Thomas McCarthy 
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The Land is not settled angleščina

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I heard the Cuckoo angleščina

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Chalking the road angleščina

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Petrichor angleščina

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At Ink Level, the sea angleščina

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The last architect in the irish public service angleščina

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Thinking of my father in the musée Picasso angleščina

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The Fiction, The Sea angleščina

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While you sleep angleščina

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Thomas McCarthy 
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* 06.03.1954, Cappoquin, Irska
živi v: Cork, Irska

Thomas McCarthy was born in 1954 in Cappoquin/ Ireland. He is a poet, novelist and literary critic.

He attended the University College Cork. There he took, inspired by John Montague, part in the revival of literary activities. 1978/1979 he was a Fellow of the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa.

In the publishing Anvil Press Poetry, London, he has published seven volumes of poetry, including 'The Sorrow Garden', “The Lost Province”, “Mr Dineen’s Careful Parade”, “The Last Geraldine Officer” and “Merchant Prince”. McCarthy has also published two novels, 'Without Power' and 'Asya and Christine.' In 1977 he won the Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award.

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  • The First Convention

    Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1978

  • The Sorrow Garden

    London: Anvil Press Poetry, 1981

  • The Non-Aligned Storyteller

    London: Anvil Press Poetry, 1984

  • Seven Winters in Paris

    London: Anvil Press Poetry, 1989

  • Without Power

    Dublin: Poolbeg Press, 1990

  • Asya and Christine

    Dublin: Poolbeg Press, 1993

  • The Lost Province

    London: Anvil Press Poetry, 1996

  • The Garden of Remembrances

    Dublin: New Island Books, 1998

  • Mr Dineen’s Careful Parade: New and Selected Poems

    London: Anvil Press Poetry, 1999

  • Merchant Prince

    London: Anvil Press Poetry, 2005

  • The Last Geraldine Officer

    London: Anvil Press Poetry, 2009

Nagrade
  • 1977 Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award