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    The last stronghold; a poem, beg., "The house is empty, but its owner's name". by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1942 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. V, No. 1, pp. 4-6, October, 1942
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    The General's Tomb, a poem, beginning, "Between these mountains and the sea". by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1944 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. VII, No. 5, p. 434, February, 1944
    Journal Article
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    Two poems, one entitled, "The Hell-fire Club" and the other "Second Thoughts". by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1944 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. IX, No. 2, pp. 102-103, November, 1944
    Journal Article
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    Seven Poems, one being by Maurice Farley, entitled Prima Donna, beginning, "Often as we walked across the sleeping fields". by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1947 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XIV, No. 3, p. 13, June, 1947
    Journal Article
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    Quintilia's ashes: a poem beginning "O quiet rest for one who was so gay" by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1948 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, pp. 5-6, January-March, 1948
    Journal Article
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    The return: a poem beginning "My cold love, what fatal passion" by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1948 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, p. 6, January-March, 1948
    Journal Article
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    A poem, entitled "The Last Contention of the Bards", beg. "To-night, then, O Bruadair..." by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1951 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XVII, No. 6, p. 14, September, 1951
    Journal Article
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    The silence of Cortelle, a short story. by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1953 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Capuchin annual, pp. 59-62, 1953-4
    Journal Article
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    Return to Fiddown: a poem beginning "A sweep of oars, a turn of the river would show". by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1955 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, pp. 5-6, July-September, 1955
    Journal Article
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    The last of Buck Whaley, a poem beginning To die in bed after all the chances. by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1956 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 1, pp. 6-7, January-March, 1956
    Journal Article
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    Carrickshock. by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1959 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Capuchin annual, pp. 159-160, 1959
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    Poem entitled The death of Monica. by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1960 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Capuchin annual, p. 115, 1960
    Journal Article
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    A Goose among the swans (a short story). by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1960 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: Threshold, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 57-60, Autumn-Winter, 1960
    Journal Article
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    Poem entitled In a Spanish courtyard. by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1961 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: Threshold, Vol. 5, No. 2, p. 30, Autumn-Winter, 1961-62
    Journal Article
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    A house by Lough Carra. by Farley, Maurice

    Published: 1967 “…Farley, Maurice…”
    Citation: The Kilkenny magazine: an all-Ireland literary review, No. 15, pp. 15-23, Spring-Summer, 1967
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