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(1983), a long poem sequence by Brendan Kennelly which sets the figure of Oliver Cromwell, as he appears in folklore, history, and Irish racial hatred, against the character of Buffún, a version of the Irish upstarts from Pairlement Chlainne Tomáis.


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Brendan Kennelly (b. 1936)