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Goodridge, J (1993)
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    • Methuen, 1982), p. 295.
    • See The Letters of John Clare, ed. Mark Storey (Oxford: Clarendon, 1985), pp.
    • 654-84, passim. These quotations are from pp. 654, 661, 657, 661, and 657
    • The Letters of John Clare, ed. Mark Storey (Oxford, 1985), pp. 537-8 and 545;
    • Robert Southey, The Lives of the Uneducated Poets [1831], ed. J.S. Childers
    • (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1925), p. 3; John Clare, The Midsummer
    • Ashington: Mid-Northumberland Arts Group, 1990), p. 122
    • 1930), p. xv.
    • The Letters of John Clare, ed. Mark Storey (Oxford: Clarendon, 1985), p. 3.
    • The Letters of John Clare, ed. Mark Storey (Oxford, 1985), p. 172. Clare's
    • Chatterton/Keats/Bloomfield tombstone drawing, which is in PMS A17, is
    • printed, 1973), p. 3 .
    • [15] John Davis, The Life of Thomas Chatterton (London: Thomas Tegg, 1806); George Gregory, 'The Life of Thomas Chatterton' in The Works of Thomas Chatterton, ed. Robert Southey and Joseph Cottle (London: Longman and Rees, 1803), three volumes, Vol. I, pp. i-clx; 'John Dix' [= George Spencer Phillips, c. 1800-1865], The Life of Thomas Chatterton (London: Hamilton Adams & Co, 1837); Robert Southey, Specimens of the Later English Poets (London, 1807), three volumes. Southey's comments on Chatterton are in Vol. II, p. 420: he calls Chatterton's suicide 'innocent', refers to his 'hunger', violently objects to the charge of forgery, and generally conforms to Meyerstein's caricature of 'sentimental Chatterton'. This collection is in Clare's library, though the acquisition date is not known: see [David Powell], Catalogue of the John Clare Collection in the Northampton Public Library (Northampton: Northampton Public Libraries, 1964), Item 366.
    • [18] Clare's biographers are all fairly slippery about chronology and dating; my summary of 1823-4 is collated from information in June Wilson, Green Shadows: the Life of John Clare (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1951), pp. 118-150; J.W and Anne Tibble, John Clare, a Life (London: Michael Joseph, 1972), pp. 169-220; and Edward Storey, A Right to Song: the Life of John Clare (London: Methuen, 1982), pp. 183-91.
    • [19] John Clare, The Oxford Authors: John Clare, ed. Eric Robinson and David Powell (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984), p 126. In her edition of Clare's Natural History Prose Writings Grainger, p. 178n2, also notes that 'Pied daisies, kynge-coppes' occur at l. 112 of Aella. Clare also quotes line 6 of 'Songe to Aella' in his 'Natural History Letter III' as evidence of remembering poets when one sees flowers (celandine for Wordsworth; daisy for Burns; and 'taller buttercup' for Chatterton). See the Grainger edition, p. 41.
    • [20] Mark Storey, The Poetry of John Clare: a Critical Introduction (London: Macmillan, 1974), pp. 119-20, 212n17; Chatterton, Complete Works, ed. Donald S. Taylor (Oxford: Clarendon, 1971, pp. 583-4)
    • [21] 'The Village Minstrel', Verse 97, in The Early Poems of John Clare, ed. Robinson, Powell and Grainger (Oxford: Clarendon, 1989), II, p. 161; 'Aella', lines 356-7 and 364, in The Complete Works of Thomas Chatterton, ed. Taylor (Oxford: Clarendon, 1971), p. 188.
    • [22] See The Letters of John Clare, ed Mark Storey (Oxford: Clarendon, 1985), pp. 196-8 and 196n2; Edward Storey, A Right to Song: the Life of John Clare (London: Methuen, 1982), p. 182; J.W. and Anne Tibble, A Life of John Clare (London: Michael Joseph. 1972), p. 125.
    • [23] John Clare, Cottage Tales, ed. Eric Robinson, David Powell and P.M.S. Dawson (Manchester: Carcanet, and Ashington: Mid-Northumberland Arts Group, 1993), 'Introduction', p. xi. 'Edmund & Hellen A Story of Love' is in Clare's Early Poems, II, 549-76.
    • [25] John and Anne Tibble, John Clare, His Life and Work (London: Heinemann, 1956), pp. 127-9; Chatterton, Works, pp. 67 ('Explayneals' is glossed by Taylor as 'explanations, supplements'); John Clare, The Prose of John Clare, ed. J.W. and Anne Tibble (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1951), pp. 234-6
    • [26] Chatterton, Complete Works, ed. Taylor (Oxford: Clarendon, 1971), pp. 56-7; Clare, Letters, ed. Storey (Oxford: Clarendon, 1985), pp. 335, 335n, 341.
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