For Tarry Flynn, young farmer, poet, son and lover, the responsibility of family, farm and poetic inspiration and his own unyielding lust is a heavy one and he realizes he must rise above it all or make his escape.
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One of the major figures in the modern Irish poetic canon, Patrick Kavanagh (1904-67) was a post-colonial poet who released Anglo-Irish verse from its prolonged obsession with history, ethnicity and national politics. His poetry, written in an uninhibited vernacular style, focused on the 'common and banal' aspects of contemporary life.
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