In a Dublin Suburb, I Revise the Fate of the Heroine

Issue #54
Spring 1991
When the Peep-O-Day Boys were laying fire down in the hay-ricks and seed-barns of their Catholic neighbours, the art of portrait-painting reached its height across the water. The fire caught. The flames cracked and the light showed up the scaffold...

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