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The Cambridge Companion to Contemporary Irish Poetry
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Introduction Gerald Dawe; 1. Prolegomena - 'Spenser's Island' Sean Lysaght; 2.
Jonathan Swift James Ward; 3. Aogan O'Raithille c.
Oliver Goldsmith Michael Griffin; 5. Thomas Moore Jeffrey Vail; 6.
The Cambridge Companion to Irish Poets
W B Yeats Nicholas Grene; 8. Francis Ledwidge Fran Brearton; 9. Thomas MacGreevy David Wheatley; Austin Clarke Lucy Collins; Patrick Kavanagh Tom Walker; Samuel Beckett Gerald Dawe; Louis Mac Neice Chris Morash; John Hewitt Guy Woodward; Sean O Riordain Louis de Paor; Richard Murphy Benjamin Keatinge; Thomas Kinsella Andrew Fitzsimons; John Montague Maurice Riordain; Brendan Kennelly Richard Pine; Seamus Heaney Terence Brown; Michael Longley Florence Impens; Michael Hartnett Peter Sirr; Derek Mahon Matt Campbell; Eilean Ni Chuilleanain Hugh Haughton; Eavan Boland Justin Quinn; Paul Durcan Alan Gillis; Ciaran Carson Nicholas Allen; Medbh McGuckian Maria Johnston; Paul Muldoon Peter Mc Donald; It includes a chronology and guide to further reading and will prove invaluable to students and teachers alike.
He is the author of Rhythm and Will in Victorian Poetry Cambridge University Press, and of numerous articles on Victorian poetry, Irish poetry and contemporary poetry.
The Cambridge Companion to Contemporary Irish Poetry by Matthew Campbell - langlectperpacon.cf
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In the last fifty years Irish poets have produced some of the most exciting poetry in contemporary literature, writing about love and sexuality, violence and history, country and city. From Irish mode to modernisation the poetry of Austin Clarke. Patrick Kavanagh and antipastoral.
Louis MacNeice irony and responsibility. The Irish modernists and their legacy.
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