Lays of an Ulster paradise and other poems.

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Published by Irish News in Belfast .

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The majority of these verses have appeared previously in The Irish News.

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ContributionsIrish News (Belfast),
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Number of Pages168
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The image most unique in his work is that of maze. This image has been used again and again throughout the poem and such an example is,”like the tangled curls of Eve’s hair” such use of imagery enhances imagination in the readers mind throughout the poem.

In a way Milton offers us a way in which to.

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