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The Silence Came Close free pdf 'The Silence Came Close' continues Kerry Hardie's act of attention to 'the way things are' in places as familiar as Ireland and as new and exotic as the Pyrenees, Eastern Europe, Australia and China.

About Kerry Hardie

'Kerry Hardie writes about the here and now, the everday and the ordinary in an authentic lyric voice. She speaks of God in our secular age without unease or embarrassment. This deeply spiritual book [The Sky Didn't Fall] is deceptively immediate and it yields its mystery and depth in each rereading' -- Judges' citation, Hartnett Award for Poetry 2005 Kerry Hardie was born in 1951 and grew up in County Down. She now lives in County Kilkenny with her husband, the writer Sean Hardie. Her poems have won many prizes. The Gallery Press also publishes A Furious Place (1996), Cry for the Hot Belly (2000) and The Sky Didn't Fall (2003). Her first novel, Hannie Bennet's Winter Marriage appeared in 2000- another, The Bird Woman, is published in August 2006.

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Author : Kerry Hardie
Publisher : The Gallery Press
Data Published : 15 September 2006
ISBN : 1852354089
EAN : 9781852354084
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 80 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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