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by Paul Durcan

  • Author: Paul Durcan
  • ISBN: 0906897416
  • ISBN13: 978-0906897416
  • ePub: 1779 kb | FB2: 1850 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Raven Arts Press (1982)
  • Pages: 24
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Ark of the North (Raven long poem series) ePub download

Title: Raven long poem series. General Note: "For Francis Stuart on his eightieth birthday, April 28, 1982" Cover. Download book Ark of the North, Paul Durcan.

Title: Raven long poem series. Personal Name: Stuart, Francis, 1902-2000. Download Ark of the North Paul Durcan.

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Published 1982 by Raven Arts Press in Dublin. Raven long poem series. For Francis Stuart on his eightieth birthday, April 28, 1982"-Cover.

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Dublin, Raven Arts Press, 1980. Ark of the North Durcan laid bare the punctured flesh of relationships. Dublin, Raven Arts Press, 1982. Paul Durcan has emerged as the most dynamic, distinctive, and urgent voice in contemporary Irish poetry. His voice has become so rooted in southern Irish experience that one forgets his years of exile and obscurity. Durcan laid bare the punctured flesh of relationships. The poems were full of the energy of human conflict, an energy of integrity because of the poet's self-loathing and defense of the beloved. This exposure of the purely personal-personal suffering without the camouflage of myth or evasiveness of metaphor-was new in Irish poetry.

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