Thomas MacGreevyOriginal Source:
Diplomatic editions of MacGreevy's poetry were created from Collected Poems of Thomas MacGreevy: An Annotated Edition, edited by Susan Schreibman (Anna Livia Press and The Catholic University of America Press, 1991). Images of MacGreevy's published poems were taken from MacGreevy's own copy of Poems (Heinemann, 1934). Manuscript copies are from MacGreevy's papers at Trinity College, Dublin (individual manuscript numbers appear in the Witness Details below).Witness a1: 'A Short History of Our Own Time' (7989/1/10) ()
Witness a2: 'Civil War', which was deleted and replaced with 'Ireland, Autumn 1922' ()
Witness a3: 'Ireland Autumn, 1922' (7989/1/7) ()
Witness a4: (7989/1/8) ()
Witness pub: The poem was published in Poems under the title 'Autumn, 1922' ()
Textual Notes: There are four TS versions of this poem entitled 'Ireland Autumn, 1922', 'Civil War', and 'A Short History of Our Own Time'. The poem was most probably written between 1924 and 1926. To the editor's knowledge, it has not been reprinted
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Electronic Edition Information
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Proofing and Additional Encoding by Lara Vetter
Annotations by Susan Schreibman
Published by Susan Schreibman
Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742
Thomas MacGreevy's poetry is reprinted here with the kind permission of Margaret Farrington and Elizabeth Ryan. Permission to reproduce images of Thomas MacGreevy's manuscripts has been generously granted by The Board of Trinity College Dublin.
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