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Reading Paul Muldoon

Clair Wills

Reading Paul Muldoon

by Clair Wills

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Published by Bloodaxe Books, U.S. distributor, Dufour Editions in Newcastle upon Tyne, Chester Springs, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muldoon, Paul -- Criticism and interpretation

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPaul Muldoon
    StatementClair Wills
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6063.U367 Z9 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination222 p. ;
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16955087M
    ISBN 101852243481, 1852243473
    LC Control Number98083084

    Buy Reading Paul Muldoon 1st Edition by Wills, Clair (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Clair Wills.   The poet Paul Muldoon explains why he prefers reading non-fiction, and sees festivals as a cure for loneliness.

      “Muldoon's reinvention of himself as an American writer is a source of vast entertainment. Madoc is also, though, a profoundly Irish book Muldoon shows us a mind at work, teasing, improvising, listening, reading, loving, and his apparently impersonal narrative turns out to be a winning self-portrait. It is a dazzling achievement.”Pages: Brock By Paul Muldoon About this Poet Paul Muldoon was born in in Portadown, County Armagh, and was raised near The Moy, in Northern Ireland. His mother was a schoolteacher and his father a farm laborer and market gardener. He is the author of a .

    Paul Muldoon has for many years been regarded as Northern Ireland’s greatest contemporary poet after Seamus Heaney. However, since Muldoon’s Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for Moy Sand and Gravel (), many now consider him to be on a par with Heaney. Muldoon is both a playful and a serious poet, and his work as a whole incorporates a wide variety of themes and Place Of Birth: County Armagh, Ireland. Readers of a poet as original and daring as Paul Muldoon learn to be patient. Who felt as if they were in the presence of a masterpiece on first reading The .


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For this reason critical studies of his work are most helpful, and Clair Wills's new study examines all his poetry, including his latest collection Hay. Giles Foden: A book that changed me: Reading Paul Muldoon book Muldoon’s collection was a profound influence on me as a writer, not least in how it shows how fixed ideas are.

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Paul Muldoon was born in in Portadown, County Armagh, and was raised near The Moy, in Northern Ireland. His mother was a schoolteacher and his father a farm laborer and market gardener. He is the author of a number of poetry collections, including New Weather (), Why Brownlee Left (), Quoof (), Meeting the British (), New Selected Poems:.

A new collection from the Pulitzer Prize–winning poet. Though Frolic and Detour is Paul Muldoon’s thirteenth collection, it shows all the energy and ambition we might generally associate with a first book. Here, the poet brings his characteristic humor and humanity to the chickadee, the house wren, the deaths of Leonard Cohen and C.

Williams, the Irish Rising, the Great /5(3). Paul Muldoon (Editor), David Lehman (Series Editor) avg rating — ratings — published — 8 editions/5. Paul Muldoon is an Irish poet and professor of poetry, as well as an editor, critic, playwright, lyricist and translator.

Born in in Portadown, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland, to Patrick Muldoon, a farm labourer and market gardener, and Brigid Regan, a schoolteacher, Paul Muldoon was brought up near a village called The Moy on the border of counties Armagh and Tyrone. The website for Pulitzer Prizewinning Irish poet Paul Muldoon: poet, critic, librettist, lyricist, playwright, Princeton University professor, and host of Muldoon's Picnic at the Irish Arts Center.

“Muldoon's reinvention of himself as an American writer is a source of vast entertainment. Madoc is also, though, a profoundly Irish book Muldoon shows us a mind at work, teasing, improvising, listening, reading, loving, and his apparently impersonal narrative turns out to be a winning self-portrait.

It is a dazzling achievement.”Cited by:   "The tradition of reading lyrics on a page is a little bit iffy. resulting in Muldoon's first book, Paul Muldoon writes new poem "Dromedaries and Dung Beetles" in response to Rupert Brooke.

A new collection from the Pulitzer Prize–winning poet. Though Frolic and Detour is Paul Muldoon’s thirteenth collection, it shows all the energy and ambition we might generally associate with a first book.

Here, the poet brings his characteristic humor and humanity to the chickadee, the house wren, the deaths of Leonard Cohen and C. Williams, the Irish Rising, the Great. Paul Muldoon is one of the most exciting and accomplished poets writing in English. Few authors display such mastery of the language, form and measure of poetry, while at the same time opening poetry up to all the contemporary forces of disorder, contingency and confusion.

But for this very reason, Muldoon’s is a complex and demanding body of.   Paul Muldoon was born in County Armagh, in Northern Ireland, in He is the eldest of three children.

His mother was a primary schoolteacher and his father held many jobs, including mushroom cultivator. Muldoon attended Queen’s University from toand remained in Belfas. Muldoon’s 13th collection applies his characteristically nimble rhymes and musical faculty for language to matters of art (Picasso, Braque), history (the.

Paul Muldoon is one of Ireland’s most outstanding contemporary poets, and one of the most admired English-language poets anywhere in the world.

He was born into a Catholic family in in a predominantly Protestant region of Portadown, County Armagh. Paul Muldoon is the Howard G.B.

Clark ’21 University Professor in the Humanities, Director of the Princeton Atelier, and Professor of Creative Writing at Princeton University. He was Founding Chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts and has served as Poetry Editor of The New Yorker from to The essays in this book testify to the fascination of Paul Muldoon&#;s poems, and also to their underlying contentiousness.

The contributors see Muldoon from many different angles &#; biographical, formal, literary-historical, generic &#; but also direct attention to complex moments of creativity in which an extraordinary amount of originality is concentrated, and on.

Paul Muldoon (born 20 June ) is an Irish poet. He has published over thirty collections and won a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the T. S. Eliot held the post of Oxford Professor of Poetry from to At Princeton University he is both the Howard G. B. Clark '21 Professor in the Humanities and chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts.

[1] [2] He is also the president of. Paul Muldoon will be offering an open 'reading poetry to an audience' workshop available to all UG and PG students in the Department of English Literature and Creative Writing. There are twelve places and these will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

If you plan to attend the workshop, you must bring a short poem (your own or not) that you would like to .The essays in this book testify to the fascination of Paul Muldoon’s poems, and also to their underlying contentiousness.

The contributors see Muldoon from many different angles – biographical, formal, literary-historical, generic – but also direct attention to complex moments of creativity in which an extraordinary amount of originality is concentrated, and on the clarity of 5/5(1).