Dear harp of my country, 1997 CIP t.p. (preface by Seamus Heaney) data sheet (b. 1939)
Death of a naturalist ... 1966.
Guardian (online), viewed Aug. 30, 2013 (Seamus Heaney; b. 1939 on a small farm near Toomebridge, County Derry, Northern Ireland; d. this morning [Aug. 30, 2013], Dublin, aged 74; Northern Irish poet; won the Nobel prize for literature in 1995; Ireland's first Nobel prize-winning poet since WB Yeats)
Ta poiēmata tou valtou, 1996 t.p. (Seimous Chēny)
The spirit level, 1996 t.p. (Seamus Heaney) back flap (b. in Co. Derry, No. Ireland; has published poetry, criticism, and translations since 1966; awarded Nobel Prize for Lit. in 1995)
Wikipedia, viewed 20 March 2013 (Seamus Heaney; born 13 April 1939 on a farm near Castledawson, Northern Ireland; poet, playwright, translator, lecturer; resides in Dublin); Aug. 30, 2013 (born at the family farmhouse called Mossbawn, between Castledawson and Toomebridge in Northern Ireland; moved to Dublin in 1972)
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