The The Collected Prose of James Clarence Mangan 1832-1839 and 1840-1882: 1832-1882 v. 2
Mangan's prose comes in a variety of forms: essays, stories, apologies, biographical sketches, comic articles, introductions to his poems and translations, a handful of surviving letters, and an unfinished autobiography. These prose publications appeared in a wide range of contemporary journals and newspapers demanding from the editors a great deal of scholarly detective work, especially when it came to Mangan's chameleon way with pseudonyms.
- 164 x 240 x 70mm | 1,419.76g
- 01 Nov 2002
- Irish Academic Press Ltd
- County Dublin, Ireland