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Probable impossibilities / Tessa Ransford.

By: Ransford, Tessa 1938-2015.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): Barbie, John | Blackhall, Sheena, 1947- | Brackenbury, Rosalind | Causley, Charles, 1917-2003 | Edge, Beth | Fanthorpe, U. A., 1929- | Milne, William S | Mitchell, Elma, 1919-2000 | Mort, Graham | Scammell, William 1939-2000 | Wade, Stephen | Turnbull, Gael, 1928-2004 | reviews < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankindGenre/Form: SPIREV.General Note: In: Lines review. No. 105 (Jun 1988); p.44.; Review round-up of: Telling each other it is possible, by Rosalind Brackenbury; Hame-drauchtit, by Sheena Blackhall; A watching brief, by U.A. Fanthorpe; People etcetera, by Elma Mitchell; A winter journey, by Gael Turnbull; Eldorado, by William Scammell; Churwell poems, by Stephen Wade; A country on fire, by Graham Mort; Lightning country, by John Barbie; No stranger to this place, by Beth Edge; Twa-three lines, by W.S. Milne; and, Causley at 70..
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In: Lines review. No. 105 (Jun 1988); p.44.

Review round-up of: Telling each other it is possible, by Rosalind Brackenbury; Hame-drauchtit, by Sheena Blackhall; A watching brief, by U.A. Fanthorpe; People etcetera, by Elma Mitchell; A winter journey, by Gael Turnbull; Eldorado, by William Scammell; Churwell poems, by Stephen Wade; A country on fire, by Graham Mort; Lightning country, by John Barbie; No stranger to this place, by Beth Edge; Twa-three lines, by W.S. Milne; and, Causley at 70.

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