7994/21; 7995/a,b; 8014/42(Annot).. Joseph O'Connor's 'Norwayman'..  ...   and.. Dryden.. By David Nichol Smith.. 25 July 1925.. 519.. TCD MS 8012/3; 8084/4; 7-9.. The Czarina.. By Melchlor Lengyel in From Alpha to Omega.. 1 August 1925.. 544.. TCD MS 8012/4; 8084/16.. The Tree of the Folkungs.. By Verner von Heidenstam and.. The Mistress of Husaby.. By Sigrid Undset.. 29 August 1925.. 653.. TCD MS 8012/5-6.. ] 26 September 1925.. 764.. TCD MS 8012/7.. The Limpet.. By Vernon Woodhouse in From Alpha to Omega.. 3 October 1925.. TCD MS 8012/8; 8081/16.. [on the Lane pictures] in From Alpha to Omega.. ] 10 October 1925.. 55.. TCD MS 8081/9-10.. The Translator of Dante.. King.. 17 October 1925.. 122,124.. TCD MS 8012/10-11.. A biography of H.. Cary.. Of Aucassin and Nicolette.. Translated by Laurence Housman.. 24 October 1925.. 152.. TCD MS 8012/13; 8081/12-13.. Fastus.. By Marlowe in From Alpha to Omega.. 7 November 1925.. 209.. TCD MS 8012/13; 8081/23.. Reminiscences of a Maynooth Professor.. By Walter MacDonald;.. Brigham Young.. By M.. Werner;.. Life and Letters of William Boyd Carpenter.. By H.. Major;.. Arnold Thomas of Bristol: Collected Papers and Addresses.. With a Memoir by Nathaniel Micklem;.. Grover Cleveland.. By Robert McElroy;.. The Farington Diary.. By Joseph Farington;.. Inland Far.. By Clifford Bax.. Inland Far.. By W.. Shaw Sparrow.. 14 November 1925.. 250-52.. The Dark Angel.. By Guy Bolton in From Alpha to Omega.. 259.. TCD MS 8012/16; 8081.. Miniatures of French History.. The French Revolution.. By Hilaire Belloc.. 28 November 1925.. 328.. TCD MS 8012/17; 8081/228-33.. The Dramatist.. By Frederick Reynolds in From Alpha to Omega.. 5 December 1925.. 352.. TCD MS 8012/18.. Boys Books.. 375-76.. TCD MS 8012/19-20.. A survey of books for boys.. ] 12 December 1925.. 402.. TCD MS 8012/21.. Review of either.. Elnovia.. By Geoffrey Faber or.. The Lives of the Rakes.. VI by E.. Beresford Chancellor 26 December 1925.. 474,76.. TCD MS 8012/22.. The Life and Times of Bishop Ullathorne.. By Dom Cuthbert Butler.. 13 March 1926.. 818,820.. TCD MS 8012/24.. [the transfer of.. Mr Pepys.. from the Hampstead to the Royalty] in From Alpha to Omega.. ] 20 March 1926.. 861.. TCD MS 8012/26.. The Cathedrals and Churches of Italy.. By T.. Francis Bumpus.. 24 April 1926.. 106.. TCD MS 8012/27.. TCD MS 8012/28.. Short Talks with the Dead and Others.. 22 May 1926.. p180.. TCD MS 8012/29.. By Herbert Spencer.. 19 June 1926.. p325-26.. TCD MS 8012/31.. Here's Ireland.. By Harold Speakman.. 14 August 1926.. p563.. TCD MS 8012/32.. Raffles, 1781-1826.. Coupland.. 21 August 1926.. 590.. TCD MS 8012/33.. A Dawdle in France.. By Inglis Sheldon-Williams.. 2 October 1926.. 774.. TCD MS 8012/34.. The Painter's Methods and Materials.. P.. Laurie;.. The Art of Drawing.. Bateman;.. From Giotto to John.. By N.. Wethered;.. Hours in the Tate Gallery.. By J.. Manson;.. Hours in the Wallace Collection.. By Philip Hendy.. 13 November 1926.. 228,230.. TCD MS 8012/35.. The Elizabethan Zoo: A Book of Beasts both Fabulous and Authentic.. Edited by St Clare Byrne 13 November 1926.. 242.. TCD MS 8012/37.. Books for Boys.. 4 December 1926.. 358,360.. TCD MS 8012/38.. The Beauties of the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri.. Translated and chosen by Thomas Watson Duncan; and.. The Minor Poems of Dante.. Translated by Lorna De'Lucchi.. 1 January 1927.. 486.. TCD MS 8012/40.. On the Poems of Henry Vaughan: Characteristics and Intimations.. By Edmund Blunden.. 21 May 1927.. 222.. TCD MS 8012/41.. Flemish Art: A Critical Survey.. By Roger Fry.. 13 August 1927.. 643.. TCD MS 8009/36.. Place of Publication: Paris.. 1931–;1932.. Translation of The Dead Angel.. By Raphael Alberti.. May-June-July 1931.. 109.. Translation of Punishments.. 109-10.. Translation of The False Angel.. 110-11.. Review of The Flowering Stone.. By George Dillon.. April 1932.. 93-94.. TCD MS 8009/20.. Review of Le Sang de'un Poete.. Directed by Jean Cocteau.. 93-95.. TCD MS 8001/12.. Review of How to Read.. By Ezra Pound.. April 1932.. 45-48.. 1931–;1957.. Review of Unrecorded Histories.. By Charles Ricketts.. 13 January 1934.. TCD MS 8015/36.. Review of Modern States Series: Italy.. Sencourt.. 26 November 1938.. 890.. (TCD MS 8015/51.. Review of In the Steps of St.. Francis.. By Ernest Raymond.. 14 January 1939.. 68.. TCD MS 8015/52(Annot).. Review of Héloïse: A Biography.. By Enid McLeod.. 21 January 1939.. 102.. TCD MS 8015/53; 8009/9.. Review of Ruskin the Painter.. Howard Whitehouse.. 25 February 1939.. 302.. TCD MS 8015/55; 8009/6.. 1791—.. The Pictures Napoleon Brought Back.. [letter to the editor] 9 June 1935.. Italian Art Problems.. [letter to the editor] 13 October 1935.. TCD MS 8015/44.. Partition.. A review of Bedfellows.. by George Shiels.. 15 January 1921.. p30.. TCD MS 8011/1; 8064.. G.. A Paris Art Theatre.. M Capeau and Le Theatre de Vieux Colombier.. 5 Febuary 1921.. p70.. Continued 19 February 1921.. 90-91.. TCD MS 8011/2 (Annot).. The Legacy of Terence McSwiney.. Review of The Revolutionist.. by Terence McSwiney.. 26 March 1921.. p152.. TCD MS 8011/4(Annot).. Sir Hugh Lane and his Biographer.. Review of The Life of Sir Hugh Lane.. by Lady Gregory.. 23 April 1921.. p200.. Where it Listeth.. for M.. 7 May 1921.. p226.. TCD MS 8064; 8055/4/1-3.. The Universities and Art.. 2 July 1921.. p320.. Our National Gallery: A Layman's Ideas.. In five parts: Part 1: 16 July 1921.. p344-45.. TCD MS 8011/6-8 (Annot).. Part II: 23 July 1921.. p354-55.. TCD MS 8011/9-10(Annot).. Part III: 13 August 1921.. p392.. TCD MS 8011/11-12(Annot).. Part IV: 20 August 1921.. p404.. TCD MS 8011/13-14 (Annot).. Part V: 10 September 1921.. p440-41.. TCD MS 8011/15-18 (Annot).. Art and Nationality: The Example of Holland.. Paraphrased from Fromentin's Les Maitres d'Autrefois.. In two parts.. Part I: 8 October 1921.. p487-88.. TCD MS 8011/19 (Annot).. Part II: 15 October 1921.. p499.. TCD MS 8011/20(Annot).. Reviews.. Review of The King's Threshold.. by WB Yeats, and The Saloon.. by Henry James.. 26 November 1921.. p570-71.. TCD MS 8011/21-22(Annot).. A Literary Gent.. Review of Aftermath.. by T.. Murray.. 21 January 1922.. p105.. TCD MS 8011/23 (Annot).. Aftermath: Mr Lennox Robinson's New Play.. Review of The Round Table.. by Lennox Robinson.. 