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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Smythe Limited, Colin
Peacock, Alan, Devine, Kathleen
Micheal Longley's status as a poet resident in Belfast throughout the "Troubles" has been of talismanic importance over the last three decades. This volume, the first book devoted entirely to Longley's work, brings together a number of experts on Longley and Irish poetry in general--Michael Allen, Terence Brown, Neil Corcoran, Douglas Dunn, Elmer Kennedy-Andrews, Peter McDonald, Alan Peacock, and Robert Welch. Through a variety of thematic, contextual and technial approaches it examines the whole of his career up to and including his latest volume, The Weather in Japan (2000).Peacock, Alan is the author of 'The Poetry of Michael Longley (Ulster Editions and Monographs, 10.)', published 2001 under ISBN 9780861404124 and ISBN 0861404122.
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