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Subseries 6.1
Writings by Simmons
Box 71

Publications with poems and songs
Box Folder Content
71 1 "An American Settler's Soliloquy"
- - "Another Poet" [See Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
- - "Art and Reality," in the Irish Press, 29 August 1965 [See Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 2 "The Baggage and the Toff," in The Irish Press, 29 April 1978
71 3 "The Ballad of Donnell and Eileen"
71 4 "The Ballad of Gerry Kelly the Newsagent," in Belfast Telegraph, 2 March 1973
71 5 "Ballad of a Marriage"
- - "The Ballad of Ranger Best" [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "The Ballad of Gerry Kelly the Newsagent"]
71 6 "The Bonfire," in The Honest Ulsterman, December 1969
71 7 "Brown's Bay, Sunday, October," in Stet, Winter 1993
71 8 "The Catholic Church's Reveng on James Joyce," in The Poetry Book Society Bulletin
71 9 "Censorship"
- - "A Child Asks Why" [See Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
- - "Claudy" [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "The Ballad of Gerry Kelly the Newsagent"]
71 10 "Cloncha," in The Irish Press, 26 August 1978
- - "Confession" [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "An American Settler's Soliloquy"]
71 11 "Declaration of Dependence"
71 12 "Deirdre-A Fragment"
71 13 "D.H. Lawrence," in Fortnight, 2 April 1976
71 14 "Elegy for a Deadborn Child"
71 15 "Eng. Soc. Sec."
71 16 "For Delphine"
71 17 "Frankie and Johnny Got Married"
71 18 "The Harvest is Past?"
- - "The Heart of the Matter," in Fortnight, 2 April 1976 [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "D.H. Lawrence"]
71 19 "I Hated Africans," in Listener, 15 January 1970
71 20 "I Like it Here" [See also Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
- - "The Interned Bomber" [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "The Ballad of Gerry Kelly the Newsagent"]
71 21 "Johnny My Gigolo"
- - "Kill the Children" [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "The Ballad of Gerry Kelly the Newsagent"]
71 22 "Lullaby for Rachel," in the Belfast Telegraph, 9 March 1963
71 23 "Man is a Soldier," in The Times Literary Supplement, 13 October 1961
71 24 "The Maze"
71 25 "from Memorials of a Tour in Yorkshire"
- - "Nigeria 1967," in The Honest Ulsterman, December 1969 [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "The Bonfire"]
71 26 "The Not Yet Ancient Mariner"
71 27 "Ode to My Grandmother" [See also Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 28 "Olive and Davy," in The Irish Press, 24 November 1979
- - "Outward Bound," in the Irish Press, 29 August 1968 [See Suberies 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 29 "Peasant Quality"
- - "Protestant Courts Catholic" [See Subseries, 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 30 "The Refugee's Song"
- - "Roots" [See Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 31 The Rostrevor Sessions
71 32 "from Sex, Rectitude, and Loneliness"
71 33 Sex, Rectitude, and Loneliness
- - "Stephano Remembers," in The Irish Times, 3 May 1969 [See Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
- - "That Sailor" [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "An American Settler's Soliloquy"]
- - "Ulster Fragments" [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "The Ballad of Gerry Kelly the Newsagent"]
- - "Von Stroheim," in Fortnight, 2 April 1976 [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "D.H. Lawrence"]
71 34 "War Record" [See also Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
- - "The Weather" [See Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 35 "What Will You Do, Love?"
71 36 "Woman in the Harbour"
Publications with prose
- - "Author of Poem Replies to 'Pornographic' Charge" [see Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 37 "Channel Crossing" in The Gryphon, January 1956
71 38 "Christianity and Contemporary Literature," in Crunch!, 20 June 1968
71 39 "Christianity's Worst Enemies Are in the Various Churches"
71 40 Comments on The Selected James Simmons in The Poetry Book Society Bulletin, Summer 1978 The Poetry Book Society Bulletin, Summer 1978
71 41 Comments on Constantly Singing in The Poetry Book Society Bulletin, Summer 1980 The Poetry Book Society Bulletin, Summer 1980
71 42 "Derry Boy," in Fortnight, 30 April, 1971 [review of James Carrick's With O'Leary to the Grave] With O'Leary to the Grave]
71 43 "Dr. Conrad"
- - "The Drunken Writer," in Hibernia, July 1969 [See Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 44 "Ex-Moderator's Views on Censorship 'Silly and Dangerous'" [See also Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 45 "A Gathering of Eagles"
- - The Honest Ulsterman, May, 1968 [See Subseries 3.6, Works Edited by Simmons, The Honest Ulsterman] The Honest Ulsterman]
71 46 The Honest Ulsterman Tables of Contents
71 47 "The Humour of Deprivation," in Irish Writers and the Theatre
71 48 "James Simmons"
71 49 "James Simmons--Introduction"
71 50 "James Simmons: Life and Work"
71 51 "Juno and the Paycock," Chapter in Simmons's Sean O'Casey
71 52 "Laying Down Laws for Love
71 53 "Michael Longley," in Fortnight, 4 December 1970
71 54 "More Notes Towards a Revolution: Overheard in a Bar in the City," in The Honest Ulsterman, 15 July 1969
71 55 "Mr. Nicholas"
71 56 "My First Love"
71 57 "National Geographic Poetry" [review of Tony Harrison's The Loiners]
71 58 "New Talent," in Fortnight, 22 June 1973 [reveiw of Michael Hartnett's Selected Poems] Selected Poems]
71 59 "The Old School Tie," in The Education Times, 28 June 1973
71 60 Review of Patrick Boyle's All Looks Yellow to the Jaundiced Eye
- - Review of Patrick Kavanagh's Almost Everything [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, Review of Patrick Boyle's All Looks Yellow to the Jaundiced Eye] All Looks Yellow to the Jaundiced Eye]
71 61 Review of John Hewitt's The Day of the Corncrake
71 62 Review of Thomas Kilroy's The Death and Resurrection of Mr. Roche
71 63 Review of Gavin Ewart's The Deceptive Grin of the Gravel Porters
71 64 Review of Seamus Heaney's Door Into the Dark
- - Review of James L. McAuley's Draft Balance Sheet [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, Review of Thomas Kilroy's The Death and Resurrection of Mr. Roche] The Death and Resurrection of Mr. Roche]
71 65 Review of Brian Moore's Fergus
71 66 Review of the Lyric Theatre's production of The Heart's a Wonder," in Fortnight, 5 February 1971 Fortnight, 5 February 1971
71 67 Review of Brian Moore's I Am Mary Dunne
71 68 Review of Murder in the Cathedral, in Sage, Summer 1970 Sage, Summer 1970
71 69 Review of John Montague and Seamus Heaney's The Northern Muse
71 70 Review of Che Guevara's Reminscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War
71 71 Review of John Montague's Tides
- - "Riots and Writing," in Hibernia, 10 October 1969 [see Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 72 "The Smoke of Their Torment Ascendeth," in The Spectator, 30 April 1994 [review of Edna O'Brien's House of Splendid Isolation] House of Splendid Isolation]
- - "Staying in Print," in The Poetry Book Society Bulletin [See Subseries 6.1, Printed Material, Writings by Simmons, "The Catholic Church's Revenge on James Joyce"]
71 73 "Ulster's Heart," [review of Sam Hanna Bell's December Bride
71 74 "An Unpolitical Ulsterman," in Phase 1, 4 December 1968 [See also Subseries 3.5, Notebooks, Box 47, Folder 1]
71 75 "The Use of History"
71 76 "Virtue is Not Dull," [review of Henry James's What Maisie Knew]
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