Christine Finn draws This work considers the way two Anglo-Irish poets, . Yeats and Seamus Heaney, have used archaeology in their work, and how it surfaced in their lives.
This work considers the way two Anglo-Irish poets, . Christine Finn draws This work considers the way two Anglo-Irish poets, .
The section on Yeats includes fascinating details of the history of archaeology, particularly how the Greek and Roman discoveries which so captured Yeats's imagination came to be in the museums where he viewed them.
CHRISTINE FINN began her reporting career at sixteen and worked as a print and TV journalist. She is the author of Artifacts: An Archaeologist's Year In Silicon Valley; and Past Poetic: Archaeology in the Poetry of WB Yeats and Seamus Heaney.
Christine Finn draws on an array of data, tracing the path of the poets through museums, their childhood landscapes, and archaeological sites in Ireland, Italy and Scandinavia. This work considers the way two Anglo-Irish poets, .
Seamus Heaney in conversation with Michael Laskey, fellow poet and co-founder of the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival. Morrison, Blake, Seamus Heaney, Methuen (London, England), 1982. O'Brien, Eugene, Seamus Heaney and the Place of Writing, Florida University Press (Gainesville, FL), 2002. O'Brien, Eugene, Seamus Heaney: Creating Ireland of the Mind, Liffey Press (Dublin, Ireland), 2003.
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Past poetic: Archaeology in the poetry of . Museums, archaeology, and Egyptian National Identity, from Napoleon to World War I. Berkeley: University of California Press. The ancient world on the Victorian and Edwardian stage.
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