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"He starts off with a disarming anecdote about the poet D.J. Enright, who told him that he had once gone to give a reading and taken ten of his latest books with him to sell, which he laid out on a table. He then held a reading, which went marvellously, 'the audience laughed and wept and all the rest of it.'. He went back to the table of his books with anticipatory pleasure: there were eleven." Kit Toda on Mark Ford • The Literateur

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