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More About this Poet. Death of a Naturalist. Appeared in Poetry Magazine. Fountains in the sea. Beyond All This Fiddle. A fistful of poems about fatherhood by classic and contemporary poets. From Poetry Off the Shelf August From Favorite Poem Project. From Poem of the Day May From Poem of the Day April Prose from Poetry Magazine.
Appeared in Poetry Magazine Eight Takes. A First Book 50 Years Later. Looking at Seamus Heaney's debut, Death of a Naturalist. Her Victorian Roots are Showing. From NewsHour Poetry Series. Mom and Dad in Memoriam. From Poetry Off the Shelf March Appeared in Poetry Magazine Risk Delight. From Poetry Lectures November A Sofa in the Forties. From Poem of the Day March From Poem of the Day September From Poem of the Day February Voices from the Past.
From Poetry Off the Shelf April Diving into the archives of the 92nd Street Y. Poems, Richard Gilbertson Devon, England , Land, Poem-of-the-Month Club, After Summer, Deerfield Press, The Government of the Tongue: The Place of Writing, Scholars Press, The Cure at Troy: Translator Sorley McLean, Hallaig, Translator The Midnight Verdict collection , Dufour, Translator The Burial at Thebes: Life and Works, Books Inc.
Booth, James, editor, New Larkins for the Old: Brown, Terence, Northern Voices: Concise Dictionary of British Literary Biography: Deane, Seamus, Strange Country: Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume A Reference Guide, G. Hall New York, NY , Fenton, James, The Strength of Poetry?
Goodby, John, Irish Poetry since Harmon, Maurice, editor, Image and Illusion: Ecocriticism and Literature, Zed London, England , Kiberd, Declan, Inventing Ireland: The Literature of the Modern Nation, J. Cape London, England , Moments of Danger, Longman London, England , Poet and Critic, P. Lang New York, NY , O'Brien, Eugene, Seamus Heaney: Parini, Jay, editor, British Writers: Tobin, Daniel, Passage to the Center: Welch, Robert, Changing States: Desmond, "Measures of a Poet," p.
American Scholar, autumn, Antioch Review, spring, ; spring, , p. Ariel , October, , p.
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Atlantis, June, , p. A Version of Sophocles' "Philoctetes," p. Booklist, May 1, , p. Books for Keeps, September, , p. Canadian Journal of Irish Studies , July, , p.
Christian Scholar's Review, fall, , p. Classical and Modern Literature, spring, , p. Commonweal , May 17, , p. Contemporary Literature , winter, , p. Contemporary Review , April, , p. Critical Inquiry, spring, Critical Quarterly, spring, ; spring, Daily Telegraph London, England , February 19, , p.
Dalhousie Review , autumn, , p. Economist, September 12, , review of Opened Ground, p. Eire-Ireland, summer, ; winter, ; fall-winter, , p. English, summer-autumn, ; summer, , p.
Essays in Criticism, April, , p. Evening Standard, April 9, , p. Explicator, fall, , p. Financial Times , March 21, , p.
Guardian London, England , April 3, , p. Harvard Review , fall, , p. Independent London, England , April 5, , p. Independent on Sunday London, England , April 6, , p. Irish Literary Supplement, fall, , p. Irish Studies Review , spring, ; December, , p. Irish Times Dublin, Ireland , February 22, , p.
Irish University Review, spring-summer, , pp. Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies , spring, , p. Journal of Modern Literature , summer, , pp. Jouvert, fall, , p. I hope they expand your mind too. I still think about this book almost daily, years after I first read it. What happened to millions of Jews 70 years ago, is truly horrific. We forget that it was only a few decades ago.
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