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Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

Series I. Works, 1973-2004, undated

Series II. Correspondence, 1976-2004, undated

Series III. Career, 1958-2004, undated

Series IV. Juvenilia and School, 1964-1983, undated

Series V. Family and Personal, 1939-2004, undated

Series VI. Works by Others, 1976-2002, undated

Series VII. Serials and Publications, 1945-2001

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Index

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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Sebastian Barry:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Barry, Sebastian, 1955-
Title: Sebastian Barry Papers
Dates: 1939-2004, undated
Abstract: The Sebastian Barry papers consist of the personal and professional papers of Irish poet, novelist, and playwright Sebastian Barry. The papers document Barry's diverse writing career and range of creative output which includes drawings, poetry, short stories, novels, essays, and scripts.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-4878
Extent: 68 document boxes (28.56 linear feet), 4 oversize folders (osf), 5 serial boxes, 2 oversize boxes (osb)
Language: English, Arabic, French, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, and Romanian
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Sebastian Barry was born on July 5, 1955, in Dublin, Ireland. His father, Francis, was an architect by profession but also a poet who published poems in literary journals such as Icarus and Broadsheet. His mother, Joan O'Hara, was an actress who frequently performed on stage at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin and in later years appeared on British television. Barry has a younger sister, Siuban, and brother, Guy.

As a child, Barry's grandfather taught him to draw and paint, but his interests shifted toward writing poetry and fiction in his late teens, and the Irish Times published Barry's first poem when he was nineteen years old. Barry read Latin and English at Trinity College, Dublin, and served as editor for the 1977 edition of the Trinity College literary journal Icarus. After he received a B.A. (Mod.) in 1977, Barry lived at various times in Paris, Switzerland, and Greece while publishing poems in literary journals such as Cyphers, Hibernia, Broadsheet, and Paris Voices. Barry turned to writing longer works and published his first novel, Macker's Garden (Co-op Books) in 1982, quickly followed in 1983 by a book of poems, The Water-Colourist (Dolmen Press). Also in 1983, Barry published Time Out of Mind and Strappado Square, two novellas that were jointly released by Wolfhound Press but then withdrawn due to a libel suit.

In 1984, Barry was a Fellow at the International Writing Program at the Iowa Writers Workshop. The following year, he published a young adult novel based on stories he told his younger brother, Guy, called Elsewhere: The Adventures of Belemus (Brogeen Books, 1985).

In addition to The Water-Colourist, Barry has published three books of poetry: The Rhetorical Town (Dolmen Press, 1985), Fanny Hawke Goes to the Mainland Forever (Raven Arts Press, 1989), and The Pinkening Boy: New Poems (New Island Books, 2004), and edited one collection of Irish poetry, The Inherited Boundaries: Younger Poets of the Republic of Ireland (Dolmen Press, 1986).

In the late 1980s, Barry began exploring Irish history and using it, along with his ancestral heritage, as themes in his writings. His first play, Boss Grady's Boys, appropriately debuted on the Peacock stage at Dublin's Abbey Theatre in 1988 and earned Barry the first BBC/Stewart Parker Award. In 1990, Barry became the Ansbacher Writer-in-Association at the Abbey and later that year premiered his next play, Prayers of Sherkin, starring his mother Joan O'Hara and his future wife, Alison Deegan, whom he married in 1992. Barry achieved prominence with his 1995 play, The Steward of Christendom starring Irish actor Donal McCann. The play opened on the upstairs stage at the Royal Court Theatre in London, then traveled to the Gate Theatre in Dublin, and later returned to the main stage at the Royal Court Theatre, in addition to tours abroad. The play was nominated for two 1996 Laurence Olivier Awards and received several awards including 1996 Lloyds Playwright of the Year and Best Play 1996 by the Critics Circle-London.

Barry's other plays include Andersen's English (2010), Dallas Sweetman (2008), Hinterland (2002), The Only True History of Lizzie Finn (1995), Our Lady of Sligo (1998), The Pentagonal Dream (1986), The Pride of Parnell Street (2007), Tales of Ballycumber (2009), White Woman Street (1992), and an adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca's play The House of Bernarda Alba (2003), as well as a series of monologues written by multiple playwrights called She Was Wearing… (2005). Most of Barry's plays have been published either by Methuen or Faber and Faber.

In 1998, Barry published the first in a series of interconnected novels inspired by his Irish ancestors. His first novel since The Engine of Owl-Light (1987), The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty (1998), was loosely inspired by a distant great uncle, Charles O'Hara. Liam Fay of the Sunday Times wrote of it, "ablaze with vivid imagery and lyrical prose, Barry's novel is one of the most compelling to come out of Ireland in the past decade."

Barry's next novels introduced character threads taken from some of Barry's previous works, particularly minor and major characters introduced in his play The Steward of Christendom. For example, Annie Dunne (2002), based on Barry's great aunt, features the daughter of disgraced ex-officer and prior character, Thomas Dunne. Similarly, his novel A Long Long Way (2005) features Willie Dunne, teenaged brother of character Annie Dunne. A Long Long Way was shortlisted for 2005 Man Booker Prize for Fiction and the 2007 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.

The Secret Scripture (2008) was inspired by a story Barry's mother told of a distant relative. It also ties in with a previous novel, The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty. The main character, Roseanne McNulty, was married to Thomas McNulty, brother of Eneas McNulty. The novel received many awards including the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction, the 2008 Costa Book of the Year award, both the Novel of the Year and the Choice Award at the Irish Book Awards, and was shortlisted for the 2008 Man Booker Prize.

On Canaan's Side (2011) is about Lily Bere, the sister of the character Willie Dunne from A Long Long Way and the daughter of the character Thomas Dunne from The Steward of Christendom. The novel was longlisted for the 2011 Man Booker Prize and won the 2012 Walter Scott Prize.

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Scope and Contents

The Sebastian Barry papers consist of drafts of published and unpublished works, illustrations, personal and professional correspondence, notebooks, photographs, personal papers, and clippings belonging to Irish poet, novelist, and playwright Sebastian Barry. The professional and personal papers document Barry's diverse writing career and range of creative output and include drawings, poetry, short stories, novels, essays, and scripts. The papers are organized into seven series: I. Works, 1973-2004, undated; and II. Correspondence, 1976-2004, undated; III. Career, 1958-2004, undated; IV. Juvenilia and School, 1964-1983, undated; V. Family and Personal, 1939-2004, undated; VI. Works by Others, 1976-2002, undated; and VII. Serials and Publications, 1945-2001.

Series I. Works makes up the bulk of the papers and includes materials associated with Barry's writings. It is arranged into two subseries: A. Prose, 1973-2004, undated; and B. Poetry, 1973-2004, undated. Materials in each of these subseries are arranged in alphabetical order by title, and within each title the material generally follows the chronological order of literary production, from research and notes to publication drafts. When applicable, related material such as book dust jackets, reviews, publicity material, and/or adaptations follow the drafts.

Subseries A. Prose represents most of Barry's published and unpublished stories, play scripts, radio scripts, novels, essays, book reviews, op-ed pieces, and eulogies; however, his most recent novels and plays are not represented. The material in this subseries provides an opportunity to follow the trajectory of Barry's writing career, beginning with his earliest works such as the children's story, "Hamnesia and the Planet Igg" through to his award-winning novels and plays. The multiple working drafts allow a study of Barry's writing process, as each subsequent draft is heavily revised and indicates a constant re-working of the text. This is no less true for even relatively minor works as Barry works diligently crafting the words into a satisfactory final draft.

The segments of material related to Barry's plays includes notes, rehearsal schedules, casting documents, programs, publicity material, and reviews associated with the play's various productions. In addition, as most of Barry's plays have been published, editorial correspondence, edited proofs, book jacket proofs, and publicity material is often also included. The play The Steward of Christendom is particularly well-documented and includes multiple drafts of the script, as well as production material related to the opening and touring productions, congratulatory notes, translations, and publication proofs. The script for Boss Grady's Boys in box 3 folder 4 received conservation treatment to remove cellophane tape.

Subseries B. Poetry includes individual poems and material associated with published poetry collections. The subseries is arranged alphabetically first by poetry collection title, then by individual poem title. When Barry's materials arrived at the Ransom Center, they included large groups of poetry drafts that were in no discernible order. These drafts were arranged together according to similar language and imagery, and then alphabetized by the most dominant title. The typed and handwritten individual poems are heavily revised and many (beginning in box 33) are illustrated. Some poems are accompanied by notes from literary magazines indicating they are returned submissions. Individual poems are listed by title or first line, if untitled, in the Index of Poems located at the end of this finding aid.

Series II. Correspondence consists primarily of incoming letters, with occasional drafts of outgoing letters. The series is arranged alphabetically and for the most part, individual letters have not been further arranged within folders. Major correspondents include friends, family, writers, editors, theater directors and producers, and publishers such as: agent Leah Schmidt of The Agency, Arts Council/Aosdána, Curtis Brown, Eilís Dillon, Paul Engle, Jennifer Johnston, Peter Hall, James Liddy, Donal McCann, Frank McGuiness, Methuen, National Theatre Society, Joan O'Hara, Jean-Pierre Richard, Jean Kennedy Smith, Max Stafford-Clark, and Matthew Sweeney. Other correspondence includes fan mail, requests for appearances, greeting cards, and business and legal communications. Correspondent names are listed in the Index of Correspondents located at the end of this finding aid.

Series III. Career comprises papers and documents related to Barry's writing career. Included in this series are awards, collected business cards, contracts, programs, publicity clippings, publisher catalogs, reading and workshop materials, royalty statements, teaching material, and travel files.

Series IV. Juvenilia and School contains papers and documents related to Barry's childhood and enrollment at Trinity College, Dublin. Of note are Barry's early drawings, sketches, and paintings, as well as early poems. Of particular interest are the submissions and correspondence related to the 1977 issue of Icarus edited by Barry. His mother contributed a review under the name "J. O'H," and his father contributed several poems using the pseudonym Francis Craig.

Series V. Family and Personal contains papers and documents related to Barry's family life. Personal records, identification cards, lists, photographs, and works created by his wife, Alison Deegan; mother, Joan O'Hara; and children are represented in this series.

Series VI. Works by Others contains materials written or composed by other authors. Many of the works were sent to Barry from associates, others are essays related to Barry or his work. A small segment is unidentified, and the authors are unknown.

Series VII. Serials and Publications consist of entire issues and segments of periodicals and literary journals containing works written by Barry and other notable Irish writers. Many of the journals date from the early 1940s to the 1970s and originally belonged to Barry's father, Francis. Several of these poetry journals, such as Broadsheet, Poetry Ireland, and Cyphers, include poems written by Francis Barry. Arrangement is alphabetical by serial title.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

People
Barry, Francis.
Barry, Sebastian, 1955- .
Deegan, Alison.
O'Hara, Joan.
Organizations
Abbey Theatre (Dublin, Ireland).
Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland).
Subjects
Authors, Irish--20th century.
Authors, Irish--21st century.
Dramatists, Irish.
Poets, Irish.
Theater.
Places
Ireland.
Document Types
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Drawings (visual works).
Scripts (documents).
Serials.
Theater programs.

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Related Material

The Mel Gussow Collection at the Ransom Center contains additional material related to Sebastian Barry.

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Separated Material

Bound volumes were transferred to the Ransom Center Library. Four 5.25-inch and one 3.5-inch computer disks were transferred to the Ransom Center Electronic Records Collection. Four unpublished, non-commercial audiocassette tapes were transferred to the Ransom Center Sound Recordings Collection. A lock of hair was transferred to the Ransom Center Personal Effects Collection.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 2001-2005 (R14839, R15350)

Processed by:

Hope Rider, Gabriela Redwine, Amy E. Armstrong, 2013

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Sources:

In addition to material found within the Sebastian Barry papers, the following sources were used:

"Sebastian Barry." British Council, http://literature.britishcouncil.org/sebastian-barry (accessed 3 July 2013).

"Sebastian Barry."Contemporary Authors Online, Gale Literary Databases, http://galenet.galegroup.com (accessed 3 July 2013).

"Sebastian Barry." PLAYOGRAPHYIreland, Irish Theatre Institute, http://www.irishplayography.com/ (accessed June 2013).

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Container List

 

