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Eamon Grennan papers, 1943-2010.

Author: Eamon Grennan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of the personal and literary papers of Eamon Grennan from 1961-2010. The papers include a small amount of correspondence and personal papers; writings by Grennan; writings by others; diaries; printed material; and photographs. Correspondence is limited, but includes editorial correspondence, letters from colleagues and other writers including Peter Fallon and Ann Roesnes, and personal  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Poems
Named Person: Rachel Kitzinger; Peter Fallon; L S Asekoff; Seamus Heaney; Tom Mac Intyre; Desmond O'Grady
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Eamon Grennan
OCLC Number: 646521264
Language Note: Materials entirely in English.
Description: 38.75 linear ft. (82 boxes, 1 oversized paper (OP) and 3 bound volumes (BV))

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The collection consists of the personal and literary papers of Eamon Grennan from 1961-2010. The papers include a small amount of correspondence and personal papers; writings by Grennan; writings by others; diaries; printed material; and photographs. Correspondence is limited, but includes editorial correspondence, letters from colleagues and other writers including Peter Fallon and Ann Roesnes, and personal correspondence from friends and family. Writings by Grennan form the bulk of the collection and include both Grennan's poetry and prose works, as well as notebooks, lectures, and teaching files. Writings by others consist of literary manuscripts sent to or collected by Grennan from other authors such as Louis Asekoff, Seamus Heaney, Tom MacIntyre, and Desmond O'Grady. Also present are manuscripts of Grennan's translations of other authors' works. The diaries are personal in nature and chronicle Grennan's life and travels. Printed material contains copies of Grennan's published writings, promotional materials relating to his appearances and speaking engagements, and general printed material relating to other authors or topics of interest to Grennan. There are very few photographs in the collection and primarily consist of unidentified people and places.

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