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Michael O'Neill papers, 1949-1966.

Author: Michael J O'Neill; Hilton Edwards; Michael Lennon
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Michael O'Neill papers, a collection of the biographer of Lennox Robinson, are composed mainly of correspondence. The sixty-nine letters include reminiscences to O'Neill from friends and acquaintances of Lennox Robinson, and letters from Robinson himself as well as manuscripts about Lennox Robinson by Hilton Edwards and about James Joyce by Michael Lennon. The thirty-eight letters from Robinson to O'Neill  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Lennox Robinson; Lennox Robinson; Paul Vincent Carroll; Padraic Colum; James Joyce; Daniel Corkery; Elizabeth Coxhead; Ernest Blythe; Denis Johnston; Sean O'Casey; John Crowe Ransom; Mary Lavin; Brigid Ganly; Geraldine Cummins; Shelah Richards
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J O'Neill; Hilton Edwards; Michael Lennon
OCLC Number: 213330534
Description: 0.30 linear ft.
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The Michael O'Neill papers, a collection of the biographer of Lennox Robinson, are composed mainly of correspondence. The sixty-nine letters include reminiscences to O'Neill from friends and acquaintances of Lennox Robinson, and letters from Robinson himself as well as manuscripts about Lennox Robinson by Hilton Edwards and about James Joyce by Michael Lennon. The thirty-eight letters from Robinson to O'Neill contain personal correspondence and discussion of the work they were doing together on a book of Robinson's plays with discussion of Turgenev's Father and Son, as well as his Irish Press articles. The correspondents are Paul Vincent Carroll, Padraic Colum, Daniel Corkery, Elizabeth Coxhead (who discusses her deathbed visit to Robinson), Ernest Blythe, Denis Johnston, Sean O'Casey, John Crowe Ransom, Mary Lavin, R. Brigid Ganly, Geraldine Cummins, and Shelah Richards(the last three included manuscript reminiscences of Lennox Robinson with their letters.). In addition to the correspondence, the Michael O'Neill papers include a manuscript, "Colum," and two printed articles, "Lady Gregory" and "Maurice Maeterlinck," by Lennox Robinson. There is also a handwritten note (of no special significance) from J.R.R Tolkien.

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