Tag Archives: Seamus Heaney

Thursday 12 November: The Monsters in Beowulf

The significance of a myth is not easily to be pinned down on paper by analytical reasoning. It is at its best when it is presented by a poet who feels rather than makes explicit what its theme portends; who … Continue reading

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Thursday 28 November: Seamus Heaney’s Uses of Myth

Myth Reading Group Thursday 28 November 2013 1 – 2 p.m. Room 5N.7.23 The poems: Heaney (Squarings viii & xxvii; Damson; The Augean Stables; Anything Can Happen) [link expired]

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