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III.iv. 'Diary Of One Who Vanished',

1999.
Main Creator: Heaney, Seamus, 1939-2013
Contributors: Warner, Deborah, 1959-
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Summary:Includes a notebook and manuscript and typescript worksheets containing drafts of 'Diary Of One Who Vanished' and documentation (correspondence and proofs) relating to its publication by Faber and Faber and Heaney's American publishers Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Also included is documentation concerning English Nationa Opera's production of the piece, its Dublin premiere at the Gaiety Theatre in October 1999, notably Heaney's correspondence with director Deborah Warner and staff of the ENO and Dublin Theatre Festival.
In Collection: Seamus Heaney Literary Papers, 1963-2010
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Notes:Seamus Heaney's translation of Leoš Janáček's song cycle, titled 'Diary Of One Who Vanished', was published by Faber and Faber in 1999.

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: 8 folders

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Arrangement:Sub-fonds
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III.iv. 'Diary Of One Who Vanished',

1999.
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In Collection: Seamus Heaney Literary Papers, 1963-2010
Description:Includes a notebook and manuscript and typescript worksheets containing drafts of 'Diary Of One Who Vanished' and documentation (correspondence and proofs) relating to its publication by Faber and Faber and Heaney's American publishers Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Also included is documentation concerning English Nationa Opera's production of the piece, its Dublin premiere at the Gaiety Theatre in October 1999, notably Heaney's correspondence with director Deborah Warner and staff of the ENO and Dublin Theatre Festival.
Main Creator: Heaney, Seamus, 1939-2013
Extent:8 folders
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: MS 49,493/213-220 (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.