The great Seamus Heaney, considered by Robert Lowell the finest Irish poet since William Butler Yeats, died this week at age 74.
The Boston Globe gave him a front-page below the fold appreciation by Kevin Cullen . . .
. . . and a major obituary by Joseph P. Kahn.
Not to mention this Globe ave-atque-editorial:
The Boston Herald?
The hard reading staff will check out the Sunday Herald, but we’re cautiously pessimistic.