Series I. Works, 1973-2004, undated

Subseries A. Prose, 1973-2004, undated
Abelard's Endless Adventures (children's story; alternate title: Abelard and Mick)
The First Few of Abelard's Endless Adventures
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1.1 Typescript drafts with corrections, undated
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1.2 Typescript drafts, undated
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1.3 Typescript draft (illustrated), undated
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1.4-5 The Great Adventure of the Woad, typescript drafts, undated
Abelard's Endless Adventures
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1.6 Illustrations, undated
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1.7 Prefatory materials, draft fragment, notebook, undated
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1.8 The Absinthe Drinker (script fragment), typescript draft with corrections, undated
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1.9 Africas of dunes and dead fish the size of donkeys (essay), partial typescript draft with corrections; clipping of published version (The Irish Times, 19 July 1989), 1989
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1.10 Al (radio play), handwritten and typescript drafts, correspondence, 1979, undated
Annie Dunne (novel, 2003; alternate title: Kelsha Yard)
Kelsha Yard
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2.1 Typescript draft, undated
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2.2 Partial typescript with editorial comments and correspondence, May 2001
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2.3 Outline, typescript drafts of Chapter 1, undated
Annie Dunne
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2.4-5 First draft, typescript with editorial comments and correspondence, 29 March 2001
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2.6 Proofs, 19 October 2001
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2.7 Editorial correspondence, the Dublin Review publication (No. 5, Winter 2001-2), 2001
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2.8 Book jacket designs, 2001
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2.9 Promotional leaflets, 2003
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2.10 Review clippings, 2003
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2.11 The Axeman of Cleveland (story), handwritten draft with corrections, 1973
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3.1-2 Book reviews, handwritten and typescript drafts (many with corrections), published versions, Cyphers publication (Summer 1987), 1987-1997, undated
Boss Grady's Boys (play script, 1988)
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3.3 Early stage design sketches, undated
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3.4 Mixed typescript drafts with corrections, undated
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3.5 Typescript draft with corrections, production notes, circa 1988
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3.6 Rehearsal script with corrections, 1988
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3.7 Typescript draft fragments with corrections, undated
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3.8 Edited script, props list, sound cues, draft of author's note, 1988, undated
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3.9, osf 1 Abbey Theatre production promotional materials, brochures, programs, receipts, poster, 1988-1989, undated
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4.1, osf 1 Romanian production: photos, photocopies of reviews and production materials, poster, 1995, undated (bound copies of Teatru Irlandez de Azi, UNITEXT: 1998 removed to Library)
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4.2 Announcements from French and American productions, 1995, undated
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4.3 Reviews, 1988-2001, undated
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4.4 Boss Guthrie's Boys (essay about the Tyrone Guthrie Center, Annaghmakerrig), typescript drafts with corrections, undated
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4.5 Coming Into Port (story), typescript draft with corrections, undated
A Common Sight (short story collection; alternate titles: The Snake and the World, Annesley Kirwan)
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4.6 Partial typescript draft, undated
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4.7 Photocopy of typescript draft, undated
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4.8 Handwritten and typescript notes and drafts of prefatory materials, undated
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4.9 The Arrangement, typescript drafts with corrections, undated; photocopy of version published in The Irish Times (1 August 1984), bound copy of London Magazine (August/September 1981)
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4.10 The Beast, handwritten and typescript drafts and fragments with corrections, undated; typescript draft, 1978; photocopy of version published in The Irish Press (31 March 1979)
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4.11 A Change of Room (alternate titles: The Walls of Rain, The English Boys), typescript and photocopy drafts and fragments with corrections, undated; typescript draft, 1980
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5.1 Colm's Gifts (includes versions of Mahogany, T-Shirt, and An Entrance as subsections), typescript draft with corrections, undated
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5.2 A Common Sight, typescript draft and fragments with corrections, undated
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5.3 Hay is for Horses, mixed typescript drafts with corrections
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5.4 An Hour After Lunch (alternate title: The Rat in the Coal), typescript draft and fragments with corrections, typescript copy, undated; bound copy of Stand (1979/80)
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5.5 Lamb, typescript draft with corrections, undated; photocopy of version published in The Irish Press (13 October 1979)
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5.6 Mahogany, typescript drafts and fragments with corrections, typescript copy, undated
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5.7 No One at All, typescript drafts with corrections, typescript copy with correspondence, undated
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5.8 Omey Island, typescript draft fragments with corrections, photocopy typescript, undated
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5.9 Reflex Action, typescript draft with corrections, undated; typescript draft, 1979-1980 (postmark); bound copy of the Literary Review (November 1982; 2 copies) and RTE Guide (30 May 1980)
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5.10 School Tour, typescript drafts and fragments with corrections, 1979, undated; typescript draft, undated
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5.11 Something about Lara, typescript draft with corrections, undated
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5.12 Song, typescript draft and fragments with corrections, typescript copy with correspondence, undated
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5.13 T-Shirt, typescript draft fragments with corrections, undated; photocopy typescript with correspondence, 1980
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5.14, osf 4 Yellow, typescript draft and fragments with corrections, photocopy typescript with correspondence, undated; photocopy of version published in Plankton: a magazine of modern Irish fiction (1985), bound copy of The Anthology (1982)
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5.15 Dapple Grey: a play in one act (alternate titles: Dapple Grey: a tale of private life, Talking Companions), handwritten and typescript drafts, notes, and outline, undated
Dobbs is Dead (play script, later version of The Pentagonal Dream)
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6.1-2 New Dramatists staging, corrected typescript draft, undated
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6.3 Typescript drafts and fragments (some with corrections), cast information, correspondence drafts, 1987, undated
Elsewhere: The Adventures of Belemus (children's story, 1985; alternate titles: The White North, The White North and Other Adventures of Belemus Duck)
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6.4-5 Mixed typescript draft and fragments with corrections, Greek receipts, undated
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6.6 Typescript copy, undated
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6.7 Mixed handwritten and typescript drafts, outline, notes, and specimen pages from press, undated
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6.8 Books Ireland newsletter (June 1985), photocopy of review, 1985
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6.9 The Adventures of Belemus, Five Episodes for Radio, typescript drafts, undated
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6.10 The Embrace (story), typescript draft with corrections, undated
The Engine of Owl-Light (novel, 1987)
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7.1-2 Typescript draft with corrections, 1985
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7.3-5 Typescript draft, 1985
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7.6 Notes and draft fragments, 1985, undated
Editorial correspondence and book jacket designs
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8.1 Grafton Books, 1986-1987, undated
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8.2 Carcanet Press, 1987
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8.3 Drafts of prefatory materials and recipients of advance copies, undated
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8.4 Correspondence and proofs of excerpt published in Home—An Anthology of Modern Irish Writing (1996), 1996
Reviews and articles, some with correspondence, 1987-1988, undated; bound copies of In Dublin (6-19 August 1987) and Krino (Spring 1988)
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8.5 Equitation (story), handwritten and typescript drafts, some with corrections, 1983, undated
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8.6 Eulogies by Barry, typescript drafts, 1999, undated
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8.7 The Fearful Stars (essay; alternate title: Poetry and Space), typescript draft with corrections, undated
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10.7 The Feud; Anny's Evidence (script), partial handwritten draft with corrections, undated
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8.8 First Light (one-act play script), handwritten draft with corrections, undated
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8.9 Forbes (play script; alternate titles: Phormio, Phormio Forbes), mixed handwritten and typescript drafts, some with corrections, undated
Frank Loesser's Hans Christian Andersen (play script)
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8.10 'First Draft (Delivery),' typescript, June 1999
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8.11 Typescript draft, August 1999
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8.12 Typescript draft with notes, 23 August 1999; American Conservatory Theater contact information, August 2000
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8.13 Typescript draft with notes (workshop), February 2000
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9.1-4 Typescript drafts, May-July 2000
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9.5 Typescript draft and 'scene by scene,' 20 August 2000
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9.6 Typescript draft, 22 August 2000
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9.7 Handwritten notes, explanation of project, typescript draft, undated
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9.8 Journal with handwritten notes and drawings; additional documents interleaved, 1998, undated
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9.9 Handwritten and typescript partial drafts and draft fragments, 1999-2000
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10.1 Workshop notes, rehearsal schedule, casting and contact information, 1998-2000
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10.2 Correspondence, 1999-2000
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10.3 Notes, article on Hans Christian Andersen, 1999
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10.4 Fred and Jane (teleplay script, 2004), typescript drafts, programs, 1998-2003, undated
Freedom for Nigeria (unpublished play script)
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10.5 Typescript draft with corrections, partial draft with corrections, undated
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10.6 Typescript partial drafts, undated
The Gospel Truth (unpublished novel)
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10.8 Handwritten draft, undated
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10.9-10 Typescript drafts, undated
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10.11 Typescript copy with corrections, undated
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11.1 Mixed typescript drafts, some with corrections, undated
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11.2 Prefatory materials, circa 1982
The Hammers and the Feathers (screenplay; alternate title: Rose of Strandhill; see also The Metal-Man's Wife and The Secret Scripture)
The Hammers and the Feathers
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11.3 Outline for a novel, typescript draft, undated
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11.4 Typescript draft, drafts of film treatment, novel outline, correspondence, 1996, undated
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11.5 Typescript delivery draft, June 1998
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11.6 Typescript second draft, December 1998
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11.7 Rose of Strandhill, typescript draft, corrected, with revisions, May 1999
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11.8 Hamnesia and the Planet Igg (children's story), mixed drafts with corrections, typescript draft, correspondence, 1980
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11.9 The High Way (story), handwritten drafts, 1974
Hinterland (play script, 2003)
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11.10 Typescript drafts, undated
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12.1 Typescript second draft with deletions, June 2000
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12.2 Typescript fourth draft, September 2000
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12.3 Typescript seventh draft, June 2001
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12.4 Typescript seventh draft, March 2001
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12.5 Typescript eighth draft, email, June 2001
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12.6 Typescript draft 9A with corrections and letter, October 2001
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12.7 Draft fragment, photocopied pages from published edition, circa 2003
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12.8 Typescript tenth draft, rehearsal script (November 2001) with interleaved correspondence, article, materials from production, photocopy of published script, 2001-2003
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13.1 Correspondence related to production of play, actor bios, rehearsal schedule, 2000-2001
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13.2 Jacket proof, 2001
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13.3 Reviews and articles, 2003
The House of Bernarda Alba (script adapted from the play of the same name written by Federico García Lorca)
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13.4 Partial typescript draft with corrections, typescript draft, undated
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13.5 Typescript draft with minor corrections, 2003
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13.6 Partial typescript draft with corrections (excerpts of Whistling Psyche appears on the back of some pages), circa 2003
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13.7 Ireland (essay), typescript drafts, undated
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13.8 Jenkyl and Hyde (novel), outlines, undated
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13.9 Judas (script), typescript draft with corrections and photocopy draft, undated
The Kavanagh (screenplay; alternate titles: Legends of Borris, Arthur and Moses, Born without Limbs, The Master, The Master of Borris, World of Arthur)
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13.10 Typescript draft fragments with corrections, undated
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13.11 Born without Limbs, handwritten and typescript drafts of treatment with corrections and story synopsis, undated
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13.12-13 Arthur and Moses, scenario breakdown, typescript drafts with corrections, undated
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14.1 The Kavanagh, typescript second draft, partial typescript draft with corrections, undated
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14.2 Notes, undated
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14.3 Kindred: Joan O'Hara (essay), corrected typescript drafts, published version (Colour Tribune, 3 May 1987), circa 1987
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14.4 Letter from a damp house (story; alternate titles: Letters from a Damp Room, Life and Letters, Letters from the Damp), mixed drafts and draft fragments; published version (Shock, 1977), circa 1977
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osf 4 Letter to the Editor ("Crisis at the Abbey Theatre"), published text, in Irish Times, 1 October 2004
A Long Long Way (novel, 2005)
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14. 5-6 Typescript second draft with edits and queries, 2004
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14.7-8 Typescript final draft with editor's queries, March-May 2004
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14.9, 15.1 Corrected proofs, September 2004
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15.2-5 Proofs, October-November 2004
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15.6 Partial typescript draft, undated
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15.7 Dust jacket designs with correspondence, 2004
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15.8 Editor's comments, corrected pages, notes, birthday card, 2004, undated
Macker's Garden (novel, 1982)
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16.1 Typescript draft (photocopy), undated
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16.2 Typescript draft, undated
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16.3 Prefatory materials, dust jackets, undated
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16.4 Reviews, 1982-1983
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16.5 Man and Beasts (story; alternate titles: Cats and Mr. Hooley-[A Sligo Tragedy], The Night of Hooley, The Tragedy of the Limping Cat, The Sorrows of a Limping Cat), handwritten and typescript drafts with corrections, 1975
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16.6-7 The Metal-Man's Wife (play script, see also The Hammers and the Feathers and The Secret Scripture), typescript drafts, 2004, undated
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16.8 The Moving Finger (an eight-part collaborative story written by various authors and published in The Guardian), published version, 6 June 2003
The Murderous Alphabet (novel; alternate title: The Ordinary)
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16.9 Typescript draft with corrections, 1984
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16.10 Typescript draft, 1984
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16.11 Notes and draft fragments, undated
New Summer (novel; excerpts published in Tracks and Stand Magazine)
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17.1 Typescript draft, undated
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17.2 Typescript draft (photocopy), undated
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17.3, 74.1 Notes, draft fragment, prefatory materials, undated
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17.4 Literary journals, Tracks, no. 3, 1983; Stand Magazine, Spring 1984, vol. 25, no. 2, 1983-1984
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17.5 Night Gull (radio play; alternate titles: Another Night Gull, A Boy in Late Winter), handwritten and typescript drafts, draft fragments, and notes, 1976, undated
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17.6 Note from the Dead (essay), typescript draft with corrections, 1974
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17.7 A Note on Singing (essay; alternate titles: Personal Singing, The Hills are Alive!), typescript drafts with corrections, undated
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17.8 One Act Play for Trinity Players (play), handwritten draft and set design, undated
The Only True History of Lizzie Finn (play, 1995; alternate title: Corkaguiney Can-Can)
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17.9 Typescript draft (photocopy) with queries and responses, undated
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17.10 Typescript draft (photocopy), undated
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17.11 Typescript drafts, undated
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17.12, 18.1-2 Drafts with corrections, circa 1992
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18.3, osf 3 Production programs and posters (Abbey Theatre [1995]; Organic Touchstone Company [1997]), congratulatory notes, poster signed by cast (1995), 1994-1997
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18.4 Reviews, 1995
The Only True History of Lizzie Finn, The Steward of Christendom, White Woman Street: Three Plays by Sebastian Barry (Methuen Drama edition, 1995)
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18.5 Publisher's draft with edits, 1995
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18.6, 19.1 Draft with corrections, publisher's draft, fragments, book jacket design, editorial correspondence, 1995
Op-ed pieces
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19.2 Irish History, Remade (New York Times, 15 September 1997), correspondence, typescript drafts, publisher's drafts, and published version, 1997
Northern Ireland: High Time for Hard Irish Questions (International Herald Tribune, 15 July 1998), typescript drafts, publisher's drafts, and published version, 1998
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19.3 Other reviews, handwritten and typescript drafts, November 1974, undated
Our Lady of Sligo (play, 1998)
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19.4 Partial typescript drafts with corrections (some mixed, some with pages out of order), undated
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19.5-6 Revised typescript drafts, typescript draft with corrections, 1999, undated
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19.7 Typescript drafts, 1996, undated
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20.1-2 Revised typescript drafts, January 1999
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20.3 Notes, draft of 'A note on Our Lady of Sligo,' 1997, undated
Methuen Drama edition (1998)
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20.4 Revised proofs with corrections and copy of corrected pages, 1997-1998
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20.5 Book jacket design, 1998
Royal National Theatre / Out of Joint production
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20.6 Rehearsal draft with corrections, 1 June 1997; Royal National Theatre pamphlet, 1997-1998
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20.7 Casting and preview notes, revised scene draft, 1997
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20.8 Promotional material, photograph, cast and production list, 1998
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20.9-10 Reviews and articles, clippings and assorted serials, 1998-2000
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21.1 Company B Belvoir production (Australia), programs, 2004
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21.2 Oxford Ale (short story; alternate title: Oxford sunlight; or in deep water; published in TCD, April 1975), handwritten synopsis and drafts, TCD publication (2 copies), 1975
The Pentagonal Dream (play; alternate title: The Pentagonal Dream Under Snow; later title: Dobbs is Dead)
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74.3 Pentagonal Dream under Snow, handwritten draft in journal, circa 1984
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21.3 Typescript partial draft with corrections, circa 1986
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21.4 Corrected typescript draft fragments, notes, and prefatory materials, circa 1986
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21.5 Review, 1986
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osf 1 Operating Theatre production, poster, 1986
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21.6 Plain Ignorance (short story; alternate title: Samples), typescript draft with corrections, undated
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21.7 The Planets (short story), handwritten and typescript drafts with corrections, undated
Plays: 1: Boss Grady's Boys, Prayers of Sherkin, White Woman Street, The Only True History of Lizzie Finn, The Steward of Christendom (Methuen Drama, 1997)
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21.8 Page proofs with few corrections, circa 1997
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21.9 Cover copy, Introduction draft, book jacket designs, editorial correspondence, 1996
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21.10 Postscript on Irony (short story; alternate titles: Swamp Life, Swamp Life: a note on the scarcity of irony in the poetry of Southern Ireland, Swamp Life: a note on irony), typescript drafts, undated
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21.11 A Postscript Wet on an Older Page (short story; alternate titles: Unposted Letter to a Near Acquaintance), handwritten and typescript drafts, 1975
Prayers of Sherkin (play script, 1990)
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21.12 Typescript draft with corrections, suggested cast list, undated
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21.13-14, 22.1-2 Partial drafts with corrections, undated
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22.3, osf 1 The Abbey (1990) and Peter Hall Company (1997) productions, programs, program proof, poster signed by cast (1990), 1990-1997
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22.4 Correspondence and cards, includes Hungarian translation by Márten Mesterházi, 1994
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22.5-6, 75 Reviews, clippings and assorted serials, 1990-2004
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22.7 Putting Tobias to Bed (essay, part of BBC Radio 4 series "Better Than Sex"), typescript drafts, review, promotional postcards, 1998
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22.8 Rough Rhetoric (essay), typescript drafts with corrections, undated
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22.9 Samuel's Garden (play script), handwritten and typescript drafts, draft fragments, bound notebook, 1974
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22.10 The Secret Scripture (novel, 2008; see also The Hammers and the Feathers and The Metal-Man's Wife), partial typescript draft of Chapter 1, undated
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22.11 Sleeping Sickness (play script), notes, typescript draft fragments and partial draft with corrections, undated
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22.12 The Sound of Nobody (short story), typescript draft with corrections, revised typescript draft and photocopy, undated
The Steward of Christendom (play, 1995)
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23.1 Typescript drafts and partial drafts with corrections, undated
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23.2-3 Typescript drafts, undated
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23.4 Typescript rehearsal draft with corrections, undated
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23.5 Typescript draft fragment with notations, 'new bits' typescript, 1995
Productions
Royal Court Theatre / Out of Joint opening and revival productions
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23.6 Box office returns, cast and crew list, cue synopsis, photographs, production schedule, programs, tickets, 1994-1995
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23.7 Reviews, 1995
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23.8 Gate Theatre productions, program, promotional material, reviews, 1995-1996
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23.9 Australia (1996), Brooklyn Academy of Music (1997), BBC Radio 3 taping (1997), Luxembourg (1995), Philadelphia (1998), Pittsburgh (1997), programs, recording schedule, reviews, correspondence, 1995-1998
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24.1 Boston-Huntington Theatre Company, correspondence, press packet, program, reviews, 1999
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24.2 Chicago-Organic Touchstone Company, reviews, note, 1997
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24.3, osf 1, 3 France, posters, programs, promotional material, reviews, tickets, 1996-1998, undated
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24.4-5 Congratulatory notes, phone messages, drawing by Donal McCann, 1995
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24.6 General articles and reviews, 1997 Drama Desk nomination announcement, 1995-1997
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24.7 Correspondence, includes French translation (Le Régisseur de la Chrétienté) by Jean-Pierre Richard, 1995
Methuen Drama edition (1997)
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25.1 Proofs with edits, circa 1997
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25.2 Book jacket designs, circa 1997
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25.3 Notes on the making of the play, essay drafts, undated
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25.4 Strachey in the Forest (short story; alternate title: The Eagle's Escape), handwritten draft with corrections, 1974
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25.5 The Summer House/The Old Rectory/Mist/Youth within the summer house/The House/Painted Windows (unrealized novel), handwritten chapter outline, typescript draft fragments, undated
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25.6 Talks by Barry, typescript drafts with corrections, undated
Time out of Mind and Strappado Square (two novellas published in one volume, Wolfhound Press, 1983)
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25.7 Strappado Square, notes and typescript draft, undated
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25.8 Time out of Mind, typescript draft and photocopy, book dust jacket, 1984
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25.9 Reviews and book catalog, 1983-1984
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25.10 The Tin Wife (short story), typescript draft, undated
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25.11 Watching Your House (essay), typescript draft with corrections, undated
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25.12 The Weather Witch (fairytale, co-authored with Merlin Matthew Barry), typescript drafts, undated
The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty (novel, 1998; alternate titles: The Whereabouts of Charles O'Hara, The Whereabouts of Charles McNulty)
The Whereabouts of Charles O'Hara
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25.13 Typescript draft of chapters 10 and 11, undated
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25.14 Incomplete typescript draft, undated
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25.15 Partial and mixed typescript drafts with corrections, outgoing letter, circa 1994
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25.16 Typescript draft, undated
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26.1 The Whereabouts of Charles McNulty, typescript draft, typescript draft of chapters 11 and 12, undated
The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty
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26.2-3 Typescript draft with corrections ('draft in response to Rachel's notes')
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26.4 Page and dust jacket proofs with corrections, undated
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26.5-6 Photocopied draft with corrections and queries ('draft in response to Ursula Doyle'), editorial correspondence, 1996-1997
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26.7, 27.1 Partial typescript drafts, discarded preface, undated
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27.2 Book jacket design and proofs (Viking / Penguin), 1999
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27.3, 74.1 Publisher's correspondence and book jacket designs (Macmillan/Picador), 1996-1998
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27.4 Excerpts in Cimarron Review (July 1996) and Asylum Arts Review (Winter 1996), publications, 1996
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27.5 U. S. publicity tours schedules, 1998-1999
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27.6-7 Reviews, clippings and assorted serials; see also Boss Grady's Boys reviews in box 4.3, 1998-1999
Whistling Psyche (play script, 2004) (excerpts of Whistling Psyche appear on the back of some draft pages of The House of Bernarda Alba in box 13.6)
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27.8 Typescript drafts, 2003-2004, undated
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27.9, 28.1 Final and rehearsal drafts with corrections, February-May 2004
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28.2 Program, cast and crew list (Almeida Theatre production), congratulatory notes, 2004
White Woman Street (novel)
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28.3-4 Typescript draft with corrections, undated
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28.5 Photocopy of partial typescript draft with corrections, undated
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28.6-7, 29.1 Mixed typescript drafts with corrections (parts unpaginated), undated
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29.2 Typescript draft fragment with corrections and excerpt, undated
White Woman Street (play, 1992; alternate titles: Thou, Trooper O'Hara, Killinghome Creek)
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29.3 Partial typescript drafts with corrections, undated
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29.4 Typescript draft with corrections, April-May 1991
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29.5 Photocopy with corrections, undated
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29.6 Typescript draft with corrections, undated
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29.7, osf 1 Theatre production materials, programs, tickets, press list, contact list, rehearsal schedule, poster signed by cast, 1992
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29.8 Reviews and articles, clippings and serial, 1992
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29.9 The Winter Camp (one-act play), typescript draft and set illustration, undated
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29.10 Unidentified prose drafts and fragments, sketches, 2001, undated
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30.1 Assorted notes, undated
Journals with notes and drafts (11 journals)
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39.1 Blue paper-covered journal, Look at the Moon, The Midnight Swim, poem drafts, undated
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39.2 Blue marbled cover journal, North Great George's Street, undated
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39.3 Blue and black journal, unidentified notes, undated
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39.4 'Metrical Exercise Book,' red and gold journal, The Town; The Little Bumser Man; Little Ballad of the Good Child Judas; Pat O'Hara's Orchestra; The Orange District; The Dunnes of Feddlin; Little Jerusalem; Paro, Paro; Gipsy Camp, undated
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39.5 'All Things in all Times Fly in their Elements to the Sanctuary of Little Jerusalem,' brown and blue journal, The Court of Miracles, Capel Street Bridge, What Pat Gavney Knew, Philosophers of Stalingrad, January 1989
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39.6 Black journal, Christ-in-the-Woods, The Stranger
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39.7 Blue notepad, sketches, 'Bassie's work until now,' journal entries written by Gina McGilligan, June 1979
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68.8-9 Journals with mostly blank pages (4), circa 1970s-1980s
Subseries B. Poetry, 1973-2004, undated
Fanny Hawke Goes to the Mainland Forever (poetry collection, 1989)
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30.2-4, 74.1 'Fanny Hawke material,' mixed typescript poem drafts with corrections, introductory remarks and biography for poetry reading, 1988, undated
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30.5 Typescript drafts of poetry manuscript, undated
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30.6, 74.1 Book jacket proof, review, 1988-1990
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30.7 Typescript drafts of narrative introductions, undated
The Grammatical History of Everiu (alternate title: The Consequence of Ksenija Bilbija)
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74.2 Handwritten draft with typed poem drafts interleaved, undated
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30.8 Typescript drafts, undated
The Inherited Boundaries: Younger Poets of the Republic of Ireland (poetry anthology edited by Barry, 1986)
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30.9, 31.1 'Mostly inherited boundaries anthology,' assorted drafts, correspondence from poets included in the anthology, 1985
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31.2 Letter, undated
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31.3 The Pinkening Boy: New Poems (poetry collection, 2004), draft of title poem; editorial correspondence with proofs, queries, and rough draft of the book cover, 2004
The Rhetorical Town (poetry collection, 1985)
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31.4 Typescript drafts, undated
La Chambre de Rhétorique, French translation of The Room of Rhetoric by Éric Clémens, photocopy of handwritten draft, undated
The Water-Colourist (poetry collection, 1983; alternate title: An Apology for the Present)
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31.5 Typescript drafts, undated
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31.6 Untitled typescript drafts, undated
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31.7 Typescript drafts, corrected proofs, undated
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31.8 Prefatory material, dust jackets, catalog, 1983-1984
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31.9, 72 Reviews, clippings and literary journals, 1984-1985
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32.1-5 Assorted segments from The Water-Colourist and other poetry collections, typescript and handwritten drafts, 1988, undated
Drafts of individual poems (see index for titles)
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33.1-2 A, 1975-1977, undated
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33.3-5 B, 1974-1980, undated
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33.6, 34.1-3 C, 1975-1980, undated
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34.4-5 D, 1975-1977, undated
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34.6 E, 1980-1997, undated
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35.1-2 F, 1975, undated
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35.3 G, 1975-1977, undated
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35.4 H, 1975, undated
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35.5 I, 1973-1975, undated
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35.6 J, undated
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36.1 K, 1980-1985, undated
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36.2-3 L, 1977-1985, undated
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36.4 M, 1981, undated
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36.5 N, 1979, undated
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36.6 O, 1975, undated
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37.1 P, 1973-1981, undated
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37.2 Q, undated
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37.3 R, undated
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37.4-6 S, 1974-1987, undated
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38.1-2 T, 1984, undated
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38.3 U, undated
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38.4 V, 1982, undated
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38.5 W, 1976-1989, undated
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38.6 Y, undated
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38.7-8, 74 Unidentified, circa 1970s-1980s
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32.6 Drafts of tables of contents, acknowledgements, and title pages, undated
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32.7 Clippings of published poems (photocopies), 1975-1987, undated

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Series II. Correspondence, 1976-2004, undated

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32.8-10, osf 1 A, 1981-2004 (poster removed to osf 1)
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40.1-5 The Agency, 1995-2002
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40.6 Antaeus/The Ecco Press, 1987-1988
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40.7 A.P. Watt; also Chapter 5 draft from Annie Dunne, 1999-2004
Arts Council/Aosdána
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40.8 1980-1984
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41.1-2 1985-1989; also membership directory
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41.3 1990-1992
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41.4 1993-1994
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41.5 1995-1997
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41.6 1998-1999
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41.7, 42.1-2 2000-2001
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42.3-4 2002-2004
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42.5-7 B, 1976-2002; also anthology of poetry by Giovanni Baldacci in box 42.6
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43.1 Barry, Desmond (uncle), incoming and outgoing, 1980-2000
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43.2 Barry, Francis (father), incoming and some outgoing, 1976-1998
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43.3 Barry, Matthew, incoming and outgoing, 1990-2000
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43.4 Barry, Siuban (sister), 1983-1992
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43.5 Barth, Diana; also photocopies of her articles and reviews, 1984-1999
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43.6-8, 44.1-2 C; also signed photograph from Le Régisseur de la Chrétienté production in box 43.8, hamster newsletters in box 44.2, 1979-2004
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44.3-4 Carcanet Press, 1986-1989; also catalogs
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44.5 Chamberlain (O'Donovan), Mary, 1991-1998
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44.6 Clarke, Roger, 1988
Curtis Brown
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44.7 1984-1986
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44.8 1987-1989
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45.1 1990-1991
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45.2 1992
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45.3 1993-1994
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45.4-5 D, 1981-1999
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45.6 Dawe, Gerald, 1984-2004
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45.7-8 Deegan, Alison, 1985-1990, undated
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46.1 Dodger Theatrical Holdings, 1998-2000
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46.2 Dolmen Press (Colin Smythe Ltd.), 1982-1996
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46.3 Dowling, Vincent, 1993-2004
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46.4 Dumay, Emile-Jean; also writings, 1993-1999
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46.5-6 E, 1982-2001
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46.7 Engle, Paul, 1985-1986
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46.8 Enniss, Stephen, 1998-2000
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46.9, 47.1 F, 1984-2004
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47.2 Faber and Faber; also catalogs, 1999-2004
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47.3 Farleigh, John; also photographs, 1989-2000
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47.4 Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, catalog, 2002
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47.5-6 G; also photographs, Crossing the Rapido exhibition catalog (47.6) 1986-2004
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47.7 Gaisner, Rhea, 1987-1995
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47.8 Gallery Press, 1980-1981
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47.9 Grafton Books, 1986-1990
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47.10, 48.1-3 H, 1976-2004; also interview transcript and teaching guide for The Steward of Christendom (48.2)
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48.4-5 I, 1985-2002; also draft of letter to Editor of the Irish Times (48.5)
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48.6 Icarus, 1976-1977
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48.7 International Creative Management, 2004
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48.8 International Festival of Authors (Toronto), 2002-2002
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49.1-2 Irish Writers' Union, newsletters, membership material, Books Ireland magazine, 1986-1993
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49.3 J, 1982-2002
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49.4 K, 1979-2002
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49.5 Keelan, Claudia, thesis, 1985-1987
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49.6-7 L, 1980-2004
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50.1 Leemann, Christa, 1980-1983
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50.2 London Review of Books, 1985-1989
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50.3 Loughlin, Bernard, 1983-1997
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50.4-5 M, 1977-2004
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50.6 Mackintosh, James, 1981-1996
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50.7 Marlow, Ina, and outgoing to Dana Zeller-Alexis regarding Boss Grady's Boys, 2000-2001
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50.8 Matheson Ormsby Prentice Solicitors, 1996-2000
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51.1-3 McGilligan, Gina, 1980-1996, undated
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51.4 McKernan, Maggie, 1980-1992
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51.5 Methuen, 1990-2001
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51.6 Mirre, Jean, 1981-1984
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51.7-8 N, 1984-2004
National Theatre Society; also Board meeting minutes, financial statements, annual reports, promotional brochures
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52.1 1984-1989
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52.2-5 1990
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52.6-7, 53.1 1991
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53.2 1992, 1994-1996
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53.3 1997
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53.4 1998-1999
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53.5-6 2000
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53.7-8 2001-2004, undated
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54.1 New Zealand International Festival of the Arts, 1996
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54.2-3 O, 1980-2004
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54.9 O'Connor, Gemma, 1984-1987
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54.5-6 O'Hara, Joan, 1980-2004
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54.4 Organic Touchstone Company, 1997
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54.7-8 P, 1980-2002
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55.1 Penguin, 1997-2005; also catalog
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55.2 Picador/Macmillan, 1994-1999
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55.3 Princess Grace Irish Library, 1998-2000
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55.4 Q, 1989-1999
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55.5-7 R, 1976-2001; also radio scripts by Joe Taylor (55.5)
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55.8 Random House, 1997
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55.9 Reynolds, Oliver, 1985-1989; also poems by Reynolds
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56.1-2 Royal Court Theatre, 1992-2004
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56.3 Royal National Theatre, 2001
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56.4-6 S, 1977-2002
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56.7, 57.1-3 Senfft, Alexandra, 1980-2001
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57.4 Smith, Jean Kennedy, 1998-2001
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57.5 Stafford-Clark, Max, regarding Hinterland, 2000-2002
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57.6 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, 1997-1998
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57.7-9 T, 1980-2002
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57.10, 58.1 U, 1976-1999
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58.2 V, 1980-2000
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58.3 W, 1976-2004
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58.4 The Whoseday Book, 1998-2000
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58.5 Wolfhound Press, 1980-1991; also catalogs
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58.6 Woolmer, J. Howard, 2000-2004
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58.7 Y, 1985-2002
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68.6 Zoetrope: All-Story, 1997-1998
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58.8 Christmas cards, circa 1983-2002, undated
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58.9 Personal greeting cards and postcards, circa 1980s-1990s
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59.1 Greeting cards regarding play performances, circa 1990s
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59.2 Messages, circa 1980s-1990s
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59.3 Third party incoming to Alison Deegan, 1995-2002
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59.4-8, 60.1-2 Unidentified, 1970-2002; also booklet Brazil Colors and Feelings (59.5), issue of Irish Historical Studies (November 1994) (60.1), photographs (60.2)
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60.3 Outgoing letter drafts and empty envelopes, circa 1982-2002

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Series III. Career, 1958-2004, undated

