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REFERENCES AND NOTES

1. Plath, S. Letters Home, Faber, 1999. p.243.

2. In his review of Louis MacNeice’s Astrology in 1964, Ted wrote that “it doesn’t matter” whether astrology is an intuitive art or a science “so long as it works” (Winter Pollen, Faber, 1994. p.51).

3. Reid, C. (Ed.). Letters of Ted Hughes, Faber, 2007. p.497.

4. Craig Moore, HREF="http://business.virgin.net/fly.shop/sd10-stoatstail.html"The Fly Fishing Shop, Morden, Surrey, England.

5. Ted Hughes: Collected Poems, Faber, 2003. p 652.

6. Neil Spencer discussed Ganquelin’s work in True as the Stars Above, Victor Gollancz, London, 2000. pp.94-6.

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