A collection of 14 short pieces by Gogarty, who is associated with the . There are reminiscences herein of others who...

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MOURNING MRS. SPLENDLOVE

A collection of 14 short pieces by Gogarty, who is associated with the . There are reminiscences herein of others who figured and ntion also is given to (George Russell), to Synge, Lady Gregory, and others, a colorful group of poets, playwrights, artists. He shares his impressions on revisiting Dublin, after spending some time in the United States. He writes of fairies and supernatural beings, of personal experiences, of stories heard and people known. A motley collection of varied interest, with a thread of faith in the simple people going through much of his material. There's charm and magic for some in the book; there's a bit here and there for most readers. But in the main, it's for a somewhat literary and erudite market.

Pub Date: March 26, 1948

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Creative Age

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1948