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Northern Irish Poetry and Domestic Space by Adam Hanna

By Adam Hanna

Northern Irish Poetry and family house explores why homes, in many ways the main inner most of areas, have taken up such visibly public positions within the paintings of a variety of in demand poets from Northern eire, analyzing the paintings of Seamus Heaney, Michael Longley, Derek Mahon and Medbh McGuckian.

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