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

[ Source: “The Thomas MacGreevy Archive” [online - defunct at 10/2023 ]

  • 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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