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In 1879, the blight returned in force bringing the possibility of renewed starvation and further evictions in the west of Ireland. These changes, while most dramatic in some parts of the developing world where liberation theology attempted to remove the Church from supernatural concerns, have not been as evident in the Irish Church. Signature poem: ‘Belfast Confetti’, from 1987’s The Irish for No, is pure Carson: MacNeice’s influence shines through in this postmodern take on urban chaos during the Troubles.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Kensington (May 1, 2004)

ISBN: 0758203896

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