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Bookplate, signed by Victorian scholar Bland Crowder. Tan hardcover. Near Fine with Near Fine dustjacket. Hardcover; First Printing.

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Condition: F. Dust Jacket Condition: F. Fine in fine DJ. First edition, second printing. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, 29 pages. A fine copy. About this Item: Farrar, Straus and Giroux , Condition: UsedAcceptable. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. First printing. A fine book in a fine dust jacket.

Crediting Poetry the Nobel Lecture by Heaney Seamus

A tight copy, as new, appears unread, without any marks or defects. Dust jacket is clean and bright, with price intact on front flap. Comes with archival-quality dust jacket protector. Shipped in well padded box. Although not marked as such in any way, this book came from the library of poet and literary critic J. McClatchy, from his estate in Stonington, Connecticut. Published by Artes, Stockholm About this Item: Artes, Stockholm, Soft Cover. Condition: Fine. Fine in original wrappers. Dust Jacket Condition: fine. New York: Farrar Straus, Paperback in very good condition.

The Nobel Lecture. First Edition, Very Fine copy in hardcover, dustwrapper, not price-clipped. Seller Inventory Q Published by Gallery Books, County Meath Soft cover.

The first edition of Heaney's Nobel lecture, published five days after he delivered it in Stockholm on 7th December , and preceding the Faber edition which was not published until early Card wrappers exhibiting a little uneven sunning and one small crease. A nice, bright copy. No Jacket. Yellow card covers with black and brown lettering on face. Brown coloured end papers. Sun fading to colour on spine. No inscriptions. Appears unread. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine.

Cynthia Krupat [Jacket Design] illustrator. First printing of the stated first edition.

Crediting Poetry by Heaney, Seamus

Beloved Irish poet, playwright, and translator Seamus Heaney April 13, —August 30, was the recipient of innumerable awards, including the Nobel Prize for Literature, and was noted in his lifetime as the best-read living poet in the world in the past few decades. All year the flax-dam festered in the heart Of the townland; green and heavy headed Flax had rotted there, weighted down by huge sods.

Daily it sweltered in the punishing sun. Bubbles gargled delicately, bluebottles Wove a strong gauze of sound around the smell. There were dragon-flies, spotted butterflies, But best of all was the warm thick slobber Of frogspawn that grew like clotted water In the shade of the banks.

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    Book description. Haiku summary. His Nobel Lecture offers a powerful defense of poetry as "the ship and the anchor" of our spirit within an ocean of violent, divisive world politics. No library descriptions found. Quick Links Amazon. Amazon Kindle 0 editions. Audible 0 editions.