Poems by James Clarence Mangan. With Biographical Introductions by John Mitchell. New York: Haverty, 1881. Publisher's brown cloth boards, title lettered to spine. Light shelf-wear, neat ownership inscription to title-page, otherwise a very good copy. This edition was first published in 1851.
WB Yeats considered Mangan one of the best Irish poets, along with Thomas Davis and Samuel Ferguson, claiming, "To the soul of Clarence Mangan was tied the burning ribbon of Genius." James Joyce wrote two essays on Mangan and also used his name in his works.