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See Gorji, "Burying Bloomfield: Poetical Remains and 'the Unlettered Muse,'" in Robert Bloomfield: Lyric, Class, and the Romantic Canon (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2000), 244; and Brownlow, John Clare and the Picturesque Landscape (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983), 66.
it was a peculiar feature of the revival of interest in regional and working-class Romantic poetry that it led to much greater interest not in Burns ['a writer with a global network of support and celebration'], but in John Clare, an English poet from a heartland county, Northamptonshire.
Dickens the visitor of asylums, a writer with an intense and profound interest in insanity and in the care of the mentally ill, would surely have known the case of John Clare.
There are plenty of poems which would be easily learned by heart, something which Ted Hughes advocated all his life, such as 'Little Trotty Wagtail' by John Clare and 'Ladybird
Veteran retailer and former boss at Dixons Retail John Clare, who has been appointed chairman of Comet, recently met with suppliers to secure their support after trade credit insurers placed Comet under review.
One of the most renowned poets of the English countryside, John Clare was born in 1793, in the village of Helpston a few miles outside the culturally expanding city of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire.
British insurer Amlin (LON:AML) said Wednesday its unit Amlin Corporate Services has closed a deal to purchase J R Clare Underwriting Agencies (JCUA) from founder and managing director John Clare, without unveiling the purchase price.
Last month the retailer issued a profit warning and also shook up its board, with chairman John Clare and chief financial officer Lawrence Coppock stepping down to be replaced by Mike McTighe, a former Cable & Wireless executive and restructuring expert, and Dave Williams, ex-finance director of discount retailer TJ Hughes.
Furthermore, the board revealed John Clare has stepped down as chairman.
They include works by brooding wordsmith Thomas Hardy and the father of nature writing, John Clare.
But areas such as East Yorkshire, North Wales and northern Scotland have seen a decline recently and John Clare, of the RSPB, warned: "They are not out of danger yet.
He is expected to step into his new job in September, when current DSG chief executive John Clare stands down after 13 years at the helm.