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ROBSON, Jeremy, 1939- — editor : THE YOUNG BRITISH POETS.
London : Chatto & Windus, 1971. First edition. Twenty-three poets aged under thirty-five — a fine anthology with biographical notes and some captivating period portrait photographs. Contributors include Stewart Conn (5 poems), Kevin Crossley-Holland (3), Peter Dale (4), Douglas Dunn (5), John Fuller (4), Ian Hamilton (4), Tony Harrison (4), a Beatle-cropped Seamus Heaney (5), Brian Jones (4), Angela Langfield (3), Michael Longley (4), Derek Mahon (5), Dom Moraes (5), Brian Patten (3), Jeremy Robson himself (4), Jon Stallworthy (5), Hugo Williams (4), and half a dozen others.
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HEANEY, Seamus, 1939-2013 : STATIONS.
Belfast : Ulsterman Publications, (1975). First edition. Twenty-one prose poems, including “Cauled”, “Hedge-School”, “Waterbabies”, “Incertus”, etc.
HEANEY, Seamus, 1939-2013 : STATION ISLAND.
London : Faber & Faber, (1984). First edition. One of the most celebrated collections of poems of modern times – over forty poems from Heaney at the height of his powers. “Many of these poems have a tough rind as though the author knew for his purposes deferred comprehension was better than instant. Obliquity suits him. Heaney’s talent, a prodigious one, is exfoliating and augmenting here” (Richard Ellman).
HEANEY, Seamus, 1939-2013 : NEW SELECTED POEMS 1966-1987.
First edition. A fine selection of Heaney’s work, the selection made by Heaney himself from his ten earlier collections – well over 100 poems, with notes, etc.
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