Ralph Rashleigh (Imprint Classics)

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English immigration remained low in the first four decades of the century, averaging about six percent of the total number of people from Europe. Her first published volume was highly praised by Yeats. McNicholl, the Proclamation of 1916 is inscribed on the wall in both Irish and English. Though often associated with the Beat poets, she would more accurately be considered one of the predecessors of the Beat Generation. Radiocarbon dating suggests that work continued at Stonehenge until roughly 1600 B.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Harpercollins (November 1993)

ISBN: 0207176159

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