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The poets are in the centre of values, cultures, and languages which are hostile to each other. The Country Girls was the first novel written by Irish author Edna O'Brien. A further 247,226 people voted for other parties, most of whom supported the Treaty (although Labour’s 132,570 votes were ambiguous with regard to the Treaty). Candidates who have already studied the Anthology of Contemporary Irish Poetry will be familiar with the idea and concept of people and the environment, and benefit accordingly.

Pages: 223

Publisher: Severn House Publishers; 1 edition (September 1, 2006)

ISBN: 0727864106

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