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Eavan Boland

eavan boland’s most recent volume of poetry A Woman Without a Country is published this autumn by Carcanet Press and W.W. Norton. She is the Mabury Knapp Professor in the Humanities at Stanford University.

Eavan Boland's work featured in PN Review comprises three reports, 13 contributions of poetry, 20 articles, one interview, and 10 reviews, over a period of 32 years. Also available are six reviews of Eavan Boland's work and two interviews with Eavan Boland.
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