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Author: John Harold Hewitt; Alan Warner
Publisher: Dundonald : Blackstaff Press, ©1981.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hewitt, John Harold, 1907-1987.
Selected John Hewitt.
Dundonald : Blackstaff Press, ©1981
(OCoLC)561429596
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Harold Hewitt; Alan Warner
ISBN: 0856402443 9780856402449
OCLC Number: 10430908
Description: 119 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: An Irish heritage --
from Conacre --
The Irish dimension --
In the Rosses --
Gloss : on the difficulties of translation --
Two Irish saints --
Once alien here --
The colony --
An Irishman in Coventry --
The scar --
The municipal Gallery revisited, October 1954 --
Divided Ulster --
For any Irishman --
Encounter nineteen-twenty --
Two spectres haunt me --
After the fire --
The green shoot --
Conversations in Hungary, August 1969 --
Cultra Manor : the Ulster Folk Museum --
The lass of Richmond Hill, or, The Royal Garden Party --
The coasters --
Neither an elegy nor a manifesto --
from The bloody brae --
In the country --
Bacause I paced my thought --
The glens --
First snow in the glens --
The ram's horn --
Frost --
The little lough --
The swathe uncut --
The stoat --
The owl --
The watchers --
O country people --
The witch --
Turf carrier on Aranmore --
Mary Hagan, Islandmagee, 1919 --
Minoaur --
Compton Wynyates, Warwickshire On a January train journey --
Grey and white --
The sheep skull --
The shortened day --
Memories and thoughts --
I write for --
--
Domestic help --
The one I loved --
Betrayal --
No second Troy --
Those morning walks --
Who was C.B. Fry? --
My father's ghost --
E.H. 1877-1958 --
Away match : June 1924 --
First funeral --
Clogh-Oir : September 1971 --
Sonnets for Roberta : 1,2 --
From a museum man's album --
As you like it --
On reading Terence de Vere White on Landor --
For a september afternoon of unexpected brightness --
The distances --
The modelled head --
Emily Dickinson --
Substance and shadow --
The happy man --
The habit of mercy --
The child, the chair, the leaf --
Revenant --
A local poet --
The romantic --
November park --
Expectancy.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Alan Warner.

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