Joseph Campbell (1881-1944 / Ireland)
Joseph Campbell (July 15, 1879 – June 1944) was an Irish poet and lyricist. He wrote as Seosamh Mac Cathmhaoil (also Seosamh MacCathmhaoil), which has been Anglicised to Joseph McCahill on occasion. He is now remembered best for words he supplied to traditional airs, such as My Lagan Love and Gartan Mother's Lullaby; his verse was also set to music by Arnold Bax and Ivor Gurney.
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- At Harvest
- I Am the Mountainy Singer
- On Waking
- The Blind Man At The Fair
- The Hills Of Cualann
- The Old Woman
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Typically, the hero of the fairy tale achieves a domestic, microcosmic triumph, and the hero of myth a world-historical, macrocosmic triumph. Whereas the formerthe youngest or despised child who...Joseph Campbell (1904-1987), U.S. author, educator. "Prologue: The Monomyth," The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Pantheon (1949).