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The loss of language and the language of loss

At the Hay Festival last week I listened to two poetry readings, one after the other. Both, coincidentally, talked about the loss of language. Gillian Clarke, the National Poet of Wales, had also experienced the loss of language. Reading some … Continue reading

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