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Hea·ney

(hē'nē),
Noble Sproat, U.S. gynecological surgeon and obstetrician, 1880-1955. See: Heaney operation.
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To be able to see these items first hand offers a personal and powerful connection to Seamus Heaney which has only been made possible by the support and generosity of the Heaney family.
Seamus Heaney has always lived in two places, and his poetry reflects it.
You could not find a single person who would say a bad thing about Seamus Heaney.
The Irish Times dedicated five pages of coverage to Seamus Heaney, which led somebody to comment on twitter that a world which still counts the death of a poet as headline news can't be all bad.
NOBEL poet laureate Seamus Heaney has been remembered as one of Ireland's finest literary minds following his death after a short illness.
Seamus Heaney, one of the world's best-known poets and winner of the 1995 Nobel Prize for literature, has died aged 74 after a short illness, his family said on Friday.
Irish poet and playwright Seamus Heaney, who won the 1995 Nobel Prize for Literature, is one of the current seven holders of the title, which is held for life.
His friend and fellow poet, Seamus Heaney, and the actress, Juliet Stevenson, will be among those who give readings at the dedication ceremony next month.
I can't think that I thought about this for long--I just noticed it--and in 1977 I knew nothing about Paul Muldoon's relationship with Seamus Heaney, and wouldn't have cared to know.
Irish poet Seamus Heaney has been presented with the David Cohen Prize for Literature, in honour of his lifetime's work, by Poet Laureate Andrew Motion at a ceremony held at the British Library in London.
Seamus Heaney and Tony Harrison relate past to the present via using their own experiences.
Seamus Heaney returns to some of the agrarian themes--the "age of bare hands/and cast iron"--of his first collection, Death of a Naturalist (1966).