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THIMBLERIG

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Thimblerig

by Annette Skade

ISBN 9781905374373

Paperback: 63 pages

€12 (P+P included)

‘Annette Skade’s Thimblerig centres on the way the material reality of the world exists in a precarious but crucial balance with the tricks and the ‘sleight of hand’ that keep it in being. Generations of women ‘play out the old game’ of life by the same instinct that moves the salmon. These poems of sea and land, of birth and death, face the great issues; but they face them with a wit and matter-of-factness which recognize that, except for luck and chance, they might not have existed at all. The theme is absorbingly sustained throughout this brilliant book.’ – Bernard O’Donoghue

‘There are strong poems rooted in the West Cork landscape; and the sea, aptly, in all its humours, lays a mesmeric soundtrack beneath considerations of luck and fortune and the cosmic joke that creation may well be. Always there is language reaching to say more than the words themselves allow, to transform the quotidian and mirror it back at us as pure magic.’ – Paula Meehan

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