Awards and fellowships
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osf 1 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, poster (Annie Dunne), 2004
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60.4, osf 3 International Writing Program, University of Iowa, correspondence, newsletter, articles, photos, certificate, posters for readings, 1984-1985
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60.5 Ireland Funds Literary Award, speech, brochure, 1998
Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award, poetry submission, 1977
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60.6 Laurence Olivier Awards, program, seating list, 1996
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60.5, osf 3 Lloyds Private Banking Playwright of the Year, brochures, certificate, 1995-1997
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60.5 Writers' Guild Award, program, certificates, 1995
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60.7 Application materials, clippings, flyers for literary contests and publication subscriptions, 1980-1985, undated
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60.8 Biographical notes, undated
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60.9 Business cards, addresses, phone numbers, undated
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60.10 Calendar, 1989
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60.11 Contracts, 1980-2002
Programs (not Barry productions)
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61.1 The Abbey Theatre, 1962-1990
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61.2, 74.1 Bolshoi Theatre and assorted events, ticket stubs, 1958-2001
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61.3, osf 4 Publicity about Barry, articles, interviews, assorted serials, 1982-2002
Publisher catalogs
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61.4 Dolmen Press Books, 1983-1984
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61.5 Methuen, 1993-2002
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61.6 Various publishers and rare book sellers, 1980-1997, undated
Readings, lectures, literary festivals
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61.7 Les Belles Etrangeres Irlande literary tour, itineraries, program, French translations of readings, travel material, 1989
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62.1, osf 1, 3 Assorted, flyers, itineraries, programs, drafts of remarks, posters, 1983-2002
Royalty statements
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62.2 1980-1989
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62.3 1990-1995
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62.4 1996-1997
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62.5 1998-1999
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62.6 2000-2001
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63.1 2002-2004
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63.2 Notes about royalties and submissions, undated
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63.3 Teaching, Trinity College Dublin student assessments, 1996
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63.4 Travel, maps, receipts, ticket stubs, brochures, 1997-2002

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Series IV. Juvenilia and School, 1964-1983, undated

Art
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63.5-7 'Paintings and drawings, age 12-13,' sketches, watercolors, paintings, sketchbooks, circa 1964-1969
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63.8-9 Drawings (some by unidentified artists), sketches, watercolors, paintings, sketchbook, circa 1976-1983, undated
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64.1 Catholic University School. A Centenary Record, 1867-1967 publication (with annotations by Barry) and essay prompts, 1967
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64.2 Music notebook. Copied lyrics, musical scores, undated
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64.3 Poetry, songs, notes, 1971-1972
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64.4 Study and employment applications, circa 1977-1980
Trinity College, Dublin
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64.5-8 Examination Papers and notes, 1971-1977
Icarus literary journal, Issue No. 71, January 1977
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65.1 Submissions and correspondence, 1975-1976
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65.2 Production materials, advertising, 1976
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65.3 Publication (three copies), 1977
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65.4, osf 3 Student life. Dublin University Players photo and constitution, Trinity Week flyer, diplomas, commencement invitation, broadsheet of untitled literary journal edited by Maurice Scully [possibly The Beau or The Belle], 1976-1977

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Series V. Family and Personal, 1939-2004, undated

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65.5 Birth and baptismal certificates, handwritten draft of family tree, 1955, undated
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65.7 Clifden Arts Week, take nine, student's poetry, typescript booklet, 1985
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65.6 Identity cards, official documents, 1967-1991
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65.7 The Island People, Music Workshop Stage I, BBC Radio for Schools, Summer 1968, photocopy
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65.8 Lists of contacts, appointments, groceries, accounts, undated
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65.7 Michael Davitt Museum, contractor's restoration statement, circa 2000
Photographs
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66.1 Barry, Alison Deegan, circa 1980s-2000
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66.2 Barry with others (International Writers Program, Russia, unidentified), circa 1980s-1990s
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66.3 Family, handmade photo album, circa 1955-1967
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66.4 Barry, Joan O'Hara, circa 1940s-1950s
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66.5 Play productions, Prayers of Sherkin, Steward of Christendom, circa 1990s
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66.6 Unidentified (countryside, family and friends), circa 1939-1980s
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66.7 Printed material and brochures, assorted, circa 1960s-2002
Barry, Coral, Merlin, and Tobias (children)
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65.9-10 Drawings (includes notes by SB), undated
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65.11 Writings, letters, notes, sonogram photo, 1997-2004, undated
Deegan, Alison (wife)
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66.8 Four Seasons, A Little Chaos, draft fragments by Alison Deegan, circa 2000s
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osf 1 Prayers of Sherkin (play, 1990), poster signed by cast, 1990
O'Hara, Joan (mother)
Works and correspondence, 1947-1948
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66.9 The Grave Diggers, undated
Green Trees, undated
The Winding Road, undated
Printed material
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66.10 The Capuchin Annual (Ed. Father Senan, 1949)
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67.1 Theatre in Ireland (Micheál Mac Liammóir, 1950), programs (clippings inserted), acting resume 1950-1959, 1996

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Series VI. Works by Others, 1976-2002, undated

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67.2 Banville, Vincent, An End to Flight, page proofs, 2002
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67.3 Bolger, Dermot, Taking My Letters Back: New & Selected Poems, page proofs, 1998
Casey, Philip
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67.4 Sediment Rising: A Play in Two Acts , typescript, undated
The Well-Kept Ruin: A Play in Two Acts, typescript copy, undated
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67.5 Chagnaud, Isabelle, New Tendencies in Contemporary Irish Drama: The Theatre of Sebastian Barry, 1997-1998
Clémens, Eric
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67.6 Fiction: Language of the Languages (translated by Valérie Clémens and Steinunn Sigurdardóttir), undated
Losing the Voices (translated by Sebastian Barry), undated
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67.7 Connolly, Rita, Return to the Nation – Reinstating the Exile: A post-colonial reading of The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty, 1998
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68.7 Davey, Shaun (composer), The Death of Richard-In-Iron from The Granuaile Suite (1985), circa 1985
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67.8 Holmes, Douglas and Walter Willison, Greenwillow: The Musical Folktale (music and lyrics by Frank Loesser), typescript copy, 1997
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67.9 Keelan, Claudia, Narcissus' Rescue, photocopy, undated
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67.10 Kelly, Eamonn, Christmas in my Father's Time, typescript, undated
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67.11 Mathews, Aidan, Adventures in a Bathyscope, page proof copy, 1987
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67.12 Matthews, James, ["I am the fire…"], typescript, 1984
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67.13 O'Donnell, Mary, The Elysium Testament, typescript, 1999
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68.1 O'Flaherty, Liam, The Sniper, published copy, undated
Reynolds, Oliver
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68.2 From the Irish, typescript, undated
Rhondda Tenpenn'orth, pamphlet, undated
One Would Think the Deep to be Hoary (for Sebastian Barry), published copy, 1985
The Player Queen's Wife, page proof copy, 1987
Victoriana, typescript, undated
Unknown
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68.3 Attention Attention, undated
Cuaraoi Mac Daire's Kingdom, undated
[Dear 'Seb the Reb' You're a Broth of a Boy…], undated
The Figure on the Cross, undated
I Do Care, undated
Sounds of Paradise (a draft for Sebastian), 1976
Untitled, undated

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Series VII. Serials and Publications, 1945-2001

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69 Almugtama Magazine, undated (contains photo of Barry)
Anthos, No. 4, Summer 1975
Aquarius, No. 9, 1977
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27.4 Asylum Arts Review, Winter 1996 (contains The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty excerpt)
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69 The Bell, Vol. X, No. 6, September 1945
The Blue Canary, Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter 1986 (contains Thomas Moore in Key West; Thomas Moore in the Monument Creameries) (2 copies) (accompanying letter separated to box 42.5)
Books Ireland
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69 No. 41, March 1980
No. 88, November 1984
No. 89, December 1984
No. 93, May 1985
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6.8 No. 94, June 1985
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49.2 No. 129, February 1989 (contains listing)
No. 130, March 1989
No. 133, Summer 1989
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20.9 No. 219, February 1999 (contains review)
Broadsheet (belonged to Francis "Frank" Barry)
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No. 2, May 1967 (contains In Dante's Wood II by Francis Barry)
No. 3, December 1967 (contains You Are A Craftsman by Francis Barry)
No. 4, May 1968 (contains In Dante's Wood III by Francis Barry)
No. 5, June 1969 (contains Antique Song by Francis Barry)
No. 8, June 1970
No. 8A, July 1970
No. 9, August 1970
No. 10, March 1971 (contains Prayers for My Son by Francis Barry)
No. 12, August 1971
No. 13, December 1971 (two copies)
No. 14, May 1972
No. 15, September 1972
No. 16, December 1972
No. 17, March 1973
No. 18, June 1973
No. 19, October 1973
No. 20, March 1974 (two copies)
No. 21, June 1974
No. 22, December 1974
No. 24, July 1975
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75 Bygones (Evening Telegraph special publication), February 1997
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69 Chanticleer, Vol. 1, No. 1, Autumn 1952
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27.4 Cimarron Review, No. 116, July 1996 (contains The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty excerpt)
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75 The Cork Examiner, 17 December 1990
Cracked Lookingglass
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69 IV, June 1976
V, November 1976 (contains Cadenza 11)
VI, March 1977
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42.7 la Croix, 10 April 1998 (contains interview with Barry)
Cyphers
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69 No. 1, June 1975
No. 2, Winter 1975
No. 3, Summer 1976 (contains At a Gate of Saint Stephen's Green; Old Trees Shake their Leather Leaves)
No. 4, Winter 1976
No. 6, Summer 1977
No. 7, Winter 1977-1978 (contains Hermaphroditus)
No. 10, Spring 1979 (contains Two Brothers Up)
No. 11, Winter 1979
No. 12, Spring 1980 (contains Below Old Down Wood)
No. 15, Summer 1981 (contains The Park; The Return)
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70 No. 17, Summer 1982 (contains the End of the Year) (2 copies)
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31.9 No. 22, Winter 1984 (contains review)
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3.2 No. 27, Summer 1987 (contains Franciscos' Bull by Francis Barry and reviews by Sebastian Barry)
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70 The Dublin Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 2, Summer 1966
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2.7 The Dublin Review, No. 5, Winter 2001-2
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70 Encounter, Vol. V, No. 6, December 1955
Era, No. 3, circa 1977
Experiment
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70 Vol. 6, No. 3, 1952
Vol. 7, No. 1, 1954
Gargoyle, October 1952
Granta, Vol. LXII, No. 1183, May Week 1958
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75 Hibernia Fortnightly Review, 7 May 1976
The Honest Ulsterman
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70 No. 51, Jan/April 1976
No. 53, November/December 1976
No. 63, July/Oct. 1979
No. 64, Sept. 1979/Jan. 1980
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20.9 Hot Tickets, Evening Standard, 9 July 1998 (contains theater listing)
Icarus
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70 Vol. 2, No. 8, October 1952
No. 63, 1972
No. 67, Winter 1974
No. 69, Spring 1976
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65.3 No. 71, January 1977 (3 copies) (Barry edited this issue)
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71 No. 72, May 1977 (2 copies) (contains The Trouble with Knowing Maecenas; Hannibal)
No. 74, Summer/Autumn 1978 (contains Songs Against Winter)
In Dublin
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8.4 6 August 1987 (contains article about Barry)
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20.9 27 August-9 September 1998 (contains article about Barry and review)
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75 International Herald Tribune, 27 September 1997
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60.1 Irish Historical Studies, Vol. XXIX, No. 114, November 1994
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75 Irish Independent, 21 November 1990
Irish Literary Supplement, Vol. 9, No. 1, Spring 1990 (excerpt)
The Irish Press
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75 Vol. XLIX, No. 244, 13 October 1979 (excerpt)
Vol. XLIX, No. 77, 31 March 1979 (excerpt)
Irish Times
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68.5 8 June 1859 (photocopy)
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75 19 December 1975 (excerpt)
22 January 1977
2 October 1982 (excerpt)
25 September 2004 (excerpt)
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osf 4 1 October 2004 (excerpt) (contains Letter to Editor by Barry)
Irish Writing
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71 No. 24, September 1953
No. 31, Summer 1955
Isis, No. 1325, 11 June 1958
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8.4 Krino, No. 5, Spring 1988 (essay about Barry)
The Literary Review
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71 No. 12, 21 March-3 April 1980
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5.9 No. 53 (2 copies), November 1982 (contains Reflex Action)
London Magazine
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71 Vol. 20, No. 10, January 1981
Vol. 21, No. 4, July 1981
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4.9 Vol. 21, Nos. 5/6, August / September 1981
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71 Vol. 21, No. 7, October 1981
Vol. 21, No. 8, November 1981
London Review of Books
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75 23 May 1985
17 October 1985 (excerpt)
16 August 1990 (excerpt)
21 February 1991 (excerpt)
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27.7 Magill, April 1998 (contains review)
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47.10 la Main de Singe, No. 3, Winter 91/92
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71 the new review, Vol. 5, No. 2, Autumn 1978
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27.7 The New Yorker, 9 November 1998 (contains review)
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75 The Observer, 30 November 1986 (excerpt)
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71 Outposts, No. 24, 1953
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osf 2 Owl (Edited by Hayden Murphy), December 1974
Paris Voices
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72 No. 5, Summer 1979 (contains The Watercolorist) (2 copies)
No. 6, Spring 1980 (contains Old Head Hill; Old Head Valley; Old Head Lodge); also photo of unidentified woman
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osf 4 Plankton, No. 1, 1985
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72 Poésie et Théâtre, 1986
The Poetry Book Society Limited Bulletin
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72 No. 94, Autumn 1977
No. 96, Spring 1978
No. 98, Autumn 1978
No. 99, Christmas 1978
Check List of New Poetry, 1 July 1976 to 30 June 1977
Poetry Information, No. 16, Winter 1976/7
Poetry Ireland
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72 No. 14, July 1951 (contains She by Francis Barry) (2 copies)
No. 15, October 1951 (contains Fausta Sobella; Danb; Antelope by Francis Barry) (3 copies)
No. 19, October 1952 (2 copies) (contains For Jeannedarc by Francis Barry)
Poetry Ireland Review
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31.9 No. 10, Summer 1984 (contains The February Town and review)
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72 No. 16, Summer 1986 (contains Rudiments of Tailoring)
Poetry Review, Vol. 75, No. 2, August 1985 (contains review) (letter separated to 68.4)
Poetry Supplement
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72 Compiled by Colin Falck for the Poetry Book Society, Christmas 1977
Compiled by Patricia Beer for the Poetry Book Society, Christmas 1978
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73 Poetry Wales, Vol. 22, Issue 1, Summer 1986 (contains The Light Brigade)
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75 Quarto, No. 4, March 1980
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73 Radio Times, 29 May - 4 June 1999
Rann: An Ulster Quarterly of Poetry, No. 2, Autumn 1948
RTE Guide
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5.9 Vol. 4, No. 22, 30 May 1980 (contains listing)
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73 Vol. 23, No. 16, 17-23 April 1999
The Salmon, No. 16, Winter 1986 (contains Kelsha Yard, 1959) (2 copies)
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14.4 Shock, 1977 (contains Letter from a Damp House)
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73 The Southern Quarterly, Vol. 14, No. 4, July 1976
Spectator
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73 22 March 1980
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20.10 25 April 1998 (contains review)
St. Stephen's
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73 Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 1975
Vol. 3, No. 3, 1976
Stand Magazine
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5.4 Vol. 21, No. 1, 1979 / 1980 (contains An Hour After Lunch)
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17.4 Vol. 25, No. 2, Spring 1984 (contains excerpt from New Summer)
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31.9 Vol. 26, No. 1, Winter 1984-85 (contains review)
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osf 4 The Sunday Business Post, Agenda magazine, 6 September 1998
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75 Sunday Independent, Vol. 93, No. 19, 10 May 1998
The Sunday Press, 22 August 1982
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osf 4 The Sunday Times Culture, 9 June 2002
TCD Miscellany
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73 No. 1423, January 1975 (contains To an American of Certain Origin)
No. 1425, February 1975 (contains Take Care Snake, We'll Miss You)
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21.2 No. 1427, April 1975 (2 copies) (contains Oxford Ale)
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73 No. 1429, May 1975
Undated
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29.8 Theatre Ireland, No. 28, Summer 1992 (contains article about White Woman Street)
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73 Threshold, No. 26, Autumn 1975
Time Out
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20.10 29 April-6 May 1998 (contains listing)
6-13 May 1998 (contains listing)
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75 Times Literary Supplement, 31 May 1985
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17.4 Tracks, No. 3, 1983 (contains excerpt from New Summer)
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73 Transatlantic Review, No. 58/59, February 1977
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68.4 Trinity Trust News, Vol. 9, No. 1, November 1984
Trio, No. 5, January 1954
Two Rivers, Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1969
Zoetrope: All-Story
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68.6 Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1997
Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter 1998

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 Index of Selected Correspondents 

