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Crediting Poetry

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Crediting Poetry by Seamus Heaney Book Summary:

Seamus Heaney's Nobel Lecture, captured here in Crediting Poetry, is a powerful defense of poetry as "the ship and the anchor" of our spirit within an ocean of violent, divisive politics and "world-sorrow." Beginning with the "creaturely existence" of his childhood in a thatched farmstead in rural County Derry, Heaney traces his path in "the wideness of language." It is a way forged by listening: to the "burbles and squeaks" of BBC and Radio Eireann from a wireless speaker, to the triple-rhyme in a line of Yeats', but also to the sound of gunfire in Ulster and the keening desolation of all the "wounded spots on the face of the earth." Out of all these sounds Heaney discovers the necessity of poetic order--"an order where we can at last grow up to that which we stored up as we grew." It is poetry's ability to convey the forces of the marvelous and the murderous together, Heaney writes, that gives it "at once a buoyancy and a holding," and persuades us of its "truth to life." Heaney's lecture not only finds a way of crediting poetry "without anxiety or apology," but it persuades us, eloquently and gracefully, of the "rightness" and "thereness" of our veritable human being.

The Popular & the Canonical

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The Popular & the Canonical by David Johnson Book Summary:

This volume ranges from the Second World War to the postmodern, considering issues of the 'popular' and the competing criteria by which literature has been judged in the later twentieth century. As well as tracing the transition from modernism to postmodernism, the authors guide students through debates around the pleasures of the popular and the question of inter-relations between 'mass' and 'high' cultures. Drawing further upon issues of value and function raised in Aestheticism and Modernism: Debating Twentieth-Century Literature 1900–1960, they examine contemporary literary prizes and the activity of judgement involved in English Studies. This text can be used alongside the other books in the series for a complete course on twentieth-century literature, or on its own as essential reading for students of mid to late twentieth-century writing. Texts examined in detail include: du Maurier's Rebecca, poetry by Ginsburg and O'Hara, Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Puig's Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Beckett's Waiting for Godot, Heaney's New Selected Poems 1966-1987, Gurnah's Paradise, Barker's The Ghost Road.

Seamus Heaney and the Adequacy of Poetry

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Seamus Heaney and the Adequacy of Poetry by John Dennison Book Summary:

Seamus Heaney's prose poetics return repeatedly to the adequacy of poetry, its ameliorative, restorative response to the violence of public historical life. It is a curiously equivocal ideal, and as such most clearly demonstrates the intellectual origins, the humanist character, and the inherent strains of these poetics, the work of one of the world's leading poet-critics of the last thirty years. Seamus Heaney and the Adequacy of Poetry is the first study of the development of Heaney's thought and its central theme. Eschewing the tendency of Heaney critics to endorse or expand on the poet's poetics in largely adulatory terms, it draws on archival as well as print sources to trace the emerging dualistic shape, redemptive logic, and post-Christian nature of Heaney's thought, from his undergraduate formation to the expansive affirmations of his late cultural poetics. Through a meticulous and wholly new examination of Heaney's revisions to previously published prose, it reveals the logical strain of his conceptual constructions, so that it becomes acutely apparent just how appropriate that ambivalent ideal 'adequacy' is. This book takes seriously the post-Christian, frequently religious tenor of Heaney's language, explicating the character of his thought while exposing its limits: Heaney's belief in poetry's adequacy ultimately constitutes an Arnoldian substitute for--indeed, an 'afterimage' of--Christian belief. This is the deep significance of the idea of adequacy to Heaney's thought: it allows us to identify precisely the late humanist character and the limits of his troubled trust in poetry.

A Twentieth-century Literature Reader

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A Twentieth-century Literature Reader by Suman Gupta,David Johnson Book Summary:

This critical Reader is the essential companion to any course in twentieth-century literature. Drawing upon the work of a wide range of key writers and critics, the selected extracts provide: a literary-historical overview of the twentieth century insight into theoretical discussions around the purpose, value and form of literature which dominated the century closer examination of representative texts from the period, around which key critical issues might be debated. Clearly conveying the excitement generated by twentieth-century literary texts and by the provocative critical ideas and arguments that surrounded them, this reader can be used alongside the two volumes of Debating Twentieth-Century Literature or as a core text for any module on the literature of the last century. Texts examined in detail include: Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, Mansfield's Short Stories, poetry of the 1930s, Gibbon's Sunset Song, Eliot's Prufrock, Brecht's Galileo, Woolf's Orlando, Okigbo's Selected Poems, du Maurier's Rebecca, poetry by Ginsburg and O'Hara, Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Puig's Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Beckett's Waiting for Godot, Heaney's New Selected Poems 1966-1987, Gurnah's Paradise and Barker's The Ghost Road.

