Susan Schreibman, ed., The Thomas MacGreevy Archive - Bibliography

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Beckett, Samuel 'Humanistic Quietism’, review of Poems, in The Dublin Magazine , IX, 3 (July-September 1943), pp.79-80 [rep. in MacGreevy, Thomas Collected Poems, Dublin: New Writers Press 1971, pp.11-13, and Beckett, Samuel Disjecta: Miscellaneous Writings and a Dramatic Fragment, London: John Calder, 1980, pp.68-69.
Stan Smith, 'From a Great Distance: Thomas MacGreevy’s Frames of Reference’, in The Lace Curtain , 6 (Autumn 1978), pp.47-55.
Peter Brazeau, 'The Irish Connection: Wallace Stevens and Thomas McGreevy’ in The Southern Review, 17:3 (Summer 1981), pp.533-41.
Anthony Cronin, 'Modernism not Triumphant’, in Heritage Now: Irish Literature in the English Language (Dingle: Brandon Books 1982), pp.166-60.
Domhnall Ó Murchadha, 'Remembering Thomas MacGreevy’, in The Irish Times (5 May 1983), p.10.
Susan Schreibman, 'A Brief View of the Poems of Thomas MacGreevy’, in Studies , 75 (Autumn 1986), pp.328-33.
Hugh J. Dawson, 'Thomas MacGreevy and Joyce’, James Joyce Quarterly , 25, 3 (Spring 1988), pp.305-21.
Máire Mhac an tSaoi & Susan Schreibman, '[...] on Thomas MacGreevy’, in Poetry Ireland , 32 (Summer 1991), pp.73-83.
Susan Schreibman, 'The Penman and His Bleaters’, in Friedhelm Rathjen, ed., In Principle, Beckett is Joyce (Edinburgh: Split Pea Press 1994), pp.1-19.
Gerald Dawe, 'The Rest is Silence: MacGreevy, Devlin & Coffey’, False Faces: Poetry, Politics & Place (Dublin: Langan Press 1994), pp.23-33.
Susan Schreibman, 'Thomas MacGreevy, An Irishman; Richard Aldington, An Englishman’, in A. Blayac & C. Zilboorg, eds., Richard Aldington: Essays in Honour of the Centenary of his Birth (Montpellier: Université Paul Valéry, 1994), pp.113-27.
Joan Mary Egan, 'Thomas McGreevy and Wallace Stevens: A Correspondence 18:2, in The Wallace Stevens Journal (Fall 1994), pp.123-45.
Lee Jenkins, 'Thomas McGreevy and the Pressure of Reality’ in The Wallace Stevens Journal, 18:2 (Fall 1994), pp.157-69.
John Purser, 'Voices of the Past: Jack Yeats and Thomas MacGreevy in Conversation’, in Yeats Annual , 11 (1995), pp.87-104.
J. C. C. Mays, 'How is MacGreevy a Modernist?’, in Modernism and Ireland: The Poetry of the 1930s , ed. Patricia Coughlan & Alec Davis (Cork: Cork UP 1995), pp.103-28.
'"When we come back from first death" Thomas MacGreevy and the Great War’, in Stand To 42 (Jan 1995), p.15-18.
Susan Schreibman, 'The Unpublished Poems of Thomas MacGreevy: An Exploration’, in Patricia Coughlan & Alec Davis, eds., Modernism and Ireland: The Poetry of the 1930s (Cork: Cork University Press, 1995), pp.129-49.
Alex Davis, 'Irish Poetic Modernisms: A Reappraisal’, Critical Survey , 8:2 (1996), p.186-97.
Lee Jenkins, 'Minor Poet among the Major Players?’, in The Irish Review , 19 (Spring/Summer 1996), pp.113-20.

Reviews of Collected Poems (1971)
Brian Coffey, 'Thomas MacGreevy: A Singularly Perfect Poet’, in Hibernia Review of Books (4 Feb 1972), p.10.
Michael Hartnett, 'Not a Total Poet’, in The Irish Times (20 Nov 1971), p.10.
John Jordan, 'Collector’s Poet’, in The Irish Press (13 Nov 1971), p.12.
Monk Gibbon, 'Single Words, Staccato Phrases’, in The Irish Independent (9 Oct 1971), p.10.

Reviews of Collected Poems of Thomas MacGreevy: An Annotated Edition (1991)
Mary Campbell, 'Overshadowings’, in Books Ireland (October 1991), p.202.
Gerald Dawe, 'The Rest is Silence’, in The Irish Times ( 8 June 1991 ), p.8.
Peter Denman, 'Silence Not Unusual’ in Poetry Ireland, 33 (Winter 1991), p.113-15.
Augustine Martin, 'MacGreevy in the Best Modern Way’, in Irish Literary Supplement , 10, 2 (Fall 1991), p.26.

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