John Clare, Politics and Poetry demanding situations the conventional portrait of 'poor John Clare', the helpless sufferer of non-public situation. Clare's occupation has been awarded as a catastrophe of editorial heavy-handedness, condescension, a bad industry, and conservative patronage. but Clare was once no longer a passive sufferer. This research explores the resources of the 'poor Clare' culture, and recovers Clare's service provider, revealing a author absolutely engaged in his personal expert lifestyles and within the social and political questions of the day.

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