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The confidence of the show may come from a very successful assimilation by British Asians to the standard forms of the language. Think about how the relationship is linked with the poets' experience of living in Ireland, the environment of Ireland. Like its predecessor conferences, at St Anne’s in Oxford and Queens University Belfast, we aim to engage poets and critics in new conversations about recent British and Irish poetry, re-assessing and contesting prevailing ideas about poetry’s relation to the present and the past, and tracking new developments in poetics. 'We are very sorry to hear that Seamus Heaney has died: the leading English-language poet of our time and its greatest advocate for poetry, Seamus was also a marvellous man, and a dear friend to many of us in Manchester - as he was to readers and writers across the world: ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam uasal.' - John McAuliffe Please note that the public event on Saturday 14 September will now include Don Paterson with Paul Muldoon.

Pages: 283

Publisher: Roberts Rinehart Pub; First Edition edition (August 1996)

ISBN: 1570980683

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