C. L. Graves
1856-1944 [Charles Larcom Graves; chk var. C. D.]; b. Kerry, ed. Christ Church
Oxford; a well known journalist and travel writer [PI]; Blarney
Ballads (1888), The Green Above the Red (1889); The Hawarden
Horace (1894); More Hawarden Horaces (1896); The Humours
of the Fray (1907); Party Portraits (1910); compiler of of Humours of Irish Life (1913) for Sir Charles Gavan Duffys
Irish Library; also music critic and author of biography of Sir Charles
Graves, and works incl. skits with E. V. Lucas. PI [DIW].
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Charles Graves, Blarney Ballads [2nd edn.] (London: Swan Sonnenschein
1888), ill. G. R. Halkett; The Humours of Irish Life (1913); Ireland
Revisited (London [n.d.]), ill.;
Also listed in COPAC [Charles (Larcom) Graves] (b.1899), author of The Bamboo Grove and Other Poems (London: J. Cape 1925), 96pp.; The Wood of Time, and Other Poems (London: John Lane 1938), 124pp.; Lauds and Libels (1918) [poems rep. from Punch]
Brian McKenna, Irish Literature, 1800-1875: A Guide to Information
Sources (Detroit: Gale Research Co. 1978) lists BIBL, The Humours
of Irish Life (1913), being many short extracts from novelists
of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Belfast Central Public Library holds
Blarney Ballads (1873); Eloge on ... Geo. Petrie (1866); Green Above the
Red (1889); Humours of Irish Life (n.d.)
Belfast Linenhall Library holds The Humours of
Irish Life (?n.d.), with intro. by [?C. L.] Evans.
Hyland Books (Cat 220, Oct. 1995) lists Humours of Irish Life [Irish Library] (6 vol. set); Alfred Denis Godley, Fifty Poems, ed. C. L. Graves and C. R. L. Fletcher (1927).
Cathach Bks (Cat. 12) lists Ireland Revisited (London [n.d.]), ill. [cited under A. P Graves in DIW]; & Do. in & Whelan (Catalogue 32).
N. M. B. Christie, Levers Charles OMalley: A Book to
Recommend to a Friend?, in Etudes Irlandaises (Dec. 1979),
pp.33-55, cites C. L. Graves, The Lighter Side of Irish Life, Quarterly Review, Vol. 219, no. 436, [q.d.], pp.26-47.