â€œDon Marcelinoâ€™s Daughter contains pieces which are observantly compassionate, sympathetically sensitive and even portentous, where the reader continues to be assailed by the poemâ€™s acidulated precipitation long after a first perusal.â€
The Times Literary Supplement
â€œTim Cunningham is at his best rewriting myths and parables . . . .Â Heâ€™s also at his best when his quirky imagination takes off from the documentation of actuality. . . .Â Â I liked these, often shorter, poems, and the book adds up to a good sense of the co-existence of past and present.â€
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