Obituary: Anthony Cronin was the definitive chronicler of post-war literary Dublin
Poet, writer, man of letters and public intellectual, 1928-2016
Poet and writer Anthony Cronin, who has died aged 88, was one of Ireland's leading men of letters.
He was widely admired for his brilliant mind and the precision of his thinking.
Cronin primarily saw himself as a poet but was highly accomplished in every area of literary endeavour.
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