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Thomas Furlong (). Silhouette by Augustin Amant Constant Fidèle Edouart ().Courtesy National Library of Ireland.. Thomas Furlong ( - 25 July ) was an Irish poet. An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works.
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While engaged on this work, and on a poem entitled 'The Doom of Derenzie,' Furlong died on 25 July at Dublin, and was interred in the churchyard of Drumcondra. Of the 'Doom of Derenzie' but one sheet had been revised by the author.
It appeared posthumously (London, ). The poem treated the superstitions of the peasantry of Wexford. Quite how he fared in the Restoration is unknown, but a clue may be found in the works of the Irish poet Thomas Furlong. His final poem, published posthumously, was “The Doom of Derenzie”. It is apparently based on real characters, if not events, and tells the tale of Shane Wrue(doubtless a corruption of Sean Rua, which means Red John), an.
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The Dublin Literary Gazette, No. 9, Feb. 27, During the years andhe was employed occasionally in writing the Doom of Derenzie, a descriptive poem which was published, after his death, by Robins, of London. This poem was warmly eugolized by his friend, the late Rev. charles maturtn, with.
4 Four years earlier, in The Doom of Derenzie, Thomas Furlong portrayed an evening legend exchange in Co Wexford, at which a familiar array of supernatural narratives was supplemented by, stories of the days long gone; With talk of them whose names are known, Wherever schoolboy’s book is shewn; Of the Seven Masters, famed of old.
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This short, well-documented, and engrossing book wasn’t written by an economist, but by a .Doom of Derenzie () (external scan) Irish Minstrelsy () with others Volume 1 (external scan) Volume 2 (external scan) Works about Furlong "Furlong, Thomas," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.Chronology of Thomas Furlong's life and times --The forgotten Wexford poet --Furlong's literary career --The emergence of catholic nationalism --The misanthrope --Poems published with 'The Misanthrope' --The plagues of Ireland --Occasional poems published with 'The Plagues of Ireland' --The doom of Derenzie --Translations contained in 'Irish.