I’m pleased to see the Irish Examiner editorializing in favor of greater rights for unmarried Irish fathers (Irish Examiner, 3/7/19). The piece begins with a trenchant quotation from Irish poet Seamus Heaney, who, when he was awarded the Nobel Prize for poetry, was wryly dubbed “Famous Seamus” by his friends.
Heaney’s poem honors his father and connects his farm labor with the poet’s own poetic labors. Both men “dig.” Given the value of fathers to children, the Examiner then poses the important question,
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