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More than a language … no more of a Language’: Merriman, Heaney and the Metamorphoses of Translation
(Irish University Review, 2005)
This essay examines transformative force of translation, by reading Merriman through the refractive lens of Seamus Heaney’s The Midnight Verdict, the juxtaposition of Merriman’s text with that of classical tragedy, itself ...
The Force of Law in Seamus Heaney's Greek Translations
(Careysfort Press, 2008)
This essay examines the use of law in Heaney’s Greek translations: The Burial at Thebes, and The Cure at Troy. For Derrida,, the founding moment of law, in a society or culture, is never a moment ‘inscribed’ in the history ...
Derrida, Heaney, Yeats and the Hauntological Redefinition of Irishness
This essay begins by deconstructing the logo of the Centre for Migration studies as a way of outlining a differential perspective on Irish identity. Eschewing the traditional view of identity as sameness, this article ...
Seamus Heaney: Creating Irelands of the Mind Studies on Contemporary Ireland Series
(Liffey Press, 2007)
Any Catholics among you...?”: Seamus Heaney and the Real of Catholicism
(Oxford: Peter Lang, 2011)
'The Boat has Moved': The Catholic Church, Conflations and the Need for Critique
(Columba Press, 2011)
The Subject of Poetry and the Subject of Theory
(Nordic Journal of Irish Studies Special Issue Contemporary Irish Poetry, 2004)
This essay looks at three poems by Seamus Heaney in the light of Jacques Lacan’s theories of the subject. The type of subjectivity that is revealed in the poems is analysed, looking at Heaney’s early poems ‘Digging’ and ...
Bloomsday and Arthur’s Day – Secular Sacraments as Symbolic and Cultural Capital
(Oxford: Peter Lang, 2014)
Seamus Heaney’s Prose: Preoccupying Questions
(University of Ulster, 1999)
This essay examines Seamus Heaney’s prose writings, wherein he discusses poetry as a mode of knowledge, which can explore the fractured aspects of identity and can shed light on aspects of what it mens to be human. Heaney’s ...