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Literary commonplace book, 1898. IE TCD MS 4385 Public Deposited

Literary commonplace book, 1898. IE TCD MS 4385

Alternative title
  • Synge notebook 19
Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • IE TCD MS 4385
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Rights statement
  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
Date Created
  • 1898
Physical extent
  • 68 folios
  • 87mm x 130mm
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Abstract
  • IE TCD MS 4385, John Millington Synge's literary commonplace book. This is a working notebook, previously numbered 19, in which Synge, whilst on Aranmore/Inishmann, entered the material which he afterwards used for Aran Islands Part I. There is also the draft of a poem beginning 'Come ye ?soul ?starved spirits ...' (fol 68r). 68 folios in all.
Bibliography
  • Related material:Each manuscript reference number, between MS 4328 and MS 4429 refers to an item in the Synge collection.Further letters & papers of, or related to, JM Synge and his family, at Trinity College Library Dublin: TCD MSS 3554, 3460, 4367, 6173-6225, 7225, 10099, 10577, 10658, 11332.Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas: MSS 1988National Library of Ireland: MSS 13617, 778Public Note:Andrew Carpenter (ed.), My uncle John: Edward Stephens' life of J. M. Synge (1974)Ann Saddlemyer (ed.), Complete letters of J.M.Synge (2 vols, 1983-4)Ann Saddlemyer et al (eds.), Collected works of J.M.Synge (4 vols, 1962-68)W.J. McCormack, The Fool of the family: a life of J.M. Synge (2000)[Nicholas Grene], The Synge manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College Dublin (1971)
Collection title
  • Papers of John Millington Synge
Sub Fonds
  • Papers of John Millington Synge: literary papers
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Provenance
  • After Synge’s death in 1909 all his papers were inherited by his nephew and literary executor Edward M. Stephens. They were purchased by the Library, in 1969, from Stephens’ widow Lily M. Stephens.
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Medium
  • ink
Support
  • leather
Culture
  • Irish
Digital Object Id
  • MS4385_001
Source
  • 0062671

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