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living lament to a legendary lady

Mary Duniyva

living lament to a legendary lady

tribute to Veronica Guerin

by Mary Duniyva

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Published by [The Author] [[Printed by ColourBooks]] in [Dublin] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Title from cover.

StatementMary Duniyva.
ContributionsDuniyva, Mary, publisher., ColourBooks
The Physical Object
Pagination[8]p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17842557M

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They have depth, personality; they are imperfect and get right inside your heart. As a marine biologist and snorkelling fanatic I'm often in the water, and he had enough Newfoundland in him to know that such an event was always a rescue situation as far as he was concerned The lament is a conventional form of grief poetry, and the reference to "song" in the second line is also traditional for beginnings though more often seen in epic poems than in philosophy, such as The Aeneidor Homer's Iliad.

Queen Guinevere, Sir Lancelot, and the wizard Merlin emerged as key figures in the legend of King Arthur in this and further renditions of the tale.

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The location of Atlantis is alternatively given as somewhere in the Mediterranean Sea or the Atlantic Ocean. He must imagine a speaker, or be visited by the incarnate spirit of Philosophy, in order to carry on a conversation and thus present his "consolation" of philosophical principles in the Platonic dialogue form.

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