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Author: Thomas Kinsella; Andrew Fitzsimons
Publisher: Manchester : Carcanet, 2009.
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A selection of the essays and reviews of Thomas Kinsella, one of the greatest living Irish poets. It contains essays on the Gaelic poetry tradition, WB Yeats, Ezra Pound, Austin Clarke, Louis le  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Thomas Kinsella; Thomas Kinsella; Thomas Kinsella
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Kinsella; Andrew Fitzsimons
ISBN: 9781847770080 1847770088
OCLC Number: 276226232
Description: vii, 227 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Another September: Thomas Kinsella writes ... (1958) --
Writer at work: Thomas Kinsella (1961) --
Downstream: Thomas Kinsella writes ... (1962) --
Notes: 1963; Encounters with jazz --
Poetry since yeats --
A Yeats festival (1965) --
W.B. Yeats: The last romantic (1966) --
Nightwalker and other poems: Thomas Kinsella writes ... (1967) --
Louis le Brocquy (1971) --
The dividend mind (1973) --
Myth and reality (1973) --
Literature and politics in Ireland (1973) --
The poetic career of Austin Clarke (1974) --
Austin Clarke: Collected poems (1974) --
Ezra Pound: The cantos of Ezra Pound (1976) --
Butcher's dozen: commentary (1979) --
Sean O Riada (1979) --
Sean O Riada: our musical heritage (1982) --
Another country: the pleasures of Gaelic poetry (1982) --
The new Oxford book of Irish verse (1986) --
Translations from the Irish (1996) --
The nineteen thirties: watching the river flow: a century in Irish poetry (1999) --
The Dolmen press: the Dolmen press: a celebration (2001) --
University of Turin: honorary degree: acceptance address(9 May, 2006) --
Goethe: Urfaust (1951) --
Louis MacNeice: Autumn sequel (1954) --
Charles Tomlinson: The necklace; Stuart Evans: Elegy for the death of a clown; Laurence D. Lerner: Poems (1955) --
Lawrence Durrell: The tree of idleness (1955) --
Donald Davie: Articulate energy and brides of reason (1955) --
C.A. Trypanis: Pedasus; Richard Murphy: The archaeology of love (1955) --
William Empson: Collected poems (1956) --
W.H. Auden: The shield of Achilles (1956) --
Austin Clarke: Ancient lights (1956) --
J.P. Fletcher: Tally 300; J.C. Grant: The flitting (1956) --
Bryan Guinness: Collected poems; Herbert Read: Moon's farm and other poems (1956) --
James Plunkett: Big Jim (1956) --
Elizabeth Jennings: A way of looking; Gordon Wharton: This and that; The fantasy poets; Oxford poetry (1956) --
Wallace Stevens: Collected poems (1956) --
W.H. Auden: The Faber book of modern American verse and the old man's road (1956) --
The Chatto book of modern poetry; New lines; Poetry now (1956) --
Marianne Moore: Predilections (1957) --
Máire Mhac an tSaoi: Margadh na Saoire (1957) --
Ezra Pound: Section: Rock-drill 85-95 de los cantares (1957) --
Richard Wilbur: Poems 1943-1956; Louis MacNeice: Visitations; C.A. Trypanis: The stones of Troy (1957) --
Robert Graves: Poems; T.S. Eliot et al: Four modern verse plays; Edith Sitwell: Collected poems (1958) --
Donald Davie: A winter talent and other poems; Anthony Cronin: Poems; Patrick Galvin: Heat of grace (1958) --
Patrick McDonogh: One landscape still and other poems (1958) --
Kathleen Raine: Collected poems (1958) Nikos Kazantzakis: The Odyssey: a modern sequel (1959) --
Vernon Watkins: Cypress and acacia: poems (1960) --
Patrick Kavanagh: Come dance with Kitty Stobling and other poems (1960) --
Dónall Og' (1961) --
'Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire' (1962) --
Recent Irish verse; Eavan Boland: 23 poems (1963) --
Ewart Milne: A garland for the green; James Stephens: A James Stephens reader (1963) --
Vernon Watkins: Affinities; Charles Tomlinson: A peopled landscape; Tom Scott: The ship and other poems; Martin Halpern: Two sides of an island (1963) --
Austin Clarke: Flight to Africa (1964) --
John Montague: Poisoned lands; Jon Stallworthy: Out of bounds; R.S. Thomas: The bread of truth (1964) --
Robert Graves: Man does, woman is; Phillip Larkin: The Whitsun weddings; Elizabeth Jennings: Recoveries; B.S. Johnson: Poems (1964).
Responsibility: Thomas Kinsella ; edited by Andrew Fitzsimons.

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