11 February 1922.. p150-51.. TCD MS 8011/24-5(Annot).. Art and Morality: The Drama League's Excursion to America.. Review of Diff'rent.. by Eugene O'Neill.. 1 April 1922.. p270.. TCD MS 8011/26(Annot).. 1875–;1958.. Should These Monuments be Removed? The Case for Them and the Case Against.. 19 November 1955.. TCD MS 8015/46.. Editions d'art et industrie.. 1956–1959.. L'Art Contemporain en Irlande.. December 1958.. 29-32.. TCD MS 8015/147.. WAAMA (Writers, Actors, Artists, Musicians Association).. Art in the Mart.. Christmas 1943.. 27.. TCD MS 8015/270.. Revue Anglo-Américaine.. Les Presses Universitaires de France.. 1923–;1936.. Mr WB Yeats as a Dramatist.. October 1929.. pp19-36.. TCD MS 8015/195-203; 8000/1.. The Irish Jesuits.. 1912—.. Developments in the Arts.. December 1951.. 475-78.. TCD MS 8015/208-9.. 1930–;1977.. Exhibitions: London.. 115, No.. 538.. January 1938.. 30-33.. Includes: Philip de László, Jacob Epstein.. 539.. February 1938.. 97-100.. Includes: The Decline of Portraiture; Degas.. Christopher Wood: An Appreciation.. 540.. March 1938.. 148-51.. 155-57.. Includes: Cézanne's water-colours; Wyndham Lewis.. Exhibition: London, Natural Painting verses Pseudo-Art.. 541.. April 1938.. 220-23.. Includes: Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers; Margaret Benecke; Charles Shannon.. Exhibition: London: French Sunday Painters.. 542.. May 1938.. 276-78.. Includes: Richard Sickert; Old London; Wassily Kandinsky; Hans Feibusch; English and French paintings; National Society; Morland Lewis; Francis Tailleux; John Copley and Ethel Gabain; Daryl Lindsay; Society of Wood-Engravers.. Pictures By the Masters: The National Gallery's Giorgionesque Panels.. 543.. June 1938.. 336.. Exhibitions: London, English Painting in Cross Section.. 339-42.. Includes short notices on: Oscar and Pinder; JM Hanson; Cedric Morris; Amadeo Modigliani; Stephen Bone; Neville Lytton; RWS Society's Galleries; Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours.. Pictures by the Masters: Marriage Chest Painted by an Unknown Florentine.. July 1938.. 42-43.. The London Season.. 59-65.. Includes short notices on: The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Mechanisms in Art; Roumanian National Exhibition; Contemporary Sculpture; Philip Connard; Jean Gabriel Doumergue; Desmond Harmsworth; Oskar Barblan.. Artists of Tomorrow: The Annual Exhibition of Students' Work at the Westminster School of Art.. 116, No.. 545.. August 1938.. Pictures by the Masters: Philip IV of Spain [by] Peter Paul Rubens.. McGreevy.. Exhibitions: American Art and Art Criticism.. 115-21.. Includes short notices on: Contemporary American Painting; August John; Paul Nash; John R Merton; other exhibitions.. Exhibitions: London — Rouault and the Middle Ages Spirit.. 546.. September 1938.. 167-70.. Includes short notices on: Society of Women Artists; United Society of Artists; Dublin Painters; Arthur Forbes Dalrymple; A.. Hartrick; Paul Delvaux; Pavel Tchelitchew; other exhibitions.. Pictures by the Masters: Les petits près au Printemps: Alfred Sisley (1840-1899).. 181, 197.. Exhibitions: The Comedy Spirit.. 547.. October 1938.. 216-18.. Includes short notices on: Students from the Royal College of Art; Edward Lear; British-born artists of the seventeenth century; Lucy Kemp-Welch; Edward Wolfe; Yves Tanguy; other exhibitions.. Pictures by the Masters: The Supper at Emmaus: Vermeer of Delft.. 548.. November 1938.. 256-57.. Exhibitions: Picasso's Guernica.. 310-14.. Also includes short notices on: This England; Sir William Rothenstein; Ethelbert White; Army Officers' Art Society; GH Sail; other exhibitions.. Pictures by the Masters: The Dipping Well [by] Morland.. 549.. December 1938.. 288-89.. Exhibitions: Representation or Imagination?.. 264-65.. This was written in response to book review By Kenelm Foss in The Observer in which MacGreevy makes the distinction between 'the pure or the abstract imagination'.. London: Commentary By Thomas McGreevy.. 117, No.. 550.. January 1939.. 33-35.. Includes short notices: Some Women Artists; Short Notices: Royal Institute of Oil Painters; Dora Gordine; Fine Art Society; Children's Collages; Old Masters; Adrian Bury; other exhibitions.. In the World's Art Centres: London, Commentary By Thomas McGreevy.. 551.. February 1939.. p78-79,87.. Includes a lengthy review of The London Group; Short Notices of: La Flèche d'Or; Beatrice Bland; R.. I.. Galleries; Small Pictures of To-Day; Great Masters of the 14-15th Century.. 552.. March 1939.. 126-28.. Short Notices on: South London Group; PH Padwick; John Armstrong; Allan Gwynne-Jones; Plato Chan; other exhibitions.. Ignacio Zuloaga: Painter of the 'Pittoresque'.. 112-13.. 553.. April 1939.. pp174-76.. Includes short notices on: Matthew Smith; Pictures for Collectors of Contemporary British Painting; Three Scottish Painters; Unprofessional Painters; GW Pailthorpe and R Mednikoff; John Nash; other exhibitions.. Nevinson.. 554.. May 1939.. 193-95.. 223-25.. Includes short notices on: Picasso; National Society; Mary Potter; Augus John, JD Innes, Derwent Lees; Ben Nicholson; Gilbert Spencer; Modern Masters; Eric O'Dea; Albert Marquet; Chiang Yee; Paraphrases; other exhibitions.. 555.. June 1939.. pp270-72.. Includes shorter notices on: Spring Exhibition; Ethel Walker; Georges Rouault; Arthur Szyk; Group Exhibition; Vincent Mulet; other exhibitions.. New Paintings by Dame Laura Knight.. 254-57.. 118, No.. 556.. July 1939.. Includes shorter notices on: Cézanne; Monet; Dunoyer de Segonzac; Elliott Seabrooke; Power O'Malley, other exhibitions.. 557.. August 1939.. 76-78.. Includes shorter notices on: Mark Gertler; Jacob Epstein; Latvian Art; Polish Art; Osterley Park; other exhibitions.. 18, No.. 558.. September 1939.. 125-27.. TCD MS 8015/260-269.. Includes shorter notices on: Entente Cordiale; Young English Painters; Grace Henry; Society of Women Artists; Celine Emilian; Doris Zinkeisen, other exhibitions.. Spanish Masterpieces: A selection based on the exhibition of paintings from the Prado at Geneva.. 90-107.. TCD MS 8015/260-69; 8005/9.. 559.. October 1939.. 176-78.. TCD MS 8005/8.. Includes reviews of various group shows.. 560.. November 1939.. pp218-19.. Commentary on the last season before the 1914 war; commentary on the 1939 season; other exhibitions.. 561.. December 1939.. 