William Monk Gibbon

















































William Monk Gibbon 1896-1987

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Born in Dublin. He worked as a teacher. He wrote poetry, travel books, biography and autobiography. He won the silver medal for poetry at the Tailteann Games in 1928. His works include For Daws to Peck At, This Insubstantial Pageant, The Velvet Bow, six volumes of autobiography including The Seals and Mount Ida, and travel books. He is buried in County Dublin.

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