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Reading Paul Muldoon

Published by Bloodaxe Books

ISBN: 9781852243487

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Paul Muldoon is Ireland's most critically acclaimed poet since Heaney. His playful but often baffling work is discussed by a leading critic of Irish poetry, with close readings of the major poems and covering all his books up to the Hay Festival in 1998.

Clair Wills is an Irish writer and academic. She has written widely on post-war Irish culture. Her books include Improprieties: politics and sexuality in Northern Irish Poetry (OUP, 1993) and Reading Paul Muldoon (Bloodaxe Books, 1998). She has also edited the contemporary section of the Field Day Anthology of Irish Women's Writing. She teaches at Queen Mary College, University of London and was awarded a fellowship by the Leverhulme Trust to work on her study of Irish neutrality in the Second World War, That Neutral Island (Faber & Faber, 2007).
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