Northern Irish Poetry and the Russian Turn

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Northern Irish Poetry and the Russian Turn by S. Schwerter Book Summary:

Seamus Heaney, Tom Paulin and Medbh McGuckian are the three most influential poets from Northern Ireland who have composed poems with a link to the Tsarist Empire and the Soviet Union. Through their references to Russia the three poets achieve a geographical and mental detachment allowing them to turn a fresh eye on the Northern Irish situation.

Literature, 1991-1995

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Literature, 1991-1995 by Sture All‚n Book Summary:

Presented in this volume is a collection of the Nobel Lectures delivered by the prize-winners, together with their biographies, portraits and the presentation speeches for the period 1991-1995. Each Nobel Lecture is based on the work that won the laureate his prize.

Burns and Other Poets

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Burns and Other Poets by David Sergeant Book Summary:

Focuses on Robert Burns's achievements as a poet and his special place in Scottish, English and Irish literary culture since the 18th century. Contributors include leading poet-critics such as award-winning Burns author Robert Crawford & Douglas Dunn,

Professing Poetry

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Professing Poetry by Michael Cavanagh Book Summary:

The first full-length study of Heaney's poetics, Professing Poetry explores Heaney's unusual concept of influence and the various ways in which Heaney interacts with other writers

Twentieth-Century British and Irish Poetry

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Twentieth-Century British and Irish Poetry by Michael O'Neill,Madeleine Callaghan Book Summary:

"Twentieth-Century British and Irish Poetry" offers an accessible and imaginative guide to the criticism of British and Irish poetry in the the twentieth century. The editors also supply their own stimulating readings of the poetry. Through an insightful narrative - which points up the major features of the poets and the chosen excerpt Michael O'Neill and Madeleine Callaghan knit together contributions by major critics, as well as essays by a number of distinguished poet-critics, including Geoffrey Hill, Andrew Motion, and Tom Paulin. Featured poets include Hardy, Yeats, Eliot, Owen, Lawrence, Auden, Dylan Thomas, Larkin, MacDiarmid, Stevie Smith, Plath, Heaney, Mahon and many others. An invualuable guide to the ways in which a remarkable and evolving body of poetry has been and might be interpreted, this is a unique and wide-ranging collection of important critical reflection on significant voices in the twentieth-century British and Irish poetic tradition from Thomas Hardy to Derek Mahon. A brief Afterword outlines trends in British and Itish poetry since 1980.

In the Chair

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In the Chair by John Brown Book Summary:

All of the poets interviewed in this collection are from Northern Ireland, all were born after 1920, and each has published at least one volume of poetry. Arranged chronologically by each poet's date of birth, this collection deals with an impressive body of work. The poets include Seamus Heaney, Paul Muldoon, Michael Longley, John Montague, Derek Mahon, Ciaran Carson, as well as less-known voices, including Gerald Dawe, Roy McFadden, and Conor O'Callaghan. The interviews explore the poet's work and development, the social/historical context, and the impact of assimilated influences. If they explore a poetry often rooted in "the North," they also suggest the individuality and diversity of this poetry, of work whose imaginative range is not circumscribed by either literal borders or critically convenient categories. The other poets included are: James Simmons, Tom Paulin, Frank Orsmby, Medbh McGuckian, Robert Greacen, Cathal P Searcaigh, Colette Bryce, Moyra Donaldson, Jean Bleakney, Martin Mooney, Padraic Fiacc, and Cherry Smyth.

Visions and Revisions

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Visions and Revisions by Roger Kojecký,Andrew Tate Book Summary:

Literary texts are more or less obliged to make reference to entities beyond themselves. Drawing on other texts, ideas previously written, or on the resources of language, they make their attempts to communicate, entertain, and enlist sympathy, or even to offer counsel. Some texts profess an a priori vision, others adopt a style of reporting only contingencies. A dialogic relation can be posited between the ideal and the real, heaven and earth, imagination and reason, langue and parole, essence and substance, poetry and prose. The poetic and creative impulse is engaged with an ever present need to purify the dialect of the tribe. The topics in Visions and Revisions reflect writers’ labours with form at whatever distance from the original sources of inspiration. The authors discussed include William Blake, Marilynne Robinson, Salman Rushdie, William Golding, John Irving, David Lodge, Sara Maitland and Hilary Mantel. Verbal by definition, texts make use of other texts and are dependent on the cultural matrix. Readers are also writers in one kind or another. In both modes they may gain impetus or inspiration by re-visioning their origins as well as their ends. This book will offer readers new ways to understand the literary creations of some writers with affinities to the Western spiritual, and specifically Christian, tradition.

