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"'My nerves vibrate very readily,' Hardy explained. 'My will to believe is perfect.' It's easy to see why the Poems of 1912–13 make such wide and imaginative use of haunting as a motif, especially for a poet who wants so badly to be haunted." Jeremy Axelrod on Thomas Hardy • Poetry

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