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13th March 2013

7.00pm- 9.00pm
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Lyrics in two languages: the short Irish poem in the twentieth century

Lyrics in two languages: the short Irish poem in the twentieth century.

Irish Texts Society – Breandán O’Buachalla Memorial Lecture

Wednesday, 13 March at 7.00pm

A lecture by Bernard O’Donoghue, Fellow in English, Wadham College, Oxford.

Free. No booking required. All welcome.

Mr Bernard O'Donoghue, BPhil, MA, born Cullen, Co Cork 1945. Undergraduate and graduate at Lincoln College, Oxford 1965-71. Lecturer at Magdalen College 1971-95.

Research Interests

Middle English literature, especially poetry: related European literature. 20th-century Irish literature, especially poetry in English

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Lyrics in two languages: the short Irish poem in the twentieth century

13th March 2013

7.00pm- 9.00pm
Price : Free

ADDRESS

National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316030259
learning@nli.ie

WEB

www.nli.ie

Share

Lyrics in two languages: the short Irish poem in the twentieth century.

Irish Texts Society – Breandán O’Buachalla Memorial Lecture

Wednesday, 13 March at 7.00pm

A lecture by Bernard O’Donoghue, Fellow in English, Wadham College, Oxford.

Free. No booking required. All welcome.

Mr Bernard O'Donoghue, BPhil, MA, born Cullen, Co Cork 1945. Undergraduate and graduate at Lincoln College, Oxford 1965-71. Lecturer at Magdalen College 1971-95.

Research Interests

Middle English literature, especially poetry: related European literature. 20th-century Irish literature, especially poetry in English

Many of our events are free. If you would like this to continue, you can support our Events Programme by making a donation. Donation boxes are located throughout the NLI buildings.

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