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by Samuel Lover
Rory O'More: A National Romance. Novel (London: R. Bentley, 1837; repr Print/export. Download as PDF. Printable version.
Rory O'More: A National Romance. Bentley, 1837; repr. London: F. Warne & C. 1879). David Larkin: "Lover, Samuel", in: The Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland, ed. by H. White & B. Boydell (Dublin: UCD Press, 2013, vol. 2, p. 600-1.
Rory O’More: A National Romance was the novel which first brought the literary talents of Samuel Lover to the public eye. Based on a historical figure, an Irish leader in the rising of 1641, Rory O’More was first penned by Lover as a ballad, the hero successfully courting Kathleen Bawn, "soft as the dawn. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Burgess & Garrett. ark:/13960/t52f7w81r.
Rory O’More: A National Romance was the novel which first brought the literary talents of Samuel Lover to the public ey. Samuel Lover, novelist, artist and musician was born in Dublin on February 24, 1797. Based on a historical figure. A prolific writer, he also won acclaim for his miniature portraits of the aristocracy. His collected songs were published during his lifetime, and his writing has been dramatized for the Adelphi Theatre, London.
Oh ! you may laugh," said Rory, " but 'pon my sowl ! you wouldn't laugh if you wor undher his hand, for he has a brave heavy one, God bless him and spare him to us ! " " And what is all this walloping for? " " Why, sir, whin we have a bit of a fight, for fun, or the regular faction one, at the fair, his reverence sometimes hears of it, and comes av coorse.
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About this Item: Nonsuch Publishing, 2006. Condition: As New. Presents the novel which brought Samuel Lover to the public eye. This book's success led to adaptation for the London stage, running at the Adelphi for 100 nights.
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Lover produced a number of Irish songs, of which several, including The Angel's Whisper, Molly Bawn, and The Four-Leaved Shamrock, attained great popularity. He also wrote some novels, of which Rory O' More (in its first form a ballad), and Handy Andy are the best known, and short Irish sketches, which, with his songs, he combined into a popular entertainment called Irish Nights. He joined with Dickens in founding Bentley's Magazine, and he was the founder of the Dublin University Magazine.
In 1899, the UK Daily Telegraph offered its readers Rory O'More as one of "the 100 best novels in the world."