Brendan Kennelly

Brendan Kennelly

Brendan Kennelly in front of shelves with copies of his books on them

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Brendan Kennelly (born 1936) is an Irish poet and novelist. Until 2005 he was Professor of Modern Literature at Trinity College, Dublin. He is father to one daughter, Doodle Kennelly. (Wikipedia)

  • Heaney, Seamus; Kennelly, Brendan; Longley, Michael. “Death of a Naturalist,” “Lovers on Aran,” “Follower,” “Elegy for a Still-Born Child,” “Personal Helicon,” “Antaeus,” “The After-Child,” “The Blind Man,” “Marlowe,” “The Good,” “Light Dying,” “The Dummies,” “The Osprey,” “The Hebrides,” “Elegy for Fats Waller,” “Dr Johnson Dying,” “Gathering Mushrooms,” “Persephone,” no date.

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  • Paul Muldoon VIAF Wikipedia - correspondedWith
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  • Fallon, Peter, 1951- VIAF - correspondedWith
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