Life in Paris; how he studies French. About the French translation of Stephens' books, especially Crock of Gold. To Stephen MacKenna, London, England. Birth of son, James Naoise, on 26 October. Received a commission from The Nation London to write a series of short stories.
Hopes he can visit them in Paris. The Third House from the Corner. He is best known for his role as idealistic -born law student James T. By the early 1900s James was increasingly inclined to socialism and the he could speak and write Irish , and by 1912 was a dedicated Irish Republican. A Tune on a Reed. About the publication of The Irish Review; acting in a play; reading Gaelic poetry.
Corrected page proofs, of the book published by Macmillan, London, 1925. Published in Little Things, Freelands, Ky. Crock of Gold awarded the Polignac Prize. Has been ill; returning to London. During the 1920's he met and became good friends with James Joyce. Should take up the matter of making a musical of one of his books with Macmillan. Accompanied by a 7 page commentary on the letter by Stephens.
Untitled essay on the Folk and Fairy Tale. The plan, however, was never implemented, as Joyce was able to complete the work on his own. Resigned from the National Gallery. He is also known for his role in 's television series, 1989-1991 , in which Stephens was cast as Father Philip Prestwick. All in a green quarter morocco slip case. Lecturer at the Third International Book Fair in Florence.
Will try to supply him with numbers of The Gramophone; personal matters. One of a series of operations for gastric ulcers. Like many of his contemporaries, Stephens was greatly affected by the 1916 , a rebellion of Irish republicans against the British, and his book The Insurrection in Dublin 1916 remains a classic account. He wrote The Demi-Gods 1914 in this vein, but Deirdre 1923 was constructed in a more formal, rhythmic prose. Resigned from the National Gallery.
Accidental death of son, James Naoise, on 24 December. Joyce suggested that Stephens complete Finnegans Wake if Joyce was unable to do so; this proposal made more formally during 1929. He also wrote several original novels Crock of Gold, Etched in Moonlight, Demi-Gods loosely based on Irish fairy tales. Possible date of birth of James Stephens in Dublin. Heavily corrected in ink and pencil by the author. He also wrote several original novels Crock of Gold, Etched in Moonlight, Demi-Gods based loosely on Irish fairy tales.
First proof, heavily corrected in ink by Stephens. Untitled essay on poetry anthologies. Published in Literary Digest, 72 Jan. Part of the letter in French. For the 19th-century Australian poet, see. Published by Macmillan, London, 1924.
Published in Etched in Moonlight, Macmillan, London, 1928. Package sent him has gone astray. Corrections and notes by the author. In a green paper folding case. Published in Little Things, Freelands, Ky. One of a series of operations for gastric ulcers.
Accompanied by a 7 page commentary on the letter by Stephens. Introduces a young friend; personal matters. The larger part of the collection was purchased from Henry Wenning, New Haven, Conn. Two versions of stanzas 2 and 3. Boston: , 1912; New York: , 1912. About one of his books and critical opinion of it. James Stephens produced many retellings of Irish myths and fairy tales.