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Thomas Kinsella

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  • 'Among those poets writing in English today there is none surpassing Thomas Kinsella.'
    Canadian Journal of Irish Studies
    'Thomas Kinsella is the most important and the most compendious Irish poet since Yeats.'
    Thomas H. Jackson, 'The Whole Matter: The Poetic Evolution of Thomas Kinsella'
    'Kinsella's is a distinct, authoritative, critical voice... even the fragments radiate.'
    Pat Boran, Sunday Tribune
    Awards won by Thomas Kinsella Commended, 2007 Poetry Book Society
    (Selected Poems)
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