Like Pilgrims To This Moment: Myth, History and Politics in the Early Writing of Seamus Heaney and Leonard Cohen

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Title
Like Pilgrims To This Moment: Myth, History and Politics in the Early Writing of Seamus Heaney and Leonard Cohen
Abstract
Analyzes both poets first four books of poetry and how each addresses the politics of his historical time and place as a minority figure: Heaney, an Irish Catholic in Northern Ireland during the Troubles of the late 1960s and 1970s; and Cohen, an Anglophone Jew in Montreal during the Quiet Revolution of the late 1950s and 1960s.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
University of Saskatchewan
Place
Saskatoon, SK.
Date
2008
Language
en
Citation
Ward, Caitlin. “Like Pilgrims To This Moment: Myth, History and Politics in the Early Writing of Seamus Heaney and Leonard Cohen.” Master’s Thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 2008.
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