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The long friendship and collaboration between Seamus Heaney and Jan Hendrix has been hitherto a little known story and began on paper and in inspiration many years before they first met in person. When the late Nobel prize-winning Irish...
Faber’s publication of Heaney’s translation of Book VI of the Aeneid pays testament to the enduring poetic prowess of its translator. His posthumous connection with Virgil seems particularly apt for a writer whose poetry has been defined by tradition,...
It is so hard to speak of Seamus Heaney in the past tense.  I met him twice and so could never claim his friendship. However, I was of that generation who caught the tail of Heaney’s star and so...

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