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Published by Gallery Press in Loughcrew, Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementMedbh McGuckian.
LC ClassificationsPR6063.C5 C87 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination74 p. ;
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20697389M
ISBN 101852354135, 1852354127
ISBN 109781852354138, 9781852354121

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The Currach Requires No Harbours $ – $ In The Currach Requires No Harbours, Medbh McGuckian unfolds a beautiful array of themes—art, religion, landscape, nation, home—that will be as seductive to initiates as they are glowingly familiar to lovers of her work. We start with sensual understanding (“the form of feeling”), move among the various arenas of experience. The Currach Requires No Harbours lays bare a mastery of art by a stylist of indisputable effect and beauty. Medbh McGuckian is a writer who creates images of haunting beauty using language that resists easy interpretation here the poet continues to use colour as a type of private code. The currach requires no harbours. [Medbh McGuckian] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for The Wrens of the Curragh (starting p. 27) --Page from the Nest-book (starting p. 28) --Thorn Piece (starting p. 30) --La Rosa de Santa Rosa (starting p. 31) --February House (starting p. Anne Glyd, her Book, 44 My Sister’s Way to Make Mead 47 The Gorgon as Mistress of the Animals 48 The Footplate 50 Holy Saturday Judas 51 She Thinks She Sees Clarissa 53 Three-legged Angel 55 The Currach Requires No Harbours is first published simultaneously in paperback and in a clothbound edition on 26 October The Gallery Press.

  Medbh McGuckian. The Currach Requires No Harbours. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Wake Forest University Press. 66 pages. $ ($ paper) ISBN This volume of poems illustrates a new focus on the spiritual life. Review of The Currach Requires No Harbours by Medbh McGuckian. / Clark, Heather. In: Harvard Review, Vol. 35, No. Fall , , p. Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Book/Film/Article reviewAuthor: Heather Clark. The Book of the Angel, Gallery Press, and Wake Forest University Press, The Currach Requires no Harbours, Wake Forest University Press, My Love Has Fared Inland, Wake Forest University Press, The High Caul Cap, Wake Forest University Press, The Unfixed Horizon: New Selected Poems, Wake Forest University Press, A volume of Selected Poems: – was published in , and among her latest collections are The Book of the Angel () The Currach Requires No .

McGuckian's publications in the U.S. include On Ballycastle Beach (), Marconi's Cottage (), Captain Lavender (), Shelmalier (), The Soliders of the Year II (), The Book of the Angel (), The Currach Requires no Harbours (), and My Love Has Fared Inland (), all by Wake Forest University Press. A volume of McGuckian. The Currach Requires No Harbours, McGuckian's ninth book, is more of the same: dense, diffuse, and dimly apprehensible. Of course, her anti-depictions have a . The Medbh McGuckian papers comprises the literary and personal papers of the poet Medbh McGuckian from The bulk of the collection consists of drafts of McGuckian's own writings, including drafts of poems from her first collection, Single Ladies, through The Currach Requires No Harbours. The Currach Requires No Harbours is her 10th collection. PAUL MULDOON: Horse Latitudes (Faber & Faber) Paul Muldoon was born in in Co Armagh, and educated in Armagh and at the Queen's.