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"Although they are less explicitly concerned with nationhood than MacDiarmid, between them John Burnside and Jen Hadfield name a remarkable range of Scottish spaces, flora and fauna. The poems inhabit moors, cliffs, fields, shores, woods and edgelands, all touched by modernity in the form of quad bikes, turbines and mobile-phone signals." Matthew Sperling • New Statesman


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