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  A scribe of our times - Royal Gazette
Royal GazetteA scribe of our timesRoyal Gazette“You have Seamus Heaney who was doing the Irish revolution; Shakespeare; people like Lucille Clifton, Audrey Lorde who was coming up with black women issues in the 40s and 50s. “Hopefully, I'll be a scribe of the times proliferating the idea that we as ...and more »
Posted on 8 August 2017 | 4:03 am
  What is a sister's responsibility to her
Washington PostWhat is a sister's responsibility to her 'terrorist' brother?Washington PostNot where you think. In another novel, the Lones and Pashas might have been modern-day Montagues and Capulets, but Shamsie is inspired by a much earlier family drama. The novel's epigraph is a line from “Antigone,” translated by Seamus Heaney: “The ...
Posted on 7 August 2017 | 9:22 am
  Your reading list for the week - The Hindu
The HinduYour reading list for the weekThe HinduThis is signalled by the novel's epigraph from Seamus Heaney's 2004 translation of Socrates' lines: 'The ones we love . . . are enemies of the state'. All about hearing and being heard, this novel from the Booker longlist asks an important question ...
Posted on 7 August 2017 | 1:39 am
  Duty calls for Co Fermanagh actor and arts
the Irish NewsDuty calls for Co Fermanagh actor and arts lover Adrian Dunbarthe Irish NewsAdrian Dunbar brings a special Seamus Heaney-inspired performance to the HeaneyHomeplace in Bellaghy this month. David Roy spoke to the Co Fermanagh-born actor about what he has in store, his success with Line of Duty and celebrating Irish literary ...
Posted on 4 August 2017 | 6:02 pm
  Sixteen years on from his last novel Bernard
the Irish NewsSixteen years on from his last novel Bernard MacLaverty writes about 'ordinary love'the Irish NewsMacLaverty is back in the north this week to promote the novel at The Open House Festival in Bangor tomorrow evening and again at Seamus Heaney HomePlace on Saturday afternoon. In Midwinter Break, MacLaverty writes about retired couple Gerry and ...
Posted on 2 August 2017 | 6:06 pm
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  DCA recognizes National Poetry Month
April is poetry month and the Downriver Council for the Arts will present The Downriver Poets and Playwrights group’s “National Poetry Month Celebration.”
Posted on 12 April 2015 | 4:20 am
  Dunnes workers strike today
Over 6,000 Dunnes Stores workers are expected to go on strike across the country today.
Posted on 1 April 2015 | 6:58 pm
  Track By Track: Duke Special - 'Look Out
A guide to his new album... Duke Special is almost continually moving. Ever-creative, the Irish singer's fourth album 'Look Out Machines!' is a dextrous, literate return, referencing everything from Seamus Heaney to Scottish songwriter Gary Clark. Out on April 6th, the fan-funded record is a neat encapsulation of where the songwriter's head is at. "This album is a photograph of where I am right ...
Posted on 30 March 2015 | 4:57 am
  Tarot Dreams
Christopher Benfey It is not surprising that the images on Tarot cards, so vivid and mysterious, appeal to poets as a means of providing metaphors. Intrigued by Jessie Weston’s suggestion, in From Ritual to Romance , that the Tarot was related to fertility cults, T. S. Eliot inserted “Madame Sosotris, famous clairvoyante,” and her “wicked pack of cards” into The Waste Land .
Posted on 26 March 2015 | 1:44 pm
  Food Building finds a home in NE Minneapolis
Kieran Folliard, a modern-day Pied Piper, is drawing artisanal food producers into a unique facility.
Posted on 25 March 2015 | 11:50 am
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  'The presence of the past'
Willa Cather's "Death Comes for the Archbishop," Aleda Shirley's "Chinese Architecture," Thomas Mann's "Death in Venice," Ted Hughes' "River," Lucie Brock-Broido's "The Master Letters," Seamus Heaney's "Death of a Naturalist." I just noticed that the word ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 5:30 am
  Benedict Kiely event to ‘Shed Light on
‘A Raid Into Dark Corners’, is the title of a critical essay published by Benedict Kiely in 1978 relating to the early work of Seamus Heaney in which he cites Seamus Heaney as stating that ‘poetry is a kind of raid into dark corners.’ A range of ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
  Lesser Spotted Ireland: On the trail of
Heaney country licks around the top-left-hand corner of Lough Neagh in east Co Derry. To the west are the Sperrins, and, on the far side of them, Derry city. The land between these two great topographical features is mostly flat – some of it bog but a ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 4:00 pm
  Speak,’ by Louisa Hall
Hall is a poet — she studied with Seamus Heaney — and that training comes through not just in her musical phrasing or intimacy of expression. (“Without you,” Karl Dettman thinks when his wife stops speaking to him, “everything is draped in sheets ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 12:00 pm
  Seamus Heaney’s epitaph explains his own
I only met Seamus Heaney a few times but knew him enough to recognize his extraordinary personal gifts and not just his poetry. He was as ordinary and down to earth in person as the son of a farmer from rural Derry could be. There was a razor sharp mind ...
