Thirteen ways of looking at a landscape
The poetic in the work of Tim Robinson
in Unfolding Irish landscapes
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Moya Cannon offers a reading of ‘Orion the Hunter’, a work of short fiction dedicated to Robinson’s late friend John Moriarty. Rather than formulate an argument about Robinson, Cannon’s own poetic sensibilities push her exploration, by way of ‘Orion’, into the ways in which Robinson developed as a cartographer, writer and cultural figure in Ireland.

Unfolding Irish landscapes

Tim Robinson, culture and environment


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