The Tinner's Daughter

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J., “Cultural Change and Theology in Ireland”, Studies, 88 (1999), p. 371-380. 23In societies like Ireland, secularization means that the historic dominant religion, one that helped to define national identity, loses its monopolized position in society 56. Clodagh Moynan (Irish Writers’ Centre, 2013), The Hippocrates Prize Anthology, (The Hippocrates Press, 2013), Leaving Certificate Higher Level English Course Papers, (Educate.ie, 2014); She received the Listowel Writer’s Week Poetry Collection Prize in 2014 and has won a number of other prizes including Trocaire/Poetry Ireland Competition (2014), Poems for Patience (2013), iYeats (2010), Listowel Writers Week (2007).

Pages: 352

Publisher: Orion (September 1999)

ISBN: 075282760X

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