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Mary Anning Discovers the Plesiosaur, 1824 single work   poetry   "These objects you dig around seem"
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Mary Anning Discovers the Plesiosaur, 1824
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Author's note: In 2010, Mary Anning was recognised by the Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge as one of the 10 most influential women scientists in British history.

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    y separately published work icon Not Very Quiet no. 2 March 2018 13363625 2018 periodical issue poetry

    'The poems in this issue of Not Very Quiet have moved, startled and delighted me, and they leave me in no doubt that (in the resounding words of Arundathi Roy) we will lay siege to empire and pave the way for another world …

    'She is definitely on her way … I can hear her breathing …' (Anita Patel, Editorial introduction)

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