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"Perhaps, as our poets get older, and bodies let them, and us, down, such sequences become more prevalent: Jo Shapcott, Julia Darling and Carol Rumens have written about this from the female point of view. O’Neill, always conscious of his context within a family, writes with the sensitivity we’ve come to expect from him about the effect his own cancer diagnosis has on, not only him, but on those closest to him." Ian Pople The Manchester Review


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