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Brendan Kennelly (born 1936) is an Irish poet and novelist. Now retired from teaching, he was Professor of Modern Literature at Trinity College, Dublin until 2005. Since his retirement he has been titled "Professor Emeritus" by Trinity College. He is father to one daughter, Doodle Kennelly and is also grandfather to Doodle's three daughters: Meg, Hannah and Grace.

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by Kennelly, Brendan
London : Royal National Institute for the Blind, 1971
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by Kennelly, Brendan
Dublin, Ireland : Beaver Row Press, 1983
by Kennelly, Brendan
Newcastle upon Tyne : Bloodaxe Books, 1998
by Kennelly, Brendan
[Dublin?] : Allen Figgis, 1967
by Kennelly, Brendan
New York, E. P. Dutton, 1972 [c1969]
by Kennelly, Brendan
[Dublin] Tara Telephone Publications [1972]
Cork : Mercier Press ; Chester Springs, PA : U.S. distributor, Dufour Editions, c1989
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