Citations with the tag: WOMAN of Three Cows, The (Poem : Mangan)

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  • The Woman of Three Cows.
    Unknown // Collected Classic Poems, Stevenson to Yeats; 2012, p1 

    The poem "The Woman of Three Cows" translated by James Clarence Mangan is presented. First Line: O woman of Three Cows, agra! don't let your tongue thus rattle! Last Line: I'd thwack you well to cure your pride, my Woman of Three Cows!

  • The Woman of Three Cows.
    Unknown // Dublin Book of Irish Verse: 1728-1909; 1913, p143 

    The poem "The Woman of Three Cows," by James Clarence Mangan is presented. First Line: O, WOMAN of Three Cows, agrah! Don't let; Last Line: of Three Cows.

  • The Woman of Three Cows.
    Mangan, James Clarence // Dublin Book of Irish Verse 1728-1909; 1909, p143 

    The poem "The Woman of Three Cows," by James Clarence Mangan is presented. First Line: O, woman of Three Cows, agrah! don't let; Last Line: of Three Cows.

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