Theatre. (in: The Bell - Vol. XVII. No.11 - Edited by Peadar O'Donnell).
- Publication Date:1952
[Montague, John]. Theatre. (in: The Bell - Vol. XVII. No.11 - Edited by Peadar O'Donnell). Dublin, 1952. 8°. 3 pages (Montague-Essay) - In total: 62, 2 nn. pages. Original Brochure. Very good condition. This issue of The Bell also contains contributions by: Sean O'Faolain - The Divided Generation / Padraic Fallo and Roy McFadden - Poems John Montague (born 28 February 1929) is an Irish poet. He was born in New York and brought up in Tyrone. He has published a number of volumes of poetry, two collections of short stories and a two volumes of memoir. He is one of the best known Irish contemporary poets. In 1998 he became the first occupant of the Ireland Chair of Poetry. Montague's poems chart boyhood, schooldays, love and relationships. Family and personal history and Ireland's history are also prominent themes in his poetry. Montague is noted for his vowel harmonies, his use of assonance and echo, and his handling of the line and line break. Montague believes that a poem appears with its own rhythm and that rhythm and line lengths should be based on living speech. (Wikipedia)
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