A Month in the Country (Penguin Modern Classics)

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Her poems have appeared in magazines in the US, UK, and Ireland, including nthposition, Burning Bush II, Abridged, and The Irish Left Review. Soldiers were alleged to have killed 15 unarmed men in North King Street near the Four Courts during intense gun battles there on 28th and 29th April. As the civil rights movement of the United States gained worldwide acknowledgement, Catholics rallied together to achieve a similar socio-political recognition. At a time when childhood itself is coming under increasing pressure from society, in both real and virtual arenas, Monarchi’s Photo50 exhibition will highlight the work of photographers who explore this path through adolescence today.

Pages: 116

Publisher: Penguin; New Ed edition (December 1, 2011)

ISBN: B0069YVWWG

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