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James Stephens

Author Code: IJST

Born: Feb. 9, 1882 - Dublin, Ireland

Died: Dec. 26, 1950 - Eversleigh, London, England

Educated at Meath Protestant Industrial School for Boys, Stephens began working as a law clerk in 1896 and worked for a variety of solicitors until he was 'discovered' by George W. Russell in 1907. He was employed as an actor for a number of years while producing his own plays. In 1911, he was one of the founders of the Irish Review. In 1912, he published Crock of Gold, which was well-received, and moved to Paris. In 1918, he was named Registrar of the National Gallery of Dublin, a post he held until 1924. He met James Joyce in 1929 and the two became closest of friends. During the 1930's, he toured America on the lecture circuit and his literary output declined. In 1937, he began broadcasting for the BBC, which he continued to do until his death. His many works include Five New Poems (1913), Here Are Ladies (1913), The Demi-Gods (1914), Songs From the Clay (1915), The Insurrection in Dublin (1916), Irish Fairy Tales (1920), Deirdre (1923), Etched in Moonlight (1928), Theme and Variations (1930) and Kings and the Moon (1938).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
IJST002 The Crock of Gold 1912 96 424k eBook Download PDF - 'The Crock of Gold' (IJST002) Find a printed copy of The Crock of Gold by James Stephens at AbeBooks
IJST001 Here Are Ladies
  The Blind Man
  Brigid
  The Daisies
  A Glass of Beer
  The Horses
  Mistress Quiet-Eyes
  The Moon
  One and One
  Sweet-Apple
  There is A Tavern in the Town
  Three Angry People
  Three Happy Places
  Three Heavy Husbands
  Three Lovers Who Lost
  Three Women Who Wept
  Three Young Wives
  The Threepenny-Piece
  The Triangle
  Women
1913 95 467k eBook Download PDF - 'Here Are Ladies' (IJST001) Find a printed copy of Here Are Ladies by James Stephens at AbeBooks
IJST004 The Insurrection in Dublin 1916 36 245k eBook Download PDF - 'The Insurrection in Dublin' (IJST004) Find a printed copy of The Insurrection in Dublin by James Stephens at AbeBooks
IJST003 Irish Fairy Tales
  Becuma of the White Skin
  The Birth of Bran
  The Boyhood of Fionn
  The Carl of the Drab Coat
  The Enchanted Cave of Cesh Corran
  The Little Brawl At Allen
  Mongan's Frenzy
  Oisin's Mother
  The Story of Tuan Mac Cairill
  The Wooing of Becfola
1920 166 572k eBook Download PDF - 'Irish Fairy Tales' (IJST003) Find a printed copy of Irish Fairy Tales by James Stephens at AbeBooks
IJST005 Mary, Mary 1912 72 351k eBook Download PDF - 'Mary, Mary' (IJST005) Find a printed copy of Mary, Mary by James Stephens at AbeBooks

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