Historians
ISBN: PB: 9781784109141, Carcanet, October 2020
80 pp., 21.6x13.5 cm
Throughout her nearly sixty-year career, acclaimed poet Eavan Boland came to be known for her exquisite ability to weave myth, history, and the life of an ordinary woman into mesmerizing poetry. She was an essential voice in both feminist and Irish l...
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Woman Without a Country
ISBN: PB: 9781847772176, Carcanet, September 2014
80 pp., 21.6x13.5 cm
The poems in Eavan Boland's new collection consider questions of inheritance and identity, of what is handed down and what is lost. Boland's poems are acts of preservation: they are aware of the significance of objects, memories, words, in keeping al...
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Eavan Boland A Poet's Dublin
ISBN: PB: 9781847774477, Carcanet, May 2014
96 pp., 21.6x21.5 cm
Published to celebrate the seventieth birthday of acclaimed Irish poet Eavan Boland, this book brings together many of Boland's best known poems with her own striking photographs of her native city, Dublin. Through juxtaposition of text and image, pl...
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New Selected Poems
ISBN: PB: 9781847772411, Carcanet, October 2013
160 pp., 21.6x13.5 cm
"New Selected Poems" includes the key poems from Eavan Boland's remarkable half century of writing. It began with "23 Poems" in 1962 and it has continued through more than a dozen collections, each finding new dimensions in language, history and in t...
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Journey with Two Maps Becoming a Woman Poet: Anthology
ISBN: PB: 9781857545418, Carcanet, April 2011
256 pp., 23x13.7 cm
"A Journey with Two Maps" begins with an anecdote: one afternoon, Eavan Boland saw one of her mother's paintings for sale in a gallery, signed by her famous teacher. It is the starting point for an exploration of concepts of art and womanhood, of wha...
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Eavan Boland Sourcebook Poetry, Prose, Interviews, Reviews and Criticism
ISBN: PB: 9781857549645, Carcanet, September 2007
284 pp., 21.6x13.5 cm
"The Eavan Boland Sourcebook" is an essential companion to the poetry, prose and critical writing of this acclaimed poet. Jody Allen Randolph has been a teacher and interpreter of Boland's work for many years and gathers here a rich collection of lit...
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Domestic Violence
ISBN: PB: 9781857548594, Carcanet, March 2007
64 pp., 21.6x13.5 cm
Eavan Boland's new collection turns to the domestic interiors in which the dramas of women's lives are played out: seductions and quarrels, anger and grief, the care of children. In her attentiveness to the humdrum realities of suburban life, Boland...
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Object Lessons
ISBN: PB: 9781857548822, ISBN: HB: 9781857540741, Carcanet, March 2006
272 pp., 21.6x13.5 cm
"I have put this book together, not as a prose narrative is usually constructed, but as a poem might be: in turnings and returnings. In parts which find and repeat themselves and re-state the argument until it loses its reasonable edge and hopefully...
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New Collected Poems
ISBN: PB: 9781857548587, Carcanet, November 2005
280 pp., 21.6x13.5 cm
Ten years ago Carcanet published Eavan Boland's first Collected Poems, a book which confirmed her place at the forefront of modern Irish poetry. "The New Collected Poems" brings the record of her achievement up to date, adding "The Lost Land" (1998)...
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Three Irish Poets
ISBN: PB: 9781857546835, Carcanet, August 2003
144 pp., 21.9x13.9 cm
In this radical anthology the work of three of Ireland's most important and best-loved contemporary poets is featured. Each has, in a different way, cleared new creative space to speak and to sing. The anthology makes an essential selection of some...
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