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More poetic gems

William McGonagall

More poetic gems

by William McGonagall

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Published by David Winter in Dundee .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementWilliam McGonagall ; edited by Dr. D W Smith.
The Physical Object
Pagination173p.
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20413407M

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More Poetic Gems There was increased interest in McGonagall in the 50’s and 60’s, with the likes of John Laurie and Spike Milligan doing much to raise his profile. As a result, this collection was published in The Destroying Angel, or The Poet’s Dream. Yet More Poetic Gems. Published as part of Duckworth’s edition of McGonagall’s works, this book is mostly made up of poems previously published in More Poetic Gems, with two from Poetic Gems: A Summary History of Sir William Wallace.

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McGonagall is a singularly sympathetic and touching figure: this brave, honest, God-fearing man suffered poverty, hardship and ridicule, sacrificing everything for his poetry, which was /5(3).

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Poetic Gems. This collection of McGonagall’s work was first published incombining the first and second series of the original Poetic Gems into a single volume, and adding a further 17 for good measure.

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Beautiful gems of thought and sentiment: Being a vast treasury of choice productions in poetry, prose and song from the literature and 5/5(1). Last Poetic Gems by Mcgonagall William Condition: Very Good.

pages. Blue jacket over cloth boards. Book is in better condition than most examples of this age. Neat, clean, well bound pages with very minimal foxing, tanning and thumbing. London, or David Winter and Son, Dundee, or listing both: "Poetic Gems," "More Poetic Gems.

More Poetic Gems Selected From The Works of William McGonagall With Biographical Sketch And Reminiscences By The Author William McGonagall Published by Winter;Duckworth (). This is a list of poems by William McGonagall that have been published in book form, either during the poet's life or subsequently.

A number of others only appeared in broadsheets or in local newspapers and do not appear in this list. Poetic Gems [First Series]. Dundee: Winter, Duncan & Co. Poetic Gems [Second Series].

Note that the Poetic Gems book in which a particular poem was published has no bearing on when it was written; the "Address to the Rev.

George Gilfillan" and "Requisition to the Queen" were amongst McGonagall's earliest written poems, yet they appear in More Poetic Gems and Last Poetic Gems tion: Weaver, actor, poet.

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Like most other readers I bought this book because of the unintentional hilarity of McGonagall's bad poetry such as the tay bridge disaster expecting an amusing read. This it certainly provides but after reading McGonagall's original preface I found myself becoming ever more /5(6).

Still More Poetic Gems Published as part of Duckworths’ edition of McGonagall’s works, this book contains poems previously published in either Poetic Gems or Last Poetic Gems: An Adventure in the Life of King James V of Scotland. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McGonagall, William.

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