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Brian Cleeve

An English writer of spiritually-themed books and poetry, he’s most widely known for well-known works like the Far Hillsides, Cry of Morning hours, and Tread Softly with this Place. His radio and tv screenplays are the Voodoo Dancer, Leave from Prague, and Return. He began posting his poetry in his senior high school newspapers. He released his first book, The Far Hillsides, in 1952. In 1942, he changed into Roman Catholicism. He wedded Veronica McAdie simply three weeks after achieving her. He was created in Essex, Britain, and he later on relocated to Dublin, Ireland. He received an award for his documentary film, which centered on the life span of Irish poet Francis Ledwidge.

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