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  • - Belfast Soulscapes
    by Gerald Dawe
    £13.99

  • - Northern Chronicles
    by Gerald Dawe
    £13.99

    Sequel to renowned poet and writer Gerald Dawe's highly acclaimed In Another World: Van Morrison and Belfast.Evocative record of the musical and literary influences that inspired and forged Dawe's awakening as a poet.

  • - Van Morrison & Belfast
    by Gerald Dawe
    £9.99

    In Another World is a unique trip through Belfast, mapped into the mystic through the timeless music of Van 'the Man' Morrison. The aptly soulful and inventive prose stems from the electric wit of acclaimed poet and fellow Belfast man, Gerald Dawe.Struck by the extraordinary brand of rhythm and blues that was Morrison's brainchild, Dawe's book is a celebration of the inspirations that underlie Morrison's music. Silhouetted in the work is Belfast, moody and vibrant, and the formative influence of the pre-Troubles northern capital on Morrison's musical direction.Dawe's writing transmutes the tender and unforgettable strains of Morrison's work, from the release in 1968 of Astral Weeks to the publication in 2014 of Lit Up Inside: Selected Lyrics. A powerful tribute to mark Van Morrison's accomplishments, In Another World taps into his legacy's eclectic soul and is kin to its enchantments.

  • - Essays on Cultural Belonging & Protestantism in Northern Ireland
    by Gerald Dawe
    £17.49

  • - Views and Interviews
    by Gerald Dawe
    £10.99

  • - Collected Criticism-Ireland, Poetry, Politics
    by Gerald Dawe
    £23.99

    This collection of essays and reviews by one of Ireland's leading poets and critics moves from assessments of the work of individual poets' work to explorations of broader themes and topics in Irish cultural history.

  • - An Anthology of Irish War Poetry 1914-45
    by Gerald Dawe
    £9.99

    From the upheaval of the 1916 Rising to the Spanish Civil War, to the horrors of WW2, Earth Voices Whispering gathers together a wide range of voices that charts the human experience of war. Featuring AE, W.B Yeats, Seamus Heaney, Derek Mahon and many more.

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