Poems by John Clare
John Clare's poetry praised the simple pleasures of rural life and attacked the encroaching industrial world.
In the poem I Am he sets out his feelings of alienation, both mentally and politically, inspired by the introduction of Enclosure Acts.
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|Unfortunately, Remembrances is only be available in 'Read' format due to copyright.|
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Image: National Portrait Gallery, London