  • 78th Street Theatre Lab--40.4
  • Abbey Theatre--32.10, 40.4
  • Addison, Archie W.--32.8
  • The Agency--32.8, 40.1-5
  • Agnew, Pauleen--32.8
  • Ahern, Kieran--24.4
  • Airey, Mavis (The Press)--32.8
  • Alaney, Seamus--34.5
  • Allen, Georgina (Methuen)--21.9
  • Alliance Française--32.9
  • Almeida Theatre Company (Michael Attenborough)--32.10
  • Altamirano, Deb--32.9
  • Ambassade de France en Irlande--32.10, 43.6
  • Ambassade D'Irlande (France)--32.8
  • Ambassade D'Irlande (Switzerland)--32.9
  • Ambit--32.9
  • American Conservatory Theater--32.8, 32.10
  • American Embassy--32.8
  • Amoroso, E. V.--50.4
  • The Angels Club--32.8
  • An Roinn Gnóthaí Eachtracha (Department of Foreign Affairs)--32.8-9
  • Ansell, Joseph P., 1949- --32.8
  • Antaeus / The Ecco Press--40.6
  • Aosdána (Bernie)--32.8
  • A.P. Watt (Firm)--27.6, 40.3, 40.7, 60.4
  • Appletree Press--32.9
  • Arches Theatre Company (Glasgow, Scotland)--32.8, 32.10
  • Archibald, Douglas (Colby College)--32.8
  • The Arts Centre--32.9
  • Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon--32.9-10, 40.8, 41.1-7, 42.1-4
  • Arts Council of England--32.8, 32.10
  • Arts Council of Northern Ireland--32.8
  • Arvon Foundation, International Poetry Competition--32.9
  • Aspects Festival of Irish Writing--32.8, 32.10
  • Asylum Arts Review (Neil Murphy)--32.8
  • Atext Ltd.--32.9
  • Athenry Drama Group--32.8
  • The Atlantic (Peter Davison)--32.9
  • Authors' Licensing & Collecting Society--40.5
  • Avron Foundation--57.8
  • Babuty, Caroline--40.4
  • Ballon [?], Ruth--12.8
  • Bardwell, Leland--42.5, 59.5
  • Barlow, Alan--42.5
  • Barnes, Ben (National Theatre [Great Britain])--13.1
  • Barnum Production (Ruth L. Beaumont)--40.5
  • Barrett, John--24.5
  • Barrington, Brendan (The Dublin Review)--2.7
  • Barry, Alan (actor in Prayers of Sherkin)--22.4
  • Barry, Alan (actor in Prayers of Sherkin) and Maureen--59.1, 59.8
  • Barry, Desmond--43.1
  • Barry, Francis--43.2, 65.1
  • Barry, Guy--42.7, 59.1
  • Barry, Mathew--43.3
  • Barry, Siuban ("Báno")--43.4
  • Barth, Diana--43.5
  • Bauer, Jenny--42.7
  • BBC Northern Ireland--40.5, 42.5, 42.7
  • Beaufort Society of Oxford University (Andrew Humphrey)--42.7
  • Bennett, Susan--42.5
  • Berdon, Chris--42.6, 65.1
  • Besom Productions Ltd. (Fionnuala Sweeny)--42.7
  • Bhatt, Sujata--42.5
  • Biennales Internationales de Poesie--42.5
  • Birkeland, Doreen--28.2
  • Black, Cathal--43.8
  • Blackstaff Press--42.5
  • Blake, Nicholas (Macmillan)--20.3
  • Bloodaxe Books--42.7
  • Bloom, Claire--27.9
  • Blue Canary (Jeff Becker)--42.5
  • Boland, Rosita, 1965- --42.5
  • Bolger, Dermot, 1959- (Raven Arts Press)--30.9
  • Bothwell, Alicia L.--42.7
  • Bourne, Suzi, Vicki Liles, Linsey Hall--28.2
  • Bowe, Kate--42.7
  • Bowe, Nikki and Paddy--42.7
  • Boyne, Edward ("Ed")--42.5
  • Brandon Book Publishers
  • Brentford Watermans Arts Centre (Deborah Burton)--42.5, 42.7
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)--1.10, 4.10, 40.3, 42.5-7
  • Broad, Anna--42.5
  • Brochen, Julie--42.7
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music (Jayme Koszym, Joseph V. Melillo)--42.5, 54.3
  • Brophy, Michael K. (Lantern Theater Company)--23.9
  • Bruccoli Clark Layman--42.7
  • Buggy, Des--42.5
  • Burke, Monique--42.5
  • Burnett, Paula, 1942- --42.5
  • Burns, Fiona--42.5
  • Burton, Kate (Faber and Faber)--2.7
  • Bush Theatre (London, England) (Dominic Dromgoole, Mike Bradwell, Deborah Aydon)--40.1, 42.5
  • Byrne, Anne--42.5
  • Byrne, Carmel (Religious of the Sacred Heart)--42.5
  • Byrne, Mainerd [?]--42.6
  • Canongate Theatre Company--40.3
  • Carcanet Press--8.2, 8.4, 44.3-4, 44.7
  • Cargill, Angus (Faber and Faber)--15.8
  • Carnation Foods Company Ltd. (Jeremy G. Woolwich)--11.8, 44.2
  • Carr, Ellen (Huntington Theatre Company)--24.1
  • Carrick, Bernadette--43.6
  • Carrick, Danny--40.1
  • Casey, Philip, 1950- --31.2, 43.6, 43.8, 44.1
  • Cashman, Seamus--59.5
  • Cassidi, Deborah--43.7
  • Catholic University of America, Center for Irish Studies--43.7
  • Catholic University School Union--43.8
  • Cavanagh, Edith--43.6
  • Centre Dramatique Poitou-Charentes (Bruno de Visscher)--58.2
  • Chamberlain, Francis--24.4
  • Chamberlain (O'Donovan), Mary (Methuen)--44.5
  • Chicago Humanities Festival--43.7, 44.1
  • Christopher Ewart-Biggs Memorial Prize--43.7
  • Churchill, Caryl--43.7
  • Cimarron Review (Peter Donahue, Thomas E. Kennedy)--43.8, 49.4
  • City College of New York (Omar Shapli)--43.8
  • Clarke, Roger--44.6
  • Cleary, Carmel--43.6, 43.8
  • Clemens, Eric--44.2
  • Clifden Community Arts Week--43.7-8, 44.1, 50.5
  • Clune, Anne (University of Dublin)--43.8
  • Coats, Steve--44.1
  • Codd, Katrina--43.8
  • Cointepas, Odile--43.8
  • Coleman, Philip--43.6
  • Column Editions (Michael Earley)--46.6
  • Conlin, Stephen, 1959- --44.2
  • Connelly, D.--59.8
  • Connolly, Brigid--43.8
  • Connolly, Rita (singer)--59.6, 59.8
  • Conroy, Jarlath, 1944- --43.6-7, 60.2
  • Constantinescu, Emil, 1939- --43.8
  • Consulat Général D'Irlande--43.7
  • Contemporary Authors--44.2
  • Cooke, Emma--43.8
  • Coolera Dramatic Society--43.6
  • Cooper, Robert (BBC)--1.10
  • Coppage, Ann C.--43.7
  • Cork Festival of Drama--43.8
  • Costigan, John (National Theatre Society Limited)--3.9
  • Coudal, Mary Beth--43.7
  • Country Life--36.5
  • Court, Kathryn (Penguin [Firm])--2.10
  • Cowley, John--43.8
  • Cowley, Graham--43.7
  • Coy, Tom M.--43.8
  • Coyle, Evelen--27.7, 59.6
  • Crawley, Regina--45.3
  • Cripps, Anne (Grafton Books)--8.1, 44.1
  • Critics' Circle Drama Section--43.8
  • Cúirt International Festival of Literature--40.4
  • Culleton, Jim--22.4, 43.8
  • Cunill, Gonzalo--40.2
  • Cunneen, Michael J.--59.1
  • Curci, Stephanie (Penguin [Firm])--27.2, 27.6
  • Curtis Brown (Company) (Anne McDermid, Leah Schmidt)--3.8, 22.4, 44.7-8, 45.1-3, 60.4
  • Cyphers (Eliéan Chamberlain)--43.6, 43.8, 44.1-2
  • Daedalus Theater Company--32.10, 45.3, 45.5
  • Daily Telegraph--51.7
  • Dallat, Cahal--40.4, 45.5
  • Davey, Shaun--45.4
  • David, Michael (Dodger Theatrical Holdings, Inc.)--10.2, 27.7
  • Davison, Philip--45.4
  • Davreu, Robert--47.5
  • Dawe, Gerald, 1952- (Krino, University of Dublin)--45.6
  • De Bhál, Liam--65.1
  • de Wrixon, Susannah (actress)--59.1
  • Deegan, Alison ("BaBa")--45.7-8
  • Deegan, Barbara and Henry (Mother- and Father-in-law)--59.1
  • Deegan, Ingrid ("Ingy") (Sister-in-law)--58.9, 59.4, 59.6-7
  • Denez, Per--45.4
  • Devlin, Anne--24.4
  • Devlin, Martina (University of Dublin)--45.4
  • Dewulf, Elodie--40.4
  • Dillon, Eilís, 1920-1994--45.4, 47.10
  • Dodger Theatrical Holdings--46.1
  • The Dolmen Press (Colin Smythe Ltd.)--6.8, 46.2
  • Donnelly, Joseph--45.5
  • Donnelly, Marie--13.1, 48.4
  • Dooley, Maura--45.4
  • Dorfman, Toni (Yale University)--45.5
  • Dorgan, Theo--45.5
  • Dorr, Donal--45.4
  • Douglas Barrett Literary Agents--45.4
  • Dowling, Joe--24.4-5
  • Dowling, Vincent (Miniature Theatre of Chester)--45.2-3, 46.3
  • Doyle, Simon--45.4
  • Doyle, Ursula (Picador)--20.3, 26.3-5, 27.3, 27.6, 45.4, 54.8, 58.9
  • Drama Agency--32.8, 40.3
  • Dramatists Play Service (New York, N.Y.)--32.8, 32.10, 40.3, 45.4-5
  • Dromgoole, Dominic--45.5
  • Druid Theatre Company--45.4
  • The Dublin Review--2.7
  • Dublin Theatre Company (Ronan Wilmot)--45.5
  • Dublin Theatre Festival--45.4-5
  • Dublin University Literary Society (Gerry Boucher)--42.5
  • Duff, Clodagh--45.5
  • Dumay, Emile-Jean (Socièté Française e'Etudes Irlandaises)--46.4
  • Duncan, Paul--45.4
  • Dunne, Eamonn--45.4
  • Dunne, Emma (New Island)--31.3
  • Durcan, Paul--45.5
  • Dwan, David--40.1
  • Eastern Kentucky University (Joseph W. Flory)--46.5
  • The Economist--46.5
  • Editura Fundatiei Culturale Romane--40.4
  • Embajada de México Irlanda--46.6
  • Emory University. Theater Emory (Vincent Murphy)--57.7
  • Encounter--34.6
  • Engle, Paul, 1908-1991 (University of Iowa. International Writing Program)--46.7, 57.10
  • English Literary Society (Bill Tinley)--46.5
  • English Speaking Union, Trinity College--46.5
  • Enniss, Stephen (Emory University)--46.8
  • Études Irlandaises--46.5
  • Evans, Richard B.--46.5
  • Ewart, Gavin--65.1
  • Exiles Theatre Ltd.--46.5, 55.6
  • Faber and Faber--2.2, 2.7, 2.8, 2.10, 10.4, 13.2, 14.7, 15.4, 15.7-8, 29.10, 40.7, 44.8, 46.9, 47.2, 59.1, 66.9
  • Famcron, Isabelle--47.1
  • Farrar, Straus, and Giroux--46.9
  • Farleigh, John (Queen's University of Belfast)--47.3
  • Farleigh, Lynn--18.3, 46.9, 47.1
  • Farrell, Lia--58.7
  • Feehily, Stella (playwright)--59.7
  • Feeley, Charlotte--46.9
  • Filton, Margaret--48.4
  • Fishamble Theatre Company (Jim Culleton)--47.1
  • Fisher, Deirdre--46.9
  • FitzGerald, Caroline ("Caro") (director of Boss Grady’s Boys)--58.9, 59.1, 59.6-7
  • Fitzgerald, Desmond--24.5
  • Fitzgerald, Lynn Foster--47.1
  • Fitz-Simon, Christopher--46.9, 47.1
  • Flood, Kevin--59.1
  • Flynn, Brandon--43.6
  • Flynn, Ciara (Abbey Theatre)--51.7
  • Focus Ireland--46.9
  • Focus Point Ireland--8.4
  • Fogarty, Sharon (New York University)--40.3
  • Foster, Roy F. (Hertford College)--24.5, 46.9
  • Fox, Clare--47.1
  • Foy, P.--47.1
  • Friberg, Hedda--46.9
  • Friedman, David Benioff--46.9, 58.3
  • Furiani, Anna Giorgi--46.9
  • Gaisner, Rhea--47.7
  • Gallagher, Sam--47.5
  • Gallagher, Suzannah and Bridget McKeever--47.5
  • Gallery Press--47.5, 47.8
  • Gallix, François--47.5
  • Galloglass Theatre Company--47.6
  • Galway Arts Centre--47.6
  • Gargoyle Magazine (Peacock Press)--47.5, 60.2
  • Gawade, Jeremy (Lee & Thompson Solicitors)--47.6
  • George Devine Award--47.5
  • Ghens, Marc Julian--47.6
  • Giddings, Nicole--54.3
  • Glover, Julian, 1935- --47.5-6
  • Golden, Frank--47.5
  • Goldsmith, Keith (Carcanet)--8.4
  • Gore & Grimes--47.10
  • Grafton Books (Steve Savage, Nancy Webber)--8.1, 8.4, 44.8, 47.5, 47.9
  • Granta Books--45.1
  • Greacen, Robert--47.5
  • The Green Book (Keith Spencer, Linda Saunders)--47.5
  • Greenwood, Margaret--47.6
  • Gresser, Wendy (The Agency)--23.9
  • Griffin, Eltin--47.5
  • Grobe, Christopher--47.6
  • Hall, Bill--48.1
  • Hall, Peter, 1930 November 22- --48.1
  • Hallberg, Linn--48.1
  • Hamilton, Hugo--47.10
  • Hampstead Theatre (Jenny Topper)--45.1
  • Hanna, David and Kay--48.1
  • Hansen, Teri--48.3
  • Harbour, Michael--24.4, 47.10
  • Hardiman, Tomás--24.5
  • Harrower, Natalie--48.3
  • Hastings, Maire--48.3
  • Hawk's Well Theatre--48.3
  • Hawthornden Castle International Retreat for Writers--47.10
  • Hayes, Henry Root--47.10
  • Hayes, Trudy--47.10
  • Healy, E_____--48.2
  • Healy, Jack--48.2
  • Heath, Rachel (Macmillan Publishers, Picador)--27.3, 58.9
  • Hegarty, Judy--48.1
  • Heinemann (Firm) (Katherine Fry)--40.3, 58.3
  • Hemming, Sarah--48.1, 58.9
  • Henry, Patrick J. ("Paddy")--24.5
  • Herman Good, Hubert Wine & Co. (John Jay)--47.10
  • Hertz, Kellen--48.1
  • Hickey, Kieran, 1936- --47.10
  • Higgins, Aidan, 1927- --12.8, 24.5
  • Higgins, Geraldine--48.2
  • Higgins, Polly--42.7
  • Hodell, Courtney (Viking Penguin)--26.5, 27.2, 58.2
  • Hoepffner, Bernard--47.10
  • Hogan, Mary--48.3
  • Holder, Ursula--47.10
  • Hollier, David--48.3
  • Holohan, Renagh, 1947- --48.2
  • Holroyd, Eileen--48.2
  • Hope Leresche & Sayle (Theresa Sayle)--47.10
  • Hopkins, Shannon (Yakima Valley Community College)--48.3
  • Howard, Amy--48.1
  • Hunt, Eamon--47.10
  • Hunt, Marsha, 1946- --48.3
  • Hunter, Ellen--47.10
  • Huntington Theatre Company--48.2
  • Hurley, Joseph (Irish Echo)--48.1-2, 48.4
  • Hutchinson Junior Books Limited--47.10
  • Hynes, Garry--47.10
  • Instituto Italiano di Cultura--48.5
  • International Creative Management (Catherine King)--48.7
  • International IMPAC Dublin Literary Reward--48.4
  • Iowa Review--48.5
  • Ireland Funds--48.5
  • Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement--48.5
  • Irish Press (David Marcus)--48.4-5
  • Irish Repertory Theatre--40.4
  • Irish Times (Caroline Walsh, Bernice Harrison, Kevin Myers, Brenda McNiff)--48.4-5
  • Irish Theatre Awards--48.5
  • Irish Theatre Magazine--48.4
  • Irish Writers' Centre--48.4
  • Irish Writers' Union--49.1
  • Ironwood--48.5
  • Jalem Productions (Connie McCauley)--32.8
  • Jaquarello, Roland--49.3
  • Jensen, Kirsten--49.3
  • John Calder Publishers--49.3
  • Johnson, Gem--49.3
  • Johnston, Fred--49.3
  • Johnston, Jennifer, 1930- --4.2, 49.3
  • Joinson, Madeline (Out of Joint [Theater company])--20.8
  • Jonathan Cape Ltd.--44.8, 49.3
  • Kabdebo, Thomas (Maynooth College)--49.4
  • Kadish, Katherine--49.4
  • Karabinska-Ganey, Anna--40.4
  • Keelan, Claudia, 1959- --49.5
  • Keely, Siobhan--51.7
  • Keene, Madeline--67.7
  • Kellegher, Tina--24.4
  • Kelly, Cara--24.4
  • Kelly, David--49.4
  • Kelly, W. John--32.8
  • Kennedy, David--49.4
  • Kennedy, Sophie--48.4
  • Kenny, Mary--49.4
  • Kestrel Books--49.4
  • Keys, Rosemary Fleming--40.3
  • Kilroy, Thomas ("Tom")--49.4
  • Kinch, Douglas--48.6
  • Kinevan, Pat--18.3
  • Kingston, Philip--45.3
  • Kostick, Conor (Writers against the War)--49.4
  • Krino (John Dunne)--49.4
  • Kuti, Elizabeth ("Liz")--49.4
  • Lantern Theatre Company--40.3
  • Laurann, Susann--49.7
  • Laurence Olivier Awards--49.7
  • Lawlor, Mark (University of Dublin)--49.6
  • Ledent, Isabelle--40.3
  • Leemann, Christa--50.1
  • Lehbert, Margitt--49.7
  • Leinster School of Speech & Drama--40.4
  • Leland, Mary--49.7
  • Lemon, Sheila (The Agency)--24.5, 49.7
  • Leonard, Jane--49.7
  • Liberties Press--49.6
  • Liddy, James, 1934- (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)--49.6-7
  • L'Imaginaire Irlandais--48.5
  • Lichtenstein, Harvey (Brooklyn Academy of Music)--23.9, 42.5
  • Lilliput Press (Vivienne Guinness)--49.7
  • Linehan, Fergus, 1934- --49.7
  • Linehan, Rosaleen--49.7
  • The Listener--36.1
  • The Literary Review--49.7
  • Llewellyn-Jones, Margaret (University of North London)--40.2, 49.6
  • Lloyd, David--65.1
  • Lloyd's Private Banking Playwright of the Year Award--49.7
  • Lodge, Michelle--43.8
  • Lomas, Herbert ("Bertie")--49.6-7
  • London Magazine (Alan Ross)--49.6-7
  • London Review of Books (Susannah Clapp, John Lanchester, Karl Miller)--50.2
  • Longley, Michael--49.6
  • Loughlin, Bernard (Tyrone Guthrie Center)--50.3
  • Lovelace, Ann--40.3
  • Lowndes, Nick (Faber and Faber)--15.8
  • Lynch, Eileen (Dutton's Brentwood Books)--49.6
  • Lynch, Loretto--24.5
  • McAnna, Ferdia (writer)--59.7-8
  • McCallister, Jinny; Rachel, Hannah (Almeida Theatre)--28.2
  • McCann, Donal--24.4, 50.4-5
  • McCann, Elizabeth Ireland--40.2
  • McCann, Joe--50.5
  • MacCarthy, Conor--50.4
  • McCarthy, Dermod--55.5
  • McCarthy, Flor--40.4
  • McCarthy, Maggie--24.4
  • McCarthy, Muriel--50.4
  • McCarthy, Thomas, 1954- --30.9, 31.1
  • McCrea, Barry--50.4
  • McDonnell, Jane Taylor--50.5
  • Mac Dunaidy, Seamas--50.4
  • McFall, Linda--50.5
  • McGilligan, Gina--51.1-3
  • McGillivray, Kim--54.7
