The Collected Works of James Clarence Mangan Prose V1: 1832-1839
Jacques Chuto (Ed.)
After the Great Famine Mangan became strongly nationalist, and wrote poems on national themes which are still well-known today, including My Dark Rosaleen and A Vision of Connaught in the Thirteenth Century.
Publications by and about Mangan include James Clarence Mangan, His Selected Poems with a Study by the Editor Louise Imgogen Guiney (Boston, Lamson, Wolffe & Co., 1897); James Clarence Mangan, by John Desmond Sheridan (Dublin/London,The Talbot Press/G. Duckworth & Co, 1937); Selected poems of James Clarence Mangan, edited by Jacque Chuto, with a foreword by Terence Brown (Dublin/Portland, OR., Irish Academic Press, 2003); The Collected Works of James Clarence Mangan, Poems: 1845-1847, edited by Jacques Chuto (Blackrock, Co Dublin, Irish Academic Press, 1997); Selected prose of James Clarence Mangan: bicentenary edition, editors Jacques Chuto, Peter Van De Kamp, and Ellen Shannon-Mangan, with a foreword by A. Norman Jeffares (Dublin, Irish Academic Press, 2004); and James Clarence Mangan: Selected Writing, edited with an introduction by Sean Ryder University College Press, 2004).