Biography - A Short Wiki
Northern Irish-born author and poet who won the 1995 Nobel Prize in Literature. His best known works include Death of a Naturalist (1966), a modern translation of Beowulf (1999), and Field Work (1979).
He was one of nine children born to Patrick Heaney and Margaret Kathleen McCann. Later, he had two sons of his own with his wife, Marie Heaney.
How did Seamus Heaney die?
|Cause of death||Complications From A Stroke|
|Age of death||74 years|
|Birthday||April 13, 1939|
|Death date||August 30, 2013|
|Place of death||Blackrock Clinic - Private Hospital Dublin, Dublin, Ireland|
|Place of burial||Cemetery of St Mary's Church, Bellaghy, Northern Ireland|
Even if the last move did not succeed, the inner command says move again.Seamus Heaney
A person from Northern Ireland is naturally cautious.Seamus Heaney
Memory has always been fundamental for me. In fact, remembering what I had forgotten is the way most of the poems get started.Seamus Heaney
I’ve said it before about the Nobel Prize: it’s like being struck by a more or less benign avalanche. It was unexpected, unlooked for, and extraordinary.Seamus Heaney
The completely solitary self: that’s where poetry comes from, and it gets isolated by crisis, and those crises are often very intimate also.Seamus Heaney