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Photograph of the pamphlet The Sinn Féin Leaders of 1916
This pamphlet provides ‘14 illustrations and complete lists of deportees and casualties’

Cover of Thomas MacDonagh's Literature in Ireland.
Thomas MacDonagh's work of literary criticism. MacDonagh’s book collects 8 essays (or ‘Studies’ as they are deemed) along with a selection of ‘Poems of the Irish Mode’. Some portions of Literature in Ireland previously appeared in The Irish…

Opening Page ofMetempsychosis by Thomas MacDonagh
Thomas MacDonagh's second play Metempsychosis (1912)First printed in The Irish Review, the play is a satire of theosophy and occultism. It was first performed on 18,19, 20 April 1912 by the Theatre of Ireland, a company formed in 1906 from a number…

Cover ofPagans by Thomas MacDonagh
Thomas MacDonagh's Third Play, Pagans (1915)Pagans is Thomas MacDonagh’s third play after When the Dawn Has Come (1908) and Metempsychosis (1912) and was first produced in April 1915 by the Irish Theatre in Hardwicke Street for a run of six…

Cover of Thomas MacDonagh's Songs of Myself
Thomas MacDonagh's fourth collection of poems. This collection is MacDonagh’s fourth collection of poetry after Through the Ivory Gate (1902), April, May and Other Verse (1903), The Golden Joy (1906). According to Lawrence William White, even if…

Cover of Edward Martyn's play 'The Dream Physician'
The inaugural play of the Irish Theatre, Edward Martyn's The Dream Physician (1914). The Dream Physician was the inaugural play of the Irish Theatre a new dramatic venture set up in 1914 by Martyn, Thomas MacDonagh, and Joseph Plunkett and…

Photograph of the title page for Thomas MacDonagh'sThe Exodus. A Sacred Cantata
1904 Vocal Score for Thomas MacDonagh's The Exodus: A Sacred Cantata (Words by MacDonagh, music by Benedetto Palmieri). In 1904 Thomas MacDonagh won the first price at the Dublin Feis Ceoil for a religious cantata that he wrote with music by the…

Cover of Thomas MacDonagh'sThe Golden Joy (1906)
The Golden Joy is Thomas MacDonagh’s third collection of poetry.  According to Lawrence William White, this volume symbolizes MacDonagh’s transition ‘from Christian mysticism to neo-platonism’ where the poet is conceived ‘as divinely…

Photograph of the frontispiece of theIrish Review (March 1913)
Frontispiece of the March 1913 Irish Review with plate by George Russell (AE) entitled “The Plough and the Earth Spirit.” In the Review under the nom de plume AE, Russell contributed poetry and paintings inspired by his mystic beliefs. He…

Photograph of the Irish Reviewfrontispiece with plate by Nathaniel Hone (January 1912)
Frontispiece of the January 1912 Irish Review with a plate by Nathaniel Hone entitled “The Wave.” Nathaniel Hone II (1831-1917) was connected with other important painters and art dealers on the Irish scene such as John B. Yeats, Sarah Purser and…
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