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Author: Thomas Furlong
ISBN: 095257716X
Language: English
Pages: 248 pages
Publisher: Clone Publications (1998)
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Furlong, Thomas(1794–1827), poet, son of a farmer, was born in 1794 at Scarawalsh, situated between Ferns and Enniscorthy, co. Wexford. He obtained an appointment in the counting-house of an extensive distillery at Dublin, where he continued until his death

Furlong, Thomas(1794–1827), poet, son of a farmer, was born in 1794 at Scarawalsh, situated between Ferns and Enniscorthy, co. He obtained an appointment in the counting-house of an extensive distillery at Dublin, where he continued until his death. His first work was a poem, ‘The Misanthrope’ (Lond. 1819), composed, he stated, with the object of reclaiming a friend who, owing to early disappointments, had retired from society.

With: The misanthrope and other poems, Thomas Furlong. Translated by Thomas Furlong, Curran and others Topics: Irish poetry, English poetry. Vol 1: Irish minstrelsy, or, Bardic remains of Ireland; with English poetical translations. com/books?id DUEAAAAYAAJ&oe UTF-8.

Thomas Furlong (1794–1827), was an Irish poet. Furlong was the son of a farmer, born at Scarawalsh, situated between Ferns and Enniscorthy, County Wexford. His first work was a poem, 'The Misanthrope' (Lond. 1819), composed, he stated, with the object of reclaiming a friend who, owing to early disappointments, had retired from society

the forgotten Wexford poet : the life and work of Thomas Furlong .

the forgotten Wexford poet : the life and work of Thomas Furlong, 1794-1827. Published 1998 by Clone Publications in Ferns, Co. Wexford, Ireland. Biography, In literature, Irish Poets, Poetry. Thomas Furlong (1794-1827).

Author:Thomas Furlong. Thomas Furlong (1794–1827). Furlong, Thomas," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & C. (1885–1900) in 63 vols. Author Index: Fu.

Source: The Concise Oxford Companion to Irish Literature. Author(s): Robert Welch.

Thomas Furlong was born in County Wexford in Ireland, the son of a small farmer

Thomas Furlong was born in County Wexford in Ireland, the son of a small farmer. After working for a time as a grocer's apprentice and as a clerk in a distillery, he founded the New Irish Magazine (1822) and contributed poetry to the Morning Register in Dublin. Furlong wrote extensively for the Dublin and London Magazine (1825-27) as "The Hermit in Ireland. He translated the poems of Carolan in Hardiman's Irish Minstrelsy (1831). DUBLINERS by James Joyce - FULL Audio Book Greatest Audio Books. Antigone (audiobook).

Thomas Furlong: the forgotten Wexford poet : the life and work of Thomas Furlong, 1794-1827. 1998, Clone Publications.

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