  • McGuckin, Aislin--24.4
  • McGoldrick, Peter--24.5
  • McGorman, J.--50.5
  • McGuiness, Frank--12.8, 24.4, 27.9
  • McGuire, Lesley--50.4
  • MacIntyre, Barbara and Tom--50.5
  • McKenna, James--50.4
  • McKernan, Maggie (Jonathan Cape Ltd)--51.4
  • Mackintosh, James--50.6
  • McLachlan, Nicholas--50.5
  • McLoughlin, Carmel and Thomas--18.3, 58.9, 59.1, 59.4
  • McLoughlin, Michael (Michael McLoughlin PR)--2.9
  • McMahon, Deirdre--50.4
  • McManus, Alexander--50.5
  • McNulty, John--50.5
  • McRilke, Tom--50.4
  • Mack, Catherine--50.4
  • Madigan, Moira--50.5
  • Mahony, Christina Hunt ("Tina")--43.8, 50.4-5
  • Maison Antoine Vitez--40.2
  • Malahat Review--50.5
  • Malahide, Patrick--12.8
  • Malikyan, Kevork--24.5, 59.1
  • Manges, Sarah (Penguin [Firm])--2.4, 15.8
  • Manhattan Theatre Club--43.8
  • Markham, E. A.--48.6
  • Marlowe, Ina--4.3, 50.7
  • Marsack, Robyn--8.4
  • Martin Brian & O'Keefe Ltd. (Christopher Stout)--43.2, 50.5
  • Martin Secker & Warburg--44.8, 50.4
  • Mason, Patrick (National Theatre Society Limited)--24.4
  • Masters, Romily Walton--40.3
  • Matheson Ormsby Prentice--50.8
  • Mathews, Aidan C. (Radio Telfés Éireann)--55.5
  • Megged, Eyal--50.5
  • Mendel, Margaret--50.5
  • Mercier Press--50.5
  • Meridian Theatre Company--50.5
  • Mesterházi, Márten--22.4, 45.3
  • Methuen--18.6, 20.4, 21.9, 25.2, 40.4-5, 44.5, 51.5
  • Meyer, Carolyn--50.4, 55.4
  • Mielke, Laura--50.4
  • Miller, Catharina Sundholm--50.4
  • Miller, Pat--50.4
  • Mirre, Jean--51.6
  • Mollet, Tania--13.1
  • Molloy, Dearbhla--13.1
  • Molloy, M. J.--50.5
  • Monogram Productions (Eileen Quinn)--50.4-5, 55.4
  • Moran, Lynda--50.4
  • More-O'Farrell, Richard and Grania (neighbors)--12.8
  • Morley, David--42.5, 50.5
  • Morvan, Francoise--50.4
  • Mulkerns, Val--50.4
  • Mullally, Claire--45.1
  • Mullen, Melita--50.4
  • Muller, Helmut--50.4
  • Murphy, Emily--50.5
  • Murphy, Fionnuala--18.3
  • Murphy, Karl--50.4
  • Murphy, Linda (Huntington Theatre Company)--24.1
  • Murphy, Mary--50.4
  • Murphy, Michael J. ("Mike") (Emdee Productions)--50.4
  • Murphy, Neil (Asylum Arts Review)--27.4
  • Murphy, Wesley (actor)--24.4
  • Murray, Christopher (University College Dublin)--50.4
  • Murray, Patricia--24.5
  • Murray, Rory--24.4
  • Murray Pollinger--58.9
  • Murrays--50.5
  • Mustardseed Arts Trust--50.5
  • National Maternity Hospital (Peter Boylan)--51.7
  • National Society of the Writers of Wales--48.6
  • National Theatre Society (Dublin, Ireland) (Christopher Fitz-Simon, Martin Fahy, Vincent Dowling, Patrick Mason, Karin McCully, Judy Friel, James Hickey, Ben Barnes, Sharon Murphy)--3.9, 40.3, 40.5, 44.8, 45.1, 52.1-7, 53.1-8, 57.5, 60.1
  • New Dramatists (Tom Dun)--51.8
  • New Island Books (Fidelma Slattery, Ciara Considine)--51.7, 67.2-3
  • New Theatre (Ronan Wilmot)--51.7
  • New Yorker--51.8
  • New Zealand International Festival of the Arts (Carla van Zon)--54.1
  • Newman, Jonathan--24.4
  • [Nightengarh?], Ruth (78th Street Theatre Lab, New York)--4.3
  • Nolan, Eoghan--51.8
  • Nolan, Jim--51.7
  • Norris, David--51.8, 59.8
  • The North American Review--5.12
  • Norton, Jim ("Trooper") (actor)--58.9
  • Nunn, Trevor--59.1
  • O'Brian, Patrick--54.3
  • O'Brien, Breda--54.3
  • O'Brien Press (Catherine Boland)--54.3
  • O'Brien, Stella--54.3
  • The Observer (Kate Kellaway)--38.5, 54.3
  • O'Casey Theatre Training Centre (Shivaun O'Casey)--54.3
  • O'Donnell, Mary--54.2
  • O'Dwyer, Marion--18.3
  • O'Grady, Desmond (poet) and Ellen Beardsley--59.4
  • O'Hara, Joan--18.3, 43.2, 54.2-3, 54.5-6
  • O'Hara, Mary and Pat O'Toole--18.3, 54.3
  • O'Hara, Mary (singer, aunt) and Mel--24.5
  • Oldroyd, Will [?]--28.2
  • Oleander Press (Philip Ward)--58.3
  • O'Loughlin, Michael, 1958- --30.9
  • O'Neil, Nicholas (Liquid Films Ltd.)--40.3
  • Operating Theatre--51.8
  • O'Séaghdha, Barra--56.5
  • O'Sullivan, Kiera--40.3
  • O'Sullivan, Mairead--24.5
  • Organic Touchstone Company (Chicago) (Ina Marlowe)--24.2, 40.3, 54.4
  • Ormsby, Frank (The Hones Ulsterman)--33.1, 34.2
  • Oscar Wilde Autumn School--54.2
  • Out of Joint [Theater company]--40.3, 54.1-3
  • Oxford Companion to Literature (Robert Welch)--54.3
  • Oxford Stage Company--54.2
  • The Paris Review (George Plimpton)--5.7, 54.7-8
  • Parkinson, Siobhán (Focus Point Ireland)--8.4
  • Partisan Review--5.13
  • Paterson, Peggy--40.4
  • Pearson, Nnoel--22.4
  • Pearson, Sally (Out of Joint [Theater company])--13.1, 23.9, 24.4
  • Peaslee, Dick--54.8
  • Pembroke Public Relations--54.7
  • Penguin (Firm) (Kathryn Court, Paul Slovak, Courtney Hodell, Jonathan Burnham)--2.4, 15.7, 40.7, 55.1, 60.4
  • Peter Hall Company (Peter Hall, Dominic Dromgoole, Elizabeth Alexander)--48.1, 54.7-8
  • Phelan, Diarmuid Rossa (University College, Dublin)--54.7-8
  • Picador (Peter Straus, Rachel Heath, Jonathan Riley, Ursula Doyle, Camilla Elworthy)--45.2, 55.2, 58.9
  • Pierpan, Nicholas--40.4
  • Pigsback Theatre Company (Jim Culleton)--54.7
  • PN Review--54.8
  • Poetry Ireland (Theo Dorgan, Rory Brennan, Dennis O'Driscoll)--54.7-8
  • Poetry Ireland Review (Thomas McCarthy)--54.8
  • Poetry Review (Pat Forbes)--37.5, 54.7
  • Poetry Wales (Mike Jenkins)--54.8
  • Poolbeg Press (David Marcus)--54.8
  • Power, Michael--24.5
  • Princess Grace Irish Library--55.3
  • Prouteau, Hélène--45.1, 54.7
  • Queen's University of Belfast (Edna Langley)--49.6, 55.4
  • Quinn, Ciarán--55.4
  • Raidió Teilifís Éireann--40.3, 55.5
  • Raine, Craig (Faber and Faber)--32.3
  • Random House (Firm)--55.8
  • Raven Arts Press (Dermot Bolger)--55.5
  • Reid, Graham--55.5, 58.8
  • Reihill, Clare (Faber and Faber)--2.2
  • Review--55.7
  • Reynolds, Oliver--55.9
  • Richard, Jean-Pierre, 1949- --40.1, 55.6-7
  • Riley, Jonathan (Faber and Faber)--47.1-2
  • Roberts, Hannah--40.3, 54.2
  • Roche, Billy (playwright) and Patti--18.3, 55.7, 59.4, 59.7
  • Roffey, Brenda--24.4, 55.6
  • Rogoff, Gordon, 1931- --55.5
  • Romanian Embassy--32.8
  • Rome, Jim--55.6
  • Roper, Anne--55.6
  • Rorke, Billy--24.4
  • Ross, Alan--36.1, 55.5, 55.7
  • Rouyer, Philippe--55.7
  • Royal Court Theatre (Max Stafford-Clark, Stephen Daldry, Graham Whybrow, Ian Rickson)--24.4, 45.1-2, 56.1-2
  • Royal National Theatre (Great Britain) --40.3-4, 45.1, 55.6-7
  • Royal Shakespeare Company (Nicky Pallot)--55.6-7
  • Rubicon (David Manicom, Mary Ladky, Chuck Foran)--55.5
  • Ryan, David (Ryan Publishing)--55.5
  • Ryan, Phyllis--13.1, 18.3, 24.5
  • Rylance, Mark (Shakespeare Globe Trust)--55.6
  • Rylands, Jean--55.5
  • S. Fischer Verlag (Ursula Köhler)--27.6, 40.7, 56.6
  • Salmon Publishing (Jessie Lendennie)--56.5
  • Samuel French Ltd.--40.3
  • Sanders, Susan E. (Northern Essex Community College)--22.4
  • Savage, Steve (Grafton Books)--8.1, 8.4
  • The Scarlet Quarterly (Alexa Alfer)--56.5
  • Schmidt, Leah (The Agency, Curtis Brown)--23.6, 23.9, 24.7, 40.1-4, 44.8, 45.1-3, 46.1, 46.4
  • Schray, Phyllis (Dodger Theatrical Holdings, Inc.)--10.2
  • Scott, Lyn (Fu-Jen Catholic University)--40.4
  • Scully, Maurice--33.2
  • Seide, Stuart--24.7, 50.5
  • Senfft, Alexandra ("Alexi")--56.7, 57.1-3
  • Sewanee Review--5.9
  • Shaw, Fiona, 1958- --56.6
  • Shakespeare's Globe (Mark Rylance)--56.4
  • Shea, Glenn--56.4
  • Sigurdardottir, Steinunn--56.5
  • Simpson Fox Associates (Georgina Capel)--56.4
  • Sinclair-Stevenson, Christopher--45.1
  • Sindberg, Anne Marie--43.8
  • Sisley, Dianne--56.6
  • Sligo Literary Festival (Leland Bardwell)--56.6
  • Slovak, Paul (Penguin Putnam Inc.)--27.6
  • Smith and Krause--40.5
  • Smith College (Olwen O'Herlihy Dowling)--56.6
  • Smith, Jean Kennedy--57.4
  • Snell, Gordon--56.4
  • Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques--40.2, 56.4
  • Society of Irish Playwrights--56.5
  • Sonzogni, Marco--56.6
  • Sorenson, Dave--56.5
  • South Bank Centre (Liam Browne)--56.4, 56.6
  • Speakman, Diane--56.6
  • Spencer, Philip--56.6
  • St. Martin's Press (Maura E. Burnett)--56.6
  • St. Peter's College--56.4
  • Stafford-Clark, Max (Out of Joint [Theater company], Royal Court Theatre)--12.6, 13.1, 24.4, 54.2-3, 56.1, 57.5
  • Stand Magazine (Jon Silkin, John Wardle, Lorna Tracy)--56.5
  • Steppenwolf Theatre Company--40.3, 40.5
  • Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc. (George M. Nicholson)--56.4
  • Stewart Parker Trust (John Farleigh)--56.4
  • Strachan, Geoffrey (Methuen)--24.5
  • Straus, Peter (Macmillan Publishers)--27.6
  • Studies: Irish Quarterly Journal--56.5
  • Suh, Mary (The New York Times)--19.2
  • Sun Valley Writers' Conference--56.6
  • Sunday Independent (Madeline_____)--56.5
  • Sunday Tribune (John Carlos)--56.5
  • Sundrive Players--40.4
  • Susan Smith Blackburn Prize (Julia O'Faolain, William Blackburn, Connie Harman, Mimi Kilgore)--57.6
  • Sutton, Jo--56.6
  • Sweeney, Matthew, 1952- --30.9, 31.1, 48.6, 56.5
  • Synge Summer School--56.4, 56.6
  • Tallentire, Anne, 1949- --57.9
  • Taylor, Joe--57.8
  • Teatrul Sica Alexandrescu--57.8
  • Temenos (Jeremy Reed)--57.8
  • Temple Bar Gallery & Studios (Frank Golden)--57.8
  • Terenure Library--57.7
  • Theatre Museum--40.1
  • Theatre-Verlag Desch--40.3
  • Thompson, Kate--57.8
  • The Threepenny Review (Wendy Lesser)--36.2, 57.8
  • Timmerman, Kenneth R.--57.8
  • The Times (Erica Wagner)--57.7-9
  • The Times Literary Supplement--38.4, 57.7-8
  • Todd-Crawford, Lynn--57.7
  • Toime, Elmar (New Zealand Post)--57.8
  • Toi Whakaari New Zealand Drama School--57.8
  • Tony Ball Associates (Stephen Harrison)--57.9
  • Towb, Harry ("DaDa") (Old Vic Theatre [London, England])--57.9, 59.6
  • Town Hall Theatre--57.7
  • Tracks (Jack Harte)--57.8
  • Tranier, Jacques--32.10
  • Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland) (S.E. Wilmer, Gerald Dawe, Nicholas Grene, Barbara Wright)--57.10, 58.1
  • Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Library--57.7
  • Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Samuel Beckett Centre for Drama and Theatre Studies--40.1, 57.10
  • TriQuarterly (Reginald Gibbons)--57.8
  • Troka, Joan Strickland--57.7
  • Turner, Catherine (Macmillan Publishers)--27.3
  • Universität Wien, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik--32.10
  • University College, Cork (Ger FitzGibbon, Tom Dunne)--57.10
  • University College, Dublin (Tony Rorke, Michael O'Dea, Joseph Long)--40.3, 57.10, 58.1
  • University College, London. Literary Society (Bryony Rogers)--57.10
  • University of Birmingham (David Edgar)--57.10
  • University of Leeds--57.10
  • Unitext (Romanian publisher)--4.1, 58.1
  • Varoutsikos, Fabienne--58.2
  • Verbal Arts Centre--58.2
  • Victor Gollancz Ltd.--43.2, 58.2
  • Viking Penguin--27.6, 58.2
  • Visscher, Bruno de (Centre Dramatique Poitou-Charentes)--43.8
  • Volansky, Michele (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)--56.6
  • Waldron, Liam--58.3
  • WAMU-FM (Radio station : Washington, D.C.) (Diane Rehm Show)--58.3
  • Ward, Vincent (Vincent Ward Films)--55.4
  • Washington Times Foundation (Halvard K. Iversen)--58.3
  • Watt, Jill--40.3
  • Wesker, Arnold, 1932- --24.5
  • Westenhoff, Doile--58.3
  • Wheatley, David--58.3
  • White, Lucy--58.3
  • White, Victoria--58.3
  • The Whoseday Book (Marie Donnelly, Eileen Pearson, Lelia Doolan)--58.4
  • WHYY (Radio station : Philadelphia, Pa.) (Fresh Air, Monique Nazareth)--58.3
  • Wickla, Dunneof--58.3
  • Williams, Peter--58.3
  • Wilmer, S. E. ("Steve")--58.3
  • Wilson Hartnell Public Relations--58.3
  • Wilson, Wils--40.2
  • Wolfhound Press (Seamus Cashman, Mary Paul Keane)--58.5
  • Woodland, John (Belvoir St Theatre)--21.1
  • Woods, Dinah (Faber and Faber)--59.1
  • Woods, Macdara--43.6, 58.3
  • Woods, Richard--58.3
  • Woolmer, J. Howard--58.6
  • Writers' Guild of Great Britain--58.3
  • Writers' Week--58.3
  • Yang, Bo--58.7
  • Yankowitz, Susan and Herbert Leibowitz--58.7, 58.9
  • Yeates, Raymond--40.1
  • Yew Tree Theatre Company--58.7
  • Yip, David--58.7
  • Zamfirescu, Elena (Embassy of Romania)--46.5
  • Zoetrope: All-Story (Adrienne Brodeur)--68.6
  • Unidentified--13.1, 18.3, 24.4-5, 42.6, 45.4-5, 49.3, 50.5, 54.3, 58.9, 59.1, 59.4-8, 60.2
  • Unidentified newspaper--38.5
  • Unidentified (Institute of Contemporary Art)--24.5
  • Unidentified (University of São Paulo)--58.1, 59.5, 59.7
  • Unidentified (Siofra Productions)--59.6
  • _____Aidan--59.4
  • _____Alex--59.7
  • _____Andrea--59.1
  • _____Andy--59.1
  • _____Anne--58.9, 59.5-6
  • _____Anne (Royal Court Theatre)--23.7, 24.7
  • _____Barbara _____ and Gordon Tow--60.2
  • _____Barney (Dodger Theatrical Holdings, Inc.)--10.2
  • _____Bart and Rosie--59.7
  • _____Bella (National Theatre [Great Britain])--51.7
  • _____Ben--59.1
  • _____Billie--59.4
  • _____Brian--59.8
  • _____Brín--59.4, 59.6
  • B_____, Gerry--58.9
  • _____Camille--59.6
  • _____Catha--59.1
  • _____Catherine--59.4, 59.7
  • _____Cathy--28.2
  • _____Christopher--32.8, 59.4, 59.6
  • _____Ciera (National Theatre [Great Britain])--13.1
  • _____Claire (Faber)--2.8
  • C_____ain, Leán Ni--43.8
  • _____Daragh (Limelight International Artists)--49.7
  • _____Darryl--59.5
  • _____David--59.4
  • _____Des and Anne--59.8
  • _____Diana--59.6
  • D_____, Greg--45.4
  • D_____, Jan--59.1
  • _____Elena--51.7
  • _____Erica--59.6
  • F_____, Christopher
  • F_____, Maggie--59.8
  • F_____, Sarah--59.8
  • _____George--59.1
  • _____Gerald--30.9
  • _____Hazel--59.4
  • _____[Healy?], Anna--13.1
  • _____Jack--58.8, 59.6
  • _____Jane--59.1, 59.6-7
  • _____Jim--59.6
  • _____Jo--59.6
  • _____Joan--58.8-9
  • _____John--24.5, 60.1
  • _____Judi (National Theatre [Great Britain])--51.7
  • _____June--59.1, 59.7
  • _____Kathy--47.6
  • _____Laura--59.1
  • _____Les and Janet--59.6
  • _____Loraine--59.4
  • L_____, David--49.7
  • _____Maeve--24.5
  • _____Maggie Mae--59.1
  • _____Máire--59.4
  • _____Margaret--59.7
  • _____Maria--59.4
  • _____Mark (National Theatre [Great Britain])--51.7
  • _____Mark--59.7, 60.2
  • _____Martin--24.4
  • _____Mary--58.7
  • _____Maura--59.1
  • _____Maura and Jean--18.3
  • _____M.C.--10.2
  • _____Michael--59.6-7
  • _____Michael and Gabrielle--58.9
  • _____Mikam[?](National Theatre Society Limited)--3.9
  • M_____, Fiona--50.4
  • Mc_____, Anna--50.4
  • _____N--59.4
  • O'Hara, _____--54.3
  • _____, Olwen--59.1 (either Olwen Fouere [actress] or Olwen Dowling [wife of Vincent Dowling])
  • _____Owen--59.1
  • _____"Paddy"--59.5
  • _____Patrick--59.4
  • _____Paul--24.5, 60.1
  • _____Paula--58.8
  • _____Pauline--24.5
  • _____Petri--59.5
  • _____Philip--59.1, 59.4, 59.8
  • _____Rachel--59.1
  • _____Richard--28.2
  • Rigg, _____--60.2
  • _____Rob and unidentified--58.9
  • _____Rory--59.4
  • _____Rose--59.7
  • _____Sean--60.1
  • _____Shawn--59.7
  • _____Sien--24.5
  • _____Sophia--59.7
  • _____Sue--18.3
  • _____Susi--59.1, 59.7
  • _____Thanna and Edward--59.6
  • _____Tina--59.8
  • _____Tom--50.4
  • _____Wendy--58.3

