Games Men Play

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Perhaps the most important Dance-Pop sensation of the new millennium for Britain. Her first collection, Liffey Swim, was published by Dedalus Press in 2014. She also uses gently flashing lights to draw the viewer's attention to a piece and then momentarily divert it from the fibres to the lights themselves. Our world was strange because it had no future, She was America-bound at Summer's end. Its failure to anticipate the Rising destroyed the credibility of the Irish executive of Augustine Birrell and Matthew Nathan.

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Publisher: Xpress (December 11, 2003)

ISBN: 190293427X

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