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Encountering the Other

>Language>Place Blog Carnival edition #15: Encountering the Other features the blog entry “The Ghost at the Old Lychgate, St Mary, Berkhamsted” as one of the exhibits. If you have not visited a blog carnival before, take the chance to visit this multinational … Continue reading

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Line length and long lines in “The Ghost at the Old Lychgate”

One of the characteristics of “The Ghost at the Old Lychgate, St Mary, Berkhamsted” is the length of the lines. Long lines have been used to control development of the narrative, the movement of the poetry, the speed of reading … Continue reading

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The Ghost at the Old Lychgate, St Mary, Berkhamstead

The Ghost at the Old Lychgate, St Mary, Berkhamstead Sometimes, when the rice has not been properly swept from the ruddy path And the footprints from each wedding guest scar the surface with erratic scuffs, When the cherry blossom petals, … Continue reading

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