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 Index of Poems 

Index of Poems (by title--or first line when untitled)

When Barry's materials arrived they included large piles of poetry drafts that were in no discernible order. These drafts have been grouped together according to similar language and imagery, and then alphabetized by the most dominant title. For example, if for a poem published as "Title A" Barry also wrote drafts under several different working titles, each title would be listed alphabetically below but all drafts would physically share the folder labeled "Title A." In other words, all similar drafts are grouped together. The notation below is boxnumber.foldernumber.sleevenumber. For example, the poem "The Accident" is located in 33.6.1, or Box 33, Folder 6, Sleeve 1. When placing your request in the reading room, please only ask for boxes or folders (i.e., no sleeve numbers).

  • [title illegible]--37.1.8
  • [----] Account--37.5.1
  • 2 ["When the snow light has gone..."]--34.2.4
  • 37 Elements--37.5.4
  • 1976--34.6.1
  • A.--33.2.12
  • Untitled ["A fur coat the did not suit you..."]--38.2.9
  • Untitled ["A pair of comic-book heroes disguised as state villains..."]--33.4.4
  • Untitled ["A pair of comic-book heroes disguised as state-villains..."]--33.4.4
  • The Accident--33.6.1
  • The Account--33.1.1
  • Alesford--32.4
  • Alexandra--32.2
  • All Things in all Times Fly in their Elements to the Sanctuary of Little Jerusalem--38.7
  • Untitled ["All you who by night or light of day…"]--38.7
  • An Account of a Chief Occurance[sic] of Ireland--33.1.2
  • An Account of the Chief Occurances[sic] of Ireland--33.1.2
  • An Adjustment--33.3.7
  • Advice to Intolerant Age--33.2.8
  • Affection--33.1.3
  • After a Windy Night--33.1.4
  • After Dawn Beside [cooll aitinn?]--34.4.2
  • After Dawn near [Charl aitainn?]--34.4.2
  • Untitled ["After leaving Rome, good and large..."]--33.2.4
  • After Lives--33.2.1
  • Untitled ["After sprawling Rome I reached an inn, decent enough..."]--33.5.4
  • The Afternoon--32.4-5, 33.1.5
  • Afternoon Nap--33.1.3
  • Afterplace--33.6.4
  • Again at the Island's End...--33.2.10
  • Untitled ["Again, no move this night to throw the nets..."]--33.2.4
  • Untitled ["Again, no move to throw the nets..."]--33.2.4
  • Against Poem 64 of Catullus--33.2.3
  • Age in a Blue Cadillac--33.2.8
  • Untitled ["The air is thin in the real autumn..."]--33.3.7
  • A. J. L.--33.1.6
  • A. J. Leventhall--32.2
  • Alesford--33.1.7
  • Alexandra--33.2.12
  • All Possible Countries--33.2.5
  • Allegory for everything--33.2.7
  • Allegory of Two Birds--36.6.13
  • Almost the Moon--33.2.9
  • Alresford--33.1.7, 38.4.4
  • Although a Window Looks Over the Roof--36.2.6
  • Although the Window Looked Over the Roof--36.2.6
  • Ambition--37.4.8
  • Amble--32.1
  • Untitled ["Ameana, long over the hill..."]--33.2.13
  • Amusement, The Nostalgie de la Boue--37.5.1
  • Untitled ["An even in the…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["And have where evening…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["And he remembers the difficulty of another time..."]--38.5.2
  • Untitled ["And there in you is..."]--36.3.23
  • Anna Smith, Who Made the Night Her Friend--33.2.6
  • Anna Smith's Secret Ministry--33.2.6
  • Annie and Sara's Pony, 1959--36.1.1
  • Annie in the Byre, 1959--36.1.1
  • Annie in the Dairy, 1959--36.1.1
  • Annie's Hen, 1959--36.1.1
  • Untitled ["Anywhere where chestnut trees were is still a somewhere..."]--33.2.1
  • Untitled ["Anywhere where chestnuts were is still a somewhere, or poplars..."]--33.2.1
  • An Apology for the Present--38.7
  • The Apple Sunday--33.1.8
  • Approaching a Wood--34.4.2
  • Archaeology--32.2, 38.7
  • Argument for Living in the Country, An Horace, Satura, Book II, vi--33.2.2
  • Artist--38.5.4
  • Artist, Old--38.5.4
  • An Artist, Old, Is Dying--38.5.4
  • Untitled ["As certain old men on Cape Clear..."]--37.4.7
  • As Far As It Goes--32.1
  • As It Was--32.2
  • Untitled ["As this car flows over a bridge..."]--33.1.13
  • Untitled ["As you came through the streets, ordinary, new..."]--36.4.2
  • Untitled ["As we have already once…"]--38.7
  • Assertions--32.4, 38.7
  • Untitled ["Assisi stays in business..."]--37.3.1
  • At a Gate of St. Stephen's Green--33.1.9
  • At a Gate of St. Stephen's Green (some years after secret burial[s])--32.5, 33.1.9, 69 (Cyphers, Summer 1976)
  • At a Summer Desk, Before Sleep--37.4.2
  • At My Summer Desk Before Bed--37.4.2
  • At My Summer Desk, Before Going to My Bed--37.4.2
  • At My Summer Desk Fresh From Walking Before Bed--37.4.2
  • At My Summer Desk in the Wood of Fern--37.4.2
  • At the Edge of Omey Island--33.2.10
  • At the Edge of the Kangaroo's Enclosure--33.2.11, 33.4.3
  • At the Evening Boat--37.6.3
  • Untitled ["At the island's end..."]--33.2.10
  • At the Morning Boat--37.6.3
  • Untitled ["At the side of his house on the gravel walk…"]--33.1.3
  • Author's Note--32.2
  • Autumn--38.3.1
  • Untitled ["Autumn, flushed indelicate bear..."]--37.4.2
  • Autumn Afternoon--33.1.10
  • Autumn Handicap--33.1.11
  • Autumn Handicap, 1398--33.1.11
  • Autumn Haruspicy--33.1.10
  • Untitled ["Autumn, great invisible bear..."]--37.6.17
  • Untitled ["Autumn the great invisible bear..."]--37.6.17
  • Untitled ["Autumn, invisible bear..."]--37.6.17
  • Autumn Poem out of Winter--33.1.12
  • Avenue--35.1.12
  • The Back of the Small Field--32.3, 33.3.1
  • The Back Stairs--33.3.2
  • Bad News in Greece--32.4
  • A Ballad--33.5.3
  • The Ballad of N. MacG.--33.5.6
  • The Ballad of the Bomb--33.3.11
  • A Ballad of the Foolish Son--38.7
  • The Bar-Lady--32.2, 33.5.7, 38.4.4
  • Untitled ["A basement room, mine..."]--36.3.16
  • Basilica Inferiore--38.7
  • Bear--33.3.3
  • The Bear--33.3.3
  • A beast embittered--34.2.11
  • A Beast Imbittered [sic]--33.3.9
  • The Beautiful Harbour--38.7
  • Untitled ["Because his breast was sorely torn by love..."]--33.3.4, 38.7
  • The Bedroom Window--33.3.5, 38.7
  • Bedtime Story--37.1.8
  • Before the Moment--32.4, 38.7
  • Being Doubtful--38.7
  • Being Doubtful 2--38.7
  • Being in Love--32.1-2
  • Belinda Lysaght, Traitor to Her Class--33.3.6
  • Below Old Down Wood--32.5, 33.3.7, 69 (Cyphers, Spring 1980)
  • Beside Coill aitinn After Dawn--34.4.2
  • Untitled ["Beside him his 'lady' between sheets..."]--33.1.12
  • The Bicycle--32.4, 38.7
  • The Billiard Room--38.7
  • A Bit of French--32.4, 33.3.8
  • Bitter--33.3.9
  • The Black Life--36.3.4
  • The Black Paradox--33.3.10
  • Blind as a Bat--33.3.10
  • Blind Spring--33.5.5
  • The Boast of Vertumnus--34.3.5
  • Boat--33.6.11
  • The Boat--33.6.11
  • A Boat-Swain--33.2.4
  • Bog Whispers--38.7
  • The Bomb Ballad--33.3.11
  • Bonane Bridge--33.5.1
  • Untitled ["A bony kiss and down the hurried street..."]--33.6.11
  • Book Two--38.7
  • Border Ballad, 1920--33.4.1
  • Border Ballad, 2020--33.4.1
  • Boulevard Sebastopol--33.4.2
  • Boy Autumn--33.4.3
  • Boy Praying--34.1.2
  • Break--32.1
  • Breakfast of Robins--33.4.4
  • Breakfast of Sparrows--33.4.4
  • Breath--32.2
  • Brendán--33.4.5
  • Brendán's Song, in memory of Brendán O Heithir--33.4.5
  • Brendan's Voyage--33.4.5
  • Brendan's Voyage, in memory of Brendan O Heithir--33.4.5
  • The Bridge--33.5.9
  • Bridge My Love--38.7
  • Brief Letter--32.4, 36.1.3
  • Bright--33.4.6
  • Untitled ["...bringing with her (...) sense of being alive..."]--33.3.6
  • Untitled ["brittle legs and silver wings..."]--33.5.10
  • Broken Bit--33.4.7
  • Broken Bit, after the Medieval Latin--33.4.7
  • Brother (1. Two Brothers Up)--32.5
  • Brown Girl--33.5.8
  • The Brundisium Diary Horace, Satura, Book I, V--33.5.4
  • Buggery--38.7
  • The Bull--33.4.8
  • The Bull, for Ch[---]ta Leemann--33.4.8
  • Bunane Bridge--33.5.1
  • The Burden--33.5.5
  • Burdens--32.2, 38.7
  • But History Doesn't Help--32.4, 38.7
  • By Cuillonaghtan--33.5.2
  • By the River--32.1-2
  • Bye (and?) bye B. D. B.--34.2.11
  • Caherconree--33.6.3
  • CaherConree: 'Atención a lo interior:'--33.6.3
  • The Calamity--38.7
  • Call--32.5, 32.7, 33.6.4
  • Callow Lake--33.6.5
  • Untitled ["The calm inconsequence of obscurity…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["Can a pale leaf inspire..."]--37.6.1
  • Can I Defy…--32.7
  • Untitled ["Can I womb-insect time defy..."]--34.2.11
  • The Canal Dweller--33.6.6
  • The Canal Dwellers--33.6.7
  • Caoine Brendán O heithir [sic]--33.6.2
  • Cape Clear--33.6.9
  • Capel St Bridge--33.6.10
  • Capel Street Bridge--33.6.10
  • The Captain, in memory of Brendán O'Heithir--33.6.2
  • Untitled ["Carrying beer home, bread home..."]--38.2.3
  • Casa Giorgi--38.7
  • A Case--34.3.6
  • Cassibus Impositis Venor--34.3.5
  • Catching a Boat--33.6.11
  • Caterpillar--34.2.11
  • The Caterpillar Makes a Statement--34.2.11
  • Cathair Conn Rí--33.6.3
  • Cathair Conn Rí, Camp, Co. Kerry--33.6.3
  • 'Cathair Conn Rí; (Dingle Peninsula)--33.6.3
  • Cathair Conn Rí: the legend--33.6.3
  • Catherine De Medici's Garden--34.3.2
  • Catullus and Narcissus The Room of Rhetoric--37.3.7
  • Catullus's Sixty Fourth Poem--33.2.3
  • Catullus XLI ["Ameana..."]--34.5.3
  • Caution Against This Weak Extremity--34.1.1
  • Cautions Against These Weak Extremeties--34.1.1
  • A Cave--32.4
  • A Ceremony of Sara--34.1.2
  • The Ceremony of Sara--34.1.2
  • Charles O'Hara in the Form of an Angel--34.1.3
  • Child--34.1.5
  • A Child--34.1.4
  • A Child, a Swan--34.1.5
  • Child Awake--34.3.4
  • Child Collecting the Be[...]nings of the World--33.3.12
  • Christ-in-the-woods--34.2.1
  • Christ the King in Moran Park--38.7
  • The Cinema--34.3.7
  • The Circumstance--33.6.1
  • Circumstances--32.2, 38.7
  • Untitled ["The 'city' stands remote and cold..."]--33.6.3
  • The Civil Pictures--34.2.2, 40.1.2
  • Clay Can Hide Him--38.5.4
  • clay on morning clay--34.3.3
  • Clews--34.2.3
  • Close to Water--32.2, 38.7
  • The Coat--34.3.1
  • Untitled ["Cold page listen I am angry…"]--38.7
  • Cold Story--34.3.8
  • Collecting the Small Suns--33.3.12
  • The Colonnade--33.4.4
  • Coming Home in the Evening--34.2.4
  • Coming to Terms--32.2, 38.7
  • A Comment--32.1
  • Common Knowledge--32.4, 38.7
  • Common Law Wife (1. Hermaphroditus [atque in perpetuum, frater, ave atoue vale])--32.5, 35.4.9
  • Compound Fractures--33.4.4
  • Con--32.2
  • Con 4--32.2
  • Con Leventhall--34.2.6
  • A Condition--32.4, 34.2.5
  • The Conference (crossed out)--38.7
  • Consequenza Della Guerra, Le--34.2.7
  • Contemporaries--32.4, 38.7
  • Convinced--32.1-2
  • Coollattin Estate--34.2.8
  • Coollattin Forest (1. Old Trees Shake Their Leather Leaves)--32.5, 34.6.3
  • The Countryman in a Public House--32.2, 38.7
  • The Couple--33.6.1
  • Couplet--38.7
  • Couplet 2--38.7
  • Couplet 3--38.7
  • Coupling--32.4, 38.7
  • The Court--34.1.4
  • The Court of Miracles--33.6.10
  • Courtroom Incident--33.4.4
  • Covering--33.1.10
  • Covering Up--33.1.10
  • The Criminal--34.2.9
  • Cycling with Monsieur Mirre--34.2.10
  • Cycling with Monsieur Mirre [assorted untitled partial drafts]--34.2.10
  • The Damager--32.4, 38.7
  • The Dark--34.5.10
  • Dawn Approached--34.4.2
  • Dawn, Out from Coals and Mirrors--34.4.2
  • Dawn Out From Fires and Mirrors--34.4.2
  • Dawn Out From Fires and Mirrors, Wicklow--34.4.2
  • Dawn Out From Fires and Mirrors: Wicklow--34.4.2
  • Dawn Remembered--34.4.2
  • Untitled ["The dawn waves touch the quiet shore..."]--34.5.6
  • Dawn without Man--34.4.2
  • Dawn without Men--34.4.2
  • Day-break--34.5.3
  • Untitled ["Days, their broken hours, in unmarked graves..."]--33.1.9
  • Untitled ["Days of school in unmarked graves..."]--33.1.9
  • Untitled ["Days or broken hours..."]--33.1.9
  • Dead Cup--34.4.4
  • Dead Man--34.4.3
  • The Dead Man--32.2
  • Dead Seasons--37.4.10
  • Dead Water--34.4.4
  • Dead Water (Caliban: '…and here you sty me…')--34.4.4
  • Dead Water--34.4.4
  • Dead Water II--34.4.4
  • Untitled ["Dear Bridge, ate my soul today..."]--34.2.11
  • Untitled ["Dear Bridge, et my soul today..."]--34.2.11
  • Untitled ["Dear bridge, et my soul today..."]--34.2.11
  • Death Notice--34.5.9
  • Declined Sonnet to Vertumnus--34.5.6
  • Dejection--32.4, 38.7
  • Deputy Chief-Commissioner Dunne--34.4.5
  • Deputy Chief-Commissioner Dunne, 1925--34.4.5
  • Deputy Chief-Commissioner Dunne, Retd--34.4.5
  • A Description--32.4, 38.7
  • A Desire--32.1-2
  • Detached Remarks--32.4, 38.7
  • Deux Freres Se Levent [French translation of Two Brothers Up; by Jean-Jacques Celly]--38.5.3
  • A Device of Hills--34.5.1
  • A Device of Pan--34.5.1
  • Diagnosis--38.7
  • A Dilemma--32.4, 37.6.19, 38.7
  • Untitled ["The dimpled pavement in the evening..."]--37.6.3
  • The Disappointment--32.1, 32.4, 38.7
  • Discovery of Great-Ireland, circa 600--34.5.2
  • Discovery of Great Ireland, 600--34.5.2
  • Discovery of Great-Ireland, circa 600--34.5.2
  • Distracted--34.5.3
  • The Distracted Man Must Curse--34.5.3
  • Dog--34.5.4
  • The Dog in the Morning--34.3.3
  • Dollymount--34.4.1
  • Domain--38.1.7
  • Doman: Dawn--38.1.7
  • Domain: Morning--38.1.7
  • Untitled ["Drawn by the sea, the eye's green song..."]--35.5.1
  • Untitled ["Drawn by the sea's fine cry..."]--35.5.11
  • Untitled ["Drawn by the sea's fine song..."]--35.5.11
  • Untitled ["Drawn by the sea's fine songs..."]--35.5.11
  • A Dream--32.1
  • Dreaming of Waking--38.7
  • Driving in the Back--33.1.13
  • Dry Dreams--34.5.5
  • Dublin--32.1-2, 38.7
  • Dunlaoighaire Harbour--38.7
  • Dun Laogheire Pier--34.5.7
  • Dun laoire Pier--34.5.7
  • Untitled ["Dunlaoire Pier, it disappoints a single man..."]--34.5.8
  • Untitled ["Dunlaoire Pier--it disappoints the single man..."]--34.5.8
  • Untitled ["Early days in essence are the same..."]--33.2.8
  • An Early Wood--34.4.2
  • Untitled ["Ears for mind and wary,wary..."]--34.6.2
  • Untitled ["...ears...mind,wary wary..."]--34.6.2
  • An Earth Quarry--37.2.1
  • Eclipse, An--34.6.4
  • Egg-Gatherer--33.3.12
  • The Elder Matthew--34.6.16
  • Elegy (crossed out)--38.7
  • Elegy for AJ Leventhall--38.7
  • Elegy for Deirdre Ann--34.6.5
  • Elegy for Patrick Moran--34.6.11
  • Enamel Bath--34.6.6
  • An End--32.2
  • The End--32.4, 34.3.8, 38.7
  • The End of the Work--32.2, 38.7
  • The End of the Year--34.6.7, 70 (Cyphers, Summer 1982)
  • Untitled ["Endangered he comes for the soft..."]--34.1.5
  • Untitled ["Endangered he comes for the soft and kind..."]--34.1.5
  • Untitled ["Endangered I search for the soft and kind..."]--37.1.5
  • Untitled ["Endangered, I search for sofness [sic]..."]--34.1.5
  • Untitled ["Endangered, I search for the soft and kind..."]--34.1.5
  • Untitled ["Endangered, like a child poised in the damp of birth..."]--34.1.5
  • Untitled ["Endangered, like a child poised in the dampness of birth..."]--34.1.5
  • An Ending--32.5, 34.6.1
  • Ending a Time of Being Kept from Work--34.6.13
  • The English Quarter--34.6.8
  • Envoi--34.6.12
  • Envoi ["Sea, seducing mumbler, susurrum sea..."]--36.4.8
  • E. P.--32.4
  • E. P. Ode Pour Son Sepulchre--32.4--32.4
  • Epistle for Whistle--34.6.9
  • Epithalamium for June and Ivor--34.6.14
  • Untitled ["Erected, soft snake pleads..."]--38.2.5
  • The Estate--34.6.3
  • Etiquette--32.4, 38.7
  • Untitled ["Eve Eve..."]--34.6.15
  • Untitled ["Eve the sun's been in your hair..."]--34.6.15
  • Untitled ["Evening has no ulterior meaning..."]--34.6.3
  • Evening in Naousa--32.4, 38.7
  • Everiu--34.2.7
  • Untitled ["Every farm around there..."]--34.6.10
  • Untitled ["Every man Jack's face..."]--37.5.1
  • Untitled ["Every so often I sit down with sundry gods..."]--33.3.5
  • Untitled ["Every so often I sit with different Gods..."]--33.3.5
  • Untitled ["Everyone ran to help and everyone..."]--36.4.10
  • Exposure--38.5.1
  • The Exposure--38.5.1
  • Untitled ["Extreme ideas, nakedness and war…"]--38.7
  • Eyewitness to Death--33.4.4
  • Ezra Loomis Pound (cassibus impositis venor-Propertius)--32.5
  • Facile Verses--32.2, 38.7
  • Facing It--32.1, 35.2.6
  • Untitled ["Fact did not make her good to be with..."]--37.4.10
  • Fact of October--32.2, 38.7
  • Fade--35.1.1
  • Failing--38.7
  • False Start--32.4, 38.7
  • A Familiar Sonnet--33.1.1
  • Famine Relief: Tom Moore, aged 72--38.1.6
  • Fanny Hawke Goes to the Mainland Forever--32.3, 35.1.2, 50.2
  • The Fantasy--35.1.10
  • Farewell, Good-Bye--33.6.11
  • The F[arm] Women--35.2.4
  • The Fashion of Roads--35.1.3
  • A Fate--32.1
  • Untitled [“Fate has been faithful to my dream…”]--38.7
  • Father--38.7
  • The Fathers--36.3.4
  • The February Town--35.2.3, 72 (Poetry Ireland Review, Summer 1986)
  • A Feeling--32.1
  • A Few Moments--32.1
  • The Finishing Pier--35.1.5
  • The Finishing Pier, 1890--35.1.5
  • The Finishing Pier, 1891--35.1.5
  • The Finishing Pier, circa 1860--35.1.5
  • Filler--35.1.4
  • Untitled ["First Aricia's inn, a dwarf's place after Rome..."]--33.5.4
  • First Fall--32.4, 38.7
  • The First Hotel--35.1.6
  • First Letter--35.1.8
  • First-of-May Man--35.1.7
  • First of May with Philip Casey--35.1.7
  • The First Resort--38.1.3
  • Untitled ["The first thing, sun…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["Fish the thin September trout..."]--35.2.11
  • Five Galligan Daughters--35.2.1
  • Five O'Clock--38.7
  • Untitled ["Flagrant books under a bugged bed..."]--38.1.3
  • The flames creation: A comment on Mod. French Sculpt.--35.2.13
  • The flame's creation - a comment on modern sculpture--35.2.13
  • Flowers for Ailse--38.7
  • The Fool--32.4, 37.6.19, 38.7
  • The Foolish Dancer--33.3.2
  • Untitled ["Foolish, foolish--..."]--33.3.2
  • Untitled ["Foolish ill…"]--38.7
  • Footnotes (for Anne Tallentire)--37.3.2
  • For a Dinner--32.1, 35.2.5
  • For a Father Turning, Wearied--35.1.9
  • For a Wearied Father Turning--35.1.9
  • For a Wearied Poet--35.1.9
  • For a Wearied Poet Turning--32.7, 35.1.9
  • For E.P.--32.2, 33.5.3
  • For Ezra P.--36.1.3
  • For Linn--32.2, 34.3.8
  • For My Father Turning--35.1.9
  • For My Father's Journey (to be spoken on the roads of Greece)--35.1.9
  • For My Father's Journey (to be sung on the roads of Greece)--35.1.9
  • Untitled ["For myself, I wish to find the truth in my song..."]--35.2.12
  • For Patrick Murphy (Murf)--35.2.7
  • The Forest--35.1.10
  • Foreword--32.4, 38.7
  • Forgiveness of Annie, 1959--36.1.1
  • Found in the Snow--37.2.2
  • Four Lines in Gratitude--32.2, 38.7
  • Untitled ["Four rocks heavin with unworn sand..."]--38.1.4
  • Four Sounds--35.1.11
  • Fourteen Lines for H--33.1.13
  • Fourteen Lines for Heather--33.1.13
  • Fourteen Lines on H--33.1.13
  • Fourths of Bread--32.2, 35.2.8; 34.3.8
  • The Fox Avenue--35.1.12
  • The Fox Avenue, 1978--35.1.12
  • Fragment Uncovered in a Review--33.4.7
  • Fragment Uncovered in TLS--33.4.7
  • Fragments of a Letter--37.5.1
  • A Free Country--38.7
  • The Free Country--32.4
  • Untitled ["Fresh wet silver…"]--38.7
  • The Friends--38.7
  • Untitled ["The fringed lamps, the Yorkshire-coal fires, the Catholic..."]--33.3.6
  • Untitled ["Fringed lamps, Yorkshire coal, Catholic maids..."]--33.3.6
  • Untitled ["Fringed lamps, Yorkshire coal, cold Catholic maids..."]--33.3.6
  • Fragment--33.6.3
  • From a Conversation--35.2.9
  • Untitled ["From the door - the grate in summer greets me..."]--34.6.1
  • Frost--35.2.10
  • The Frozen Birdbath--35.2.10
  • Untitled ["Fur-clad shadows..."]--33.6.3
  • Untitled ["Fur-clad shadows fall at evening..."]--33.6.3
  • Untitled ["Fur-clad shadows fall at evening from high ledges..."]--33.6.3
  • Untitled ["Fur-clad shadows fall at evening, from high ledges..."]--33.6.3
  • The Galligan Daughters ["Certainly no male son, farmer father, or dove-shaped ghost..."]--34.3.1
  • The Galligan Daughters ["For hours they stayed talking in the trap..."]--35.2.1
  • The Galligan Daughters ["It was a strictly apron and hen-eggs affair..."]--34.3.1
  • The Galligan Daughters ["It was a strictly apron and hen-eggs affair when..."]--34.3.1
  • The Galligan Daughters ["The Galligan daughters got in the polished trap..."]--34.3.1
  • The Galligan Daughters ["The nine Galligan daughters splash at the rain-barrel..."]-- 35.3.9
  • The Galligan Daughters Drive Out to Populate Cavan--34.3.1
  • A Game--32.1-2
  • A Gate of Saint Stephen's Green, three years after secret burials--33.1.9
  • Untitled ["A gaunt man and a wicker basket..."]--34.5.6
  • Untitled ["A gaunt man with a wicker basket..."]--34.5.6
  • Untitled ["Gaunt man with a wicker basket..."]--34.5.6
  • Untitled ["Gaunt senile man with a basket..."]--34.5.6
  • generation--38.5.4
  • Untitled ["…a gentle bit of work that won't benumb me:…"]--38.8
  • The Gipsies--35.3.1
  • The Gipsies' Halt--35.3.1
  • Gipsy Camp, 1944--35.3.1
  • Girl with a Double-Barrel Name--32.2, 35.3.2
  • The Girl You Leave the Girl You Don't--32.4, 38.7
  • A Glance--32.4
  • Glance at a Manuscript, A--35.3.3
  • Glancing at a Manuscript--35.3.3
  • Untitled ["Go out into the broad moor..."]--38.4.1
  • Going for the Boat--33.6.11
  • Going for the Lisbon Wife--35.3.10
  • Untitled ["gone, gone, are the steely rocks…"]--38.7
  • Good-Bye--32.2, 38.7
  • Good Callow Lake--33.6.5
  • Good Girl--32.2, 35.3.4
  • The Good Likeness--35.3.5
  • The Good Night--35.3.6
  • Untitled ["Good night to you..."]--37.1.12
  • Graduate Couplets--35.5.7
  • The Grammatical History of Everiu--35.3.8
  • Grandfather (1. Sketch From The Great Bull Wall)--32.5
  • Untitled ["The grate in summer greets him from the door…"]--34.6.1
  • The Great Bull Wall--35.3.7
  • Greek April--32.4, 38.7
  • Greek Lessons--32.2, 38.7
  • Greek Sky--35.3.11
  • A Grinch--35.3.12
  • Guide--32.4
  • H--33.1.13
  • H--quiet in the backseat--33.1.13
  • Half Light--35.4.2
  • The Half Light--35.4.2
  • Half-Light--35.4.2
  • The Half-Light--35.4.2
  • Half Way--38.7
  • Hampshire (1. Side-road)--32.5, 37.5.6
  • Hampton Court--34.1.4
  • The Hanged Grandfather--35.4.3
  • The Hanged Man--35.4.3
  • Hannibal (after Juvenal)--35.4.4
  • Hannibal (from one of Juvenal's Satires)--35.4.4, 71 (Icarus, May 1977)
  • Hannibal in Bithynia--35.4.4
  • Hannibal in Extremis--35.4.4
  • Happiness--35.4.14
  • Untitled ["Happy, lucky..."]--33.6.1
  • Harbour House--35.4.5
  • Harrier Afternoon--38.7
  • Untitled ["Hay..."]--33.3.12