256-58.. Includes short notices on: British and French Art; R.. O.. Dunlop; Royal Institute of Oil Painters; other exhibitions.. 119, No.. 562.. January 1940.. 25-26.. Includes shorter notices on: East End Academy; New English Art Club; Contemporary Art Society and modern British Artists; other exhibitions.. 563.. February 1940.. 62-64.. Includes shorter notices on: The portrait painter's problem; Little pictures By contemporary artists; Susan Palmer; Vivien John; Fine Art society; other exhibitions.. 564.. March 1940.. 100-102.. Includes shorter notices on: United Artist's Exhibition; Masterpieces of Painting; Plato and Christina Chan; David Jones; G Drummond Fish; Malcolm Salaman.. William Coldstream: Draughtsman in Paint.. 94-95.. 565.. April 1940.. 145-47.. Includes shorter notices on: Artists International Association; Henry Cornell; Rodrigo Moynihan; The Pastel Society; Painters of Women and Women painters; other exhibitions.. 566.. May 1940.. 184-86.. Includes shorter notices on: Peter Jones; John Piper and Henry Lamb; Royal Institute Galleries; British shipping and naval engagements; Cedric Morris; Ethel Walker; Sickert; other exhibitions.. 567.. June 1940.. 214-16.. Includes shorter notices on: Old Masters; Montague Shearman Collection; Personality in Abstraction.. 120, No.. 568.. July 1940.. 22-24.. Includes shorter notices on: Oliver Hall; Early English water-colours and drawings; Graham Sutherland; Water Goetz; Sine Mackinnon.. The Royal Academy: 1940.. 2-7.. London: Commentary By Thomas MacGreevy.. 571.. October 1940.. 136-41.. TCD MS 8005/5-6.. Includes shorter notices on: Art produced during the war; Derain; Rouault; Surrealist Group in England; Contemporary Art at Hertford House; Young talents.. 573.. December 1940.. 202-203.. TCD MS 8005/7.. Includes shorter notices on: Michaelangelo; Art in Bombardment; The Artists' International Society.. Eric Gill: An Appreciation.. 121, No.. 574.. January 1941.. 2-9.. 26-27.. Includes shorter notices on: Art during the war: Commentary on exhibitions mounted in various galleries.. Art in Britain and America, London.. 212, No.. 575.. February 1941.. 59.. Includes commentary on art since the Blitzkrieg began; Meditation on war from a historical point of view.. Independent Newspapers.. 1924—.. Ways to Approach the French Exhibit.. 11 May 1947.. Brilliant Yeats Exhibit.. 5 October 1947.. TCD 8015/136.. Has Become A Master in Her Own Right: Evie Hone Exhibition.. 19 October 1947 p.. TCD 8015/137.. 1822—.. Review of The Tragedy of King Lear.. by James H Bramsom.. 15 April 1934.. TCD MS 8015/37.. Review of The Influence of Flaubert on George Moore.. by Walter D Ferguson.. 17 June 1934.. 13.. TCD MS 8015/39; TCD MS 8009/2.. Review of Rousseau and the Modern State.. by Alfred Cobban.. 9 September 1934.. TCD MS 8015/40.. Review of Ah Wilderness!.. and Days Without End.. by Eugene O'Neil 20 January 1935.. Valazquez and Bassano.. [letter to the editor] 19 September 1937 p.. TCD MS 8015/50.. Trinity College Dublin.. 1895–;1979.. Encounter.. 2 Dec 1920 p.. 48-49.. TCD MS 8055/6.. Octavius Ramsden.. The Beecham Orchestral Concert.. 26 Feb 1920.. 75.. Letter to the Editor of TCD: A College Miscellany.. 20 May 1920.. 125.. TCD MS 8015/2.. Minor Ninth.. Letter regarding a review of a concert including work by Scriabin.. 27 May 1920.. 135-36.. TCD MS 8015/3.. Letter regarding the formation of the Irish Musical League.. 1920–;1966.. Review of The Fires of Beltane.. By Geraldine Cummins.. 12 September 1936.. 1260.. The Times.. 1902—.. Review of The Bright Islands.. By Padraic Colum.. 18 March 1926.. 208.. TCD MS 8015/20; TLS/SB/CMC.. Review of The Cattledrive in Connaught and Other Poems.. By Austin Clarke.. 8 April 1926.. 260.. (TCD MS 8015/21; TLS/SB/CMC).. Review of Dance Drama: Experiments in the Art of the Theatre.. By Terence Gray.. 265-66.. TCD MS 8009/25; 8015/22; TLS/SB/CMC.. Review of Louis Barye By Charles Saunier.. Translated by Wilfrid S Jackson.. 265.. TCD MS 8009/27; TLS/CMC.. Review of Saint Anthony of Padua According to His Contemporaries.. By Ernest Gilliat-Smith.. 8 July 1926.. 462.. TLS/CMC.. Review of Corot By Mark LaFargue.. Translated by Lindsay Wellington.. 15 July 1926.. 481.. Review of Hours in the Wallace Collection.. 19 August 1926.. TCD MS8015/23; TLS/CMC.. Review of Thomas Becket.. By William Holden Hutton.. 16 September 1926.. 607.. TCD MS 8015/27; 8009/32; TLS/CMC.. Review of Saint Francis: An Historical Drama.. By Father Cuthbert.. 30 September 1926.. 656.. TCD MS 8009/31; TLS/CMC.. Review of The Life of Benvenuto Cellini.. 11 November 1926.. 798-89.. TCD MS 8015/24-5; 8009/26; TLS/CMC.. Review of The Dublin Review Vol CLXXIX No 239.. 802.. Review of Rodin.. By Léonce Bénédit.. Translated by Wilfrid Jackson.. 2 December 1926.. 889.. TCD MS 8015/26; 8009/24; TLS/SB/CMC.. Review of Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review.. Vol XV.. 60.. December 1926.. 20 January 1927.. 46.. TCD MS 8015/28; TLS/SB/CMC.. [letter to the editor] 25 January 1941.. 43,45.. 1927–;1938.. A Note on Work In Progress.. Fall 1928.. 216-19.. This article was republished in Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress.. School of.. Easter Saturday Night.. November 1929.. p114.. Reprinted as Crón Trath na nDéithe.. Gloria de Carlos V.. 119.. For an Irish Book, 1929.. Homage to James Joyce: James Joyce at the Half Century.. No.. March 1932.. 254-55.. Elsa.. Reprinted as Gioconda.. Treason of St Laurence O'Toole.. 178-79.. Reprinted as Homage to Hieronymus Bosch.. Irish University Press.. 1954–;1967.. Artistic Relations Between France and Ireland.. II.. 3-7.. Previously read at the Twelfth International Congress on the History of Art at the Sorbonne.. WB Yeats: A Generation Later.. III.. 3-14.. TCD MS 8000/4; 8000/4a,b.. Brazeau, Peter.. 'The Irish Connection: Wallace Stevens and Thomas McGreevy'.. The Southern Review.. 17, No.. Summer 1981.. 533-541.. Coolihan, John.. 'Thomas MacGreevy: The Man and His Work'.. The Listowel Literary Phenomenon.. Connemara: Cló lar-Chonnachta, 1994.. 60-82.. Cronin, Anthony.. 'Modernism not Triumphant'.. Heritage Now: Irish Literature in the English Language.. Dingle: Brandon Books, 1982.. 166-160.. Davis, Alex.. 'Irish Poetic Modernisms: A Reappraisal'.. Critical Survey.. 8, No.. 1996.. 186-197.. Dawe, Gerald.. 