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AnChartlann: "It was by the stream Of the castled Maine, One Autumn eve, in the Teuton’s land, That I dreamed this dream Of the time and reign Of Cáhal Mór of the Wine red Hand!"

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Irish poet James Clarence Mangan (May 1,1803), author of the poem “Woman of Three Cows” et al.

Pad_Ban: Easter Rising 1916 – the aftermath: arrests and executions

TomDouglas95: James Clarence Mangan, a poet, was born in Dublin in 1803 - the son of a grocer. He died in the Cholera epidemic of the 1840s after a short life of poverty. 'Dark Rosaleen' has been named in the Irish Times favorites.

dubdecodedtours: discussion includes everything from the publishers and booksellers of Castle St in the 1600' and 1700s; theatre culture of the Restoration and Georgian Eras; to fascinating figures like James Clarence Mangan, John Ogilsby and Lady Sydney Morgan.

nemoloris: Fenian sympathisers given free hand at Poetry Please under Frank Delaney. (James Clarence Mangan in the Daily Mail! Who’d have thunk it.)

declanghenry: My Dark Rosaleen by James Clarence Mangan: O my dark Rosaleen, Do not sigh, do not weep! The priests are on the ocean green, They march along the deep. There’s wine fr...

_simple_python: The most accomplished poet to publish in The Nation was James Clarence Mangan, who engaged with the famine in a melodramatic, intense, and often morbid style. Death toll, emigration to America, and demographic effects

infomatique: James Clarence Mangan, born James Mangan (Irish: Séamus Ó Mangáin; 1 May 1803, Dublin – 20 June 1849), was an Irish poet. He freely translated works from German, Turkish, Persian, Arabic, and Irish, with his translations of Goethe gaining special interest

classwithdavey: Thoughts on James Clarence Mangan. 1/3

nemoloris: Just look at the brilliantly terrible rhymes in this poem of James Clarence Mangan’s.

AnChartlann: The Song of The Hatred (Amhrán an Fhuatha), originally a German song, Das Lied vom Hasse by the Young Germany poet Georg Herwegh, translated into English by James Clarence Mangan and then into Irish by Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa is now on the site:

cilleinmcevoy: James Clarence Mangan's The Warning Voice (Written in 1847 as the famine was wasting Ireland) "False bands shall be broken, Dead systems shall crumble, And the haughty shall hear Truths never yet spoken"

colettenetherl1: Ireland’s National Poet. James Clarence Mangan’s grave in Glasnevin Cemetery. When he wrote Dark Rosaleen any acts of nationalism were outlawed in Ireland. The female character Rosaleen represents Ireland.

IrishTimesBooks: James Clarence Mangan, the rebel poet

clitullus: “Tell though the world, when my bones lie whitening Amid the last homes of youth and eld, That there was once one whose veins ran lightning No eye beheld” - James Clarence Mangan

johnstonglenn: Edgar Allan Poe died OTD in 1849. In the 1902 essay James Clarence Mangan, James Joyce referred to him as "the high priest of most modern schools." His New York cottage might appear to have a bucolic setting but it's a traffic island in the Bronx.

ArtsyAnglican: (This is a poetic version of portions of St. Patrick’s Breastplate by James Clarence Mangan.)

thepainterflynn: Today in 1849 James Clarence Mangan, poet, dies, in Dublin age 46

BaltimoreParade: 20 Jun 1849, Dublin: James Clarence Mangan died. His poetry, with a strong nationalist bent, influenced the likes of William Butler Yeats, James Joyce, and Shane MacGowan.

cabhree: "A Lament: For the Tironian and Tiroconnellian Princes Buried at Rome" translated by James Clarence Mangan

cabhree: "Kathaleen Ny-Houlahan" by James Clarence Mangan

gerardlee10: James Clarence Mangan, botd 1803.

thepainterflynn: Today in 1803 James Clarence Mangan, poet, is born in Dublin

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Irish poet James Clarence Mangan (May 1,1803), author of the poem “Woman of Three Cows” et al.

