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Charades

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Whatever these grand concepts might mean (Robert Musil called them "luminously vacuous"), in one aspect of their existence they are all subsumed under the concept of established centralised tradition. In 2015 she was selected for the Poetry Ireland Introductions Series. A deserved Oscar for the stunning camera-work of Guy Green and another for John Bryan and Wilfred Shingleton for Art Direction and Set Decoration.

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Publisher: Univ of Queensland Pr; Reprint edition (July 1995)

ISBN: 0702221988

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