Collected Poems

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ISBN: 9781915022196
AuthorBardwell, Leland
Pub Date15/11/2022
Publisher: Salmon Poetry
Quick overview The centenary of writer Leland Bardwell’s birth in 1922 provides an opportunity to reassess the importance of a prominent and significant voice in Irish poetry. From a turbulent and restless life lived often on the economic and social margins of the Ireland of the time, her poetic perspective came at a cutting angle, and it is as sharp today as it was when she was writing.
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