Gods Behaving Badly

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She has worked as Poet in Residence with Limerick Co Council Arts Office and is on the organizing committee for Éigse Michael Hartnett Literary & Arts Festival. The florins continued to circulate as 10 pence pieces until 1993 when they were demonetised along with the original 10 pence and were replaced by a smaller coin. With Paul Ferris’s The Collected Letters ( Thomas 2000 ) the vast bulk of Thomas’s nonpoetic writings became available in an accessible, appropriately organized form.

Pages: 288

Publisher: Vintage Canada (October 28, 2008)

ISBN: 0307355934

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