A Personal Selection – Seamus Heaney. Inscribed Copy (1982)

Author: Seamus Heaney

Book ID: 66200

Price: 950.00

A Personal Selection, Seamus Heaney. Foreword by Ted Hickey.  Ulster Museum, Belfast., 1982. First Edition. Glossy pictorial card wrappers, light wear to edges. A nice bright copy.

Inscribed by Heaney on title page: “Of course, the poet makes a book… The painter is content to look/And so, dear Shelagh, reparation/For this wordy publication/Will be required some day, no doubt. Meanwhile in doggerel, I shout/Poets and writers rule ok.” Three cheers for Cheltenham. Hooray!. Seamus, 13 October 1988.”

Exhibition catalogue with a two page Introduction by Seamus Heaney, who also comments on the thirty-seven exhibits he selects from the Ulster Museum’s holdings for this exhibition. Numerous black and white reproductions.

Edward McGuire’s portrait of Seamus Heaney is reproduced in colour on the front cover.

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