Literary Contexts in Poetry: Seamus Heaney's "Digging"
- Digging. Heaney, Seamus // New Statesman;9/6/2013, Vol. 142 Issue 5173, p38
The poem "Digging" by Seamus Heaney is presented. First Line: Between my finger and my thumb; Last Line: I'll dig with it.
- Digging. Heaney, Seamus // America;6/20/1981, Vol. 144 Issue 24, p501
The article presents the poem "Digging," by Seamus Heaney. First Line: Between my finger and my thumb; Last Line: I'll dig with it.
- SEAMUS HEANEY- "THE POET WHO DIGS WITH HIS PEN". RADHIKA, P. // Golden Research Thoughts;Jun2013, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p1
Seamus Heaney is a poet of world recognition now-a-days. His poetry is autobio-graphical to some extent if we examine his poems-"Digging", "Death of a Naturalist" etc. They give meaning and sound, thought and image while studying them.
- SUBJECT MATTER. O'Driscoll, Dennis // Quote Poet Unquote;1/ 1/2008, p27
The article presents quotes related to poetry from several poets including the content of a poem by Robert B.Shaw, poetry as a cadence by Seamus Heaney, and selection of subject matter for a poem by Thomas McCarthy.
- HOLY WRIT. O'Driscoll, Dennis // Quote Poet Unquote;1/ 1/2008, p267
The article presents quotes related to poetry from several poets including poetry as a spiritual earning by Seamus Heaney, poetry as a kind of communion by Thomas Lynch, and a poem as a prayer by Brendan Kennelly.
- Crossings (Poem). Heaney, Seamus // New Yorker;4/17/89, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p35
Presents the poem "Crossings," by Seamus Heaney.
- A BASKET OF CHESTNUTS (Poem). Heaney, Seamus // New Yorker;5/27/91, Vol. 67 Issue 14, p36
Presents the poem 'A Basket of Chestnuts,' by Seamus Heaney.
- CASUALTY. Heaney, Seamus // New Yorker;4/2/1979, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p38
The article presents the poem "Casualty," by Seamus Heaney. First Line: He would drink by himself; Last Line: Question me again.
- Out of This World. Heaney, Seamus // AGNI;2005, Issue 61, p226
Presents the poem "Out of This World," by Seamus Heaney. First Line: "Like everybody else, I bowed my head; Last Line: And would not have renounced, however paltry.