McGreevy, Ronan. “Tributes paid to keeper of language Seamus Heaney”. The Irish Times.
Standard Name: Heaney, Seamus
Birth Name: Seamus Justin Heaney
SH was the pre-eminent Irish poet of his generation, writing in a lucid style which is often dazzling and never obscure. A highly visible international figure in the later twentieth century and beyond, he was famously described by Robert Lowell as the most important Irish poet since Yeats . As well as his best-selling poetry volumes he published reviews, criticism, and dramatic writing.
Fox, Margaret, and James McKinley. “Keeper of the Irish Essence”. The Globe and Mail, p. S12.
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While she was at Trinity College she was taught by the poet Seamus Heaney .
Welch, Robert, and Bruce Stewart, editors. The Oxford Companion to Irish Literature. Clarendon, 1996.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Gillian Clarke|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Elizabeth Bishop|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Catherine Byron|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Catherine Byron||
Reflections on her own life are intertwined throughout CB 's journey, as she writes on her childhood experience of Catholicism, and her roles as mother, wife, lover, and Irish woman writer.
She deals trenchantly...
Byron, Catherine. Out of Step. Loxwood Stoneleigh, 1992.
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|Literary responses||Eavan Boland|
|Literary responses||Elizabeth Jennings||
Seamus Heaney reviewed this book among a batch of others for the Times Literary Supplement. He welcomed the book's freedom from sensationalism or self-pity, but found the poems over-restrained(perhaps by the stranglehold of strictly...
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It bore an endorsement from Seamus Heaney : Her language is like the inner lining of consciousness.
The Gallery Press.
After a six-month appointment at the University of Washington in Seattle in 1966, EB went on to teach on and off for years at Harvard and briefly at New York University .
Astley, Neil. “Elizabeth Bishop: A Bibliography; Elizabeth Bishop: Chronology”. Elizabeth Bishop: Poet of the Periphery, edited by Linda Anderson and Jo Shapcott, Bloodaxe Books, 2002, pp. 175 -00.
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|Publishing||John Millington Synge||
A paperback edition from Serif published in 2005 bears on its back cover a passage in which Seamus Heaney writes with sympathetic imagination of Synge: Loneliness / Was his passport through the world.
Synge, John Millington. Travels in Wicklow, West Kerry and Connemara. Serif, 2005.