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  1. Bill Noble
  1. Correspondence to Dr Bill Noble, Academic Unit of Supportive Care, University of Sheffield, Sykes House, Little Common Lane, Sheffield s11 9ne, UK; bill.noble{at}

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I have a poem as my choice for this issue. Clive James AO CBE is the well-known Australian broadcaster, critic, essayist, memoirist and poet—described by The New Yorker as ‘a brilliant bunch of guys.’ James has just published a complete verse translation of Dante's Divine Comedy. He has also kindly sent us a new poem, ‘Change of Domicile’ to be published for the first time. See John Birtwhistle's editorial for a scholarly account of its worth and what we can learn from a dying poet.

The theme of this issue, ‘Ways of caring’ is an echo of another writer, John Berger who wrote ‘A Fortunate Man’, one of the most insightful descriptions of the life of a …

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