1892-1964? [Seamus Farry Owen McCall]; b. at sea; m. Catherine Norris;
ran away to sea and worked on railways crossing of the Andes; served in
WWI, and fought as a Republican in the Civil War; journalist; Ass. Ed., Eire, 1894; ed. Garda Review; works, And So Began the
Irish Nation; The Perjury of Kings, hist. fantasy; also biographies, Melody Moore [q.d.]; Thomas Moore [Famous Irish Lives] (1935);
and Irish Mitchel (1937); d. Dalkey. DIW IF2
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Desmond Clarke, Ireland in Fiction [Pt II] (Cork: Royal
Carbery 1985), lists Gods in Motley (1935), forward Lord Dunsany
[set 1921-23; returned Irish-American about to be executed is rescued
by a Chilean girl ... they go to Chile, she tries to murder him, he escapes.
The author is said to be disillusioned [with] the Ireland of today].