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Books
and Book-Length Translations into English
By Thomas MacGreevy

(in date order)

Books

Richard Aldington: An Englishman (London: Chatto & Windus, 1931).

TS Eliot: A Study (London: Chatto & Windus, 1931).

Poems (London: Heinemann, 1934; reprinted New York: The Viking Press, 1934).

Jack B Yeats: An Appreciation and an Interpretation (Dublin: Victor Waddington, 1945).

Pictures in the Irish National Gallery (Cork: The Mercer Press, 1945; reprinted London: BT Batsford, 1946).

Illustrations of the Paintings: National Gallery of Ireland (Dublin: National Gallery of Ireland, 1951).

Nicolas Poussin (Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1960).

Some Italian Pictures in the National Gallery of Ireland (Dublin: Italian Institute in Dublin, 1963).

Collected Poems edited by Thomas Dillon Redshaw (Dublin: New Writers Press, 1971).

Collected Poems of Thomas MacGreevy: An Annotated Edition edited by Susan Schreibman (Dublin: Anna Livia, 1991; Washington DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 1991).

Translations into English

Introduction to the Method of Leonardo da Vinci by Paul Valéry (London: J Rodker, 1929).

Lord Thompson of Cardington: A Memoir and Some Letters by Marthe Lucie Bibesco (London: Jonathan Cape, 1932).

Lament for the Death of An Upper Class by Henry de Montherlant (London: John Miles, 1935; reprinted as Perish in Their Pride (New York: Knopf, 1936).

Forbidden Journey from Peking to Kashmir by Ella K Maillart (London: William Heinemann, 1937; reprinted New York: H Holt, 1937).

Pity for Women by Henry de Montherlant (London: George Routledge, 1937; reprinted New York: Knopf, 1938).

 

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