- Sea·mus [shey-muh s] /ˈʃeɪ məs/, 1939–2013, Irish poet: Nobel Prize 1995.
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Mischievous, more bite than bark in the sense that it was mordant with minimal rhetoric, Heaney was not genteel.Robert Pinsky: The Comedy of Seamus Heaney
October 1, 2013
One might watch and wait for years “balanced between destiny and dread,” Heaney wrote.The Coalition of the Unwilling
September 7, 2013
Heaney died in a hospital in Dublin on Friday after a short illness.
In 1982, Heaney accepted a teaching post at Harvard, and stayed there for 14 years, a time when he stepped onto the global stage.
Major Heaney went by special train from Kimberley, and Mr. Holden on horseback across country.A Woman's Part in a Revolution
Natalie Harris Hammond
- Seamus (Justin) (ˈʃeɪməs). Born 1939, Irish poet and critic, born in Northern Ireland. His collections include Death of a Naturalist (1966), North (1975), The Haw Lantern (1987), The Spirit Level (1996), District and Circle (2006), and Human Chain (2010). Nobel prize for literature 1995
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