John Clare: The Critical Heritage

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Acknowledgments

I should like to thank the following for permission to reprint copyright material:

G. Bell and Sons, Ltd for C. H. Herford, The Age of Wordsworth; Basil Blackwell and Mott Ltd for an article by Alan Porter in Oxford Outlook; Mr Edmund Blunden for Votive Tablets; Cambridge University Press for Hugh Walker, The Literature of the Victorian Era; the Clarendon Press, Oxford for C. C. Abbott, ed., The Life and Letters of George Darley, for an article by Leslie Stephen in Dictionary of National Biography, for Arthur Symons, the Introduction to Selected Poems of John Clare, and for an article by J. W. R. Purser in Review of English Studies; Cornell University Press for Harold Bloom, The Visionary Company: A Reading of English Romantic Poetry; the Daily Telegraph and Morning Post for an article by Edmund Blunden; J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd for E. V. Lucas, ed., The Letters of Charles and Mary Lamb; Mr Geoffrey Grigson for the Introduction to Selected Poems of John Clare; William Heinemann Ltd for Maurice Hewlett, Last Essays, and for Edmund Gosse, Silhouettes; the Hudson Review for an article by Robert Graves (from the Hudson Review, vol. viii, no. I, spring 1955); Mr Thomas Moult for an article in the English Review; the New Statesman for articles by H. J. Massingham, Robert Lynd, Percy Lubbock, Naomi Lewis, and Donald Davie in the Athenaeum, Nation, Nation and Athenaeum, and the New Statesman; the Northamptonshire Record Society, Sir Gyles Isham, and the author for an article by Robert Shaw in Northamptonshire Past and Present; the Observer and Mr Raglan Squire for an article by J. C. Squire; Oxford University Press for R. George Thomas, ed., Letters from Edward Thomas to Gordon Bottomley; A. D. Peters and Company, and the author, for Edmund Blunden, Nature in English Literature, and for Maurice Hewlett, Wiltshire Essays; Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd for W. K. Richmond, Poetry and the People, and for J. W. and Anne Tibble, eds, The Letters of John Clare (and Barnes & Noble Inc. ); the Poetry Society for an article by Samuel Looker in the Poetry Review; the Society of Authors as the literary representative of the Estate of John Middleton Murry for John Clare and Other Studies, and as the literary representative of the Estate of H. J. Massingham for

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