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Desmond O'Grady

Desmond O'Grady was born in Limerick in 1935 and now lives in Kinsale, Co. Cork. Among the major figures of contemporary Irish poetry, he has taught in Paris, Rome and the US and was, for a time, amanuensis to Ezra Pound. He is well-known as a translator of poetry and his publications include some sixteen collections including The Road Taken: Poems 1956-1996, Trawling Tradition: Translations 1954-1994, Selected Poems of CP Cavafy and The Wandering Celt (2001), a poetic history of the Celts and celtic influence.
 
 
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