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This item is taken from PN Review 262, Volume 48 Number 2, November - December 2021.

Letters to the Editor
Anthony Rudolf writes: I was pleased to read Colin Still’s generous, perceptive and instructive account of Michael Horovitz in PNR 261. One regret: there was no mention of the poet Inge Else Laird, a key figure in his life for quite a few years. She is well remembered by those who knew and loved her. Michael in an obituary note in the Guardian in 2011 evoked ‘the near ego-less purity of her aspirations and achievements’.


Peter Popham writes: Interesting editorial in no 261, just arrived. You seem on the verge of saying something. Then in the gnomic final paragraph you funk it. I think you owe Chimene and Co a more robust conclusion.

This item is taken from PN Review 262, Volume 48 Number 2, November - December 2021.



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