JohnMcDonald15: precursors to modernist poetry. Some of his poems here:

ELTNetwork: Prof. Dr. Arda Arikan The Literary Opus of James Clarence Mangan April 27 at 18:00

OFidhne: There’s a wildness in Celtic women, a fire, lightening in their blood. Be careful, lest ye get burned. “The Erne, at its highest flood,     I dash’d across unseen, For there was lightning in my blood,     My Dark Rosaleen!” ~ James Clarence Mangan

ryuji_kanno: "...And he fell far through that pit abysmal, The gulf and grave of Maginn and Burns, And pawned his soul for the devil's dismal Stock of returns." - "The Nameless One" - James Clarence Mangan | Seamus O Mangain

DanMulhall: In Siberia’s wastes Are sands and rocks. Nothing blooms of green or soft But the snow-peaks rise aloft & the gaunt ice-blocks. And the exile there Is one with those; They are part, and he is part, For the sands are in his heart, & the killing snows. James Clarence Mangan 1803-49

cilleinmcevoy: "When other men in future years, In wonder ask, how this could be? Then answer only by thy tears, That ruin fell on thine and thee" - James Clarence Mangan

nemoloris: Good pub quiz question would be to name the connection between this beermat, Samuel Beckett, James Clarence Mangan and Schiller.

BeatnikBipo: 'Go on to tell how, with genius wasted, Betray'd in friendship, befool'd in love, With spirit shipwreck'd, and young hopes blasted, He still, still strove;' James Clarence Mangan, The Nameless One (1849)

nemoloris: In 1832, which is to say three years before Gogol’s ‘The Nose’, James Clarence Mangan is alarmed in a Dublin pub by a fellow drinker’s nose, which grows before his eyes and threatens to cover ‘every square foot of vacant space in this mighty metropolis.’

Sinabhfuil: Now, there's a surprise. I never knew James Clarence Mangan translated from Irish

Sinabhfuil: The poet James Clarence Mangan on his childhood in Dublin

nemoloris: Felix works on his James Clarence Mangan impersonation.

mdmtirz1: James Clarence Mangan's Mihri Translation from Rahiki It's great...

Sinabhfuil: So annoying that I didn't actually name the file with this wonderful description of James Clarence Mangan with its source

thepainterflynn: Today in 1849 poet, James Clarence Mangan, dies in Dublin

Casey10665741: James Clarence Mangan - The Nameless One

Casey10665741: A Lament For The Princes Of Tyrone And Tyrconnel (James Clarence Mangan ...

drmarykathryn: Soon I hope to share work on Dublin based hauntings, featuring Charles Maturin, James Clarence Mangan, Sheridan Le Fanu, Bram Stoker, and Oscar Wilde. And who knows, Joyce may make a special appearance too. Happy Bloomsday everyone!

lorraineelizab6: Rosaleen is Róisín, "little rose" anglicised! Popularity from Dark Rosaleen, title of James Clarence Mangan translation of Róisín Dubd ("Dark Little Rose")! Patriotic poem disguised as love song, when nationalistic expression outlawed. Thus the name is a poetic symbol of Ireland!

CollectorsShop: Irish Commemorative Stamps: 1949 James Clarence Mangan 1d Green pair on ‘printed’ FDC

CollectorsShop: Irish Commemorative Stamps: 1949 James Clarence Mangan 1d (block of 4) on ‘hand-made’ FDC with FDC cachet and typed address

CollectorsShop: Irish Commemorative Stamps: 1949 James Clarence Mangan (Set of 1 on ‘plain’ FDC)

