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The spirit level

Author: Seamus Heaney
Publisher: New York : Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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In this collection, as ever with Heaney, personal memory and humble domestic objects -- a whitewash brush, a sofa, a swing -- are endowed with talismanic significance, and throughout the collection he addresses his growing concerns, which inevitably include the political situation in his native Northern Ireland, in a poetry that never ceases to be fluid, alert, and completely truthful.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Seamus Heaney
ISBN: 0374267790 9780374267797 0374975256 9780374975258
OCLC Number: 33440931
Awards: Whitbread Book of the Year, 1996.
Description: 81 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The Rain Stick --
To a Dutch Potter in Ireland --
A Brigid's Girdle --
Mint --
A Sofa in the Forties --
Keeping Going --
Two Lorries --
Damson --
Weighing In --
St Kevin and the Blackbird --
The Flight Path --
An Invocation --
Mycenae Lookout --
1. The Watchman's War --
2. Cassandra --
3. His Dawn vision --
4. The Nights --
5. His Reverie of Water --
The First Words --
The Gravel Walks --
Whitby-sur-Moyola --
The Thimble --
The Butter-Print --
Remembered Columns --
'Poet's Chair' --
The Swing --
The Poplar --
Two Stick Drawings --
A Call --
The Errand --
A Dog Was Crying Tonight in Wicklow Also --
M. --
An Architect --
The Sharping Stone --
The Strand --
The Walk --
At the Wellhead --
At Banagher --
Tollund
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In this collection, as ever with Heaney, personal memory and humble domestic objects -- a whitewash brush, a sofa, a swing -- are endowed with talismanic significance, and throughout the collection he addresses his growing concerns, which inevitably include the political situation in his native Northern Ireland, in a poetry that never ceases to be fluid, alert, and completely truthful.

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