2 edition of reliques of Father Prout ... found in the catalog.
reliques of Father Prout ...
|Statement||collected and arranged by Oliver Yorke, esq. (Rev. Francis Mahony) with illustrations by Alfred Croquis, esq. (Daniel Maclise, R. A.)|
|LC Classifications||PR4972 .M33 1894|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, , 580 p.|
|Number of Pages||580|
|LC Control Number||03020150|
Could anything have made “Prout’s” name more famous, it must have been the recognition of his peculiar fitness for this work, which speedily followed the publication of his letters over the pseudonym of “Sylvester Savonarola,” first given in the News, and republished in book form under the title of ‘Final Reliques of Father Prout. Eventually he gave up his cure, and devoted himself entirely to literature. His ripe scholarship, his pathos and wit, soon became known to the public in a series of papers, "The Reliques of Father Prout," which first appeared in Fraser's Magazine, and were published in a separate form in
Book review: One Wide Expanse. In Stanford’s Ireland and the Classical Tradition Mahony’s Reliques of Father Prout is particularly honoured. The Shankill Butchers of Martin Dillon’s. The Reliques of Father Prout were collected from Fraser's Magazine and published in two volumes in ; The Final Reliques of Father Prout, chiefly extracted from the Daily News and the Globe, were edited by Blanchard Jerrold in , and an edition of his . Father Prout, a warm friend and reckless admirer of O'Brien's ingenuity, also retaliated on Moore in his ‘Reliques.’ O'Brien was at one time tutor in the family of the master of the rolls, and was for some years a regular reader at the British Museum.
Rebecca’s Vest by Karl Miller My own father’s beautiful, eccentric memoir, full of wonderful prose, and illuminating digressions. Not strictly a book about fathers, but his dad, William. Left alone, I fell into a companionship of eccentric reading, collecting every edition of a forgotten priest-writer of the nineteenth century — Francis Sylvester Mahony, or Father Prout, as he styled himself in his great published work, The Reliques of Father Prout, a book of essays that was reprinted every seven years throughout the. The Reliques of Father Prout. Horace $ - $ Horace: The Odes, Epodes, Satires, and Epistles: Translated by the Most Eminent English Scholars and Poets, Including Ben Jonson, Milton, Dryden, Addison, Lytton, Conington, Calverley, Sir Theodore Ma The First Book of Horace's Satires, Tr. by F. Howes. Horace $ The Epistles and.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedThe Reliques of Father Prout. By Oliver Yorke and Francis Mahony. - London - George Bell and Sons. " by 5"; (xiv) pp.ADDITIONAL: Oliver Yorke, The Reliques of Father Prout (London, ("Digitized by Google")), pp."The Groves of Blarney" (1 text in Gaelic, English, French, Greek and Latin) Kathleen Hoagland, editor, One Thousand Years of Irish Poetry (New York, ), pp.
.mortal " Reliques," the imaginary I ebook Prouit "' is the real, genuine, ever-living man; while the original is, little ebook than a shadow. Wherever the English language is known the " Reliques of Father Prout "1 must ever continue to be the most delightful book of its kind in all,the world.
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