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Art of Dying

Art of Dying
Adam Wyeth lives in Dublin. His work appears in several anthologies including The Forward Prize Anthology (2012 Faber), The Best of Irish Poetry (Southword 2010) and The Arvon 25th Anniversary Anthology. He was also selected as a Poetry Ireland Review Rising generation poet.
Our Price: €12.00
ISBN/EAN9781910669594
Stock: -1
Publisher: Salmon Poetry
Pub. Date: January 1 2017
Author: WYETH, ADAM
Format: Paperback
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