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This is the WSC VCE Literature page. Anyone is welcome to contribute.
Pages are ordered by prompts, poems and criticism.
- The prompts are there to encourage students of Heaney to contribute, share and critique ideas.
- The Poems provide a basic outline and analysis of each poem
- The criticism provides literary criticism of Heaney's poetry
Romance: Seamus Heaney's poetry can be defined by romantic undertones.
Life and Death: Seamus Heaney's draws on the fine line between life and death
Death: Seamus Heaney's poetry blurs the line between life and death.
Transformations: Seamus Heaney's poetry is primarily focused on transformations.
Heaney: Seamus Heaney's poetry can be read as an autobiography.
Death: Within Heaney's poetry death often has a transformative quality.
Growth: Heaney deconstructs the exploratory nature of life.
Love: Within his poetry Heaney explores how love shaped his character.
Reading 1: Feminism and Literature
Reading 2: Seamus Heaney Review (THE SWING, DEATH OF A NATURALIST, THE TOLLUND MAN)
Reading 3: A Review of Opened Ground (Kerrigan)
Reading 4: A Critique of Kerrigan (1999)
Reading 5: Irish Nationalism
Reading 6: Religion, Mythology and Irish Nationalism
- Talk:Seamus Heaney's 'The Strand at Lough Beg': An inter-textual reading
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