|Titre :||Mapping a little Gaelic kingdom (2011)|
|Auteurs :||Tim ROBINSON, Auteur|
|Type de document :||Article|
|Dans :||The Dublin Review (n 43 2011)|
|Article en page(s) :||p. 67-76|
Personal history by Tim Robinson: Cottages, bungalows and a half-built bridge in south Connemara.
Excerpt: On Saturday 12 August 1972, when I was seventeen, I was standing in the Market Square in Enniscorthy, around the corner from the Castle, when I saw the poet Thomas Kinsella walking up Slaney Street with his nephew Paul Walsh. That morning's Irish Times had a review by the poet Michael Hartnett of Kinsella's new book of poems, a book called Notes from the Land of the Dead. A photograph of the poet had been printed beside the review. One of the sentences of the review read: 'Notes from the Land of the Dead is the most important book to come out of Ireland or its neighbour island since Yeats' Responsibilities'
|Pays de publication :||Irlande|
|Lieu de publication :||Dublin|
|Mention de responsabilité :||Tim Robinson|