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    I cannot seem to find 'The Kray Sisters' online. If anyone could give me a link I'd be grateful.

    Thanks.
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    Who is it by?
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    Who is it by?
    It's by Carol Ann Duffy. Most of the search results are obscured by sites like coursework.info offering essays on it, which makes me think it should be easily accessible in a GCSE or A-Level anthology?
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    It's by Carol Ann Duffy. Most of the search results are obscured by sites like coursework.info offering essays on it, which makes me think it should be easily accessible in a GCSE or A-Level anthology?
    Ah, OK, that would explain why you can't find it online. Duffy is still very much alive, so her poems would be copyrighted. I just checked the poetry database on LION, which contains some poems by living poets as well, but it's not there, so I'm afraid I can't help you.
    What you could do, though, would be to search for GCSE / A-level poetry anthologies on amazon, because they might show you the table of contents. That way you'd at least know which book to get from the library.
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    LION
    oh, I'm not the OP - I was just trying to help in case you had a magic wand with which to find it. I'm second-year English Lit and I've got to thank you - This LION looks fascinating! cheers for your inadvertent help
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    oh, I'm not the OP - I was just trying to help in case you had a magic wand with which to find it. I'm second-year English Lit and I've got to thank you - This LION looks fascinating! cheers for your inadvertent help
    Oops, you're right - clearly it's too early in the day for me to be replying to posts.

    If your university has a subscription, you should definitely have a look around LION; there's a lot of good stuff there.:yep:
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    If your university has a subscription, you should definitely have a look around LION; there's a lot of good stuff there.:yep:
    absolutely, I've just had a look and it looks great, +repped for your help.
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    Had a little search and here it is, at page 15 of the pdf (page 63 of the scan): http://briancroxall.pbworks.com/f/Ca...ms+trimmed.pdf
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    (Original post by _Claudia_)
    Had a little search and here it is, at page 15 of the pdf (page 63 of the scan): http://briancroxall.pbworks.com/f/Ca...ms+trimmed.pdf
    Thank you for your help
 
 
 
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