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Table of Contents
|Introduction: Clare and community|
|Brother Bards and Fellow Labourers|
|Great expectations: Clare, Chatterton and becoming a poet|
|'Three cheers for mute ingloriousness!': Clare and eighteenth-century poetry|
|Junkets and Clarissimus: the Clare-Keats dialogue|
|'Neighbour John': Bloomfield, companionship and isolation|
|Representing Rural Life|
|Enclosure and the poetry of protest|
|The bird's nest poems, protection and violation|
|Festive ritual and folk narrative|
|Storytellings: 'old womens memorys'|
|Conclusion: community and solitude|
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