  • He Asks His Mistress to Leave Him Time--33.1.10, 36.4.8
  • Untitled ["He bestirred himself and out on the quick sea..."]--35.3.10
  • He Can Walk--34.5.6
  • Untitled ["He climbs the hill with the steps of an inhabitant..."]--36.2.3
  • Untitled ["He draws a line, the oval of a head..."]--34.6.1
  • Untitled ["He has gone to view the cambric bells…"]--38.7
  • He has just walked straight out of the wet wood--34.3.3
  • Untitled ["He hung there in his brilliant boots..."]--35.4.3
  • Untitled ["He paints the sand, when a tide has hone (sic)..."]--35.3.7
  • Untitled ["He puts his..."]--35.4.6
  • He Puts His Mind in Order--35.4.6
  • He Speaks with His Country--35.4.7
  • Untitled ["He used to sit with the legs of the table..."]--36.2.6
  • Heather--33.1.13
  • Heaven and Earth--35.4.8
  • Hedge School--35.4.17
  • Untitled [" 'Hello there, Balloon man!'…"]--38.7
  • Hemispheres--38.1.1
  • Untitled ["Hen-heated hay and straw..."]--33.3.12
  • Untitled ["Here at the island's end..."]--33.2.10
  • Hermaphrodite in Three--35.4.9
  • Hermaphroditos--35.4.9
  • Hermaphroditos (atque in perpetuum, frater, ave atque vale)--32.5, 35.4.9
  • Hermaphroditos Ave atque vale, frater, in perpetuum--35.4.9
  • Hermaphroditus atque in perpetuum, frater, ave atque vale--35.4.9, 69 (Cyphers, Winter 1977-1978)
  • Untitled ["Hero of this age…"]--32.2
  • High Hats [The Tide Hotel and Autumn Handicap, 1398]--35.4.10
  • Untitled ["High over Hanging Hill the beautiful hanging moon..."]--35.4.16
  • High Rubber (crossed out)--38.7
  • Untitled ["A hill-stroked sun rises with its heat..."]--34.3.3
  • Untitled ["The hill--"]--34.3.3
  • His Name is Elvis--38.8
  • His Room below the Hawk--33.1.12
  • Untitled ["His writing desk is bright with oak..."]--34.6.4
  • Untitled ["His writing desk lies bright with oak..."]--34.6.4
  • History--32.1, 33.2.1
  • History of Empty Spaces--33.2.1
  • History Was Made--32.2
  • Untitled ["The hoary workshop..."]--37.1.12
  • A Holiday--36.1.3
  • The Holiday--35.4.11
  • Hollows Inside the Storm--34.3.4
  • Home Lies--36.6.19
  • Honest Verses--32.4, 38.7
  • An Honesty--35.4.12
  • Horace Satire V Book 1: Brundisium Diary--33.5.4
  • The Hour for Lunch--35.4.15
  • A House--35.4.13
  • The House in Livadia--34.2.3
  • Untitled ["The house that cheered..."]--34.3.4
  • The house, the room, the bed, the sheet, the child--34.3.4
  • How it Seems--32.4, 38.7
  • How Maria Galligan Became Mistress of Omard--35.2.1
  • How Maria Sheridan Became Mistress of Omard ["That was a strictly apron and henyard affair..."]--34.3.1
  • How Maria Sheridan Became Mistress of Omard ["For hours they stayed talking in the trap outside..."]--35.2.1
  • How Maria Sheridan Became Mistress of Omard ["Some straw-headed local goddess mapped their journey..."]--34.3.1
  • How Maria Sheridan Came to Omard--34.3.1
  • A Hundred Walks--35.4.1
  • Hunting Scene--38.7
  • Untitled ["hurry to the dark trout river..."]--37.4.1
  • Untitled ["I am a glutton for love…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["I am dumb for these minutes…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["I am one man..."]--35.5.9
  • Untitled ["I am only one man..."]--35.5.9
  • I am Patheticly [sic] tired--38.7
  • Untitled ["I close the boot door and carry..."]--34.5.1
  • Untitled ["I close the car door and carry..."]--34.5.1
  • Untitled ["I did not move this night..."]--33.2.4
  • Untitled ["I don't need you…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["I drop the withered flier on the sill..."]--34.6.13
  • I feel--34.1.5
  • Untitled ["I find myself moving through the same streets..."]--36.4.2
  • Untitled ["I follow him…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["I have drawn since the age of four..."]--34.3.4
  • Untitled ["I have heard the white-tailed bee..."]--37.1.5
  • Untitled ["I have not moved this night..."]--33.2.4
  • Untitled ["I have not moved this night to throw the nets..."]--33.2.4, 38.7
  • Untitled ["I have not words for this..."]--37.1.7
  • Untitled ["I haven't a scarf..."]--37.6.3
  • Untitled ["I have talked with my mother's accent..."]--35.5.12
  • Untitled ["I knew an alcoholic woman once…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["I lay of all sore fools the sorest..."]--38.2.9
  • Untitled ["I live in this house where..."]--38.2.8
  • Untitled ["I made a visit to the streets..."]--33.4.2
  • Untitled ["I made no move to throw the nets..."]--33.2.4
  • Untitled ["I might wish for myself the truth in these songs..."]--35.2.12
  • Untitled ["I notice a lack of friendship..."]--37.1.7
  • Untitled ["I pass old trees..."]--34.6.3
  • Untitled ["I remember a corner in Hampton Court…"]--32.4
  • Untitled ["I saw some acres transformed in a dream..."]--37.6.3
  • Untitled ["I search for softness..."]--34.1.5; 34.5.3
  • Untitled ["I sit in the room from which..."]--38.3.1
  • Untitled ["I sought some..."]--35.2.11
  • Untitled ["I stop to hear me listening to myself…"] (two versions)--38.7
  • Untitled ["I turn the bonnet down the tarred ramp..."]--36.2.8
  • Untitled ["I walked a mad dog on this pier..."]--34.5.7
  • Untitled ["I was living in Coolatin and..."]--35.5.10
  • Untitled ["I wish I had (knifed?) the restless (clown?)..."]--34.3.4
  • Untitled ["I would never celebrate you..."]--33.1.1
  • Untitled ["I would never for a moment or a summer day complain…”]--38.7
  • Untitled ["I wouldn't dream of writing to you in Arabic, the lingo..."]--36.2.7
  • Ibiza--35.5.11
  • Ibizan Cross-Road--35.5.1
  • Ibizan Crossroad--35.5.1
  • Idle--32.1
  • The Idle Talk--38.7
  • Untitled ["Idlest in his studio the grate…"]--34.6.1
  • Untitled ["Idlest in the studio the grate..."]--34.6.1
  • Untitled ["If all was hard, and everything worked…”]--38.7
  • Untitled ["If in warm angels we believe..."]--35.5.6
  • Untitled ["If on the first page there were something beautiful..."]--35.5.7
  • Untitled ["Ignorant and breathing in the chairs..."]--33.6.7
  • Il Giardino D'Amore--38.7
  • Untitled [The image of an image?...”]--38.7
  • I'm Only Joking--35.5.8
  • Untitled ["In a white white room…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["In an afternoon I beat against you…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["In brilliant April she paints her house..."]--35.5.2
  • In Desmond O'Grady's House--36.1.3
  • In Greece--32.4, 38.7
  • In Hampshire--32.4
  • In Hippo, 430--35.5.4 (see also 32.6)
  • In Hippo, August 430--35.5.4
  • In Ignorance--32.4, 38.7
  • In Linn's House--35.4.13
  • In Memory of Barney Moloney--38.7
  • In Moran's Park--34.6.11
  • In O'Grady's House--38.1.3
  • In O'Grady's House I--34.6.13
  • In O'Grady's House II--36.1.3
  • In Patrick Moran's Park--34.6.11
  • In Reply--32.2, 38.1.1
  • Untitled ["In summer we sunbathe in the dunes at Dollymount..."]--34.4.1
  • In the Bath-House--35.5.9, 38.4.4
  • In the Gardens--37.1.1
  • In the Louvre--32.1-2
  • Untitled ["In the pasture..."]--34.6.10
  • Untitled ["In the silence that follows your decision..."]--33.1.1
  • Untitled ["In the silence the known silence..."]--35.5.8
  • Untitled ["In the silence the sweet silence..."]--35.5.8
  • Untitled ["In the spring I love her well…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["…in the spring, passing cut red brick…"]--33.1.3
  • In the Studio, 1976--34.6.1
  • Untitled ["In the white dark of the dominion house..."]--37.3.2
  • Untitled ["In the white dark of the house..."]--37.3.2
  • In Your House--35.4.13
  • Inability--38.7
  • The Incidental Music--35.5.3
  • Independant [sic] of his Art --34.6.1
  • Information--32.1, 38.7
  • The Indian River--35.5.14
  • Inherit the Land--33.6.3
  • Inheriting the Land--33.6.3
  • Initial Graffito--35.3.8
  • The Insect Murder--34.6.13
  • Inside a Gate of Saint Stephen's Green some years after the burial of broken hours--33.1.9
  • Untitled ["Inside the day-like-any-other cliffs..."]--38.1.3
  • Inside the Hawk's Hell--33.1.12
  • Inside the Honeycomb--35.5.15
  • Inspecting the Farms--35.5.5
  • Inspecting the Farms Outlying--35.5.5
  • The Integral Mother--34.2.2
  • An Intention--32.1
  • Introduction to Rhetoric--35.5.13
  • Intrusion--33.2.9
  • An Invitation--32.1-2
  • It is dawn in a somewhat somewhat man--33.1.12
  • Untitled ["It is not quiet…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["It is not quite over…"]--38.7
  • It Isn't True--35.5.8
  • Untitled ["It seemed too long…"]--38.7
  • It Wasn't True Though--35.5.8
  • Untitled ["An ivied house, rooms behind the glass..."]--34.3.3
  • James Mathews in Iowa--35.6.3
  • James Mathews of Cape Town in Iowa City--35.6.3
  • Untitled ["The Jazz band's murmur leaps along the square..."]--35.4.9
  • The Jetty--35.6.1
  • The Jewellery Girl in the Lock-Up, Paris, 1945--37.6.2
  • Joyce and Mr. Beckett--33.2.7
  • Keeper--36.1.4
  • Kelsha Yard, 1959--36.1.1
  • Kelshea Yard--36.1.1
  • Kelshea Yard, 1959--36.1.1, 73 (The Salmon, Winter 1986)
  • Kildare Street Quatrains--36.1.6
  • A Kind of Compassion--36.1.2
  • Untitled ["Kirios, my girl is dressing..."]--36.1.5
  • The Knowing Wood--33.6.1
  • Kolimbitres--36.1.3
  • A Lake--33.2.5
  • The Lake--36.2.1
  • The Lake ["What a sea front cheat is it..." and "For a moment behind the images..."]--33.2.5
  • Lament--32.2, 36.3.17, 32.1
  • Lament Near Lincoln's Gate--36.2.2
  • Lament of the Insane--35.5.15
  • Untitled ["Lamps drop their light, and here..."]--37.6.3
  • Untitled ["Land of mountains..."]--33.6.3
  • Untitled ["Land of mountains, no cruelty, red spiders..."]--33.6.3
  • The Landlady--36.1.4
  • Untitled ["The language of the sun turns to curses..."]--36.3.16
  • The Last--32.4, 36.2.3
  • Untitled ["Last December he walked into a room..."]--38.5.4
  • The Last English Irishman--36.2.4
  • The Last Irish Englishman--36.2.4
  • Untitled ["Last lines are proving my weakness..."]--37.4.8
  • The last metaphor careless of the world's suffering--33.2.4
  • The Last Prophecy of Timothy Cudginbrow--32.2
  • Last Question--32.2, 36.2.5
  • Last Rites--33.1.9
  • A Last Song for the Leaf--33.5.5
  • Last Word--36.3.23
  • Laughing--32.4, 38.7
  • Lazarus--35.5.7
  • Untitled ["Leave the desk for the rustling evening..."]--37.4.1
  • Untitled ["Leaving my house to meet my lover…"]--38.7
  • Lecture--32.1-2
  • Leeson Park--36.2.6
  • Leeson Park: Child--36.2.6
  • The left arm of dunleavy harbour--34.5.7
  • Legend--32.1
  • Letter--34.2.11
  • The Letter--38.1.1
  • Letter, in haste--34.2.11
  • Letter: Metamorphoses--34.2.11
  • Letter No. 2 to the Emperor (Nostalgie de la boue)--37.5.1
  • Letter to a Mistress, Concerning Metamorphoses--34.2.11
  • Letter to Anne--38.1.2
  • Letter to My Soul for Desmond O'Grady--34.6.13
  • Letter to the Emperor--36.2.7
  • Letter to the Emperor (for Oliver Reynolds)--36.2.7
  • Letter to Tobias--37.6.10
  • Library Square--36.2.8, 33.5.5
  • A Life--32.2, 38.7
  • Life--34.1.5
  • The Life by Burning of Bridget Cleary--32.3, 36.2.9
  • The Life by Burning of Bridgit Cleary--36.2.9
  • The Life by Burning of Brigit Cleary--36.2.9
  • Life of the Poets--36.3.1
  • Untitled ["Life's page-long…"]--32.2
  • The Light Brigade--32.3, 36.3.2, 73 (Poetry Wales, Summer 1986)
  • Light Verse--32.4, 38.7
  • Lights--35.4.2
  • The Lights of Twilight--35.4.2
  • Like a Child--34.1.5
  • Line from a Letter--36.3.3
  • Lines--32.1
  • Lines Discovered under the Foundations of Dublin--36.3.4
  • Lines Discovered under the Foundations of Dublin in a Language Neither Irish nor English--36.3.4
  • Lines Found under the Foundations of Dublin in a Language Neither Irish Nor English--36.3.4
  • Lines Found under the Foundations of Dublin Written in [Og___?]--36.3.4
  • Lines from a Conversation--35.2.9
  • Lines from a Letter--32.2
  • Linn--32.4, 36.1.3
  • Linn's House--32.4, 35.4.13
  • The Lisbon Wife--35.3.10
  • A List of the God Vertumnus (cassibus impositis venor--Propertius)--34.3.5
  • A Literary History--32.4, 36.3.5
  • Little Brother Up--38.1.7
  • Little Contented Sonnet--38.7
  • Little Ithaca--36.3.6
  • Little Jerusalem--36.3.7
  • Untitled ["A little a little dried up and concerned…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["Little one-wing, bog-oak bird..."]--37.1.4
  • Untitled ["Little one-wing, brown-oak bird..."]--37.1.4
  • Little Prayer for C E-B--36.3.8
  • Little Riddles--32.1
  • Untitled ["Live in your house where..."]--37.2.1
  • Lives of the Travellers--36.3.19
  • Living--32.4, 36.3.9
  • The Livingroom Hippo becomes an image--36.2.6
  • Long Ago--32.2, 36.3.10
  • Look at the Moon--36.3.15
  • Looking--36.3.11
  • Looking Back--36.3.11
  • Looking from a Window at Two Statues--36.3.18
  • Lord Jim--32.2, 36.3.12
  • Losing Love--36.3.20
  • Lost--32.4, 38.7
  • Lost and Found--32.2, 36.3.21
  • Lost Man Walking--37.2.2
  • The Lost Mother--38.7
  • Lost Time--32.2, 38.7
  • Louisburg (1. Old Head Hill)--36.6.4
  • Louisburg (1. Old Head Valley)--32.5, 36.6.6
  • Love--32.1-2
  • Love [-----?] made me seething caterpillar--34.2.11
  • The Love of Two Poets--36.3.13
  • The Lover's Songs--36.3.22
  • The Lover's Few Songs--36.3.22
  • The Lovers--36.3.14
  • Untitled ["The lovers were what lovers well may be..."]--38.5.7
  • Lunch--32.5
  • Mair Papa--38.7
  • Male Burlesque--36.4.1
  • A Man--36.4.18
  • Man at the apex…--38.7
  • Man Inherits the Land--33.6.3
  • The Man on the Hill--38.7
  • The Man Who Phoned--38.7
  • Man with Dust and Roses--34.5.6
  • The Map or Tracks Across My Heart--38.5.1
  • Maria Sheridan of Aomardin Cavan--36.4.13
  • Maria, Mistress of Omard--35.2.1
  • The Market--32.4, 38.7
  • Mary Donnelan, Seamstress of the Mad--32.3, 36.4.2
  • Mary-Ann O'Hara in her Maiden Days--36.4.2
  • Matter of Place and Inspiration--33.2.4
  • Matthew's Garden--33.6.4
  • The May--35.4.17
  • May Day, Mayo--36.4.3
  • Mayo ["Would you like to sit in Old Head Lodge and know it?"]--32.4, 36.4.4
  • Mayo ["The town had a cross of streets..."]--36.4.5
  • Mayo Village--36.4.5
  • Medici Offices--38.7
  • Untitled ["Medieval dog in the cut corn..."]--34.5.4
  • Medieval Photography--38.7
  • The Meeting House--36.4.14
  • A Memory--32.1
  • 'Memories' that Form from Being Told What Happened to One as a Child--36.3.1
  • Untitled ["Memories like March snows…"]--38.7
  • A Memory--36.4.6, 38.4.4
  • Untitled ["Men rise out of loneliness and become…"]--38.7
  • Merchant's Quay--37.6.3
  • Midday--32.2, 38.7
  • The Midnight Swim--36.3.15
  • The Mind is a Foreign Country--33.6.3
  • Minor Painting--36.4.7
  • The Minor Poet--33.2.4
  • Untitled [miscellaneous lines]--34.1.1
  • The Mistress--36.4.8
  • A Moment--36.4.9
  • The Moment--36.4.9
  • Monsieur Mirre Cycles in the Wind--34.2.10
  • Monsieur Mirre Excurses in the Wind--34.2.10
  • A Monument--36.4.10
  • A Monument to the Dublin Bombs--36.4.10
  • The Monument--36.4.10
  • Mood--35.5.7
  • The Moon--36.4.19
  • Moon Field--34.6.10
  • The Moon Field--34.6.10
  • Moon Field, 1930--34.6.10
  • Moon Field, 1939--34.6.10
  • Moon Field, 1940--34.6.10
  • The Moon Field, 1940--34.6.10
  • Moon Field, 1945--34.6.10
  • The Moon Field, 1955--34.6.10
  • The Moon Field, circa 1940--34.6.10
  • Untitled ["Moon, sickle scar..."]--36.4.12
  • Untitled ["Moon, sickle scar on the belly of the sky..."]--36.4.12
  • Moran's Park--34.6.11
  • Untitled ["More still, old Night, this man sits on..."]--34.6.4
  • Morning--32.2, 38.7
  • Untitled ["The morning can not enter the home..."]--34.2.3
  • Morning in a Foreign Country--32.4, 38.7
  • Morning Ride--32.2
  • Morning Sun--36.3.16
  • A Most Minor Poem--36.4.17
  • Untitled ["The motel room smells of my grandfather..."]--36.2.4
  • The Mother of Invention--36.4.11
  • The Music (crossed out)--35.5.3
  • My Ancestor the Hermaphrodite--36.4.16
  • My Dark Racheleen--36.4.15
  • My Husband, the Artist--38.7
  • Untitled ["My school days lie in unmarked graves..."]--33.1.9
  • Untitled ["my school-days lie in unmarked graves..."]--33.1.9
  • The Mysteries--37.5.1
  • The Myth of Happiness (crossed out)--38.7
  • The Name of the Molester--36.5.3
  • The Name of the Molestor--36.5.3
  • Naousa--32.4, 36.5.4
  • Nardie John--35.5.6
  • Nardy John--35.5.6
  • Narration of her Voyage, by Dr. James Barry--38.8
  • Narrative of her Voyages by James Miranda Barry--38.8
  • Narrative of a Walk on the Beach at Ithaka--38.8
  • Untitled ["A narrow path for light and leaf..."]--35.5.6
  • The Narrow Room--36.5.5
  • Natural History--38.8
  • A Neighbour--32.4, 38.8
  • Near Kenwood House--33.6.1
  • Near Old Down Wood--36.5.7
  • Near the Harbour--32.1, 36.5.6
  • Nearly Autumn--37.4.3
  • A Necessity--32.4, 37.1.1
  • Untitled ["Nets hung from the shoulder, a hunter..."]--34.3.5
  • The new direction--38.8
  • The New Dragon--36.5.8
  • The New Pole--38.8
  • New Song--36.5.9
  • New Work--34.6.13
  • News--38.8
  • News from the Night Wanderer--34.5.8
  • The Nice Morning--35.6.3
  • Nicholas and Maria--34.3.1
  • Nicholas of Omard--36.5.2
  • Night in Monkstown--36.5.12
  • Untitled ["Night was asleep but I was day..."]--36.5.5
  • Nights--34.3.4
  • Nine Daughters--36.5.1
  • Nine Galligan Daughters--34.3.1
  • No Bones--32.2, 38.8
  • No Fires or Mirrors--34.4.2
  • No Joke--32.4, 38.8
  • Untitled ["No murder was commited [sic] though…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["no need to get excited..."]--38.5.4
  • Untitled ["No! You are not the first!"]--36.5.13
  • Untitled ["The nod of afternoon..."]--36.1.3
  • Nonsense--32.1-2
  • A Nonsense Ballad for E.P.--33.5.3
  • North [?] [?] Sonnett--38.8
  • Nostalgie de la Boue--37.5.1
  • Nostalgie de la Boue (Second Letter to the Emperor)--37.5.1
  • Untitled [" 'Not Hottentot or Bushman..."]--35.6.3
  • A Note--32.5, 36.5.10
  • Note from a Borrower--32.4, 38.8
  • Notes for a Flower-Bed in Catherine De Medici's Garden--34.3.2
  • Notes for a Flower-Bed in Marie De Médici's Garden--34.3.2
  • Untitled ["Nothing ever new requires attention…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["Nothing is obvious…"]--32.2
  • Novelist (1. Author's Note)--36.5.11
  • November Spring--35.4.1
  • Untitled ["Now that the fire and trouble has…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["O Dunlaoire pier disappoints the one man..."]--34.5.8
  • Untitled ["O map of tracks across my heart!"]--38.5.1
  • O Woman--35.4.6
  • O'Grady's House--36.1.3
  • O'Hara-Selig The Gardiner's Cottage--33.1.10
  • Obscure Lives Camera Obscura--38.8
  • Observing--32.4, 38.8
  • Untitled ["Odd that such a chiffon-dressed creature should be kin..."]--33.3.6
  • The Off--36.6.19
  • Oh June my Love--38.8
  • An Old Choice--36.6.16
  • Old Down Wood--36.5.7
  • Old Girl Friend--32.2
  • Old Girl-Friend--36.6.1
  • Old Head--36.6.3
  • Old Head Beach--36.6.2
  • Old Head Hill--36.6.4, 72 (Paris Voices, Spring 1980)
  • Old Head Lodge--32.5, 36.6.5, 72 (Paris Voices, Spring 1980)
  • Old Head Valley--32.5, 36.6.6, 72 (Paris Voices, Spring 1980)
  • Old Man Praying--36.6.13
  • Old Man Praying II--36.6.13
  • Old Nicholas's Song--36.5.2
  • Old Nicholas's Tune--36.5.2
  • Untitled ["The old ones are rewarded..."]--33.2.8
  • 1. Old Trees Shake Their Leather Leaves--32.5
  • Untitled ["Old trees..."]--34.6.3, 69 (Cyphers, Summer 1976)
  • Omey--33.2.10
  • Omey Island--36.6.7
  • On a Motorbike--32.1, 36.6.17
  • On Beginning New Work--34.6.13
  • On Being Other People--32.2, 36.6.8
  • On Dollymount Strand--38.8
  • On Poem Sixty Four--33.2.3
  • On Starting New Work--34.6.13
  • On the Green Roadside--34.5.6
  • On the Morning Boat (crossed out)--38.8
  • On the Other Hand--32.4, 38.8
  • Untitled ["On the school tour, we climb into the hills..."]--36.6.14
  • Untitled ["On thousands of specific nights…"]--38.8
  • One Upon Two Times--36.6.15
  • One Dawn, Out From Coals and Mirrors--34.4.2
  • Untitled ["One man sits at his writing desk..."]--34.6.4
  • Untitled ["One Sunday as I spreak my hash off Royal..."]--34.4.5
  • The Only True History of Lizzy Finn--36.6.12
  • The Only True History of Lizzy Finn, By Herself--32.3, 36.6.12
  • The Only True History of the Life of Lizzy Finn--36.6.12
  • The Other Man--36.6.9
  • Out--36.6.10
  • Untitled ["Out at sea the dawn wind…"]; The Porcelain Girl--38.8
  • Out Before Breakfast--32.1, 36.6.18
  • The Outing--34.2.2
  • An Outing to the Oaks--36.6.11
  • Untitled ["Outside some earthless plastic..."]--33.1.10
  • Untitled ["outside the brain…"]--32.1
  • Over Shoulders--35.1.1
  • Paesaggio con l'Arcobaleno--38.8
  • The Pagan Avenue, 1912--35.1.12
  • Untitled ["the paper's back in the drying shoes..."]--38.5.10
  • The Pardon of Assisi--37.1.9
  • Paris--37.1.1
  • Paris (1. Lunch)--32.5
  • Paris Bear--33.3.3
  • The Park--37.1.2, 69 (Cyphers, Summer 1981)
  • The Particular Night--34.6.12
  • Passing the Window--36.1.1
  • The Past--32.4, 38.8
  • Pat Gavney's Old Theme--38.8
  • Patrick Moran's Park--34.6.11
  • Patrick Murphy (Murf): life-wish--35.2.7
  • The Pattern--35.5.3
  • Pause--38.8
  • Penal--33.1.1
  • The Penny Resort--38.1.3
  • Philosophers of Souzdal--37.1.3
  • The Philosphers of Souzdal--37.1.3
  • Philosophers of Stalingrad--37.1.3
  • Philosophy for R.L.--38.8
  • Pictures of a University--37.4.15
  • The Piece of Bog Oak--37.1.4
  • Pity the Boat--33.6.11
  • Place Vendôme--38.5.12
  • The Planting--38.8
  • Plastic Baroque--37.1.10
  • Poem 64 Catullus--33.2.3
  • Poem of Agreement with EK--37.1.5
  • Poem Sixty Four, Catullus--33.2.3
  • Poems of a Mood--35.5.7
  • Poems for Francis Hennigan S. M.--37.1.12
  • A Poet--32.1
  • Poet (1. E. P. Ode Pour Son Sepulchre)-37.1.6
  • Poet (1. Ezra Loomis Pound [cassibus impositis venor-Propertius])--32.5
  • A Point of View--34.2, 38.8
  • Poor Figure--35.2.2
  • Portrait of Dinny--37.3.6
  • Portrait of Dinny by Mick--35.3.6
  • The Portuguese Wife--35.3.10
  • A Portuguese Woman--35.3.10
  • Position--33.1.12
  • Position ["I notice no friendship..."]--37.1.7
  • The Position--37.1.7
  • Possible Countries--33.2.5
  • Postcard--37.1.8
  • A Postcard--32.1-2
  • The Postcard--37.1.8
  • Postcard Found on the Street--37.1.8
  • Postcard Man--37.1.8
  • Postcard to the Emperor--37.5.1
  • Poste Restante--36.1.5
  • Precatio Senile--36.6.13
  • Precatio Senilis--36.6.13
  • Prepositions Change--32.4, 38.8
  • A Private Note--32.4
