Poet Charles Joseph Kickham

Charles Joseph Kickham

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Charles Joseph Kickham Books, Charles Joseph Kickham poetry book Sally Cavanagh Authors: Charles Joseph Kickham
Publisher: Franklin Classics
Published Date: 2018-10-16
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Charles Joseph Kickham Books, Charles Joseph Kickham poetry book Knocknagow, Or, The Homes of Tipperary Authors: Charles Joseph Kickham
Publisher: Hibernia: Literature and Natio
Published Date: 2002
Categories: Fiction
Knocknagow has been described as 'one of the greatest, if not the greatest, of all Irish novels'. It is on the one hand a political novel, a series of detailed pictures of Tipperary life in which the Land Question is a major theme; and on the other a novel about a community and its people that comes close to Dickens in its humour and richness of character. Kickham lived through the Fenian years and saw the failure of the causes of his youth.

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Lewis Carroll Poem
Fit The Second ( Hunting Of The Snark )
 by Lewis Carroll

The Bellman's Speech

The Bellman himself they all praised to the skies--
Such a carriage, such ease and such grace!
Such solemnity, too! One could see he was wise,
The moment one looked in his face!
He had bought a large map representing the sea,
Without the least vestige of land:

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