CollectorsShop: Irish Commemorative Stamps: 1949 James Clarence Mangan (Set of 1)

philfluther: Bridget Hourican on James Clarence Mangan

LordSteerpike: His long pale, melancholy Don Quixote, out-of-the-world face would have inclined you to believe that Dante, Bajazet, and the Cid had risen together from their sepulchres, and clubbed their features for the production of an effect. (James Clarence Mangan describing Maturin)

hanrahanistan: James Clarence Mangan, silhouette at age 19, 1822

seventydys: one wild hour James Clarence Mangan, from Moreen: A Love Lament ‘from the Irish of Charles Boy Mac Quillan’

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Irish poet James Clarence Mangan (May 1,1803), author of the poem “Woman of Three Cows” et al.

devine_shane_: James Clarence Mangan, Joyce’s favorite Irish poet. I always read “Siberia” as a metaphor, the real subject being Ireland.

BaltimoreParade: 1 May 1803, Dublin: James Clarence Mangan born. His poems with a strong nationalist bent, including works such as My Dark Rosaleen (Róisín Dubh), influenced the likes of William Butler Yeats, James Joyce, and Shane MacGowan.

thepainterflynn: Today in 1803 James Clarence Mangan, poet, is born in Dublin

andyhozier: "You, my life of life," — James Clarence Mangan, from “Dark Rosaleen,” written c. September 1826

Bellitum: The Pikeman in Wexford, James Clarence Mangan in Stephen's Green &, of course, Cúchulainn at the GPO

Powers_Whiskey: A tribute to James Clarence Mangan, Ireland’s “Rebel Poet,” at St Stephen’s Green. WB Yeats, who considered him one of Ireland’s best poets, wrote: “To the soul of Clarence Mangan was tied the burning ribbon of Genius.”

AMhicLir: Readin James Clarence Mangan on the bus to Galway. Words making me nostalgic for living in Ireland, weather outside reminding me that living in Europe is class.

daveydropbox: And now here’s James Clarence Mangan piling on too.

HaugheyP: "The judgement hour must first be nigh, ere you can fade, ere you can die, My Dark Rosaleen" {James Clarence Mangan} Join Aontu towards a gaelic and free Ireland.

gambini3: Imma like a modern day James Clarence Mangan

JhartogsTours: Did you know St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin has a link with Shanagolden in Co. Limerick? James Clarence Mangan, born James Mangan (Irish: Séamus Ó Mangáin; 1 May 1803, Dublin – 20 June 1849), was an Irish…

JhartogsTours: Did you know St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin has a link with Shanagolden in Co. Limerick? James Clarence Mangan, born James Mangan (Irish: Séamus Ó Mangáin; 1 May 1803, Dublin – 20 June 1849), was an Irish…

JhartogsTours: Did you know St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin has a link with Shanagolden in Co. Limerick? James Clarence Mangan, born James Mangan (Irish: Séamus Ó Mangáin; 1 May 1803, Dublin – 20 June 1849), was an Irish…

RealEmirHan: “Every age must look for its sanction to its poetry and philosophy, for in these the human mind, as it looks backward or forward, attains to an eternal state.” ————James Joyce "James Clarence Mangan" (1902)

kuscubelgium: The Praise be to God Wonder not thou that the Sultan on Earth is alone So is the Sun that illumines the heavens alone .. Lift up the eyes of thy soul to the Ottoman Throne Turn to the Kaaba and look at it's Wonderful Stone... James Clarence Mangan 1846 ( West Coast Ireland )

nemoloris: James Clarence Mangan pursues the punster’s path of least resistance in a squib about proroguing the House of Commons.

kuscubelgium: Oh !- Pierced with wounds deserted-dying Far away from ISTANBUL ! A thousand poisoned arrows lying In his sick, sore soul What could he do but pine and groan ? What could he do but groan and pine ? He - a lion - All Alone ! Amid a herd of swine. James Clarence MANGAN 1838 Dublin

davidrieff: James Clarence Mangan, the rebel poet

nemoloris: A spot of James Clarence Mangan to celebrate the PhD success of my student Maryem Bouzid, whose hugely impressive thesis was on colonial ambivalence in Victorian and modern poetry (Mangan included).

