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Professor Seamus Heaney delivered his inaugural lecture on 24th October, 1989. The poet whom Professor Heaney chose to celebrate in his inaugural ...Show synopsisProfessor Seamus Heaney delivered his inaugural lecture on 24th October, 1989. The poet whom Professor Heaney chose to celebrate in his inaugural lecture was George Herbert. He described him as not just the epitome of English poetic virtue but the embodiment of certain qualities of phlegm, tolerance and equanimity which are usually ascribed to the English themselves. Professor Heaney argues that poetry's present use is neither political nor futile. It offers instead a redress to our discontents and failures, not by lending rhetorical aid to particular causes, but by a symbolic resolution of insoluble problems.Hide synopsis
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Description:Inaugural lecture delivered before University of Oxford on 24...Inaugural lecture delivered before University of Oxford on 24 October 1989. Reprint. 20 pages. Softcover, stapled binding. Condition: very good. ISBN 0199513325.
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Description:New. This item is printed on demand. Seamus Heaney defines the...New. This item is printed on demand. Seamus Heaney defines the title of this work of criticism as follows: "To redress poetry is to know and celebrate it for its forcibleness as itself...not only as a matter of profferd argument and edifying content but a.
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