The Revival of Old Certaintiesin Seamus Heaney’s Poetry
for humanities sciences al qadisiya,
2005, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 55-60
AbstractAbstractSeamus Heaney is considered as one of the most popular poets, writing in English today. Although he wrote in a traditional simple style, his poetry is endowed with a special interest with the past, which was one of continuity for him. Thus, he refers recurrently to hid childhood in County Derry, where he was born and to Irish history in general. He tells the Catholics in Northern Ireland to stop contemplating their wounds and start thinking of the future.
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