Patrick Kavanagh, the great rural poet, was born in County Monaghan in 1905 and died in Dublin in 1967. His life was spent almost equally between the two places. On this record he speaks of his life in Dublin and reads selections from his poetry.
1. Autobiographical Prose, Introduced by a song 'If ever you go to Dublin Town'
2. The Same Again
4. Narcissus and the Woman
6. God in Woman
7. Kerr's Ass
9. The Hospital
10. On The Death of Jim Larkin
11. Extract From 'The Great Hunger'
12. Living in the Country; Part One
13. Dear Folks
14. I Learned, I Learned
15. About Reason, Maybe
16. To Hell With Commonsense
18. Come Dance With Kitty Stobling
20. Having Confessed
Recorded in Ireland by an Comhlacht Taifeadadh Tta, for Claddagh Records.
Produced and edited by Proinsias Mac Aonghusa.