MacNeice



[muh k-nees] /məkˈnis/

noun
1.
Louis, 1907–63, British poet, born in Northern Ireland.
/məkˈniːs/
noun
1.
Louis. 1907–63, British poet, born in Northern Ireland. His works include Autumn Journal (1939) and Solstices (1961) and a translation of Agamemnon (1936)

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