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Birthday Letters
RRP*: $24.99
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9780571194735
Pages
208
Dimensions
129 x 198 x 0mm
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Description

'To read [Birthday Letters] is to experience the psychic equivalent of "the bends'. It takes you down to levels of pressure where the undertruths of sadness and endurance leave you gasping...The book's contents are unfailingly interesting, but what makes Birthday Letters a poetic as opposed to a publishing landmark is the valency of the poetry itself...The poems give the impression of utterance, avalanching towards vision.' Seamus Heaney, Irish Times
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