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"Had he lived, it seems likely that [Charles Donnelly's] political internationalism would have evolved, as his comparison of the ordinary magnificence of the Spanish people with those of Achill Island seems to suggest, into a poet’s rather than an activist’s vision of human universality. 'It’s two years since I’ve written verse,' he wrote to Cecil Salkeld two days before leaving for Spain, 'and here I am now writing every day. I only wish I hadn’t wasted the last two years.'" Harry Clifton • Irish Times

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