Resources for Teachers
Listen back to On Elizabeth Bishop
Listen to author Colm Tóibín and Dr Pádraic Whyte (assistant professor of English at Trinity College Dublin) discuss On Elizabeth Bishop, Colm Tóibín’s exquisite introduction to the work and life of one of his most important literary influences: the American poet Elizabeth Bishop, whose work is featured in the Leaving Certificate English curriculum.
A selection of Elizabeth Bishop's poems are also read by Cathy Belton, one of Ireland’s best-known actors, known for her stage and film work as well as for her current role in the television series Red Rock.
Recorded live on Friday 16 October, 6.30pm at the Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin.
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DÓCHAS Code of Conduct
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