Mangan, James Clarence (M)

Surname: Mangan
Forename(s): James Clarence
b. 1 May 1803. d. 20 June 1849. Nationality: Irish. VIAF.
Poet and translator. Born in Dublin. Involved in the Irish nationalist movement. Published poetry and translations prolifically in Dublin University Magazine, and contributed Irish patriotic poems to The Nation. Suffered from poverty and alcoholism, and died of cholera. Biographical information: ODNB. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 6
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Dying Flower; Being a Dialogue Between A Passenger and a Fading Violet 1845-11-15 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Translator 5846
Hope 1847-04-24 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Translator 5916
Ballads of All Countries. Ireland. Kincora 1888-06 Atalanta Translator 1776
Holiness to the Lord 1898-03 The Cornhill Magazine Translator 15889
Rest Only in the Grave 1898-03 The Cornhill Magazine Poet 15890
A Fast Keeper 1898-03 The Cornhill Magazine Poet 15888