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Gardens of Remembrance

Sprache: Englisch.
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The Gardens of Remembrance is a moving testimony to the power of memory, childhood, and poetry by one of Ireland's finest living poets. A distinguished member of Ireland's most prestigious arts association, Aosdana (never more than 200 living members... weiterlesen
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Titel: Gardens of Remembrance
Autor/en: Thomas McCarthy

ISBN: 1874597669
EAN: 9781874597667
Sprache: Englisch.
NEW ISLAND BOOKS

März 1999 - kartoniert - 199 Seiten

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The Gardens of Remembrance is a moving testimony to the power of memory, childhood, and poetry by one of Ireland's finest living poets. A distinguished member of Ireland's most prestigious arts association, Aosdana (never more than 200 living members at one time), and recipient of the Patrick Kavanagh and Irish-American Foundation's Literary Award, McCarthy has written seven poetry collections and two novels. Drawing on the rich landscape of West Waterford, from its Anglo-Irish gardens to the hidden townlands of Fianna Fail activism and de Valera worship, McCarthy brilliantly captures the personal life behind his poems and politics, as well as his experiences teaching at the Iowa Writer's school and at Minnesota's Carleton College.McCarthy also provides an excellent overview of Irish poetry over the past two decades, including pithy assessments of such Northern poets as Heaney, Montague, and Longley, Southern writers from Austin Clarke and Richard Murphy to Eavan Boland and Patrick Galvin, as well as the newest generation of Cork poets, including Theo Dorgan and Greg Delanty. The Gardens of Remembrance is an insightful and honest portrait of one man's life as an artist and his homeland's noteworthy place in world poetry today.

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