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Austin Clarke

Irish poet and author most widely known for incorporating Gaelic poetic devices into English-language poetry. His poetic functions include Ancient Lighting, Tiresias, and Mnemosyne Place in Dirt. He was created in Dublin, Ireland and researched at University University, Dublin. He co-founded the Lyric Theater Company, that he wrote many verse has. He suffered a significant emotional breakdown just times after marrying his initial wife, Cornelia Cummins. After Cummins’ loss of life, Clarke gladly remarried Norah Esmerelda Patricia Walker, with whom he previously three kids. Clarke’s early poetry was deeply inspired by the task of William Butler Yeats, and he had become regarded as one of the biggest Irish poets in the era following Yeats.

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