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Mervyn Wall (1908–1997) is an Irish writer who was born in Dublin . Wall attended Belvedere College and worked as a civil servant 1934–48, for Radio Éireann from 1948–57, and as Secretary of the Arts Council for 1957–75. [1] [2] His wife, Frances Feehan, was a theatre and music critic.

Wall wrote two humorous fantasy novels, The Unfortunate Fursey and The Return of Fursey , about the misadventures of a monk in Dark Ages Ireland. [3] The Fursey novels have been highly praised in North America. E. F. Bleiler in The Guide to Supernatural Fiction described The Unfortunate Fursey as "a landmark book in the history of fantasy". [2] Darrell Schweitzer described Wall as "one of the finest comic fantasists ever, but also one of the most neglected." [2] Parke Godwin described both Fursey novels as " pure gold ". [2]

This is a list of fantasy authors , authors known for writing works of fantasy , fantasy literature , or related genres of magic realism , horror fiction , science fantasy . Many of the authors are known for work outside the fantasy genres.

By Marshall Connolly (Catholic Online)
12/6/2017 (1 month ago)
Catholic Online ( www.catholic.org )

Most Catholics believe in Santa Claus for their whole life. That's because we recognize that St. Nicholas, a.k.a. "Santa" is a saint of the Catholic Church and therefore resides in communion with God and all the saints. The person who would become Saint Nicholas lived in the 4th century A.D., and scientists have now confirmed that a relic, long storied to belong to the charitable saint, dates from the period in question. 

By Marshall Connolly (Catholic Online)
Catholic Online ( www.catholic.org )
12/6/2017 (1 month ago)
Published in Christian Saints & Heroes

Mervyn Wall is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author .

Mervyn Wall (1908–1997) is an Irish writer who was born in Dublin . Wall attended Belvedere College and worked as a civil servant 1934–48, for Radio Éireann from 1948–57, and as Secretary of the Arts Council for 1957–75. [1] [2] His wife, Frances Feehan, was a theatre and music critic.

Wall wrote two humorous fantasy novels, The Unfortunate Fursey and The Return of Fursey , about the misadventures of a monk in Dark Ages Ireland. [3] The Fursey novels have been highly praised in North America. E. F. Bleiler in The Guide to Supernatural Fiction described The Unfortunate Fursey as "a landmark book in the history of fantasy". [2] Darrell Schweitzer described Wall as "one of the finest comic fantasists ever, but also one of the most neglected." [2] Parke Godwin described both Fursey novels as " pure gold ". [2]

Mervyn Wall (1908–1997) is an Irish writer who was born in Dublin . Wall attended Belvedere College and worked as a civil servant 1934–48, for Radio Éireann from 1948–57, and as Secretary of the Arts Council for 1957–75. [1] [2] His wife, Frances Feehan, was a theatre and music critic.

Wall wrote two humorous fantasy novels, The Unfortunate Fursey and The Return of Fursey , about the misadventures of a monk in Dark Ages Ireland. [3] The Fursey novels have been highly praised in North America. E. F. Bleiler in The Guide to Supernatural Fiction described The Unfortunate Fursey as "a landmark book in the history of fantasy". [2] Darrell Schweitzer described Wall as "one of the finest comic fantasists ever, but also one of the most neglected." [2] Parke Godwin described both Fursey novels as " pure gold ". [2]

This is a list of fantasy authors , authors known for writing works of fantasy , fantasy literature , or related genres of magic realism , horror fiction , science fantasy . Many of the authors are known for work outside the fantasy genres.

By Marshall Connolly (Catholic Online)
12/6/2017 (1 month ago)
Catholic Online ( www.catholic.org )

Most Catholics believe in Santa Claus for their whole life. That's because we recognize that St. Nicholas, a.k.a. "Santa" is a saint of the Catholic Church and therefore resides in communion with God and all the saints. The person who would become Saint Nicholas lived in the 4th century A.D., and scientists have now confirmed that a relic, long storied to belong to the charitable saint, dates from the period in question. 

By Marshall Connolly (Catholic Online)
Catholic Online ( www.catholic.org )
12/6/2017 (1 month ago)
Published in Christian Saints & Heroes

Mervyn Wall (1908–1997) is an Irish writer who was born in Dublin . Wall attended Belvedere College and worked as a civil servant 1934–48, for Radio Éireann from 1948–57, and as Secretary of the Arts Council for 1957–75. [1] [2] His wife, Frances Feehan, was a theatre and music critic.

Wall wrote two humorous fantasy novels, The Unfortunate Fursey and The Return of Fursey , about the misadventures of a monk in Dark Ages Ireland. [3] The Fursey novels have been highly praised in North America. E. F. Bleiler in The Guide to Supernatural Fiction described The Unfortunate Fursey as "a landmark book in the history of fantasy". [2] Darrell Schweitzer described Wall as "one of the finest comic fantasists ever, but also one of the most neglected." [2] Parke Godwin described both Fursey novels as " pure gold ". [2]

This is a list of fantasy authors , authors known for writing works of fantasy , fantasy literature , or related genres of magic realism , horror fiction , science fantasy . Many of the authors are known for work outside the fantasy genres.


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