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  1. An Irish CamusCompelling and true account of an Irish poet and novelist's belief that to create and be original he should not only take no heed of the norm but even take measures to place himself beyond the pale. Known to Yates (who appears in the book) as the Dunce who married Maud Gonn's daughter, the promising young poet H finds himself incarcerated by the new Irish Free State as an Irregular during the War of Independence. Interred in the Curragh he writes his first novel. Feeling familial r [...]

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