Kissing a Bone

Dooley, Maura. 1996. Kissing a Bone. Bloodaxe. ISBN 978-1852243739 [Book]

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British poet Maura Dooley has won wide acclaim for her poems embracing both lyricism and political consciousness. Her focus has broadened in Kissing A Bone, her second collection. In a landscape stretching from Tranquillity Base to Crossmaglen, via the Northern Line and the Berlin Wall, memory and photography, love and death, are captured through the imperfect lens of history.

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English and Comparative Literature



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01 Sep 2015 10:57

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23 Jun 2017 15:47


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