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Copy of Understanding of Seamus Heaney’s Death of Naturalist
Transcript of Copy of Understanding of Seamus Heaney’s Death of Naturalist
Identity & Relationships In the poem Twice Shy, Seamus Heaney describes a walk taken by lovers on a lovely spring evening. Heaney describes both the relationship between the lovers themselves and the lovers and their environment. The poem digging is about Heaney’s search for identity and his dealing of not fitting into his families’ way of life. He constantly compares the men in his family and their skills in farming to himself.
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