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Aistí ar fhilíocht Mháire Mhac an tSaoi - edited by Louis de Paor
There is no doubt that Máire Mhac an tSaoi was one of the greatest poets of the Modern Irish era. From her first collection, Margadh na saoire (1956) she has challenged some of the most urgent issues of life boldly, roguishly and defiantly, including the experience of women. In this book, a selection of recognised scholars comb through the various elements of her poetic heritage as is, the maternal tone in some of her pieces, love and freedom issues, the influence of borrowing on her work, the adaption of memory and the fiery relationship she created with one of the other great poets of our time, Seán Ó Ríordáin. Along with that, a critical in-depth analysis of some of her stand-alone poems, such as 'Ceathrúintí Mháire Ní Ógáin' and 'Love has pitched his mansion...', which are jewels for critics.
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