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Commander-in-Chief Michael Collins was killed in an ambush by anti-treaty Republicans at Béal na mBláth, near his home in County Cork, in August 1922. The interesting thing is poetry in English, whatever its port of origin: I happily read Australian poets, Canadians, Americans, Brits, Irish - there's a difference of tone I grant you, but not much more." Inasmuch as it has a politics, it is on the reactionary side, with the God-fearing elders putting the young rebellious pagans to rights, but it is more remembered now for its disturbing imagery.

Pages: 368

Publisher: Exciting Press (May 12, 2012)

ISBN: B0082ZROCW

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