Carol Ann Duffy - Crit quotes

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Clare McEwan
"Giving voice to previously marginalised or silenced figures"
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British Council
"She writes in everyday conversational language"
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Forbes magazine
"Duffy is the antithesis of Philip Larkin"
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Elizabeth O'Reilly
“The principal stress of the poem is a struggle between ideal and actual; inclusive terms which, however, contain more particular antitheses of pleasure and pain.”
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Elizabeth O'Reilly
“The principal stress of the poem is a struggle between ideal and actual; inclusive terms which, however, contain more particular antitheses of pleasure and pain.”
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Adam O'Riordan
“The principal stress of the poem is a struggle between ideal and actual; inclusive terms which, however, contain more particular antitheses of pleasure and pain.”
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"She writes in everyday conversational language"

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"Duffy is the antithesis of Philip Larkin"

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“The principal stress of the poem is a struggle between ideal and actual; inclusive terms which, however, contain more particular antitheses of pleasure and pain.”

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“The principal stress of the poem is a struggle between ideal and actual; inclusive terms which, however, contain more particular antitheses of pleasure and pain.”

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