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Borodale, Sean, Notes for an Atlas (n.p.: Isinglass, 2003).

Notes for an Atlas is a 370-page poem written whilst walking around London. It was first published in November 2003 and reprinted in 2007.The poem was recommended by Robert Macfarlane in the Guardian Summer Books 2005, where he described it as an 'extraordinary poem ... [which] rings with sadness, haphazardness and utterly modern beauty.'

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