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  • Author:
    John Montague
  • ISBN:
    0916390349
  • ISBN13:
    978-0916390341
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  • Publisher:
    Wake Forest Univ Pr (November 1, 1989)
  • Pages:
    75 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Poetry
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John Montague (28 February 1929 − 10 December 2016) was an Irish poet. Born in America, he was raised in Ireland. He published a number of volumes of poetry, two collections of short stories and two volumes of memoir

John Montague (28 February 1929 − 10 December 2016) was an Irish poet. He published a number of volumes of poetry, two collections of short stories and two volumes of memoir. He was one of the best known Irish contemporary poets. In 1998 he became the first occupant of the Ireland Chair of Poetry (essentially Ireland's poet laureate). In 2010, he was made a Chevalier de la Legion d'honneur, France's highest civil award.

Montague’s American readers who expect Mount Eagle to return to the political themes of The Dead Kingdom and his masterwork The Rough Field or to the poignant erotic poetry of Tides and The Great Cloak will find a handful of poems haunting these topics.

com: Mount Eagle: 1989. Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory KHS1003659. ISBN 10: 0916390349, ISBN 13: 9780916390341. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Wake Forest University Press. Book Condition: As New. About this title.

Ironically, Montague, one of Ireland's finest poets, was born in Brooklyn. He left for Ulster with his parents after only four years but has returned often to the land of his birth. As this collection shows, America has contributed greatly to his personal and poetic vision. The poems, essays, and short stories-some of them new, some culled from more than a dozen earlier books-give us a man with one foot in the streets of America and one in the farmlands of Ireland

Montague s American readers who expect Mount Eagle to return to the political themes of The Dead Kingdom and his masterwork The Rough Field or to the poignant erotic poetry of Tides and The Great Cloak will find a handful of poems haunting these topics.

Recipient of the American Ireland Fund Literary Award, the Irish-American Cultural John Patrick Montague, BA, MA, MFA, DLitt.

Montague’s American readers who expect Mount Eagle to return to the political. Recipient of the American Ireland Fund Literary Award, the Irish-American Cultural John Patrick Montague, BA, MA, MFA, DLitt. American-born Irish poet, writer of short fiction, essayist, and professor. Graduate of University College Dublin and the University of Iowa.

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most remarkable book and one of the most interesting statements made in this century about Ireland past and present. Benedict Kiely on The Rough Field.

Wake Forest University Press, Winston Salem, 1989. Bitter Harvest (an anthology of recent Irish poetry). John Montague's stories have earned a place alongside the work of other esteemed Irish storytellers-Frank O'Connor, Mary Lavin, Sean O'Faolain. They have the aura of permanence about them. William Kennedy on A Love Present. most remarkable book and one of the most interesting statements made in this century about Ireland past and present.

John Montague (born February 28, 1929) is an American-born Irish poet, short story writer, and . Working by day at the Irish Tourist Office, Montague at last gathered his first book of poems, Poisoned Lands (1961).

John Montague (born February 28, 1929) is an American-born Irish poet, short story writer, and academic. He is one of the best-known Irish contemporary poets. John Montague was born in Brooklyn, New York City. That year he also moved to Paris, to a small studio a block away from Samuel Beckett, with whom he slowly became on good drinking terms. There, he also met another neighbour, the French poet Claude Esteban, with whom he became friends - Montague recently translated into English and published some of his poems.