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Introduction xi proves this in ‘The Night-Flying Bees’. The present Anthology subscribes to that axiom of sympathy, agility, active involvement. It is Ellen Cranitch’s belief ‘that living life and engaging with people, loving them, losing them, is the most important thing of all’. She could not otherwise have written ‘My Mother’s Hair’.

David Constantine

Robyn Marsack Bernard O’Donoghue

June 2010

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