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to James Clarence Mangan (d. 1849), Henry Ayers (d. 1897), Alexander William Williamson (d. 1904), Johann Jakob Balmer (d. 1898), George Inness (d. 1894), Jules Breton (d. 1906), Jose De Alencar (d. 1877), Frederick Sandys (d. 1904) and Guido Gezelle (d. 1899).

alezir: bridge-tarp: Joyce in a Toadstool & the Southern Lapwing (Carl Jung, Derrida, Ireland, James Clarence Mangan, James Joyce, Leopold Bloom, Oscar Wilde, Richard Ellmann, Southern Lapwing, Stephen Dedalus, toadstool, UK, Ulysses, William Blake)

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Irish poet James Clarence Mangan (May 1,1803), author of the poem “Woman of Three Cows” et al.

LissadellHouse: O my dark Rosaleen Do not sigh, do not weep! 'Tis you shall reign, shall reign alone My Dark Rosaleen! My own Ros...

nemoloris: It's Þrettándinn, the Icelandic feast on which seals assume human form and cows speak, so here's James Clarence Man...

Oniropolis: There aren't many people with the generosity & wisdom to send you a casual email thread that, to just pick one, inc...

michaelanson123: Wild Irish Poet James Clarence Mangan

mxyzplx: In S̶i̶b̶e̶r̶i̶a̶'̶s̶ the Bomb Cyclone's wastes No tears are shed, For they freeze within the brain. -- Revised James Clarence Mangan

pasquillo7777: Every age must look for its sanction to its poetry and philosophy, for in these the human mind, as it looks backwar...

GavinTCorbett: James Clarence Mangan - very very good.

carrtogram: You learn something everyday. James Clarence Mangan (Dark Rosaleen) had it tough

nemoloris: First edition of Kalevala was in 1835. Did James Clarence Mangan muscle in on the Finnish boom, I pause to wonder....

Getrealirishexp: whazoncork: RT michaeljwaldron: When is a coastal poem not a coastal poem? claireconnollys reflects on James Claren...

DeepMapsCork: To read John O'Cullen's translation of Mangan's "Lament over the Ruins of the Abbey at Teach Molaga" visit the...

JohnLyonsPBPA: Check out Bram Stoker, James Clarence Mangan and the spooky, macabre goings on in Ballybough in times past.

Aiteall: A poem about Ireland by James Clarence Mangan

crvptkeeper: james clarence mangan ⚰️ - 1803-1849 - strange gothic poet - came to embody irish suffering - we don't know much b...

avalonbard: Sure the harvest moon last night in Newfoundland was a tangerine! Back to James Clarence Mangan, genius poet of Du...

DeptAHG: Students from Presentation School Ballingarry recite 'Siberia' by James Clarence Mangan at The National Famine Comm...

Manganpaper: The Myth of the Song Poet: a lecture delivered by songwriter Jack Hardy to the James Joyce Society 

DanMulhall: James Clarence Mangan (1803-49) was arguably the finest Irish poet of the 1st half of 19th century. Admired by...

KNolanWriter: Podcast of my recent appearance on Near FM"‹ 'Poem of the Week' series. I recite 'Twenty Golden Years Ago' by James...

Manganpaper: Charles Gavan Duffy was the son of a shopkeeper, as was his dear friend James Clarence Mangan...

Manganpaper: The Life and Writings of James Clarence Mangan (O'Donoghue, 1897)  Hours With Eminent Irishmen (McCarthy, 1886) 

artofthewake: P66. Another dump reveals a letter "written in seven divers stages of ink"' This refers to the poet James Clarence...

BullandCastle: Indeed you might actually find a ghost or two upstairs in the main bar. Dead poet James Clarence Mangan has made hi...

thepainterflynn: Today in 1849 poet, James Clarence Mangan, dies

Manganpaper: Castelli's poem The Metempsychosis, as translated from the German by James Clarence Mangan (& two other poems)



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