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I don't think that there is one true bearer of Irishness. In 1966 she ran unsuccessfully as a candidate for provincial election in Quebec for the Rassemblement pour l�independence Nationals in the Westmount area of Montreal. He might just be the hardest-working writer in publishing. She sold her grain in the open market and was a critic of privately controlled grain-marketing systems. How did two women separated by a hundred years create a new poetry? Can you name the top 10 best female poets?

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