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Heaney

Seamus (Justin) . born 1939, Irish poet and critic, born in Northern Ireland. His collections include Death of a Naturalist (1966), North (1975), The Haw Lantern (1987), The Spirit Level (1996), and Electric Light (2001). Nobel prize for literature 1995
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He added the Seamus Heaney Home-Place visitor centre reciprocated the pride the poet felt for his native soil.
Heaney has most recently served as managing director, head of Institutional US Equity Sales at CLSA Americas, responsible for developing and executing a strategic US growth plan.
Central to the appeal of Hearing Heaney is its intellectual diversity.
Then last year, from beyond the grave, came Seamus Heaney.
The First Minister, Arlene Foster said: I am delighted to be here this evening to celebrate the legacy of Seamus Heaney in this beautiful new building.
Magistrates were told Heaney used a de-tagging device to steal the items.
This doesn't mean, of course, that Heaney refuses to hint, gesture, comment, infer, or apply; he does these things as well.
I STEP THROUGH ORIGINS," Seamus Heaney once wrote, "like a dog turning / its memories of wilderness / on the kitchen mat.
Having played for Scotland in the Sky Sports Victory Shield, Heaney was fancied by the SFA to work his way through the ranks.
This was accepted and so, all over France, in all the Departments of English, courses were taught on the poetry of Heaney to select audiences of postgraduate students.
Seamus Heaney and East European poetry in translation; poetics of exile.
Digging" abre el segundo libro de Heaney, Death of a