'The Rest is Silence: MacGreevy, Devlin Coffey'.. False Faces: Poetry, Politics Place.. Dublin: Langan Press, 1994.. 23-33.. Dawson, Hugh J.. 'Thomas MacGreevy and Joyce'.. James Joyce Quarterly.. 25, No.. Spring 1988.. pp305-321.. Egan, Joan Mary.. 'Thomas McGreevy and Wallace Stevens: A Correspondence'.. The Wallace Stevens Journal.. Fall 1994.. 123-145.. Jenkins, Lee.. 'Thomas McGreevy and the Pressure of Reality'.. 157-169.. 'Minor Poet among the Major Players?'.. The Irish Review.. Spring/Summer 1996.. 113-120.. Kennedy, Seán.. ''The Artist Who Stakes His Being Is from Nowhere': Beckett and Thomas MacGreevy on the Art of Jack B.. Yeats'.. Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui.. 2004.. 61-74.. 'Beckett Reviewing MacGreevy: A Reconsideration'.. The Irish University Review.. September 2005.. 273-288.. Lloyd, David.. 'Republics of Difference: Yeats, MacGreevy, Beckett'.. Field Day Review.. 2005.. 42–66.. Mays, JCC.. 'How is MacGreevy a Modernist?'.. Modernism and Ireland: The Poetry of the 1930s.. Edited by Patricia Coughlan and Alec Davis.. Cork: Cork University Press, 1995.. 103-128.. 'MacGreevy's Tarbert Poem' Unpublished lecture given at The First Annual Thomas MacGreevy Weekend Seminar.. 29-30 October 1999.. Tarbert, Co, Kerry.. Ó Murchadha, Domhnall.. 'Remembering Thomas MacGreevy'.. The Irish Times.. 5 May 1983.. Purser, John.. ' Voices of the Past: Jack Yeats and Thomas MacGreevy in Conversation'.. Yeats Annual.. 1995.. 87-104.. Schreibman, Susan.. 'A Brief View of the Poems of Thomas MacGreevy'.. 75 No.. 299.. Autumn 1986.. 328-33.. Mhac an tSaoi, Máire and Susan Schreibman.. 'Máire Mhac an tSaoi and Susan Schreibman on Thomas MacGreevy'.. Poetry Ireland.. 32.. Summer 1991.. 73-83.. 'The Penman and His Bleaters'.. In Principle, Beckett is Joyce.. Edited by Friedhelm Rathjen.. Edinburgh: Split Pea Press, 1994.. 1-19.. 'Thomas MacGreevy, An Irishman; Richard Aldington, An Englishman'.. Richard Aldington: Essays in Honour of the Centenary of his Birth.. Edited by A Blayac and C Zilboorg.. Montpellier: Université Paul Valéry, 1994.. 113-27.. 'The Unpublished Poems of Thomas MacGreevy; An Exploration'.. Edited by Patricia Coughlan and Alec Davis Cork: Cork University Press, 1995.. 129-49.. ''When we come back from first death' Thomas MacGreevy and the Great War'.. Stand To.. 42.. January 1995.. 15-18.. ''Writer of the Month'.. Originally published at [http://www.. local.. ie/content/741.. shtml], but no longer available.. Smith, Stan.. 'From a Great Distance: Thomas MacGreevy's Frames of Reference'.. The Lace Curtain.. Autumn 1978.. 47-55.. Reviews of.. New Writers' Press.. 1971.. Brian Coffey.. 'Thomas MacGreevy: A Singularly Perfect Poet '.. Hibernia Review of Books.. 4 February 1972.. Monk Gibbon.. ' Single Words, Staccato Phrases'.. 9 October 1971.. Michael Hartnett.. 'Not a Total Poet'.. 20 November 1971.. John Jordan.. 'Collector's Poet'.. 13 November 1971.. Place of Publication: DublinWashington DC.. Anna Livia Press.. Catholic University of America Press.. 1991.. Mary Campbell.. 'Overshadowings'.. Books Ireland.. October 1991.. 202.. Gerald Dawe.. 'The Rest is Silence'.. 8 June 1991.. Peter Denman.. 'Silence Not Unusual'.. Winter 1991.. 113-115.. Augustine Martin.. 'MacGreevy in the Best Modern Way'.. Irish Literary Supplement.. 10, No.. Fall 1991..

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    Descriptive info: Documentation for encoding texts in.. I: Downloads.. II: Encoding the Text.. Part 1: Pre-Encoding Instructions.. Part 2: Encoding the Header.. Header encoding in letters.. Header encoding in articles.. Part 3: Encoding the Body.. Structural units of the text in letters.. Structural units of the text in articles.. Part 4: Regularization and Content Encoding of All Texts.. Part 5: Final Encoding.. Final header encoding.. Viewing in a browser.. Appendix A: Installing jEdit.. Appendix B: Directions for Writing Notes for the Thomas MacGreevy Archive.. Biographical notes.. Contextual notes.. MacGreevy Encoding Folder.. This folder (right click on the link above and choose 'Save Link As') is the environment you'll work in when encoding documents for the Thomas MacGreevy Archive.. It includes:.. The MacGreevy.. DTD.. macgX.. dtd.. , along with two accompanying entity fifles,.. ent.. macgXent.. , are stored in the 'dtd' folder.. MacGreevy XML Templates.. are used to encode new texts.. The template includes header information that will be constant across all documents, and indicates where information should be filled in which differs from text to text.. Templates are located in the 'documents' folder.. To begin a new document open.. template.. xml.. (for articles) or.. letterTemplate.. (for letters).. Save the template using the name assigned to the document you are encoding (document names are located on the hard copy).. The.. XSLT.. file.. resides in the 'stylesheets' folder.. XSLT is used to tranform the XML /.. TEI.. document to.. HTML.. for display in a web browser.. Example documents.. are saved in the 'examples' folder for reference.. jEdit.. is an open source free text editor which is suited to XML encoding.. jEdit parses or checks the text you are encoding against a DTD, which helps to prevent encoding mistakes.. After downloading jEdit, follow the.. instructions for installing jEdit.. to set up the editor before beginning to encode.. Before you start you'll need:.. a photocopy of the original text (please do not mark).. a hard copy of the electronic version of the text.. a copy of the electronic version of the text.. On the printout of the electronic text:.. Note exactly where page breaks occur;.. Proof the text again: Compare the hard copy of the digitized text against the photocopy of the original and note any changes on the printout.. Make any changes you noted to the electronic edition in jEdit.. When you're ready to encode the text:.. Open the text in jEdit.. Open Template.. xml for articles or letterTemplate.. xml for letters in jEdit.. NOTE:.. ignore any error messages at this point.. Save a copy of the template file under a new name so you don't alter the original template file by mistake.. All letters should be named in the same format:.. First, use the prefix "let" for letter.. This is followed by a period.. Next, designate the author of the letter: "mac.. " for MacGreevy and "yeats.. " for Yeats.. Place this directly after "let.. Render the date the letter was written in a yyyy-mm-dd format.. For example, a letter dated 15 March 1926 would be "1926-03-15.. Finally, add the file extension ".. xml".. If the date is unknown use the circa date listed in the file.. For example, a letter from Yeats circa 15 March 1926 would be named: let.. yeats.. 