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Rambling over the Orison

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"...world's end was at the edge of the orison & that a days journey was able to find it so I went on with my heart full of hopes pleasures & discoveries … ' [sic]. JOHN CLARE? Relatively little known poet, 1793 - 1864, son of farm labourers in rural Northamptonshire, partly educated, and later fêted for his prose and poetry. Clare's work was distinguished by his use of Northamptonshire dialect and phrases, and his refusal to obey the increasing contemporary ..." Read review
22.01.2007

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