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Posted in conference papers Tags: archaeology, british countryside, british poetry, derbyshire, elmet, excavation, fay godwin, historical geography, industry, jack clemo, jeffrey radley, landscape, lead, mineshafts, mining, owen sheers, peter riley, piers hugill, poetry, post-industrial, quarry, ruins, ted hughes, theories of archaeology, w. h. auden, yorkshire
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