Talking with Poets

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Talking with Poets by Harry Thomas Book Summary:

The five interviews in this book were conducted by students in “The Art of Poetry,” a course that Harry Thomas taught for several years. The students’ depth of knowledge and keenness of insight into the poets’ work is an affirmation of American education. The poets respond to the students with a frankness and feeling of fraternity that mounts at times to a sort of communion. The poets take up a great range of matters in the interviews the nature of artistic creation, the varieties and difficulties of poetic translation, poetry and politics, religion, popular culture, the contemporary readership for poetry, and the experience of living as a poet in a country not your own. They speak with familiarity and enthusiasm of a number of writers, including Eliot, Joyce, Rilke, Brodsky, Pound, Ovid, Dante, Ralegh, Wordsworth, Keats, Mandelstam, and Wilde. One of the delights of reading these interviews is to observe the poets responding to the same matter for instance, Seamus Heaney speaking of Robert Pinsky’s translation of Czeslaw Milosz’s great poem, “The World,” and Robert Pinsky speaking at length of Seamus Heaney’s essay, in The Government of the Tongue, on Pinsky’s translation. This is an intimate look into the minds of five of our most celebrated contemporary poets and an invigorating meditation on some of our most human concerns.

Katherine Mansfield and the (Post)colonial

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Katherine Mansfield and the (Post)colonial by Gerri Kimber Book Summary:

This volume addresses issues raised by Katherine Mansfield's nomadic rootlessness as an 'extraterritorial' writer. Contributions draw on postcolonial and diasporic frameworks to examine Mansfield's insights into colony and empire.

Passage to the Center

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Passage to the Center by Daniel Tobin Book Summary:

Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney, author of nine collections of poetry and three volumes of influential essays, is regarded by many as the greatest Irish poet since Yeats. Passage to the Center is the most comprehensive critical treatment to date on Heaney's poetry and the first to study Heaney's body of work up to Seeing Things and The Spirit Level. It is also the first to examine the poems from the perspective of religion, one of Heaney's guiding preoccupations. According to Tobin, the growth of Heaney's poetry may be charted through the recurrent figure of "the center," a key image in the relationship that evolved over time between the poet and his inherited place, an evolution that involved the continual re-evaluation and re-vision of imaginative boundaries. In a way that previous studies have not, Tobin's work examines Heaney's poetry in the context of modernist and postmodernist concerns about the desacralizing of civilization and provides a challenging engagement with the work of a living master.

Tongue of Water, Teeth of Stones

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Tongue of Water, Teeth of Stones by Jonathan Hufstader Book Summary:

In a 1984 lecture on poetry and political violence, Seamus Heaney remarked that "the idea of poetry was itself that higher ideal to which the poets had unconsciously turned in order to survive the demeaning conditions." Jonathan Hufstader examines the work of Heaney and his contemporaries to discover how poems, combining conscious technique with unconscious impulse, work as aesthetic forms and as strategies for emotional survival. In his powerful study, Hufstader shows how a number of contemporary Northern Irish poets, including Seamus Heaney, Derek Mahon, Michael Longley, Paul Muldoon, Tom Paulin, Ciarán Carson and Medbh McGuckian, explore the resources of language and poetic form in their various responses to cultural conflict and political violence. Focusing on both style and social contexts, Hufstader explores the tension between solidarity and art, between the poet's need to belong and to rebel. He believes that an understanding of the power of lyric points towards an understanding of the source of social violence, and of its cessation.

Books Ireland

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Books Ireland by N.A Book Summary:

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The Body and Desire in Contemporary Irish Poetry

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The Body and Desire in Contemporary Irish Poetry by Irene Gilsenan Nordin Book Summary:

The essays in this collection deal with contemporary Irish poetry and the question of the desiring body as a cultural and historical product, a biological entity and a psycho-sexual construction, and not least as an existential being. Drawing upon the literary theories of, among others, the French post-structuralists, the psychoanalytic theories of Lacan and Kristeva, the philosophies of Merleau-Ponty and Levinas, and feminist philosophers, such as Donna Haraway and Susan Bordo. The contributors explore how contemporary Irish poets, both male and female, give expression to what might be termed a reassessment of material experience. With their various approaches they address the various ways in which the body can be seen as an agent of empowerment and change in the work of Eavan Boland, Ciaran Carson, Mary Dorcey, Seamus Heaney, Rita Ann Higgins, Thomas Kinsella, Michael Longley, Derek Mahon, Medbh McGuckian, Paula Meehan, John Montague, Paul Muldoon, Eilean Ni Chuilleanain and Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill.

Poetry Wales

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Poetry Wales by N.A Book Summary:

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Seamus Heaney

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Seamus Heaney by Rand Brandes,Michael J. Durkan Book Summary:

A comprehensive bibliography of the published work of Nobel Laureate, Seamus Heaney.

