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Well dreams : essays on John Montague

Author: Thomas Dillon Redshaw
Publisher: Omaha, Neb. : Creighton University Press, 2004.
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Redshaw gathers twenty-one original essays on the influential Irish poet and novelist, which provide a critical context for Montague's Collected Poems (1995) and the tales and portraits in Company  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Well dreams.
Omaha, Neb. : Creighton University Press, 2004
(OCoLC)645729748
Named Person: John Montague; John Montague; John Montague; John Montague
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Dillon Redshaw
ISBN: 1881871452 9781881871453
OCLC Number: 55657135
Description: xi, 443 p. : port. ; 23 cm.
Contents: "The Water There": Montague and His Readers / Thomas Dillon Redshaw --
Forms of Exile: Poems and Satires, 1946-58 / Honor O'Connor --
"Like Snow Off a Rope": Montague's Publishers and His British Readership in the Sixties / Dillon Johnston --
Unsentimental Prophecy: John Montague and The Dolmen Miscellany (1962) / David Gardiner --
"A Richly Ambiguous Position": Re-viewing Poisoned Lands, A Chosen Light, and Tides / Gregory A. Schirmer --
The Landscape of Three Irelands: Hewitt, Murphy, and Montague / John Wilson Foster --
"That First, Best Country": The Literary Landscape of Montague's Tyrone / Thomas O'Grady --
L'Exil et le Royaume-Uni: John Montague's Death of a Chieftain (1964) / Thomas Dillon Redshaw --
"Lines of Leaving / Lines of Returning": John Montague's Double Vision / Daniel Tobin --
"Something Mourns": Wordsworth and the Landscape of Mourning in The Rough Field (1972) / Guinn Batten --
Ceol na mBreag: Gaelic Themes in The Rough Field / Liam O Dochartaigh --
The Montague Music: "Everything Has a Sound" / Brian John --
"Blood Talk": Politics and Family in A Slow Dance (1975) and The Dead Kingdom (1984) / Richard Greaves, Michael Parker --
Thomas Kinsella, John Montague, and Liam Miller (c. 1961) --
Barrie Cooke, Drawing for All Legendary Obstacles (1966) --
John Derricke, A Discouerie of Woodkerne (1581), Pl. II --
John Derricke, A Discouerie of Woodkerne, Pl. III --
Opening Page of A Severed Head (1972) --
"Sword Land" Page from This Neutral Realm (1984) --
Back and Front Cover of The Cave of Night (1974).
Other Titles: Essays on John Montague
Responsibility: edited by Thomas Dillon Redshaw.
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"A stunning tribute to a masterful poet [with] seminal essays by some of the finest critics of contemporary Irish poetry... mandatory reading." - Michael Patrick Gillespie, Marquette University, Read more...

 
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