The Descent of Alette (Penguin Poets)

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Some say this treatment took place in Ravenscar, in the house that is now the Ravens Hall Hotel. Diversity in the eyes of a child is different from an adult's perspective. PoetsWest @ The Creekside features one poet and open mic. More than anything else in the world, Raquel believes that little girls can grow up to do amazing things. She was one of the emerging writers chosen to read at the Cork Spring Poetry Festival 2013 as well as the Poetry Ireland Introductions Series 2013, Listowel Writers’ Week 2013, Cuisle International Poetry Festival 2013 and The Bram Stoker Festival 2013.

Pages: 162

Publisher: Penguin Books; Reprint edition (April 1, 1996)

ISBN: B001TMCF06

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