Heaney


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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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They watched an excerpt from The Burial At Thebes, a play by Heaney, performed by students from Rainey Endowed School.
In discussing Heaney's "physical world," Clifton pursues an instructive line of distinction between Heaney and one of his key influences, Patrick Kavanagh.
Late in life, Heaney had even written a poetic sequence about studying Virgil as a teenager in Belfast.
The most important aspect of this project is the support of the Heaney family and the personal connection brought by Marie.
Heaney, of Barrington Parade, Cleckheaton, was sentenced to a six-month community order with 10 days of rehabilitation activities.
I SHARED WITH SEAMUS HEANEY an intimate experience of "the indigenous per se," for I too grew up on a farm in Catholic Ireland.
I first met Seamus Heaney in June 1992 in Caen, at a rather extraordinary conference once again organized by Jacqueline Genet.
Seamus Heaney has always lived in two places, and his poetry reflects it.
del genero: una elegia proleptica, pues el padre de Heaney no moriria
Accepting the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1995, Seamus Heaney spoke of his temperamental disposition towards an art that was devoted to things as they are.
Irish president Michael D Higgins attended along with taoiseach Enda Kenny, who had said it would take Heaney himself to describe the depth of loss Ireland felt.
Michael Heaney told hundreds of mourners at the Sacred Heart Church in Donnybrook, South Dublin his father's parting advice to his mother Marie.