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    The Irish Review (its present difficulties and prospects). by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. IV, pp. 338-339, September-November, 1914
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    Notes: The Irish Theatre with reference to Edward Martyn's play "The dream physician" and the general policy of the Theatre. by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. IV, pp. 337-338, September-November, 1914
    Journal Article
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    Obscurity and poetry: a review of "Collected Poems" by A. F. and "Lyrical Poems" by Thomas MacDonagh. by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. III, pp. 628-633, February, 1914
    Journal Article
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    Sonnet: beginning "Leila! Dark night of passion and of pain." by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1912 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. II, p. 194, June, 1912
    Journal Article
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    Signs and wonders: a poem beginning "The bread is mine." by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1912 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. II, pp. 412-413, October, 1912
    Journal Article
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    Lux in tenebris: a poem beginning "If the dread all-seeing stars". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1913 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. III, pp. 329-333, September, 1913
    Journal Article
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    My lady has the grace of death: a poem beginning with the same first line. by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1913 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. III, p. 421, October, 1913
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    Your songs: a poem beginning "If I have you then I have everything". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1913 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. III, p. 478, November, 1913
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    The vigil of love: a poem beginning "She sings, but we are silent: when shall Spring". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1913 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. III, p. 534, December, 1913
    Journal Article
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    Invocation: a poem beginning "Sing, all ye mouths of music, sing her praise". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. III, p. 575, January, 1914
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    The white feather: a poem beginning "I've walked with Death a dreadful year". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. III, p. 627, February, 1914
    Journal Article
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    The dark way: a poem beginning "Rougher than death the road I choose". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. IV, pp. 26-27, March, 1914
    Journal Article
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    Two poems I: a poem beginning "Her hair's the canopy of heaven". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. IV, p. 87, April, 1914
    Journal Article
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    Two poems--II: a poem beginning "I do not know how you can shun". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. IV, p. 88, April, 1914
    Journal Article
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    The living wire: a poem beginning "I thought I'd never hear your tongue". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. IV, p. 134, May, 1914
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    O lovely heart: a poem beginning "O lovely heart! O love". by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1914 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: The Irish review, Vol. IV, p. 175, June, 1914
    Journal Article
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    Joseph Plunkett's diary of his journey to Germany in 1915. With plates. by Plunkett, Joseph

    Published: 1957 “…Plunkett, Joseph…”
    Citation: University review, Vol. I, No. 11, pp. 32-48, 1957
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