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by Thomas Kinsella
Dedicated to Irish Poetry. Peppercanister Poems: 1972–1978.
Dedicated to Irish Poetry.
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Peppercanister Poems 1972-1978 (Dolmen 1979; Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Wake Forest University Press . Crosson, . Traditional Music and Song and the Poetry of Thomas Kinsella ("Nordic Irish Studies", Vol. 7, pp. 71-89, 2008).
Peppercanister Poems 1972-1978 (Dolmen 1979; Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Wake Forest University Press, 1979); One Fond Embrace (Deerfield, MA: Deerfield Press, 1981); St Catherine's Clock (Oxford University Press, 1987); Blood & Family (New York: Oxford Univ. Deane, John . e. Tracks no. 7, Thomas Kinsella Issue (The Dedalus Press, 1987). Harmon, Maurice, The Poetry of Thomas Kinsella (Humanities Press, 1974). Johnston, Dillon, Irish Poetry after Joyce (Syracuse University Press, 1985).
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Thomas Kinsella (born 4 May 1928) is an Irish poet . In 1972, he started Peppercanister Press to publish his own work. Peppercanister Poems, 1972-1978. Winston-Salem NC: Wake Forest University Press 1979, 1986.
Thomas Kinsella (born 4 May 1928) is an Irish poet, whose "sensitive lyrics deal with primal aspects of the human experience, often in a specifically Irish context. Kinsella was born in Inchicore, Dublin. He spent most of his childhood in the area of Dublin. Kinsella's interest in the publishing process dates back at least as far as helping set the type for The Starlit Eye 20 years earlier.
Peppercanister Poems 1972-1978 (1979). His technical skill and the originality of his subject matter set him apart from his contemporaries. Works in Biographical and Historical Context. The Son of a Dublin Socialist, a Civil Servant Turns to Poetry. Born in Dublin to John Paul and Agnes Casserley Kinsella, Thomas Kinsella is the son of what he considered a typical Dublin family.
Thomas Kinsella s many volumes of poetry include Poems (1956) . product description page. Peppercanister Poems 1972-1978 - by Thomas Kinsella (Paperback).
Thomas Kinsella s many volumes of poetry include Poems (1956), Another September (1958), Downstream (1962), Butcher s Dozen (1972), Fifteen Dead (1979), The Good Fight (1973), Nightwalker and Other Poems (1968), Notes from the Dead and Other Poems (1973), One and Other Poems (1979), Peppercanister Poems 19721978 (1979), St Catherine s Clock (1987), Poems From City Centre (1990), and Madonna and Other Poems (1991).
Kinsella's first poems were published in the University College Dublin magazine National Student. His first pamphlet, The Starlit Eye (1952), was published by Liam Miller's Dolmen Press, as was Poems (1956), his first book-length publication. These were followed by Another September (1958), Moralities (1960), Downstream (1962), Wormwood (1966), and the long poem Nightwalker (1967). The first Peppercanister production was Butcher's Dozen, a satirical response to the Widgery Tribunal into the events of Bloody Sunday.