Between Here and There
By (author) Sinead Morrissey
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Between Here and There by Sinead Morrissey
Book DescriptionIn her second book of poems Sinead Morrissey's worlds grow more diverse, encompassing the Orient, the Antipodes, America and an Ireland which recent history has changed: a country observed through eyes that travel and time have made clear, dispassionate and disabused. The poems are still hungry for grace, but in each new geographical and spiritual territory what seems promise is undermined by material and cultural reality; the ceremonies and beliefs of Japan, for example, yield the most colourful spiritual barrenness; and when the poet returns to Ireland it is with a political anger sharpened by the very directness of her vision. Her use of traditional forms is freer and more assured than ever: her wit is visual and semantic, and wonderfully nuanced in her unusual rhythms of speech.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781857545586
(215mm x 135mm x 6mm)
Imprint: Carcanet Press Ltd
Publisher: Carcanet Press Ltd
Publish Date: 22-Nov-2001
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Sinead Morrissey
Parallax, Paperback / softback (May 2016)
Assured and unsettling, Sinead Morrisey's poems explore the paradoxes in what is seen, read and misread in the surfaces of the presented world.
Through the Square Window, Paperback (November 2009)
A collection of poems that explores fertility, pregnancy, and the landscape of early childhood.
State of the Prisons, Paperback (April 2005)» View all books by Sinead Morrissey
Building on the achievement of the award-winning collection, "Between Here and There", this collection of poems addresses the theme of imprisonment. It deals with: the actual prisons of eighteenth-century Europe; the prison of our own limited perceptions of experience, particularly of other cultures; and the prison of the mortal human body itself.
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Author Biography - Sinead Morrissey
Sinead Morrissey was born in 1972 and grew up in Belfast. She read English and German at Trinity College, Dublin, from which she took her PhD in 2003. Her five collections are There Was Fire in Vancouver (1996), Between Here and There (2002), The State of the Prisons (2005), Through the Square Window (2009) and the T S Eliot Prize-winning, Forward Prize-shortlisted Parallax (2013) all of which are published by Carcanet Press. She has lived in Germany, Japan and New Zealand and now lectures in creative writing at the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry, Queen's University, Belfast. She is Belfast's inaugural Poet Laureate.
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