Power, James (c. 1766-1836), Dublin publisher

Irish Women Poets [Papers]

National Library of Ireland

Now I am a Tower of Darkness: A Critical History of Poetry by Women in Ireland challenges the critical reception of Eavan Boland and the restrictive criteria, developed in the 1970s, under which poetry by women in Ireland has been assessed. She considers the subversive nature of women’s poetry written between 1921 and 1950, and calls into question the critical assumption that Eavan Boland represen ...

Thomas Moore, Moore's Irish Melodies, 1876, Cover (Moore PR5054.I7 1876a)

Moore Collection

Queen's University Belfast, Special Collections

Special collection of books etc, by, or relating to, the Irish poet, satirist, composer, and musician, Thomas Moore (1779-1852). Born in Dublin to Roman Catholic parents in 1779, Thomas Moore went on to become one of Ireland's most popular writers, regarded at the time, as Ireland's national lyricist. Remembered principally for his Irish Melodies, which appeared in numerous editions from 1807-34, ...