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‘Ultimately he (Woolley) is an imagist/symbolist, in a tradition extending back as far as Eliot and Pound’s own poetic mentor, Jules Laforgue, and this book is a worthy addition to that branch of the modernist canon.’
Nick Cooke for Sentinel Literary Quarterly

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