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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