In the Hollow of the Deep Sea Wave

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Language: English

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The 85 poets included are divided (ghettoised, some feel) into four separate editors' sections: Fred D'Agiuar ("Black British Poetry"); Gillian Alnutt ("Quote Feminist Unquote Poetry"); Eric Mottram ("A Treacherous Assault on British Poetry") and Ken Edwards ("Some Younger Poets"). Among the many Irish playwrights to emerge from the Irish Republic, one of the most celebrated is Conor McPherson, whose Olivier Award-winning and internationally acclaimed The Weir (pr. 1998) is a worthy successor to the great dramatic tradition in Ireland.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Bodley Head; First Edition edition (January 1989)

ISBN: 0370312651

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