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Neil Corcoran is Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University of Liverpool. Shakespeare and the Modern Poet was published in 2010 and Poetry and Responsibility will appear shortly.
Neil Corcoran's work featured in PN Review comprises two articles and nine reviews, over a period of 35 years. Also available are four reviews of Neil Corcoran's work.
Review in PN Review 7 (1979) The Labyrinth of Time (David Jones)
Review in PN Review 7 (1979) Crucial Pieces Wanting
Review in PN Review 11 (1980) on Richard Murphy
Review in PN Review 18 (1981) on Tom Paulin, Seamus Heaney, Michael Longley, Andrew Waterman
Review in PN Review 18 (1981) on David Jones Books
Review in PN Review 31 (1983) Heaney criticism
Review in PN Review 35 (1984) on Padraic Fallon
Review in PN Review 37 (1984) on Gregory Schirmer's 'Austin Clarke'
Reviewed by in PN Review 37 (1984)on Neil Corcoran's 'David Jones'
Reviewed by in PN Review 41 (1985)David Jones Criticism
Review in PN Review 64 (1988) on T.S. Eliot
Article in PN Review 101 (1995) The Persistence of David Jones
Reviewed by in PN Review 132 (2000)on Neil Corcoran
Article in PN Review 212 (2013) Hamlet in the Cold War: Zbigniew Herbert's 'Elegy of Fortinbras'
Reviewed by in PN Review 221 (2015)on Neil Corcoran’s Poetry & Responsibility