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Joanna Baillie

B. 1762 D. 1851

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Go to thy little senseless play; thou dost not heed my lay. - Joanna Baillie 'A Mother To Her Waking Infant'

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Always use a well sharpened pencil / followed by a good eraser. / Watch the white emerge. - Caroline Caddy, 'Editing the Moon'

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William Empson

B. 1906 D. 1984

It is this deep blankness is the real thing strange./The more things happen to you the more you can't/Tell or remember even what they were. - 'Let it Go', William Empson

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Not Yet Found - Geoffrey Lehmann
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Bookkeeping - Alison Brackenbury
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Explaining Zero Sum from the Snowdrop Hotel - Carole Satyamurti
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