Mangan, James Clarence

Mangan, James Clarence
Mangan, James Clarence
Irish poet, b. in Dublin, 1 May, 1803; d. there, 20 June, 1849. He was the son of James Mangan, a grocer, and of Catherine Smith

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  • Mangan, James Clarence — ▪ Irish writer born May 1, 1803, Dublin died June 20, 1849, Dublin       a prolific and uneven writer of almost every kind of verse whose best work, inspired by love of Ireland, ranks high in Irish poetry.       The son of an unsuccessful grocer …   Universalium

  • Mangan, James Clarence — (1803 1849)    Poet, b. at Dublin, s. of a small grocer, was brought up in poverty, and received most of his education from a priest who instructed him in several modern languages. He then became a lawyer s clerk, and was later an assistant in… …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • Mangan, James Clarence — (1803 1849)    Born in Dublin, the son of a grocer, at school he learned Latin, Spanish, French, and Italian. His work and personal life suffered from the effects of opium and alcoholism and finally reduced him to poverty and malnutrition. In… …   British and Irish poets

  • James Clarence Mangan — James Clarence Mangan, born James Mangan (1 May 1803, Dublin 20 June 1849) was an Irish poet. Memorial bust of Mangan in St. Stephen s Green, sculpted by Oliver Sheppard. Contents …   Wikipedia

  • James Clarence Mangan —     James Clarence Mangan     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► James Clarence Mangan     Irish poet, b. in Dublin, 1 May, 1803; d. there, 20 June, 1849. He was the son of James Mangan, a grocer, and of Catherine Smith. He attended a school in Saul s… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • James Clarence Mangan — Oliver Sheppard: Mangan. Büste im Dubliner Park St. Stephen s Green …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mangan (surname) — Mangan is an Irish surname anglicised from the Gaelic Ó Mangáin ‘descendant of Mangán’, originally a byname for someone with a luxuriant head of hair (from mong ‘hair’, ‘mane’), borne by families from Connacht, County Limerick, and Tyrone. It is… …   Wikipedia

  • Mangan — This name, with variant spelling Mongan, is an Anglicized form of the Old Gaelic O Mongain. The Gaelic prefix O indicates male descendant of , plus the personal byname Mongan referring to one with a luxurious growth of hair (from mong , long… …   Surnames reference

  • David James O'Donoghue — (D.J. O Donoghue) (1866, Chelsea, London June 27, 1917[1]) was an Irish biographer and editor. He attended a Catholic school and furthered his own education at the British Museum. He began his journalistic work by writing for the Dublin papers… …   Wikipedia

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