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'Anthology of Irish poetry'

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1. Mimeographed Poem D.2 Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968; unpublished Selections from Ancient Irish Poetry, translated by Kuno Meyer, London, 1928; includes: "King and Hermit," "Song of Summer," "Summer Is Gone," "A Song of Winter," "Arran," "The Monk and His Pet Cat," "Colum Cille's Greeting to Ireland," "On Angus the Culdee (ca. 830)," "Alexander the Great," "The Scribe," "The Crucifixion," "The Pilgrim at Rome," "The Blackbird," and "The Church Bell in the Night." Studies in Early Celtic Nature Poetry, Kenneth Jackson, London, 1935; includes: “Ten Celtic Hermit Poems” (“The Ivey Bower,” “The Song of Manchin of Liath,” etc.). A Celtic Miscellany, translated by Kenneth H. Jackson, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1961; includes: “The Hermit.” «detailed view» -->
2. Poem D.5 ; In the bound volume of Merton: Collected Essays from the Merton Center Reading Room, Volume 2, page 231.