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Seumas O'Sullivan *

a.k.a. James Sullivan Starkey, J. H. Orwell *

Author Code: ISOS

Born: Jul. 17, 1879 - Dublin, Ireland

Died: Mar. 24, 1958 - Rathgar, Dublin, Ireland

Educated privately and at the Catholic Medical School, O'Sullivan worked for a time in his father's pharmacy before entering publishing, subsequently trading as Maunsel & Co. In 1905, he published his first book of verse, The Twilight People, later set to music by R. Vaughn. In 1923, he became the editor of The Dublin Magazine, a position he continued to hold until his death. In 1926, he married the artist Estella Solomons and together they were friends with the literati of Ireland including Yeats, G. W. Russell and James Stephens. O'Sullivan developed a reputation as a heavy drinker and was often argumentative. nevertheless, he was a gifted poet and an astute editor who recognized some of Ireland's greatest talent, including Samuel Beckett and Mary Lavin. His works include Verses Sacred and Profane (1906), The Earth Lover and Other Poems (1909), Requiem and Other Poems (1917), The Rosses and Other Poems (1918), The Lamplighter and Other Poems (1929), At Christmas (1934), This is the House and Other Verses (1942) and Dublin Poems (1946).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ISOS001 The Twilight People
  Adoration
  Children of Kings
  A Dream
  The Enchantress
  To the End of Days
  The End of the Quest
  Envy
  The Faun
  From "The Book of the Pilgrim"
  The Half Door
  The Herdsman
  Homage
  In the Valley of the Hazels
  Invocation
  To the Lady of the Poplars
  "The Love-Gift of Sorrow"
  Loyalty
  Memory
  The Message
  On the Edge of the Desert
  Out of the Strong, Sweetness
  Outcast from Eden
  The Path
  The Pilgrim
  The Poplars
  The Portent
  Praise
  Remembrance
  The Sedges
  Shaun Dubh
  The Sheep
  Song
  A Song in Praise of Love
  The Twilight People
  Two Paths
  The Unpitying
  A Vision of Hosting
  The Wild Rose
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