It includes a series of poems which chronicle the experience of women and, in particular, the crosses they are forced to bear.
The book pivots on three extended poems about deaths which the author tries to comprehend — one, a murder; another, an uncle's suicide; and the death of his infant son.
For all these troubles, Eye to Eye embraces windfalls and consolations in a cherished place.
|Publication date||1 Oct 1992|
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Eye to Eye: Peter Fallon
Peter Fallon’s first collection since The News and Weather continues and expands his report from a farming community in the Irish midlands.