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Ian HP Rocks of Bawn - Meaning? (132* d) RE: ROCKS OF BAWN - MEANING? 11 Sep 98


Thanks for contributions so far, folks. It seems to me that "to plough the rocks of Bawn" is to do the impossible. The impossibility of ploughing rocks seems to be a metaphor for getting justice, getting things to come right. But does it go deeper, is there more to it than that? Am I on the right track?


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