1926-03-15.. Filenames for articles also follow a naming convention.. Names should have no more than eight letters/numbers.. The first three letters indicate the type of document that is being encoded:.. articles:.. art.. letters:.. let.. poems:.. pms.. non-fiction prose:.. nfp.. fiction prose:.. fip.. monographs:.. mon.. official documents:.. ofd.. interview:.. int.. The second three letters indicate the name of the journal or text, for example:.. :.. fmr.. Capuchin Annual.. cpa.. The third part of the name is numerical and contains the number of the article in the series, or the version of a poem being encoded, etc.. For example, the fourth article from the.. would be.. irt.. 0004.. Part 2: Encoding the header.. Within the.. teiHeader.. , look for any text that ends with double question marks (??).. This must be replaced with text unique to this document instance.. In particular, you will need to enter text within the following tags:.. The first instance of (??) occurs in the DOCTYPE declaration in the ENTITY reference created for images of the pages of the text.. (If there are no images associated with the text, delete the ENTITY reference and move on to the next step.. ).. Later on, in the body of the text,.. figure.. tags will be used to create links to images (this portion of the encoding is discussed in the sections on figures in the.. head.. and the.. p.. tag).. However, before encoding the links in the text references to the images must be added to the DOCTYPE declaration.. The template contains the beginnings of one such declaration, which you can create as follows:.. Within the DOCTYPE declaration locate the following ENTITY reference:.. !ENTITY ?? SYSTEM "??" NDATA JPEG.. The first set of question marks should be replaced with the alphanumeric string you want to use in the.. tags later on.. This will be like a nickname for the image.. For example, if you wanted to call the first image "image1" your ENTITY declaration would read:.. !ENTITY image1 SYSTEM "??" NDATA JPEG.. Next, replace the other set of question marks with the actual filename of the jpeg image file.. Be sure to include the.. jpg file extension and do this within the quotation marks.. So if your file was named "m1.. jpg" your ENTITY declaration should now read:.. !ENTITY image1 SYSTEM "m1.. jpg" NDATA JPEG.. You will repeat these steps adding separate entity declarations for each image you add to the document.. Be sure to keep subsequent declarations before the closing square bracket and angle bracket (i.. e.. ,.. ].. ).. You have now finished the ENTITY reference in the DOCTYPE declaration.. You will need to use these references to create links to the images in the document when you are encoding the body of the text.. tei2.. : in the attribute field.. id.. add the id number of the text, which is the file name minus the.. For example the file.. mac.. 1925-12-03.. would be:.. title.. : enter the names of the author and recipient and the date in the empty spaces in the title.. All titles will follow the format of this example:.. title type="main" Letter from persName reg="George Yeats" type="sender" George Yeats /persName to persName reg="Thomas MacGreevy" type="recipient" Thomas MacGreevy /persName.. 15 March 1926 /title.. title type="version" A Machine-Readable Version /title author George Yeats /author.. Be sure to add the regularized form of the names in the.. reg.. attribute of the.. persName.. tags of the.. as well.. respStmt.. : in the.. name.. tag following the.. resp.. tag that states:.. Creation of machine readable text by:.. enter:.. if the letter is authored by McGreevy or.. if the letter is authored by George Yeats.. Enter your name in the.. tag of the third.. statement which says.. Header creation and markup by:.. date.. : on the day you finish markup, enter that day's date.. Inside the tag write out the date, day first, then month, then year.. In the.. value.. attribute write the date in the.. yyyy-mm-dd.. format:.. publicationStmt date value="2001-10-08" 8 October 2001 /date.. extent.. : this will be completed as the very last step.. See.. part 5: Final Encoding.. for more information.. idno.. : enter the ID Number of the document which is the same as the full file name with the file-type extension, for example:.. 1932-04-16.. note.. : place the abstract for the letter here.. type.. attribute of this should already have the value of "abstract.. ".. [Remember that later on when you regularize and encode the content of the document you will have to return to the abstract to add this encoding as well.. ].. Make sure that entity references are encoded so that they can be viewed in all browsers.. The format for all entity references is " #xxxx;" with the "x"s representing the numerical code (i.. " #0233;" for "é").. If you are using a PC you can open up the Character Map program on your computer (found under "All Programs/Accessories/System Tools" in the Windows Start menu) to find these codes.. The proper code is found on the bottom right corner after the label "Keystroke:" You can eliminate at ALT or + signs and use only the 4-digit code.. If you are using a Macintosh or don't have the character map program, you can find character codes at.. http://www.. ramsch.. org/martin/uni/fmi-hp/iso8859-1.. html.. The codes are written in the third column.. Em and en dashes create a special difficulty.. For these characters use the UTF-8 codes: " #8212; for an EM dash " " [used to denote a break in the flow of the sentence; used most often] and #8211; for an EN dash " " [used to introduce a range or list; used infrequently].. Encode all of the following in.. bibl.. inside.. sourceDesc.. The template file contains the following text:.. title Letter from AUTHOR?? to RECIPIENT?? /title.. date value="1964-07-18??" DATE?? /date.. author AUTHOR??