Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition: E890000-014
The First Sin
Author: Patrick Augustine Sheehan
Background details and bibliographic information
Electronic edition compiled by Benjamin Hazard
Funded by School of History, University College, Cork and
1. First draft
Extent of text: 1815 words
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Canon Sheehan on the Internet
- Canon P.A. Sheehan, 'The First Sin,' The Irish Monthly, 21/244 (October 1893) 526530.
- Herman Joseph Heuser, Canon Sheehan of Doneraile: the story of an Irish parish priest as told chiefly by himself in books, personal memoirs, and letters (New York 1917).
- Arthur Coussens. P. A. Sheehan, zijn leven en zijn werken (Brugge/Bruges 1923).
- Michael P. Linehan, Canon Sheehan of Doneraile: Priest, Novelist, Man of Letters (Dublin 1952).
- James O'Brien (ed.), The Collected Letters of Canon Sheehan of Doneraile, 18831913 (Wells 2013).
- James O'Brien, Canon Sheehan of Doneraile 18521913: Outlines for a Literary Biography (Wells 2013). [Bibliographical references 205-11.]
The edition used in the digital edition
- , The First Sin in The Irish Monthly: A Magazine of General Literature, Ed. Matthew Russell SJ. , Dublin, Irish Jesuit Province (October 1893) page 526530
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Created: By Patrick Augustine Sheehan (18521913)
Use of language
Language: [EN] The text is in English.
Language: [GR] Two words are in Greek.