|Contributions||Devlin, Denis, 1908-1959,|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
COFFEY, Brian and Denis Devlin. Poems (Signed First Edition). Dublin, Ireland: Printed for the authors by Alex Thom & Co. Ltd., First edition. Small softcover. A slim collection of nine poems with five by Coffey and four by Devlin. A very good plus copy in wrappers with some foxing to the page edges and internally as well. Brian Coffey (). Courtesy University of Delaware Library.. Brian Coffey (June 8, - Ap ) was an Irish poet and of his long poems published in later years, Advent () and Death of Hektor (), are widely considered to be among the most important works in the canon of Irish poetic also ran Advent, a small press, during the s and s. Brian Coffey's first book was Poems, a joint publication with Denis Devlin in , which caused Samuel Beckett to describe them as "without question the most interesting of . Poems, Brian Coffey and Denis Devlin: privately printed, Dublin, Intercessions, Denis Devlin: Europa Press, London, a copy of the book, to check), Poems by Niall Sheridan and Donagh McDonagh reached us, we were delighted as much by the excellence.
There are multiple people who have published under the name Brian Coffey. This profile is for the Irish poet. For the books Dean Koontz published as Brian Coffey, please go here. Brian Coffey was an Irish poet and publisher. Poetry Poems (), (with Denis Devlin) Three Poems () Third Person () Dice Thrown Never Will Annul Chance ()/5(11). Denis Devlin was born in Greenock, Scotland in and died in Dublin in One of the major figures, and major influences, of modern and modernist Irish poetry, alongside Brian Coffey he was described by Samuel Beckett as “without question the most interestering of the youngest generation of Irish poets”. Like Coffey, Devlin too produced a large volume of work in translation. In Coffey edited Denis Devlin's Collected Poems () and his own Selected Poems was published by New Writers' Press in ; a Brian Coffey Special Issue of . Denis Devlin Poems University Review [Special Issue] (; Dolmen ) Denis Devlin’s The Heavenly Foreigner () References. Print. Coughlan, Patricia & Davis, Alex eds. Modernism and Ireland: The Poetry of the s (), Howe, Parkman: "Brian Coffey: An Interview" in Éire Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies. ():
To a romantic / by Brian Coffey --Before Lepanto: the Turkish admiral speaks to his fleet / by Denis Devlin --The eternal thought / by Brian Coffey --Adam's house / by Denis Devlin --Prologue to "Morven" / by Brian Coffey --Now / by Denis Devlin --The love song from "Morven" / by Brian Coffey. Responsibility: by Brian Coffey and Denis Devlin. Poems and versions, [Brian Coffey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.4/5(1). Also includes a special edition of University Review (Vol. III, No. 3) with "The Complete Poems of Denis Devlin" edited by Brian Coffey and University Review (Vol. II, No. 11) with Coffey’s article, "Of Denis Devlin: Vestiges, Sentences, Presages.". Additional Physical Format: Online version: Devlin, Denis, Collected poems. [Dublin] Dolmen Press [©] (OCoLC) Named Person.