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|Named Person:||Michael Longley; Michael Longley; Seamus Heaney; Seamus Heaney|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Rankin Russell
|Description:||xiv, 389 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: Northern Irish poetry, imagination, and ethics --
Laying the foundations: the Belfast Group and Michael Longley's conciliatory cultural work --
Lighting out for the unknown territory: Longley's No continuing city --
Longley's poetry of war and peace --
Fragility and ceremony: Longley's pastorals, holocaust elegies and Asian miniatures --
"To make myself an echo chamber": Seamus Heaney's auditory imagination --
The road to Derry, Wintering out and North: Northern dialects, Northern violence --
Field work through The haw lantern: burrowing inward, looking outward --
Redressing reality: seeing things through district and circle --
Coda: poetry and the Northern Irish peace process.
|Other Titles:||Poetry and peace|
|Responsibility:||Richard Rankin Russell.|
"Russell's book is valuable in giving full attention to the work of Michael Longley, a poet of great range and variety who has been unjustly overlooked in some quarters. The book is additionally
- Longley, Michael, -- 1939- -- Criticism and interpretation.
- Longley, Michael, -- 1939- -- Aesthetics.
- Heaney, Seamus, -- 1939-2013 -- Criticism and interpretation.
- Heaney, Seamus, -- 1939-2013 -- Aesthetics.
- Belfast Group.
- Political violence in literature.
- Poets, Irish -- 20th century -- Political and social views.
- Northern Ireland -- In literature.