The reputation of Seamus Heaney was built at least partly on the way he dealt with the big issues of his time and place – the Troubles in Northern Ireland. But by the time of his death last year, Ireland had long since ceased to be defined by violence. Since the late-1990s, Ireland’s big issues […]
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