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The Irish Review Issues 49 and 50
The Irish Review Issues 49 and 50

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Authors: Michael Cronin, Colin Graham, Gail McConnell and Clare O'Halloran
Publication Year: Softback 1 February 2015
Pages: 240
Size: 240 x 165mm

ISBN: 9781908634290

The Irish Review is a refereed journal. Since it first appeared in 1986 it has provided a forum critical and creative writing in English and Irish and a space in which new debates, ideas and voices are heard across Ireland and beyond. Its editorial policy is pluralist and interdisciplinary – pluralist in its commitment to involving writers from all parts of the island and from other countries, interdisciplinary in its desire to publish articles, poetry and writing on the arts, society, philosophy, history, politics, the environment and science. The aim is to serve a general rather than a specialist readership. The Irish Review aims to promote new ways of thinking about Irish arts and culture and new ways of understanding Ireland's history and future.

A celebration of the life, work and legacy of Seamus Heaney. This special issue includes criticism and reflections on the poetic and intellectual legacy of Ireland's greatest poet since Yeats.

The Music of What Happens CIARAN CARSON
Breaking News PAUL DURCAN
The Melt of the Real Thing NEIL CORCORAN
Heaney and the Music ANGELA LEIGHTON
Room to Rhyme: Some Memories of Seamus Heaney MICHAEL LONGLEY
Seamus Heaney's Globe JAHAN RAMAZANI
Explorations: Seamus Heaney and Education ROSIE LAVAN
Heaney's Implications PETER MCDONALD
Definitively Other: Seamus Heaney and Ulster Protestantism CONNAL PARR
Making Strange NICK LAIRD
'Pilot and Stray in One': Sustaining Nothingness in the Travel Poems of Early Heaney CATRIONA CLUTTERBUCK
Fraught Pleasures: Engaging Seamus Heaney JOHN WILSON FOSTER
'And Fostered Me and Sent Me Out': Muldoon Reading Heaney SINÉAD MORRISSEY
Heaney's Legacy ALAN GILLIS
On Authorship and Intermediality in Seamus Heaney: 'I can connect / Some bits and pieces' RUI CARVALHO HOMEM
'Station Island':A Kind of Valediction PATRICIA CRAIG
Seamus Heaney and Water NICHOLAS ALLEN
Seamus Heaney and the Mantle of Aeschylus: The Aftermath of the War ANNE DEVLIN
Seamus Heaney: First and Last Things HUGH HAUGHTON
Radically Necessary: Heaney's Defence of Poetry LEONTIA FLYNN

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