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By Ann Hawkshaw

‘The gathered Works of Ann Hawkshaw’ brings jointly Hawkshaw’s 4 volumes of poetry and republishes them for the 1st time. Debbie Bark’s biography, creation and notes spotlight Hawkshaw’s most vital poems and suggest connections with extra canonical works along which her writing may be productively seen. Hawkshaw’s writings were principally ignored because the early 20th century, yet this new quantity reaffirms their skill to provide an excellent perception into the altering political and spiritual panorama of the Victorian period.

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