Creative Expressions of Untamed Minds: Poems, sonnets, and

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Born September 14, 1883, Gunnersburg, London, England. Contact Marc Janssen (503) 967-6697 or Salem Poetry Project facebook page. Most of her works have been published and translated in several foreign languages. She is know for her short stories and her novels which appeared first as magazine sequels. Created in the darkness of the Great War, Bridges collects a book of lights from the literature of his nation and its allies. She has worked in the Department of Irish Folklore in UCD, and for many years as a curator in the National Library of Ireland.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 2, 2012)

ISBN: 1475151640

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