restricted access   Volume 85, Number 4, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

A Note on This Special Issue

pp. 5-7
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Knock and Loughan, and: Loher Fort, Co. Kerry, and: The Day Is a Poem

pp. 9-11
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Nearing Sligo, and: Hy-Brazil, and: Inside Outside

pp. 12-14
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Water from the Well

pp. 14-16
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And Again, and: I Hate to Break It to You But

pp. 16-18
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The Lighthouse

pp. 18-19
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Peach

pp. 20-30
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Travelling Soul Sutra, and: In Glasnevin Cemetery, and: Onward

pp. 31-33
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Enchanted, and: Clear West

pp. 33-35
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Second Home, and: Seaweed

pp. 36-37
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Sea Life in St. Mark's Square, and: Baby Boy, Quaryat al Beri

pp. 37-39
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Drop-off Point, and: The Doll, and: Sacred Bamboo

pp. 39-43
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The Long Corridor

pp. 43-44
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Lacrimae Rerum: A Play in One Act in memory of John Callaghan, chorister, organist, father of a nation

pp. 45-63
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An Eochair / The Key, and: Ó Thuaidh! / Brava!

pp. 64-65
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Rómánsaíocht / Romance, and: Sólás / Solace

p. 66
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Mother Tongue, and: Bog Man, and: Hallowe'en

pp. 67-69
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Wake, and: How to Eat a Quince, and: Welcome to the Shallow End

pp. 69-72
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In the Springtime of Our Awakening, and: Poem for October

pp. 72-74
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A Drop to Warm My Blood

pp. 75-89
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The Intercessions of Saint Ciarán the Elder, and: The Eyes of Saint Lucy

pp. 90-93
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Patrick's Bell, and: Patrick and the Ship

pp. 93-95
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The Last Bard, and: Limbo

pp. 96-98
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Nora prays for peace surely, and: Wesht

pp. 98-100
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From Grace's Day

pp. 101-117
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Why I want to farm goats, and: My Girl

pp. 118-120
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Kikkik

pp. 120-121
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Tongue and Groove, and: Photo on Page Two

pp. 121-123
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A Tale of Workers

pp. 123-125
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After the Congo, and: Heatwave, and: Móin na nGé

pp. 126-128
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True North, and: The New Accord

pp. 128-129
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Use, and: August Is a Man Who Walks Calmly, and: The Outlook

pp. 130-132
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My First Time

pp. 133-145
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Murmurations, and: Another World

pp. 146-148
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A School Full of Hay, and: Cocking Hay

pp. 148-150
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Cicatrix, and: Skinny-dipping, and: Moving On

pp. 151-153
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Beauty Spot, and: Storm over Manhattan

pp. 154-155
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Returns, and: House on the Coast Road

pp. 155-156
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The River Took Me, and: Mary Byrne

pp. 156-157
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Liberty Bell, and: A Ruin in the Midlands, and: Ship in the Night, and: The Ages of Pleasure and Suffering

pp. 157-160
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Sitting Ducks

pp. 161-168
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Conversation with Goethe

pp. 169-170
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Gloss; and: Catch

pp. 171-174
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Tonarana Man, and: The woman who hated washing machines, and: Sea Gull

pp. 175-178
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The Order That She Sees

p. 179
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A Promiscuity of Spines, and: Dragonfly

pp. 180-182
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Believer, and: He Thinks of Windows, and: Gaudete

pp. 182-184
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Review

The Penguin Book of Irish Poetry (review)

pp. 185-190
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 191-196
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Index

Index

pp. 197-200
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