/author.. orgName type="archive" LIBRARY HOLDING ORIGINAL COPY?? /orgName.. DESCRIBE THE WRITING HERE??.. num type="ms" MANUSCRIPT NUMBER?? /num.. /bibl.. : Delete the words "AUTHOR??" and "RECIPIENT??" and replace with the proper names.. So, for example, a letter from Yeats to MacGreevy should look like this:.. title Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy /title.. : Enter date in the.. dd Month yyyy.. format, and the value of the date in the.. date value="1928-03-15" 15 March 1928 /date.. author.. : The author of the letter should be placed here again:.. author George Yeats /author.. orgName.. : fill in the name of the institution holding the original copies.. For MacGreevy's letters this is "National Library of Ireland.. " For Yeats's letters this is "Trinity College, Dublin" Be sure to use these regularized forms.. orgName type="archive" Trinity College, Dublin /orgName.. After.. , but before.. num.. , enter a description of how the letter was created.. Choose from the following:.. Autograph letter signed.. Autograph letter unsigned.. Typewritten letter signed.. Typewritten letter with autograph annotations signed.. Typewritten letter unsigned.. Typewritten letter with autograph annotations unsigned.. : Write the original manuscript number in this field.. All TCD manuscripts begin with "TCD MS 8104/" and are immediately followed by the document number.. [Note that in the typed versions of these letters, the manuscript numbers appear as "TCD8104/.. xx.. " In the.. xml version we are adding the "MS" as well as spaces after "TCD" and "MS".. All National Library manuscripts use "NLI MS 30,859" and have no document number.. Document numbers for the Yeats letters are circled in the upper right-hand corner of the microfilm copies.. This number should be placed directly after the "/".. So for the example that we have been using, this element would look like:.. num type="ms" TCD MS 8104/57 /num.. item.. keywords.. : leave this element empty at the moment.. These keywords will be added by project editors.. Finally, make sure you have not missed anything.. Search for ?? (in jEdit you can open the search dialog box by pressing ctrl+f) and make any changes you missed.. Be sure to save the file!.. section, look for any text that ends with double question marks (??).. These must be replaced with text unique to this document instance.. add the filename of the text, minus the ".. " For example,.. rev.. it.. 023.. : If the text is NOT a book review enter the title in the very first pair of.. tags.. No matter how the title appears in the text typographically, type it in contemporary format,.. i.. articles, prepositions and conjunctions in lower case, nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.. in upper case.. Do not include any full stops in the title (but do include question and exclamation marks).. If the title IS a book review, please use the following format:.. title type="main" Review of title rend="italic" level="M" El Artista Adolescente /title /title.. title type="version" by persName reg="James Joyce" James Joyce /persName /title.. : enter your name in the.. element of the third.. tag:.. resp Header creation and markup by:.. name YOUR NAME HERE?? /name /resp.. as you will be creating the header and encoding this text.. : on the day you finish markup, enter the date in the.. dd-Month-yyyy.. format.. Be sure to encode the value of that date in the.. format in the.. attribute as well.. So if you finished encoding on December 10, 2004, it would look like:.. date value="2004-12-10" 10 December 2004 /date.. : enter the filename of the document which is the same as the full file name with the file-type extension, for example:.. fmr.. 003.. all fields in.. biblStruct.. :.. : This element appears twice in.. In the first place enter the title of the article, in the second enter the title of the periodical where the article was published.. : the date the article was originally published in.. dd-mm-yyyy.. form.. Again remember to encode the.. attribute with the date in.. biblScope.. : the page or range of pages in the periodical where the article originally appeared.. : The following are keywords used in the.. elements of the.. keyword.. list in the.. textclass.. section of the TEI Header by subject, date and nationality:.. By subject:.. Film.. Folklore.. Politics.. Theatre.. By nationality:.. American.. Dutch.. English.. French.. German.. Irish.. Italian.. Scottish.. Spanish.. Swiss.. By date:.. 1100-1199.. 1300-1399.. By text class:.. Article.. Book.. ArtReview.. BookReview.. Criticism.. DanceReview.. FilmReview.. MusicReview.. Letter-to-the-Editor.. Obituary.. Interview.. TheatreReview.. Assign one keyword from each of these categories to separate.. elements.. The template already includes.. tags with the proper.. attributes to delineate each  ...   it is unclear from the text if the quote is spoken or from a text, do not encode.. When encoding this text, do not put quote marks within the element.. If the quote was indented in the original text, then encode it as.. quote rend="block".. Titles.. : Any titles of creative works such as paintings, sculptures, journals, books, music, or operas, should be put within a.. If titles of texts were originally in quote marks, for example, "The Irish Statesman," retain the quote marks on the digital copy as in the original, but keep the quotations marks outside the.. " title The Irish Statesman /title ".. If in the original text the title is emphasised in some way such as italics, bold, all caps, etc.. you should also indicate this in your markup via the.. If the text is a published text, and falls into the category of literature, fiction, poetry, articles, short stories, journals, etc.. , decide if it is one of the following:.. a journal (indicated by the attribute "j").. a serial (indicated by the attribute "s").. a monograph (any book-length work) indicated by "m".. an article, poem, short story or any smaller unit of a book-length work (indicated by "a").. an unpublished text (indicated by "u").. These should be encoded using the level attribute, for example:.. title level="j" The New Review /title.. Titles of other types of creative work, such as paintings, sculpture, musical compositions, etc, do not take a level attribute.. If a title of a text is given by a shortened name, for example,.. The Annual.. for.. , encode it as follows:.. title type="uniform" The