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The Possession of Amber

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PETER QUARTERMAIN (left) is Professor of English, University of British Columbia, author of Disjunctive Poetics: From Gertrude Stein and Louis Zukofsky to Susan Howe (1992) and Basil Bunting: Poet of the North (1990), and editor of Dictionary of Literary Biography: American Poets, 1880�1945 (1986). No writer in Northern Ireland can escape what are somewhat euphemistically called “the Troubles,” but if the Troubles are largely seen from a male point of view, Christina Reid’s plays offer a valuable corrective.

Pages: 285

Publisher: Univ of Queensland Pr (April 1981)

ISBN: 0702215376

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