Brendan Kennelly: A Host of Ghosts

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Liffey Press, 2004 - Literary Criticism - 170 pages
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Brendan Kennelly is one of Ireland's most important and popular contemporary poets whose prolific output extends to over forty volumes of poetry and translations since the publication of his first collection in 1959. His seminal, critically acclaimed collections include Cromwell, The Book of Judas, Poetry My Arse, and The Man Made of Rain, and his New and Selected Poems: 1960-2004 will be available this fall (see page 19). Kennelly is attracting increasing attention from both critics and students from Ireland and abroad and this readable overview of his work provides a much-needed introduction to the broad corpus of his work.

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John McDonagh is a lecturer in the Department of English at Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick.