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Thomas C. Foster
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Seamus Heaney

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Published (first published June 28th 2010)
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David Stanley
A review of "Heaney" is first a plebiscite on your tastes in literature. If you enjoy the Irish poets, and Heaney in particular, you will fully appreciate this book. If you choose this book as your introduction to the form, you might find it daunting. I found Heaney an entertaining read (Foster clearly knows and loves the Irish poets) but this might be tough sledding for someone as a first read on Irish poetry. Four stars.
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Thomas C. Foster is Professor of English at the University of Michigan, Flint, where he teaches classes in contemporary fiction, drama, and poetry as well as creative writing and composition. Foster has been teaching literature and writing since 1975, the last twenty-one years at the University of Michigan-Flint. He lives in East Lansing, Michigan.

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