Capuchin Annual /title title type="given" The Annual /title.. This is somewhat unusual encoding from the other examples.. In this case, you must actually add text into the article you are encoding.. But don't worry, when we display the files we will "turn off" all the elements.. title type="uniform".. so the user will only see the text which appears within the.. title type="given".. But the software will be able to search on the full title.. : Indicating a foreign word or phrase requires a few steps.. Go back to the.. , look for the.. langUsage.. tag within the.. profileDesc.. Add another tag after the one indicating that English is being used.. Type the name of the language within the new.. Add the proper ISO639 language code to the.. attribute of the new tag.. Search for ISO639 on the web, or just go to.. ics.. uci.. edu/pub/ietf/http/related/iso639.. txt.. to find these codes.. Note that all language ID's MUST be in lowercase.. When you're done, the.. section should look something like this:.. language id="en" English /language.. langUsage id="it" Italian /language.. /langUsage.. Within the body of the text, enclose the foreign word or phrase within the.. Add a value to the.. lang.. When finished, your tag should look something like this:.. foreign lang="it" il danno e la vergogna /foreign.. : If there are any typos in the original text, they must be retained in the electronic edition.. To indicate this, use the.. sic.. tag, under the.. corr.. attribute, put the correct spelling, punctuation, etc.. After you encode the.. tag, delete the text.. [Sic].. from the text itself if it appears.. For example,.. There was a sic corr="time" timt /sic.. : If text is highlighted simply because it is emphasised, such as:.. He was.. really.. sick that day.. Encode it as follows:.. He was emph rend="italic" really /emph sick that day.. : If for some reason text is highlighted, but you can't figure out why, encode it within a.. hi.. element and choose the appropriate value for the.. This tag is usually only used to indicate house styles, such as the opening sentence from the following article:.. hi rend="case(smallcaps)" Forty /hi years ago, the name of placeName Dublin /placeName.. tag is used to indicate any citation or footnote information included in the original text.. Insert the.. tag directly into the body of the text where the note (or its superscript number) appears.. When typing the citation into the.. tag, use whatever citation format that is utilized in the original document, being sure to tag such proper names as personal names, titles, publisher, and place of publication.. On MacGreevy's only visit to America in 1954, Stevens presented him with an inscribed copy of The Auroras of Autumn, a collection which included the 1948 poem he had written in honor of his Irish friend, "Our Stars Come from Ireland.. " note n="6" place="end" See Letters of Wallace Stevens (New York: Knopf, 1966).. /note.. Use the attribute.. (number) to indicate the numbering system in the original article.. place.. to indicate where the note originally appeared.. Legal values for.. are:.. foot.. note appears at foot of page.. end.. note appears at end of chapter or volume.. Inline notes (such as citations that appear in parentheses within the body of the text) should be put in a.. Any parentheses should be kept outside of the.. For example the text:.. Must be content.. To cry to myself.. 'Thalassa!' (Ten Thousand Leaping Swords; CP 29).. would be encoded as.. l Must be content /l.. l To cry to myself /l.. l ' placeName rend="italic" Thalassa /placeName !' /l.. ( bibl.. title level="A" rend="italic" Ten Thousand Leaping Swords /title ;.. title type="uniform" Collected Poems of persName reg="Thomas MacGreevy" Thomas MacGreevy /persName /title.. title level="M" rend="italic" type="given" CP /title 29.. /bibl ).. For more information on writing original notes for articles or letters, see.. Directions for Writing Notes in the Thomas MacGreevy Archive.. abbr.. tag is used to specify any term in the text that appears in an abbreviated form (except for personal or organizational names).. expan.. attribute to write out the expanded or full form of the abbreviated term.. abbr expan="watermark" wm /abbr.. Abbreviations that include a superscript character should include the word "superscript" in the.. "113.. r.. ".. should be displayed as.. 113 abbr expan="recto" rend="superscript" r /abbr.. add.. del.. tags are most often when encoding manuscripts.. is used when the author adds texts to the original document,.. is used when the author deletes text.. attribute is used to record where the addition is made:.. inline.. addition is made within the line of text.. "The night came sulkily down.. would be encoded as:.. The night add place="inline" came /add sulkily down.. supralinear.. addition is made above the line.. And.. Then.. night pressed.. add place="supralinear" And /add del rend="overstrike" Then /del night pressed.. intralinear.. addition is made below the line.. For Example:.. Octavius.. R.. del rend="overstrike" persName Octavius /persName /del.. add place="intralinear" persName R.. /persName /add.. left.. addition is made in left margin of page.. When.. You and I were there.. add place="left" When /add You and I were there.. Other values include:.. right.. addition is made in right margin of page.. top.. addition is made in top margin of page.. bottom.. addition is made in bottom margin of page.. opposite.. addition is made on opposite (facing) page.. verso.. addition is made on verso (opposite side) of sheet.. mixed.. addition is made somewhere, one or more of the other values.. tag is used to indicate text that has been deleted or struck out from a manuscript or typescript.. Placement of the deleted text should be indicated in the.. attribute with values such as:.. subpunction.. (dots below the line indicate matter to be deleted).. Ex.. close.. overstrike.. (lines through the text indicated matter to be deleted).. :.. erasure.. (material to be deleted has been erased, but remains legible enough to transcribe).. bracketed.. (brackets around the material indicate that it is spurious or superfluous).. : [close].. Sometimes there will be instances in which text has been added and then deleted.. Since the.. tag has no.. attribute, you should nest