The Horses by Edwin Muir?


Edwin Muir wrote the 'Horses'
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Edwin Muir published "One Foot in Eden" in 1956, a final collection which contains 'The Horses' his apocalyptic vision of war and destruction and of the primal grace and
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Pagan: His childhood in remote and unspoiled Orkney represented an idyllic Eden to Muir, while his family's move to the city corresponded in his mind to a deeply disturbing encounter
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