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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('DUVAL, ANJELA The poet Anjela Duval (190581) spent her life on the smallholding where she was born in Traon an Dour, Ar C’houerc’had (LeVieux Marche), in northern Brittany (Breizh). Communion with nature permeates her work.\n \nAnjela Duval turned to poetry at the age of 56: ‘My beloved parents died in turn of old age, and one day I found myself alone in my home. And alone in winter by&nbsp;the fire after supper, instead of singing I just pined, my heart full of grief (Kan an&nbsp;Douar 64).\n \nIn 1961, she received a valuable gift of books and journals containing most Breton writing since the 1920s. The corpus included creative works, dictionaries,&nbsp;and grammars, largely products of the Gwalarn school whose founder Roparz&nbsp;Hemon was exiled in Ireland. The marriage of popular idiom to the substance of&nbsp;the written word, fuelled by an immense need for personal expression, then resulted&nbsp;in a unique body of work that continues to inspire the Breton language movement.\n \nTwin ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('DUVAL, ANJELA The poet Anjela Duval (190581) spent her life on the smallholding where she was born in Traon an Dour, Ar C’houerc’had (LeVieux Marche), in northern Brittany (Breizh). Communion with nature permeates her work.\n \nAnjela Duval turned to poetry at the age of 56: ‘My beloved parents died in turn of old age, and one day I found myself alone in my home. And alone in winter by&nbsp;the fire after supper, instead of singing I just pined, my heart full of grief (Kan an&nbsp;Douar 64).\n \nIn 1961, she received a valuable gift of books and journals containing most Breton writing since the 1920s. The corpus included creative works, dictionaries,&nbsp;and grammars, largely products of the Gwalarn school whose founder Roparz&nbsp;Hemon was exiled in Ireland. The marriage of popular idiom to the substance of&nbsp;the written word, fuelled by an immense need for personal expression, then resulted&nbsp;in a unique body of work that continues to inspire the Breton language movement.\n \nTwin ') AND id != 50205 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-03-21 12:42:49' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5