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  1. I was reading your article on Larkin’s “Going, Going”. The text of the poem that you link to has initial caps and strikethrough. Can you instead link to the first page in the series However I noticed a typo in this (“Their kids aree screaming for more”) so you might be better off linking to this text instead:

  2. Re 10 Vict. Novels everyone should read.Suggestio ns/there should B AT Least 1_bk. By
    R .l.Stevenson and A.C.Doyle on there..and..maybe Lady And let’s secret?
    Isa (my name is)hhh

  3. I enjoyed your post on Sylvia Plath’s poetry. I regularly discuss poetry in a colloquial way on my site creative choice; for example here about Plath’s ‘morning song’:

    Let’s celebrate our shared love for language

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