The Kilfenora Teaboy: A Study of Paul Durcan
Over the past twenty years, Paul Durcan has become an essential presence in Irish life, and is internationally known for his poetry. This is the first full-length study of his work, a critical evaluation of the essential themes in his poems. Contributions from fellow poets (Derek Mahon, Ruth Padel, Eamon Grennan) and critics (Edna Longley, Brian Kennedy, Fintan O'Toole) make this a vital and significant assessment of one of the most original poets writing in the English language. The book's title is that of one of his most famous poems.--From the publisher
New Island Books
2017 Richard C. Holbrooke Distinguished Achievement Award
Arts and Humanities | Creative Writing | Nonfiction
Tóibín , C. (1996). The Kilfenora Teaboy: A Study of Paul Durcan. Dublin: New Island Books.