I do apologise for the careless mistake: I have a bit of a disability that's resulted from very serious neurological disorders, so I sometimes transpose odd names etc: what's your malady??
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On 30 Aug 2013, at 20:26, Robert Summers <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Re: Paul MuldoonYou are of course quite right Marcia about Muldoon. His voice and interests are not the same.Best,BobOn Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 3:15 PM, mskarp <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Re: Paul Muldoon
I was thinking not about level, but of the voice, concerns, manners, etc.
Robert Summers wrote:
Thank you Marcia for making corrections. I was at a loss about Robert Muldoon; it would not occur to me that anyone would make that kind of mistake. How could someone on this list with all the tributes to Seamus Heaney from all over the world use Fox News as a source? What serious person would use Fox for any source? Of course you are absolutely right, Heaney is the 21st master of poetry. Paul Muldoon is no where near the level of Heaney. Why was a comparison made to Eliot and Muldoon?
On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 2:47 PM, mskarp <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Surely, and rightly, you mean 21st-century poetry. And you must mean Paul Muldoon; but do you really think they share very much of the same poetic space? Have you read PM lately; his virtues are not nearly as close to Heaney's as you imply.
David Boyd wrote:
Most by now will have seen reports of the death of this fine poet, and, like Eliot, Nobel Prize Laureate. RIP, and in many ways irreplaceable, although Robert Muldoon is thankfully still stalking-about readily able to don at least part of the mantle A sad day for 20th century poetry, to be sure. Sent from my iPad