Center for Irish Programs, Boston College
Irish Literary Supplement
The author discusses the life and works of writer James Liddy. He notes that Liddy did more in poetry, catholicism and sexuality in Ireland and taught friends and students to embrace time and place, knowledge of history and religion as well as memory and awareness. The author also states that he was a poet who believed in real mortality, filled with truth and honesty.
Farrell, Tyler, "James Liddy: The Poet's Soul Purified" (2009). English Faculty Research and Publications. 497.
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Published version. Irish Literary Supplement, Vol. 26, No. 2 (Spring 2009): 22-23. Publisher link. © 2009 Trustees of Boston College. Used with permission.