|Full name||Oscar (O'Neill) Lennon|
|Born||February 12, 1902, Noble City|
|Deceased||January 17, 1969, Hurbanova|
|Functions||Poet and writer|
|Languages||English, Dutch, French, Irish, Romanian, Adlibitan|
Oscar Lennon, better known by his pen name Oscar O'Neill, was a famous Lovian poet and writer. He is well known for his Oetry, poems starting with O! He is in fact the inventor of these poems and became a school example of pioneer poetry. His most famous work is the short poem O! Via, about Lovia. O'Neill didn't write a lot poems, as he started writing towards the end of his life.
- Industry, the Fairy Tale, 1960 (fiction)
- O no!, 1962 (fiction)
- Elysée, 1963 (fiction)
- When I discovered a new letter in the alphabet, 1964 (semi-autobiographical)
- Short stories by O'Neill, 1968 (fiction)
Poetry books Edit
Separate poems Edit
References and notes Edit
- ↑ This book includes On the Road, separately published the same year.
- ↑ In this book Oscar publishes the first oems.
- ↑ This book includes the poem O! Via, which is published separately later that year.