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Joseph Campbell

(1879—1944)


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(1879–1944),

Irish poet, who published some of his works under the Irish version of his name, Seosamh MacCathmhaoil. Most of his lyrics and ballads are based on Irish legend and folklore; his collections include The Garden of Bees (1905), The Gilly of Christ (1907), and Earth of Cualann (1917). His Collected Poems, with an introduction by Austin Clarke, was published in 1963.

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