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Dublin Review 27 Summer 2007

Dublin Review 27 Summer 2007
Contains more of the writing from Ireland and elsewhere: essays, criticism, fiction and reportage.
Our Price: €6.60
ISBN/EAN9781843511106
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Publisher: The Lilliput Press Ltd
Pub. Date: June 1 2007
Format: Paperback
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The twenty-seventh quarterly instalment of "The Dublin Review" contains more of the best new writing from Ireland and elsewhere: essays, criticism, fiction and reportage. Issue number 27, appearing in early June, includes: Colin Murphy on the life and death of Ireland's sugar industry; the wildlife of New York: Kathleen Jamie; Vona Groarke on leaving the South; 'Just throwing them meat': Greg Baxter on what writers should really be doing; Brian Dillon on the incomparable films of Tacita Dean; the disgrace of E.M. Cioran: David Wheatley; and a story by Fergus Allen.
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