Themes of John Clare

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  • Themes of John Clare
    • Village Life
      • Cottager
      • Foddering Boy
      • December
      • Sonnet: 'The barn door is open'
      • St. Martin's Eve
      • Sonnet: 'I dreaded walking where there was no path'
      • Sonnet: 'I dreaded walking where there was no path'
      • The Wheat Ripening / The Beans in Blossom / Sonnet: 'The landscape laughs in Spring
    • Love of Nature
      • Summer Tints
      • Sonnet: 'The barn door is open'
      • Emmonsales Heath
      • The Ants
    • Changing World
      • The Cottager
      • Rememberances
      • Decay, A Ballad
      • Remembrances
      • Song: Last Day
      • Fallen Elm
      • The Lament of Swordy Well
      • The Moors
      • Sonnet: 'I dreaded walking where there was no path'
      • from 'The Parush'
    • Conflict with Nature
      • The Foddering Boy
      • Gypsy Camp
      • St. Martin's Eve
      • Sonnet: 'I found a ball of grass among the hay'
      • Sonnets: The Heddgehog
    • Love
      • Song: 'The morning mist is changing blue'
      • Ballad: 'I dreamt not what it was to woo'
      • Song: 'Say what is love'
    • Animals
      • Sonnet: The Hedgehog
      • The Ants
      • Sonnet: 'I love to hear the evening crows go by'
      • The Pettichap's Nest
      • Sonnt: 'I found a ball of grass among the hay'
      • The Wren
      • The Landrail
    • Self Identity
      • To be placed at the back of his portrait
      • To John Clare
      • Memorry
    • Mystery of Nature
      • Summer Moods
      • The Landrail

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