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247 general index Achebe, Chinua, 105 Andrews, Elmer, x, 3, 93, 169 Ashbery, John, 189 Auden, W. H., 5, 6, 16, 33, 48, 53, 57–58, 66, 70, 72, 153, 204, 217 Ballylee Tower, 173 Baudelaire, Charles, 81, 85 Beckett, Samuel, 27, 219 Bennett, Louise, 105 Bhabha, Homi, 104 Bible, The, 42, 43, 58–59 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1, 3, 16, 22, 61, 63, 114; and “At the Fishhouses,” 18, 53, 55–56, 65, 189–91, 193, 211 Blackwood, Lady Caroline, 110, 144 Bloem, J. C., 198 Bloom, Harold, 20–21, 137 Boland, Eavan, 65, 189, 228 Brodsky, Joseph, 62, 228, 230; as educator , 6 Brooks, Cleanth, 15 Burns, Robert, 21, 42–43, 65–66 Buttel, Robert, x, 38–39 Cavanagh, Claire, 68, 71 Caedmon, 19 Carleton, William, 90 Carson, Ciaran, 80 Chaucer, Geoffrey, 19, 60 Clare, John, 15, 17–19, 39, 60–63, 65, 102, 228, 233; and Heaney’s later poetry, 22, 33, 179, 231 Coleridge, S. T., 19, 225–26 Collins, Floyd, 3 Collins, Patrick, 222 Cooke, Harriet, 85 Corcoran, Neil, ix–x, 3–4, 7, 14, 23, 82, 84n13, 90n22, 111n6, 136n49, 155 Corkery, Daniel, 4–5 Cosgrove, Brian, 67–68, 70–71, 215 Cuda, Anthony, 79n4, 90n20, 97n33 Curtis, Tony, 5n10, 9n15, 124, 125n34, 180n6 Cusak, George, 119 Dante, ix, 3, 23, 26–28, 33, 37, 41, 66, 72, 77–78, 86–88, 102, 108, 126, 131, 145–65, 181, 225, 228; and artistic mastery, 150–52; early signs of, 159–61; Heaney’s adoption of, 154–56; and Heaney’s early style, 152–54; Heaney’s need of, 145–46; Heaney’s translations of Inferno , 157–58; Lowell’s Dante, 146–48; as “masculine,” 161–62; as permanent influence, 162–63; and “Squarings,” 150; in “Station Island VII,” 164–65; Yeats as Dantean, 151 Davis, Deanna, 20 Devlin, Annie, 130 Dickinson, Emily, 189 Deane, Seamus, 110, 118, 125, 130, 215, 221, 232 Donnelly, Brian, 82 Douglas, Keith, 40 Dunne, Aidan, 222 Eagleton, Terry, 2–3 Eliot, T. S., ix, 4–6, 20, 23–26, 41, 72, 74–108, 146, 148, 152–53, 225, 233; and Beowulf, 98–99; and Dante, 86–88; daunts and forms Heaney, 74–78; Four Quartets and Heaney, 88–100; as intuitive , 75; and North, 79–85; and two languages of poetry, 77–78 Ellmann, Richard, 4, 27, 196, 222–25, 231n35 Erkkila, Betsy, 20 248 general index Fanon, Frantz, 104 Fitzgerald, Robert, 223 Foster, Thomas, 3, 22n27 Friel, Brian, 27, 33, 43, 50, 56 Frost, Robert, 60, 66, 191, 228; “Directive,” 63, 230 Gallarus Oratory, 13–14, 38, 163 Gilbert, Sandra, 20–21 Gold Boat, 212, 232, 235, 237 Grigson, Geoffrey, 153 Gubar, Susan, 20–21 Hammond, David, 55 Hardwick, Elizabeth, 110, 144 Hardy, Thomas, 19, 36, 42, 91–92, 102, 177, 186, 199, 228; two poets within, 196 Hart, Henry, x, 3, 31, 36, 101, 120–21, 126, 138–39, 142, 178 Hayward, John, 4, 76 Heaney, Patrick, 121, 131, 152 Heaney, Seamus, anxiety of authorship, 20–21, 109–11. See also Heaney, cultural osmosis Heaney, anxiety of influence, 20, 137, 146 Heaney, Ariel vs. Prospero, 57, 66, 70 Heaney, canonical poetry, 18, 178, 180, 184; and poetry’s end, 207–8 Heaney, choric poetry, 8, 56–57, 191, 205, 217–20. See also Heaney, writing as service Heaney, contradictions and tensions, 31–45, 54–55, 57–60, 66–73, 87–88, 126, 191–92, 198–99, 230; and Irishness, 109 Heaney, core topics of poetics, 32–45; double nature of poetry, 33–34; “keeping going,” 38–40; poetry as natural product, 34–36; poet’s upbringing, 36–38; timelessness, 40–42; universalism , 42–44. See also detailed entries under these topics Heaney, craft, distrust of, 16, 72, 178, 188–89 Heaney, crossing boundaries, 14, 47, 68, 167–68, 208–9. See also Heaney, “keeping going” Heaney, cultural osmosis, 23–30 Heaney, cultural ratification, 19–22 Heaney, deep realism, 56, 65, 188–91 Heaney, defending poety’s right, 9–11, 29, 46–73, 111. See also Heaney, poetry, autonomy of; Heaney, writing as service Heaney, defense of form, 224–29, 234 Heaney, dissatisfaction, self-questioning, and fracture, 47, 69–73, 183, 234 Heaney, double nature of poetry, 123, 126, 196, 220, 228; and the amphibian, 64; as core topic, 33–34; and “inclusive consciousness,” 149–50; and “truth and beauty,” 67–68. See also Heaney, Ariel vs. Prospero; Heaney, hybridity Heaney, dry or empty place, 95–96, 205–6, 223–24 Heaney, environmentalism, 63, 181–82 Heaney, “equilibrium,” 68...

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9780813219189
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9780813218564
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272
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2013-02-13
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