  • Untitled ["A private path against the hedges..."]--33.3.7
  • Prologue--37.1.11
  • Prologues--37.1.11
  • Promenade [French translation of The Walk; by Jean-Jacques Celly]--38.5.3
  • Promethean Ballade--38.8
  • Propertius--34.1.5
  • Propertius--34.5.3
  • Prošetka--38.8
  • Provisions--33.1.10
  • Quaestio--35.5.7
  • Quaker's--36.4.14
  • The Quaker's Compassion--36.4.14
  • Quaker's Sonnet--36.4.14
  • The Quaker's Sonnet--36.4.14
  • Qualities of Alison--34.4.1
  • The Quarry--37.2.1
  • Question--35.5.7
  • Questions about a Town--35.2.3
  • Questions for Benjamin--38.8
  • [Qu---hing?] with Spring--33.5.5
  • Quick Impression--34.5.5
  • Racheleen--36.4.15
  • Racheleen of Lisbon Sails to Cork--36.4.15
  • Racheleen of Lisbon Sailes to Ireland--36.4.15
  • Untitled ["The rainbow belittles the wet trees..."]--34.1.5
  • The Rain-Maker--36.1.5
  • Untitled ["...raised from the flat lawn, a small tree out of earth..."]--35.4.15
  • Raw--36.6.15
  • Raw Till the Heel Hardens--36.6.15
  • Real Art--37.3.11
  • Real Paintings--37.3.11, 38.8
  • Real Poetry--32.4, 38.8
  • The Real Snow--37.3.2
  • A Record--32.2, 38.8
  • Record of an Idyll--32.4, 38.8
  • Redeeming Land--33.6.3
  • The Regret--36.4.19
  • Untitled ["Remember brick wall, stone wall, walking in the forest..."]--38.1.7
  • Rememberance--37.3.3
  • Remembrance--37.3.3
  • The Remove--37.3.4
  • Repeat--32.2, 38.8
  • The Resort--38.1.3
  • The Restraint--37.3.5
  • The Return--37.3.13, 69 (Cyphers, Summer 1981)
  • Revolutionary Acts--37.1.8
  • Revolutions Thumb-Nail Sketch--37.1.8
  • Untitled ["Rhetoric divided..."]--37.3.10
  • The Rhetorical Stance--38.4.7
  • Riddle--38.8
  • A Riddle of the Caterpillar--34.2.11
  • Ringsend (an unworked sonnet for Heather)--33.1.13
  • Rising to Poem 64--33.2.3
  • The River--33.5.9
  • Road Home--38.8
  • The Roadworkers--34.4.4
  • The Romance--38.8
  • Untitled ["Rome Station stays in business..."]--37.3.1
  • Untitled ["The roof sloped above her sheets..."]--33.5.6
  • A Room by a Campanile--37.3.6
  • The Room by the Campanile--37.3.6
  • The Room of Rhetoric--37.3.7
  • The Room of Rhetoric (Catullus and Narcissus)--37.3.7
  • The Room of Rhetoric (for Rolf Aggestam)--37.3.7
  • Ropley District--32.4-5, 32.7, 37.3.8
  • Ropley Village--37.3.14
  • Rory and Fionula's Dinner--35.2.5
  • Rubbish of no special kind, just indulged--37.3.12
  • Rudiments of Tailoring--37.3.9, 72 (Poetry Ireland, Summer 1986)
  • Rumours--36.1.5
  • The Rumours--36.1.5
  • Untitled ["Running from R(o?)man pogroms to the smaller more intimate pogram of Dublin life..."]--36.3.7
  • Sally--37.4.5
  • Salmon and Lecky's Statues in Front Square--36.3.18
  • Sam. Beckett Knowing--37.1.9
  • Untitled ["The same street lurks..."]--33.1.9
  • Untitled ["The sand is hundred-acred with the tide gone out..."]--35.3.7
  • Sara at the Night Door, 1959--36.1.1
  • Sara's Flowers, 1959--36.1.1
  • Saturday Morning--32.2, 38.8
  • Untitled ["The savage cry, the thump, the thump..."]--34.6.2
  • Untitled ["A scarecrow, in love with flocks he keeps away..."]--37.4.2
  • School--37.4.6
  • The School--32.2, 37.4.6
  • Scrivener's Palsy--33.2.4, 38.8
  • The Sea--32.4, 37.4.7
  • Untitled ["Sea, seducing mumbler..."]--35.4.4
  • Untitled ["Sea, seducing mumbler, susurrus sea..."]--35.4.4, 36.4.8
  • Untitled ["Sea, seducing mumbler, susurrum sea..."]--36.4.8
  • Sea Wall--37.4.9, 38.4.4
  • The Sea Wall--32.2, 37.4.9
  • The Seamstress Walking through Sligo at Night in the Snow--36.4.2
  • Search--37.4.8
  • A Seasonal Aunt--32.5, 37.4.10
  • Second Letter to the Emporer--37.5.1
  • Second Note--32.5
  • A Second Note--37.5.2
  • A Second Private Note: On Prose--32.4
  • The Second Time--37.5.3
  • The Secret Ministry of Anna Smith--33.2.6
  • Self--37.5.4
  • Self Instruction--32.1, 38.8
  • Senex--36.6.13
  • Untitled ["Senile gaunt man with his basket..."]--36.3.16
  • Seven Skins Or So in Main Street--33.1.10
  • Seventeen--38.8
  • Shadows in the Room--38.3.1
  • The Shallow South--38.8
  • [S?]he ["She's walking in the calm, yellow street..."]--37.6.16
  • Untitled ["She's walking in a calm yellow street..."]--37.6.16
  • Ship without Timber--37.5.5
  • The Shore of Utopia--33.2.10
  • Short Letter to Tobias--37.6.10
  • Untitled ["A shrinking man and a wicker basket..."]--34.5.6
  • Untitled ["A shrinking man with a wicker basket..."]--34.5.6
  • The Side of the Hill--32.4, 38.8
  • Side-road--32.5
  • The Side Road--37.5.6
  • Sights--37.6.11
  • The Signals of Autumn--37.4.3
  • Silver Clown in Winter--37.6.17, 38.8
  • Untitled ["Since we are to hurry on…"]--38.7
  • Sing for the Women--37.1.9
  • Sister's Love, 1959--36.1.1
  • Sit Down--37.6.12
  • Untitled ["Sit down, sweet love, do[?] not wander through the chairs for now..."]--37.6.12
  • Untitled ["Sitting in an armchair..."]--33.6.4
  • Untitled ["Sitting in my armchair I recalled..."]--33.6.4
  • Sketch from the Great Bull Wall--32.5, 32.7, 35.3.7, 42.7
  • Skins in Main Street--33.1.10
  • Untitled ["The sky shoutes (sic) out with thunder..."]--34.3.4
  • Untitled ["The sky shouts out..."]--34.3.4
  • Untitled ["The sky shouts out: the house holds stiff..."]--34.3.4, 36.6.15
  • Untitled ["The sky shouts out with thunder..."]--34.3.4
  • Slack--38.8
  • The Slave--38.5.7
  • Slip of Paper--32.2
  • Slow End--37.5.7
  • A Slow End--37.5.7
  • The Slow End--37.5.7
  • Untitled ["Small and poor, his windy ashes:..."]--35.4.4
  • Untitled ["Small and poor, his windy ashes. How many ounces in old Hannibal..."]--35.4.4
  • Small birds at the border of the Universe--33.2.7
  • A Small Fact--37.4.8
  • Untitled ["small pile, poor pile, pile of ashes..."]--35.4.4
  • Untitled ["Small pile, poor pile, of windy ashes..."]--35.4.4
  • Untitled ["A small wind comes to talk of autumn..."]--36.6.5
  • Untitled ["A smell of dead wood lying..."]--38.1.7
  • Untitled ["The snout of the sun is rough with snarls..."]--34.3.3
  • Untitled ["The snout of the sun seemed rough with snarls..."]--34.3.3
  • Untitled ["The snout of the sun was rough with snarls..."]--34.3.3
  • Untitled ["A snounted sun and rough heat..."]--34.3.3
  • Untitled ["A soft and frightened robin is my love..."]--33.2.7
  • Solo for Stranger--37.6.18
  • The Solitaries--38.8
  • Untitled ["Some local goddess planned their subtle outing..."]--34.3.1
  • Untitled ["Someday my brother, now a young man at Harvard…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["Somehow, we've been here three years..."]--37.4.4
  • Untitled ["Someone sent this postcard to someone..."]--37.1.8
  • Untitled ["Something I have sometimes been reminded of..."]--34.2.2
  • Song--32.1, 35.5.12, 38.8
  • Song Against Winter--37.6.3
  • Untitled ["Song birds no longer..."]--36.4.12
  • Song for Brendán--33.4.5
  • Song for the Listener--35.4.14
  • Untitled ["The song of birds is gentle to the ear..."]--35.1.11
  • Untitled ["The song of birds seems gentle to the ear..."]--35.1.11
  • Song of the Marais--37.6.2
  • A Song of the Marais--37.6.2
  • Song of the Wood Above Zurich--37.1.10
  • Song: Minstrel of the Leaves--37.6.1
  • Songs against Winter--37.6.3, 71 (Icarus, Summer/Autumn 1978)
  • Sonnet--32.1-2, 33.1.1
  • sonnet--34.1.5
  • Sonnet: Hospital Bed--37.6.13
  • Sonnet for Heather--33.1.13
  • Sonnet for My Father's Journey (to be sung on the roads of Greece)--35.1.9
  • Sonnet: The Hospital--37.6.13
  • Sonnet in Praise of Slavery--38.8
  • The Source--34.4.1
  • South West (To J. O'H)--32.7, 37.6.4
  • Southern Comfort--38.8
  • Southern Discomfort--38.8
  • The Spaces--33.2.1
  • Sparrows--38.8
  • Spell--32.1-2, 38.8
  • Untitled ["A spider stands, sullen, on a leaf's skin(?)..."]--34.4.2
  • Untitled ["A spider, sullen, on a young tree..."]--34.4.2
  • Untitled ["A spider, sullen, on a young tree;..."]--34.4.2
  • Untitled ["Spiders, sullen, on a young tree;..."]--34.4.2
  • Spring Letter--35.5.9
  • Untitled [A square in Paris…"]--32.2
  • St. Brendan's Wing is Burning Tonight--38.8
  • St. Stephen's Green: Long after Burials--33.1.9
  • The Starlings--37.6.5
  • A Start in Winter--36.2.1
  • A State--32.2, 37.6.14
  • Stature and Oddity--35.4.4
  • Stature to Oddity (from Juvenal)--35.4.4
  • Staying Alive--38.8
  • Stealthy Street--33.1.10
  • Still--37.6.6
  • Still Life--32.1
  • A Storm--32.2, 32.5, 38.8
  • Untitled ["Stormy blow the winter winds…"]--38.8
  • A Story--32.1-2
  • The Story--38.8
  • Stranger at his house--34.3.4
  • Untitled ["The strap at the back ties the cover of your breasts..."]--38.2.9
  • Stray--35.5.10
  • Strays--35.5.10
  • The Street--37.6.2
  • The Street ["I saw her at the last moment..."]--33.5.9
  • Strength--32.4, 37.6.7
  • The Stroll--36.4.19
  • Untitled ["Stupid men can have wisdom..."]--35.4.12
  • Such Love--32.2
  • A Suicide--37.6.15
  • The Suicide by Night-"a true tale in rhyme"--37.6.15
  • Untitled ["Sullen spider on a young tree..."]--34.4.2
  • Summer Desk ["If I join these..."]--37.4.2
  • Summer Desk in the wood of fern--37.4.2
  • Summer Desk ["Leave the desk for the rustling evening..."]--32.5, 32.7, 37.4.1, 33.5.5
  • Summer Desk, Coolatin Estate--37.4.2
  • The Sun Hits the Tip of the Hill--34.6.4, 36.4.8, 37.6.8
  • Untitled ["The sun is hill-stroked, rough with snarls..."]--34.3.3
  • Sunday Down the Town--38.8
  • Untitled ["Suns will bloom a secret red…"]--32.1
  • Swedish Girl--37.6.19
  • Sweet and Bitter--32.2, 37.6.9
  • The Tagged Weeks--33.2.5
  • A Tailor's Story--37.3.9
  • Take Care of My Snake--38.2.5
  • Take Care Snake We'll Miss You--38.2.5
  • Take Care, Snake, We'll Miss You--38.2.5, 73 (TCD, February 1975)
  • Untitled ["Take me to market…"]--32.2
  • Talking--32.1-2
  • The Talking in the pub [tonight] reminded me:--34.2.2
  • Untitled ["The tall roofs shape this room…"]--38.8
  • The Telephone--37.3.10
  • The Telephone Call--37.3.10
  • Temporary Work--37.3.11
  • The Ten-P Resort--38.1.3
  • Tereu--38.1.4
  • Untitled ["That girl with hair some dislike…"]…38.8
  • Untitled ["The bonnet swings down to the tarred ramp--..."]--37.6.3
  • Untitled ["The harbour here..."]--37.6.3
  • Untitled ["The lines are only mountains..."]--37.3.12
  • Untitled ["The path (conducts?) the innocent heath…"]--33.6.1
  • Untitled ["The path protects the innocent heath…"]--33.6.1
  • Untitled ["The same street crawls to its bridge..."]--33.1.9
  • Untitled ["...the tall beamed roofs that..."]--37.4.2
  • Untitled ["The thing I've wanted most of all is a bit of a farm..."]--33.2.2
  • Untitled ["The three rocks, heavy with their unworn sands..."]--38.1.4
  • Untitled ["The tide (?gone?) out, hundred-acreing sand..."]--35.3.7
  • Untitled ["The trees stop..."]--34.4.4
  • Untitled ["There are reasons…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["There he is at the writing desk..."]--34.6.4
  • Untitled ["There is a magic man in the house today..."]--35.4.14
  • Untitled ["There's a magic man in the house today..."]--35.4.14
  • Untitled ["There's no doubt that I want it back…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["There's things…"]--32.4
  • Untitled ["There is an unimportant glory in that canal..."]--33.6.6
  • Untitled ["There [was?] little walking to be done..."]--38.5.1
  • Untitled ["There were so many men locked up in Calcutta…"]--38.7
  • Untitled ["These young moon cadences grow old..."]--33.2.9
  • Untitled ["They kept tight ranks by order…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["Things aren't true, it's not for truth..."]--33.6.8
  • Untitled ["Things aren't true; it's not for truth..."]--33.6.8
  • This--37.1.7
  • Untitled ["This gaunt man and his bloated basket..."]--34.5.6
  • Untitled ["This other place..."]--33.6.3
  • Untitled ["This sort of weather…"]--38.8
  • Thomas Moore in Dame Street--38.1.6
  • Thomas Moore in Key West--38.1.5, 69 (The Blue Canary, Winter 1986)
  • Thomas Moore in the Monument Creameries--38.1.6, 69 (The Blue Canary, Winter 1986)
  • Thomas Moore Over Key West--38.1.5
  • Untitled ["Those lines are only mountains..."]--33.2.9
  • Untitled ["Though earlier I rode his tweedy back..."]--38.5.4
  • Though the Window Looked over the Roof--36.2.6
  • Though the Window Looks over the Roof--36.2.6
  • Three Facts about Nicola McGilligan--33.5.6
  • Three Fine Fairies--38.8
  • Untitled ["Through this same daub some generations..."]--35.2.4
  • Thumbnail--37.1.8
  • The Tide Hotel--38.2.4
  • Untitled ["Time consumes dust too, you do remember..."]--37.6.13
  • Time Off--36.1.3
  • Title--36.3.23
  • To a Lover--32.4
  • To an American--38.8
  • To a Girl--32.2, 38.8
  • To a Lover--38.8
  • To a priest beyond the mark of forty years--38.8
  • To a priest in middle-age--37.1.12
  • To a Tired Poet--35.1.9
  • Untitled ["To be intimate: you were soft and white..."]--38.2.9
  • To E.K.--32.2, 38.2.6
  • Untitled ["To have lived like that is not the greatest thing..."]--34.3.8
  • Untitled ["...to Leicester, requiring to be..."]--34.1.1
  • To Old Head Lodge--32.2
  • To you all out there--38.8
  • The Tomb Builder--38.2.3
  • The Tomb Painter--38.2.3
  • Untitled ["Tonight a little of the morning sings..."]--34.6.15
  • Untitled ["Tonight I have not bothered..."]--33.2.4
  • Untitled ["Tonight you are retainer, time…"]--38.8
  • Tossed Hair--37.6.3
  • Tossing Off--36.2.7
  • A Town--32.1, 35.5.8
  • The Town--35.2.3
  • Train--38.2.2
  • A Train--38.2.2
  • The Train--38.2.2
  • Travellers in the Yard, 1959--36.1.1
  • The Traveller's Birds--38.8
  • The Travellers Song--36.3.22
  • Travellers Tale--36.3.19
  • Travellers Tales--36.3.19
  • Travellers' Tales--36.3.19
  • Travelling in the Back--33.1.13
  • Untitled ["Treading, choosing, slipping under the hood..."]--35.2.2
  • The Tree Alphabet--38.1.2
  • Trees Like Men, 1959--36.1.1
  • Trooper O'Hara at the Indian Wars--32.3, 38.2.1
  • The Trouble--36.6.19
  • Troubles--32.1-2
  • Trout Brother--38.1.9
  • True Relation of the Islands Voyage--38.1.8
  • True Relation of the Islands Voyage, 1597--32.3, 38.1.8
  • The Tuesday Women--38.8
  • The Turbot--38.8
  • Untitled ["Turning branches, light as thinner twigs..."]--34.3.3
  • Two at the Well, 1959--36.1.1
  • Two Better Hemispheres--38.1.1
  • Two Brothers Up--32.5, 38.1.7, 69 (Cyphers, Spring 1979)
  • Two Flags--32.4, 38.2.7
  • Two Generations--32.2, 38.8
  • Two Letters--38.2.8, 37.2.1, 36.4.8
  • Two Seas in the Dark--36.6.15
  • Two Statues from a Window--36.3.18
  • Two Statues in Stone--36.3.18
  • Two Stone Statues--36.3.18
  • Untitled ["Unable to care for sullen grass..."]--35.4.15
  • Untitled ["Unbrittle bracken and the stones..."]--35.4.1
  • An Uncertain Poet--32.2
  • The Uncivil District--38.8
  • Untitled ["Under a smother of street-lamps..."]--33.4.4
  • Untitled ["Under duffle..."]--35.2.2
  • Under the Walls of Assisi--35.2.2
  • Unfinished Poem--34.6.15
  • The Unionist--35.4.3
  • The Universe of the Postcard--37.1.8
  • The University--38.3.1
  • University, The [turning branches/sullen grass/Campanile]--35.4.15
  • Unknown Painting--38.8
  • Unnatural History (for Oliver Reynolds)--38.3.3
  • Unnatural History Museum--38.3.3
  • Unofficial Guide--38.8
  • Untitled ["Up through its valley climbs the night..."]--35.4.2
  • Usual Bed-time--38.3.2
  • Verses for Coollattin Demesne--37.4.2
  • Verses for Coolatin Estate--37.4.2
  • Verses for a Whore--32.4
  • Verses to a Small Woman--38.8
  • Vertumnus: Libellus--34.3.5
  • Vertumnus: Libellus cassibus impositus venor--34.3.5
  • Very Short Poems--38.4.4
  • Untitled ["A Victorian town of shopfronts..."]--33.1.10
  • Victorian Dream--36.4.7
  • Victorian View--36.4.7
  • Victory--32.2, 38.8
  • The View--38.8
  • The View from Capel St Bridge--33.6.10
  • Village Boy--38.4.5
  • The Village Game--38.4.1
  • Village Life--32.4, 38.8
  • Vision--37.3.3
  • The Vision of Elegabalus--38.4.2
  • The Visions (for James Mackintosh)--32.7, 38.4.6
  • Visions of Elegabalus--38.4.2
  • The Visions of Elegabalus--38.4.2
  • The Visit--36.4.5
  • The Visitation--37.3.11
  • Voice--37.5.12
  • A Voice--32.4, 38.8
  • The Volume--34.5.3
  • Voyage to Athlone, Azania for James Mathews--35.6.3
  • Voyage to Azania (a letter to James Mathews)--38.4.3
  • Voyage to Azania (a letter to James Mathews of Athlone)--38.4.3
  • Voyage to Azania: A Letter to James Mathews of Athlone (Cape Town)--32.7
  • Voyage to Azania (a letter to James Mathews of Athlone [Cape Town])--32.3, 38.4.3
  • Voyage to Azania (a letter to James Mathews of Athlone, Cape Town)--38.4.3
  • Voyage to Azania (for James Mathews) ["The deck is bedded with purple flowers..."]-- 38.4.3
  • Voyage to Azania (for James Mathews) [" 'Not Hottentot or Bushman, the words the..."]-- 35.6.3
  • Voyage to Azania (for James Mathews of Athlone, Cape Town)--35.6.3
  • Voyage to Azania (for James Mathews of Cape Town)--35.6.3
  • The Voyages of James Miranda Barry--36.4.16
  • A Walk--33.5.2
  • The Walk--33.5.2
  • The Walk ["We walk round this acre of old garden..."]--32.5, 32.7, 38.5.3
  • Walking Too Late--34.5.8
  • The Walls of Assisi--35.2.4
  • Untitled ["Wandering the tracks of the muddy wood..."]--38.1.1
  • Want--32.2, 38.8
  • Untitled ["Warm wood and dead bees..."]--37.4.1
  • Untitled ["...warmth tracing a body against mine..."]--34.3.4
  • Watching over Water--33.2.10
  • Watching Sara, 1959--36.1.1
  • Untitled ["The water beats away..."]--35.6.1
  • The Water-Colourist--38.5.4
  • The Watercolorist--38.5.4, 72 (Paris Voices, Summer 1979)
  • The Watercolourist--32.5, 38.5.4
  • Untitled ["We arrived from no events..."]--36.2.1
  • Untitled ["We cannot return to this. One by one we forget the forest..."]--34.4.4
  • Untitled ["We go out onto the broad moor..."]--38.4.1
  • Untitled ["We have no story that I can write…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["We lived in an alphabet room..."]--34.6.8
  • Untitled ["We rose through ranks like worms through planks..."]--34.4.5
  • Untitled ["Weak, like a frail child poised..."]--34.1.5
  • Untitled ["Weak, like a frail child's poise..."]--34.1.5
  • The Weather Witch – October--38.5.5
  • The Weddings Breakfast ["That was a loosely apron and goose-eggs affair..."]--34.3.1
  • The Weddings Breakfast ["That was a strictly apron and hen-eggs affair..."]--34.3.1
  • Untitled ["Weigh out the pile of ashes..."]--35.4.4
  • The Well--38.5.6
  • Untitled ["We're not long in this new flat of ours…"]--38.8
  • West--32.2, 38.8
  • West Pier--33.1.4
  • West Pier--34.5.7
  • West Pier: 'I watch over waters...'--34.5.7
  • West Pier, in a Blue Suit--33.1.4
  • Western Bicycling with Monsieur Mirre--34.2.10
  • Untitled ["What a sea-front cheat it is..."]--33.2.5
  • Untitled ["What could I do with God..."]--38.5.13
  • Untitled ["What could I do with God then?"]--38.5.13
  • Untitled ["What ease for the city the sun makes..."]--38.2.3
  • What I Have--32.4, 38.8
  • Untitled ["What is this (sin?) of love I feel?"]--37.3.10
  • Untitled ["What men walked within the wood..."]--36.4.12
  • Untitled ["What men walked within this wood..."]--36.4.12
  • Untitled ["What must I say for the greening tree?"]--33.5.5
  • What Pat Gavney Knew--38.5.7
  • What Pat Gavney Knows--38.5.7
  • Untitled ["What sorrow in his life has he..."]--33.6.3
  • Untitled ["When Domitian was beating our world…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["When I was living in Coolatin..."]--35.5.10
  • Untitled ["When I was six feet in the sky..."]--36.3.17
  • Untitled ["Where is this place? A haunted wealth of scree..."]--36.4.7
  • Untitled ["Wherever pleasure beckons…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["The white car flows over Fullcircle bridge..."]--33.1.13
  • Untitled ["The white car flows over Ringsend bridge..."]--33.1.13
  • The White Country of the Pavements--38.5.8, 38.4.4
  • Untitled ["White shirts, all your life..."]--33.6.9
  • Untitled ["The white-tailed bee..."]--37.1.5
  • Untitled ["The white-tailed bee sings in its buttercups..."]--37.1.5
  • Untitled ["Who minds if I join these things..."]--37.4.2
  • Who was Jack Robinson?--38.8
  • Untitled ["Why don't pelicans get up and dance…"]--38.8
  • Why Weepest Thou? (crossed out)--38.8
  • The Window Looked over the Roof--36.2.6
  • A Window Looks over the Roof--36.2.6
  • The Winter Coat--38.5.9
  • Winter Eclipse--34.6.4
  • The Winter Jacket--38.5.9
  • Winter Women--35.2.4
  • The Winter Women--37.2.4
  • A Wish for Annie Dunne--38.5.10
  • Wish You Were Here--37.1.8
  • Wishful Thinking--32.2, 38.8
  • With a Girl--32.4
  • Untitled ["With a view to forty foot gentleman…"]--38.8
  • With cities, full-mooned fields...-- 35.1.9
  • Untitled ["With cities, full-mooned fields or dawn..."]--35.1.9
  • Untitled ["With cities, full-mooned fields, or dawn..."]--35.1.9
  • With Dust and Roses--34.5.6
  • Untitled ["With legs and silver wings..."]--33.5.10
  • Without--32.4
  • The Wolf--38.8
  • Woman Under the Walls of Assissi [sic]--35.2.4
  • The Wood--33.5.2
  • The Wood--35.1.10
  • Wood in the Barley--36.5.7
  • Untitled ["The wood takes trouble..."]--33.4.3
  • The Wood-Pigeons--38.5.11
  • The Woodpigeons--38.5.11
  • Work--37.4.1
  • Work ["A hard game but a happy one…"]--32.2, 38.8
  • Work ["The author reaches his desk and asks his mistress to stay away..."]--38.5.2
  • Work ["Winter night work..."]--34.6.4
  • Work and Lust and Love--32.2
  • Wound--34.1.5
  • The Wounds--38.5.12
  • Untitled ["Write for a rhythm and its words placed along..."]--35-37.1.9
  • Untitled ["Write for the rhythm and its words..."]--35.1.9
  • The Wrong Idea--37.3.5
  • The Wrong Shoes--38.5.1
  • The Wrong Shoes For Eoghan--32.7
  • Untitled ["Y el pecho del amor muy lastimado..."]--33.3.4
  • Untitled [Yesterday this work was agreeable…"]--32.4
  • Untitled ["...you remind us of our childhood, the brown children..."]--34.4.4
  • The Young--32.7, 38.6
  • Untitled ["Young but with woman tasted..."]--34.5.1
  • Untitled ["You buried by two hundred voices..."]--35.5.6
  • Untitled ["You are away and I sit here..."]--33.2.5
  • Untitled ["You might sit here forever…"]--38.8
  • Untitled ["You say you walk in College gates…"]--38.8
  • Zurich ["I visit the hospital of its winter months..."]--34.5.10
  • Zurich 1. The Young--38.6
  • Zurich 2. The Dark--34.5.10
  • Untitled, Unidentified--38.8

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