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Phil. in Creative Writing (Distinction) from Trinity College, Dublin. On art brokerage there are resales of Fred Cuming and Ken Howard paintings plus new sculptures from British Sculptors Damien Rochfort and Carl Longworth. This poignant fairy tale from the modern master of wonder is a bewitching and harrowing story of mystery and survival, memory and magic. Before the rebellion, the Irish people in general still held some faith in Redmond and his Parliamentary Party’s ability to find a political solution.

Pages: 296

Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st edition (August 1985)

ISBN: 031245399X


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