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found: MacLiammhóir, M. W. B. Yeats and his world, 1971.
found: Her Outside history, 1990: t.p. (Eavan Boland) cover p. 4 (b. Dublin, 1944) Brit. CIP (Boland, Eavan, 1944-)
found: A journey with two maps, 2011: E-Cip t.p. (Eavan Boland) data view (b. in Dublin; prof. and director, Creative Writing Program, Stanford Univ)
found: Randolph, Jody Allen. Eavan Boland, 2013: CIP t.p. (Eavan Boland) data view ("a poet described by one critic as Ireland's "first great woman poet") galley ch. 1 ("The family moved to the United States, where Boland remained there for three years. When she sailed with her family to New York in September 1956, a few days short of her twelfth birthday, Boland's life changed in new and profound ways. Her father's job was the cause of the family's relocation. He had been appointed as Permanent Representative to the United Nations. . . . her parents decided she should return to Dublin. Her mother enrolled her in the Convent of the Holy Child, Killiney, a school with a panoramic view from Dublin Bay to Bray Head . . . just after her fifteenth birthday. . . . it was an isolated and unrooted time in her life. . . . Despite new experiences and new friends, Boland was an outsider and felt like one")