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Finders Keepers by Seamus Heaney
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May 18, 08

it was amazing

This collection of essays from Seamus Heaney has taught me more about successful academic prose than any other single book, class, or instructor. Heaney's "word hoard" makes him as successful and skilled a prose writer as he is a poet, and this is worth picking up and reading simply for the beauty of the language.

And of course, this book is a must-have for anyone interested in Heaney's poetry, or poetry in general, for that matter.

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