Deora Nár Caoineadh

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Dedalus, 1996 - Poetry - 79 pages
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No other contemporary Irish poet has dealt so openly with child abuseThese poems evolve from years of research based on interviews with the victims of child abuse and incest. The poetry is tough and uncompromisingly direct, yet develops a lyrical and tender approach that is memorable and deeply touching. Victims, their families, and professionals may find these poems useful. Included as well are some poems whose theme is homelessness.

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