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Relates the development of Michael Longley's poetry to the literary and political history of Northern Ireland, and to the Irish poetic tradition from Yeats. In placing Longley's poetry in a network of cultural influences, and evaluating its critical reception, this study also engages with key debates in the criticism of modern poetry in English.
Fran Brearton is lecturer in English at Queen's University Belfast. Her study The Great War in Irish Poetry was published by Oxford University Press in 2000, and she co-edited Last before America: Irish and American Writing (Blackstaff, 2001). She was the 2004 British Academy Chatterton Lecturer on English Poetry.