Further critical listings on Richard Murphy

[Source: At the time of writing I am searching the Ricorso correspondence for the donor of these listings and would be grateful for a contact from him to clarify my confusion. BS 04.10.2014.]

  • Kim Cheng Boey, ‘Sailing To An Island: Contemporary Irish Poetry visits the Western Isles’, in Shima: The International Journal for Research into Island Cultures,  2 (2008), pp.19-41.
  • Terence Dewsnap, ‘Richard Murphy's ‘Apologia’: The Price of Stone’, in The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies,  22 (1996), pp.71-86.
  • Seamus Heaney, ‘The Poetry of Richard Murphy’, in Irish University Review, 7 (1977), pp.18-30.
  • Declan Kiberd, ‘Richard Murphy and Casement’s Funeral’, in Metre,  10 (2001), pp.135-37 [available at http://metre.ff.cuni.cz/article/618]
  • Thomas Kinsella, ‘For Richard Murphy’, in Metre, 10 (2001), pp.128 [available at http://metre.ff.cuni.cz/article/89]
  • Elsa Meihuzen, ‘Richard Murphy: A Life in Writing’, in Literator, 27 (2006), pp.157-74.
    Christopher Merrill, ‘Nature’s Discipline’, in Metre,  7/8 (2000), pp.210-13 [available at metre.ff.cuni.cz/content/13].
  • Richard Murphy & Shirley Kelly, ‘The Ambition to Write a Poem is Enough to Kill It’, in Books Ireland, 250 (2002), pp.151-52.
  • Bernard O’Donoghue, ‘The Lost Link: Richard Murphy’s Early Poetry’, Metre 10 (2001), pp.138-40 [available at , http://metre.ff.cuni.cz/article/92]
  • Joseph Sendry, ‘The Poet as Builder: Richard Murphy’s The Price of Stone’, in Irish University Review 15 (1985), pp.38-49.
  • Jill Siddall, ‘Grotesquely Free, Though Ruled By Symmetry’, in Metre,  10 (2001), pp.129-34 [available at http://metre.ff.cuni.cz/article/96]
  • Joseph Swann, ‘The Historian, the Critic and the Poet: A Reading of Richard Murphy’s Poetry and Some Questions of Theory’, in The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 16 (1990), pp.33-47.
  • Donald T. Torchiana, ‘Contemporary Irish Poetry’, in Chicago Review,  17 (1964), pp.152-68.
  • Vernon Young, ‘The Body of Man’, in  The Hudson Review, 28 (1975-76), pp.585-600.
Book Reviews
  • Gerald Dawe, ‘In the heart of the coun