Posted on 20 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
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  sibroon: RT @LanoukArts: More than loud
sibro!@&: RT @LanoukArts: More than loud acclaim, I love Books, silence, thought, my alcove. Pangur Bán Poem by An!@& Irish M!@&k, Translated by Seamu…
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 6:33 pm
  LanoukArts: More than loud acclaim, I
LanoukArts: More than loud acclaim, I love Books, silence, thought, my alcove. Pangur Bán Poem by An&%# Irish M&%#k, Translated…
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 6:33 pm
  douglassholder: Boston Area Small Press and
dougl!#~~holder: Bost*# Area Small Press and Poetry Scene: SEAMUS HEANEY MEMORIAL READING featuring AIDAN ROO...
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 6:33 pm
  nikki_gavan: RT @MallowNews: WHERE ARE THE
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 6:33 pm
  IrishLitTimes: RT @TheStage: How cultural
IrishLitTimes: RT @TheStage: How cultural hotspot @SHHomePlace revived Seamus Heaney’s ‘Eden’
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 6:33 pm
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  Resolved Question: Summer Home by Seamus
My coursework for English this year is a comparison of two Heaney poems and two Duffy poems, linked to the theme of Shame. I have been given 'Summer Home' as one of my poems, it is an interesting poem but I am struggling to understand it and how to link it to shame. If anyone has any ideas I would be very grateful!!
Posted on 31 January 2014 | 1:55 am
  Resolved Question: Question about seamus
im doing an english project on seamus heaney, and i need to know what job he has held, and when he held them. i promise 10 points to the best answer, thanks a mil x
Posted on 5 October 2013 | 9:30 pm
  Resolved Question: Seamus Heaney Poet
How could the Irish poet, Seamus Heaney, be called a poet of the past and of the present in relation to the poems he has wrote, 'The Forge' and 'The Skunk'. Please answer
Posted on 15 December 2012 | 9:52 pm
  Resolved Question: PLEASE HELP ON SEAMUS
The Wife's Tale When I had spread it all on linen cloth Under the hedge, I called them over. The hum and gulp of the thresher ran down And the big belt slewed to a standstill, straw Hanging undelivered in the jaws. There was such quiet that I heard their boots Crunching the stubble twenty yards away. He lay down and said, 'Give these fellows theirs, I'm in no hurry,' plucking grass in handfuls And tossing it in the air. 'That looks well.' (He nodded at my white cloth on the grass.) 'I declare a woman could lay out a field Though boys like us have little call for cloths.' He winked, then watched me as I poured a cup And buttered the thick slices that he likes. 'It's threshing better than I thought, and mid It's good clean seed. Away over there and look.' Always this inspection has to be made Even when I don't know what to look for. But I ran my hand in the half-filled bags Hooked to the slots. It was hard as shot, Innumerable and cool. The bags gaped Where the chutes ran back to the stilled drum And forks were stuck at angles in the ground As javelins might mark lost battlefields. I moved between them back across the stubble. They lay in the ring of their own crusts and dregs, Smoking and saying nothing. 'There's good yield, Isn't there?' --as proud as if he were the land itself-- 'Enough for crushing and sowing both.' And that was it. I'd come and he had shown me, So I belonged no further to the work. I gathered cups and folded up the cloth And went. But they still kept their ease, Spread out, unbuttoned, grateful, under the trees. *What does it mean? Is there a deeper meaning? Is the any rhythem or figurative language? What does the title have to do with the rest of the poem?
Posted on 31 December 2011 | 6:32 am
  Resolved Question: English Poetry help!
if you were to answer these questions, how would you answer? i don't want fully answered but the important bits that i can add in these? 1. discuss seamus Heaneys poetry in the light of this statement? 2. Haney's poetry celebrates traditional crafts. in this chosen craft of poetry, Heaney too is a master craftsman give your opinion of this assessment of Heaney's poetry? 3. the celebration of people and relationships in Heaney's poetry is characterised by honesty and tender-ism. discuss this statement. 4. Heaney's poetry transforms the ordinary into the extra ordinary, discuss this statement with reference to the poems you have studied. i only have to do one question out of this, but confused which one cause i don't even understand them
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