Harbour Lights

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Gallery Press, 2005 - Poetry - 77 pages
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When one of the finest contemporary poets produces a new collection containing some of his finest work our response is one of exhilaration and gratitude. the author's resolution to study clouds and their formation and his concentration on "the real thing" affirm aesthetic values in a violent time. Remembering lives in a former life and celebrating the redemptive power of women, his work is unique in its verve and fluency. Harbour Lights is an act of faith, and a triumph.

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About the author (2005)

Mahon was born in Belfast. A journalist, screenwriter, and theater critic, he has published several works of poetry. He is a member of the Royal Society of Literature and has won many awards, including the Lannan Award and the C. K. Scott-Moncrieff Translation Prize.

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