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Cover charge $5. 21+ with ID required at the door. She was also active in the Woman�s Art Association of Canada where she served as President in 1899. Previous poetry includes The Cello Suites (Lagan Press 2009), which has been recorded with an original score composed and played by the cellist Tom Hughes. The daughter of a diplomat and a painter, Boland spent her girlhood in London and New York, returning to Ireland to attend secondary school in Killiney and later university at Trinity College in Dublin.

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Publisher: Hobblebush Books; First edition (October 15, 2013)

ISBN: 1939449014

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