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Much of the work of Writers Forum, when it was not Cobbing's own (for instance Lee Harwood's so-called title illegible [1965]), emerged from his regular workshops, and by 1970 Writers Forum had produced 54 titles [note 15]. No wonder that the London Times, within less than three years after, was enabled to say; ‘Law has ridden roughshod through Ireland, it has been taught with bayonet, and interpreted with ruin. This was not music for the Lawrence Welk crowd; this was stuff to drink Guinness by!

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Publisher: Atria Books (May 17, 2005)

ISBN: B000FCK6CK

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