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Capturing David Niven on a magical marble escalator to heaven in 1946, recording L. S. Lowry's studio after his death, and peering into the illicit worlds of the Victorian Mutoscope, these poems document what is caught, and what is lost, when houses and cityscapes, servants and saboteurs are arrested in time by photography. Assured and unsettling, Sinéad Morrissey's poems explore the paradoxes in what is seen, read, and misread in the surfaces of the presented world.
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