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Poetry Ireland Review issue no. 73, Summer 2002 by Maurice Harmon
Poetry Ireland Review Issue 22
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 8 (Poetry Ireland review)8
Poetry Ireland Review 9 Winter 1983/849
Poetry Ireland Review, 15 (Winter '85/'86) by Terence Brown15
Poetry Ireland Review Issue 1616
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 17 (Poetry Ireland review)17
Poetry Ireland Review 18/19 Spring 198718/19
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 20 (Poetry Ireland review)20
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 21 (Poetry Ireland review)21
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 26 (Poetry Ireland review)26
Poetry Ireland Review No. 28 by Micheal O'Siadhail28
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 29 (Poetry Ireland review)29
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 32 (Poetry Ireland review)32
Poetry Ireland Review 35 by Peter Denman35
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 38 (Poetry Ireland review)38
Poetry Ireland review issue no. 40 (Poetry Ireland review) by Pat Boran40
Poetry Ireland Review issue no. 38, Summer 1993 by Pat Boran42
Poetry Ireland Review #45: The City and Country by Moya Cannon45
Poetry Ireland Review, 50 (Summer 1996) by Michael Longley50
Poetry Ireland Review issue no. 51, Autumn/Fómhar 1996 by Liam Ó Muirthile51
Poetry Review Ireland 52 by Liam O'Muirthile52
POETRY IRELAND REVIEW. ISSUE 53.53
Poetry Ireland Review 58: Autumn 1998 (Poetry Ireland Review) by Catherine Phil MacCarthy58
Poetry Ireland Review issue no. 56, Spring 1998: Sports Pages by Frank Ormsby60
Poetry Ireland Review: No. 61 by Mark Roper61
Poetry Ireland Review, No. 63 (1999) by Mark Roper63
Poetry Ireland Review: Spring 2000 (Issue 64) by Mark Roper64
Poetry Ireland Review Summer 2000 (Issue 65) by Biddy Jenkinson65
Poetry Ireland Review issue no. 68, Spring 2001 by Biddy Jenkinson68
Poetry Ireland Review, Issue no. 71 (Poetry Ireland review)71
Poetry Ireland Review, Issue no. 73 (Poetry Ireland review)73
Terminus by Umberto Fiori75
Poetry Ireland Review: Spring/Summer 2003 (76) by Eva Bourke76
Poetry Ireland Review issue no. 77, Autumn 2003 by Peter Sirr77
POETRY IRELAND REVIEW 79 by Peter Sirr79
Poetry Ireland Review 80: September 2004 by Peter Sirr80
Poetry Ireland Review: No. 83 by Peter Sirr83
Poetry Ireland Review, 84 by Peter Sirr84

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