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  • I have much admired and enjoyed John Fuller's collection of poems Ghosts. He contemplates age and death with a kind of glee and surprised intelligence that I find very sympathetic

    A.S. Byatt, New Statesman
  • Elegant, surprising meditations on approaching death - the persistence of past people and things, and the liveliness of infants

    Guardian
  • Fuller is a wonderfully skilled craftsman and the grace and elegance of his style is at the service of not only a sharp wit and intelligence, but a great depth of feeling

    Sunday Telegraph
  • Fuller's poetry can be seen to build a bridge of boats between light verse and solemn energy with the best technique of anyone writing in Britain now

    Peter Porter

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