By Sarah Houghton-Walker
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Addressing a ignored element of John Clare's historical past, Sarah Houghton-Walker explores Clare's poetry in the framework of his religion and the non secular context during which he lived. whereas Clare expressed affection for the tested Church and different denominations on a number of events, Houghton-Walker brings jointly an unlimited array of proof to teach that any exploration of Clare's spiritual religion needs to transcend pulpit and chapel.
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