Sun 21 February 2016, The Sunday Times

Women show how to read it and weep

By Richard Brooks
FOR some women it is the haunting words of First World War poets. For others, it is the romantics such as Keats and Wordsworth. While for three — Lady Antonia Fraser, Yoko Ono and Claire Tomalin — the poems written by loved ones, now dead, are the works that move...
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