Paul Muldoon

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Dufour Editions, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 258 pages
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(Starred Review) The first full-length book on the life and work of this outstanding poet. Tim Kendall's study was specifically written as a detailed and accessible introduction to Muldoon. Complex, probing, surprising, wide-ranging, Muldoon's poetry ranges from the exploration of his Ulster childhood, and of the Troubles, to the discovery of America by a medieval Welsh prince, and other esoteric subjects. While employing close readings, Kendall also provides the necessary contextual information -- biographical material, relevant Irish history and mythology, and sources for allusions.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
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Preface
7
on Paul Muldoons Life
9
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Tim Kendall was born in Plymouth in 1970. As well as founding and editing the international poetry magazine, Thumbscrew, he has published critical studies of Paul Muldoon and Sylvia Plath. His first book of poetry, Strange Land, was published by Carcanet in 2005. He teaches at the University of
Exeter, and lives with his wife and three children in North Wiltshire.

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