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She received a Literature Bursary from Dublin City Council in 2010 and in was part of the 2009 Poetry Ireland Introduction Series. The the Written Bid Form at the back of this catalogue. discretion as set out in paragraph C3 above, when formed between the seller and the successful bidder. bidder who made the successful bid. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. But the main point is that Ibsen's intensity suits the cinema; and the camera gives one a close up, in the shattering final moments, of the distorted face of Jack Lowden's syphilitic Oswald, which not even the most privileged theatrical spectator could have.

Pages: 158

Publisher: Otago University Press (January 1, 1995)

ISBN: 0908569734

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