New Hibernia Review

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New Hibernia Review by N.A Book Summary:

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Crediting Marvels in Seamus Heaney's Seeing Things

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Crediting Marvels in Seamus Heaney's Seeing Things by Irene Gilsenan Nordin Book Summary:

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"On the Far Side of Revenge"

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"On the Far Side of Revenge" by Aaron Christopher Eastley Book Summary:

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The Leonard L. Milberg Collection of Irish Poetry

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The Leonard L. Milberg Collection of Irish Poetry by Princeton University. Library. Dept. of Rare Books and Special Collections,Princeton University. Library Book Summary:

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The Poetry of Life and the Life of Poetry

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The Poetry of Life and the Life of Poetry by David Mason Book Summary:

The Poetry of Life And the Life of Poetry David Mason In this collection, poet-critic David Mason (co-editor of the seminal anthology Rebel Angels: 25 Poets of the New Formalism") has written some of the most original, compelling, and well reasoned essays and reviews on contemporary poetry.

The All-Sustaining Air

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The All-Sustaining Air by Michael O'Neill,Professor of English Michael O'Neill Book Summary:

O'Neill's study provides sensitive close readings of poets publishing since 1900, including Yeats, Eliot, Stevens, Heaney Hill and Hughes. He shows that Romantic poetry is a dominant presence in their poems. The book will interest those who enjoy the exploration of poetry's attempt to deal with major human and cultural issues

Poetry Now

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Poetry Now by Holger Michael Klein Book Summary:

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The Critical Review

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Poetry

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Poetry by Harriet Monroe Book Summary:

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The Reader

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The Reader by Carolyn Meyer,Bruce Meyer Book Summary:

The Readeris aimed at—though not limited to—first-year courses focussing on essay-writing, found in Ontario colleges, university colleges, and universities. This text challenges students to think, read, discuss and write on a creative and critical level. Organized by rhetorical mode,The Readerincludes more than 30 high-interest readings from mainly Canadian sources and introduces readings from “new voices” in literature. The diverse selections provide the authors intent to provide a balance of gender, ethnic, and cultural perspectives. The authors' have highlighted quality literature by both highly-esteemed popular and unknown authors. In addition to the essays themselves, this text provides effective essay writing strategies and many interesting discussion points to engage student interest.

Articulations

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Articulations by Seamus Heaney Book Summary:

This limited, numbered book was produced to mark the awarding of the 2008 Cummingham Medal of the Royal Irish Academy to Dr. Seamus Heaney, the recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature 1995. Dr. Seamus received the premier Cunningham Medal in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the scholarship and the objectives of the Royal Irish Academy. "Articulations" contains Dr. Heaney's speech from the award presentation following his acceptance of the medal, which included a series of reflections on how the humanities inform consciousness and equip people as creatures of memory and reflection; how they supply a basis for the location and different orientation of the self in the world. The book also includes the Cunningham Medal citation by Jane Conroy, a poem by Paul Muldoon commissioned in honor of Dr. Heaney, and the text of a discourse by Patrick Masterson

New Comparison

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The New Republic

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The New Republic by Herbert David Croly Book Summary:

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Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry

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Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry by Alan F. Pater Book Summary:

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Poetry & Posterity

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Poetry & Posterity by Edna Longley Book Summary:

Edna Longley's latest collection of essays focusses on poetry itself, and in particular how poets are read at different times and in different contexts. Her essays cover poets such as Edward Thomas, MacNeice, Larkin, Auden, Durcan, Paulin, Mahon and Michael Longley.

Irish Poetry Since 1950

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Irish Poetry Since 1950 by John Goodby Book Summary:

A survey of poetry from Northern Ireland, the Republic, Britain and the USA. The five chapters of the book cover the 1950s, 1960s, the early troubles period to 1976, the 1980s and 1990s. Each poet is placed firmly within his or her historical and social contexts, with an emphasis on the response to the processes of modernisation, the representation of violence, poetic form and gender. While the distinctiveness of Northern and Southern poetries is respected, Irish poets are seen to be engaged in a continual process of cross-border exchange.

Making it New

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Making it New by Margaret Kelleher Book Summary:

This collection of essays examines core authors and texts. Written by scholars from a range of Irish third-level institutions, these essays provide introductions to less familiar authors and open up critical readings of established texts.

The Recorder

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Nobel Lectures

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Nobel Lectures by Lauren Statham,John Sutherland Book Summary:

This work features Nobel lectures by the literature laureates that together offer a glimpse into the inspirations, motivations and passionately-held beliefs of some of the greatest minds in the world of literature.

Agenda

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Agenda by William Cookson Book Summary:

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