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    The little black ass: a poem beginning "Poor woman, the pleasure of God". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1923 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, pp. 28-31, August, 1923
    Journal Article
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    The charwoman: a poem beginning "Ponderous, derelict as some old hulk". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1923 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, pp. 396-398, December, 1923
    Journal Article
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    On losing her brooch from his cloak: a poem beginning "I will upbraid my dreams with vain reproach". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, p. 477, January, 1924
    Journal Article
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    A poet: a poem beginning "Rising from this dull age's cavaloade". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, p. 477, January, 1924
    Journal Article
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    Review of Pirates' Treasure, the complete works of John Masefield. by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, No. 7, pp. 675-676, February, 1924
    Journal Article
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    Review of Wonder tales of the East, by Donald A. Mackenzie. by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, No. 8, pp. 776-777, March, 1924
    Journal Article
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    Ballad of the queens of by-gone time: a poem beginning "My sorrow for the queens! Ah, where". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, p. 960, June, 1924
    Journal Article
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    Laya: a poem, after the French of Francois Villan, beginning "After jail has brought to sight". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, p. 961, June, 1924
    Journal Article
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    Ballad of the kings of bygone time: a poem beginning "The last Calixtus too! - outworn". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. II, p. 174, October, 1924
    Journal Article
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    Review of The Grand Duchess, a story, by George A. Birmingham. by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. II, No. 4, pp. 279-280, November, 1924
    Journal Article
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    Slingstones: a review of several books particularly George Moore's "Pure Poetry: An anthology". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1924 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. II, pp. 348-352, December, 1924
    Journal Article
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    Travel: a story. by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1925 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: Green and gold: a magazine of fiction, etc., Vol. V, No. 18, pp. 27-30, March-May, 1925
    Journal Article
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    Ballad of a book cart: beginning "Who parted first these covers to set free". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1925 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. II, p. 637, May, 1925
    Journal Article
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    Ballad of the women of Paris (after the French of François Villon) beginning "Honey mouths have won renown". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1926 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, Ser. New, No. 4, p. 14, October-December, 1926
    Journal Article
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    Ballade (after the French of Francois Villon) beginning "And the Apostles - gone likewise". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1926 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. I, Ser. New, No. 4, p. 13, October-December, 1926
    Journal Article
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    Ballad of good counsel: a poem after the French of François Villon beginning "O, if it happens you should be". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1927 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. II, Ser. New, No. I, p. 6, January-March, 1927
    Journal Article
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    Song for the wild geese: a poem beginning "My love goes over the sea". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1927 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. II, Ser. New, No. 2, p. 1, April-June, 1927
    Journal Article
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    Belle lecon: a poem (after the French of François Villon) beginning "Fair boys, mind and not let ye throw". by Scot, Michael

    Published: 1927 “…Scot, Michael…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. II, Ser. New, No. 2, p. 2, April-June, 1927
    Journal Article