the.. tag in the.. tag and enter the appropriate.. attribute in the.. add place="left" del rend="overstrike" When /del /add you and I were there.. Final Header Encoding.. After you save your document for the last time, find the document icon using Windows Explorer.. Using your mouse, right click on the file and select Properties from the menu that pops up.. Note the value given for the size attribute.. Go back into the.. xml document and under.. in the header, put the size of the file in kb, i.. , 5 kb.. Viewing in a Browser.. Open the document with a browser like Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer and check to see how your encoding is displayed.. Be especially careful not to have any run-on encoding, such as.. Forty years ago, the name ofDublin.. TThis occurs when you forget to leave space between a tag and text.. Before you begin encoding your text, you'll need to install and set up JEdit:.. First you must check that you have Java Runtime Evironment on your system.. jEdit will not run unless you have this program.. In the "Start" menu, choose "All Programs" and look for the program.. If you do not have it you can download it at.. http://java.. sun.. com/javase/downloads/index.. jsp.. The "latest stable version" of jEdit can be downloaded for free from.. jedit.. org/index.. php?page=download.. Select "Windows-based installer" and any download location.. Then when your system's pop-up window opens choose "open" and your system will take you through the installation procedure.. Once jEdit is installed, you will need to install plugins (additional software that adds functionality to jEdit) to parse the XML documents.. To install plugins:.. Select "Plugins" from the jEdit menu in the toolbar.. Select "Plugin Manager" from the drop-down box.. Select "Install Plugins.. " In the open window, be certain "Install in user plugin directory" is selected and select the following plugins:.. File Management.. Buffer Tabs.. HTML and XML.. select all options.. Project Management.. JDiff.. Support.. CommonControls.. ErrorList.. Sidekick.. Text.. SpellCheck.. TextTools.. Visual.. Docker.. Select "Install.. After installation, jEdit must be restarted for the plugins to function.. Once you have downloaded your plugins, you will need to "dock" them.. Docking your plugins allows you to keep open on your screen the different utilities you have "plugged in" to jEdit.. The following instructions will allow you to dock the plugins that will be most useful to text encoding:.. From the Utilities menu select Global Options.. In the opened window, choose "docking" from the menu to the left.. On the left side of the new window, select Structure Browser and select "left" from the pull down menu that has the default category "floating.. " Dock "XMLInsert" on the "right.. " We also want to dock the Error List on the "bottom" (these settings can be changed if you have other preferences).. Open the newly docked plugins (XMLInsert and the Error List) by clicking on the name of the plugin in the side or bottom gutter of your main window.. To close them, click on the corresponding "X".. To be certain that jEdit is parsing your document choose Plugins from the menu, then Sidekick from the drop-down menu, and finally check Parse on Keystroke.. Later, when you have parsing errors (and we all have errors some time) these errors will appear in the ErrorList at the bottom of the screen.. jEdit is now set up and you’re ready to start encoding.. There are two different types of notes in the.. Thomas MacGreevy Archive.. , those that convey biographical information about a person and those that apply to the context of a specific article or letter.. Each of these notes require a slightly different writing style and must be integrated with the text in different ways.. Biographical Notes.. These are notes about a person's life that do not have anything to do with the context of the specific article or letter where they are mentioned.. The information contained in the note may be pertinent to events that occurred before or after the immediate context of the letter.. As much as possible they should adhere to the following format:.. Name.. (date of birth - date of death), Nationality occupation.. So as an example, the entry for Lennox Robinson would be:.. Lennox Robinson.. (1886-1958), Irish playwright, producer, manager of the Abbey Theatre.. Also known as Tinche and Lynx.. In 1897, after seeing an Abbey production at the Cork Opera House, Robinson began to write plays.. In 1909 Robinson was appointed producer of plays and manager of the Abbey by WB Yeats and Lady Gregory.. In 1915 Robinson was hired by the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust to act as part-time Organising Librarian for Newcastle West and Rathkeale.. Robinson met MacGreevy in 1919, and the following year, when he was hired as Secretary to the newly-established Irish Advisory Committee of the CUKT, recommended MacGreevy to the Committee as Assistant Secretary.. On 8 September 1930, Robinson married Dolly Travers Smith.. These biographical notes will be separate from the particular text and will apply across all the texts in the Archive.. Therefore, if a note contains biographical particulars that are really only pertinent to the context of the letter (such as "Robinson wrote The Big House which was performed on January 15, 1925, attended by George Yeats.. "), those particulars should go into a context note.. Biographical notes should be placed in the "Note" field of the standard entry in the.. database.. Directions for writing a new entry for Who's Who can be found in the Regularization Guide.. Contextual Notes.. Context notes are more particularly related to the immediate text.. There is no particular format for these notes as they will contain various types of information.. These notes will be embedded within the text in.. tags (see encoding documentation section on.. Context note tags must have the attribute value.. type="context".. to be properly displayed..

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  • Title: The Correspondence of George Yeats and Thomas MacGreevy
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  • Title: The Correspondence of Ernie O'Malley and Thomas MacGreevy
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