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II.i.19. Correspondence between Seamus Heaney and John Killen, concerning the publication 'A Tribute to Michael McLaverty',

2005.

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Main Creator: Heaney, Seamus, 1939-2013
Contributors: Killen, John, 1954-
Summary:Included is the correspondence, dated 27 July 2005, an annotated typescript draft of the text to Heaney's tribute and a draft of the poem 'An Evening at Killard' which was also included in the publication.
In Collection: Seamus Heaney Literary Papers, 1963-2010
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Language:English
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Notes:'A Tribute to Michael McLaverty' was published by the Linen Hall Library, in 2005.

Taken from a folder originally marked as 'District' by Heaney.

On the verso of fax printouts dated is a draft of an address titled 'Tribute to Tony Smith', given at the Wigmore Hall, London and dated 22 July [2005].

MS 49,493/159 has been copied and the copies made available as the original manuscripts contain personal details.

Department of Manuscripts, National Library of Ireland. There are additional Seamus Heaney manuscripts held in the Department of Manuscripts (MS 41,932/1-3). This consists of manuscript and typescript drafts of the poem 'Sweeney Astray', with additional notes on early Irish poetry;

Physical description: 12 pages.

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II.i.19. Correspondence between Seamus Heaney and John Killen, concerning the publication 'A Tribute to Michael McLaverty',

2005.
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In Collection: Seamus Heaney Literary Papers, 1963-2010
Description:Included is the correspondence, dated 27 July 2005, an annotated typescript draft of the text to Heaney's tribute and a draft of the poem 'An Evening at Killard' which was also included in the publication.
Main Creator: Heaney, Seamus, 1939-2013
Language:English
Extent:12 pages.
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: MS 49,493/159 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights:Subject to the provisions of the Copyright Act 2000, the papers in this collection are in copyright. It is necessary to obtain the express permission of the copyright owner before reproducing any material from this collection.