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Jesus and Angela: Poems

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Durcan's reputation as an exciting, complacency-smashing poet has developed rapidly in recent years. His collections are regularly reprinted to keep pace with the demand generated by his electrifying poetry readings around the world. Jesus & Angela, his own revised selection, contains poems originally published in separate books: Jesus, Break His Fail, and Jumping the ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published December 28th 1989 by Blackstaff Pr (first published 1989)
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Durcan was educated at University College, Cork, where he studied archaeology and medieval history. He lives in Dublin.

Awards:
1974: Patrick Kavanagh Award
1989: Irish American Cultural Institute Poetry Award
1990: Irish Times Irish Literature Prize for Poetry (shortlist) for Daddy, Daddy
1990; Whitbread Poetry Award for Daddy, Daddy
1995: Heinemann Award (joint winner)

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