Seamus Heaney's "Peninsula"
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July 17, 2014
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One such poem, “Peninsula”, published in the collection “Door into the Dark”, shows his extraordinary use of imagery and word choice to portray the scenery.
Perhaps the poem’s main theme is the concept of not being able to express yourself. Many great writers need stimuli in order to write, Charles Dickens is one famous example, and one would believe that it was the Irish countryside that helped stimulate Heaney’s mind and inspire him to write of its beauty...
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Like all writers, Heaney needs inspiration from somewhere.
“When you have nothing more to say, just drive
For a day all round the peninsula”
It seems that when Heaney finds himself in a situation of inarticulacy, when he struggles to express himself, he sets out on a drive round the peninsula...
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