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Bed Rest CD

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To what the Pogues were in the UK, Flogging Molly is in the USA. Gerard O'Donovan selects his six favourite Irish crime books of recent years. Generalisation about such (often nebulous) groups is fraught with difficulties, but it nevertheless holds that in each case the typical poem is a closed, monolineal utterance, demanding little of the reader but passive consumption. Paul Christensen. "Struggling to Be a Courtier: the Poetry of Richard Wilbur."

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Publisher: HarperAudio; Unabridged edition (April 25, 2006)

ISBN: 0061127930

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