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The Wild Pupil

The Wild Pupil Kathy D'Arcy Cover

The Wild Pupil

by Kathy D’Arcy


ISBN 9781905374328

Paperback: 62 pages

€12.00 (+PP)


Prise for The Wild Pupil:

“I have been struck by two things in particular…the absolute clarity of the style (use of language, handling of syntax, tone, achievement of shape)… and the fascinating concentration on a particular subject… the medical, physical, anatomical, surgical… something most people cannot handle.”
Maurice Harmon

D’Arcy’s medical background comes into play in this, her second collection.  Sundry body parts and medical complaints are handled in a pithy, witty style, balanced by a serious undercurrent and a clarity that rinses her words.”
Jean O’ Brien

“These are sensuous, tragic and edgy poems; and, without doubt, among the best poems I have read in years.”
Thomas McCarthy