—Seamus Heaney, Poetry, October/November 1995At Harriet, Tom Sleigh remembers Seamus Heaney:
…let me list a few personal qualities about Seamus that for me feel like bedrock. The self-mockery and roguish good humor, but also the colloquial eloquence and sense of kindred feeling that pervades Seamus’s conversation is such that you feel smarter, funnier, and more genuinely alive whenever you’re in the same room with him—

—Seamus Heaney, Poetry, October/November 1995

At Harriet, Tom Sleigh remembers Seamus Heaney:

…let me list a few personal qualities about Seamus that for me feel like bedrock. The self-mockery and roguish good humor, but also the colloquial eloquence and sense of kindred feeling that pervades Seamus’s conversation is such that you feel smarter, funnier, and more genuinely alive whenever you’re in the same room with him—

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