Harmon, Maurice

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HARMON, Maurice

HARMON, Maurice. Irish, b. 1930. Genres: Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Literary criticism and history, Bibliography, Biography. Career: Professor Emeritus of Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama, University College, Dublin, 1990- (Lecturer in English, 1964-76; Associate Professor, 1976-90). Ed., Irish University Review, 1970- (Ed., University Review, 1964-68). Teaching Fellow and Research Assistant, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1955-58; Instructor, Dept. of English, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR, 1958-61; Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, University of Notre Dame, IN, 1961-64. Chairman, International Association for the Study of Anglo- Irish Literature, 1979-82. Publications: Sean O'Faolain: A Critical Introduction, 1967; Modern Irish Literature, 1967; The Poetry of Thomas Kinsella, 1974; Select Bibliography for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature and Its Background, 1976; (with R. McHugh) A Short History of Anglo-Irish Literature from Its Origins to the Present, 1982; Austin Clarke: A Critical Introduction, 1989; Sean O'Faolain: A Life, 1994; The Book of Precedence, 1994; A Stillness at Kiawah, 1996; No Author Better Served: The Correspondence of Samuel Beckett and Alan Schneider, 1998; The Last Regatta and Other Poems, 2000; The Colloquy of the Old Men, 2001; Tales of Death and Other Poems, 2001; The Dolman Poem: A Celebration, 2001. EDITOR: Fenians and Fenianism (essays), 1968; The Celtic Master (essays), 1969; W. Shakespeare, King Lear, 1970; W. Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, 1970; J. M. Synge Centenary Papers 1971, 1971; W. Shakespeare, King Richard II, 1971; W. Shakespeare, Coriolanus, 1972; (with P. Rafroidi) The Irish Novel in Our Times, 1976; Richard Murphy: Poet of Two Traditions, 1978; Irish Poetry after Yeats: Seven Poets, 1979; Image and Illusion: Anglo-Irish Literature and Its Contexts, 1979; The Irish Writer and the City, 1985. Address: 20 Sycamore Rd, Mount Merrion, Dublin, Ireland. Online address: [email protected]