<strong>John Clare</strong>&nbsp;claimed to be Shakespeare, Lord Byron, and Sir Walter Scott. His poetry, like the asylum he inhabited, was a place of introspection,&nbsp;delusions,&nbsp;and despair

John Clare&amp;nbsp;claimed to be Shakespeare, Lord Byron, and Sir Walter Scott. His poetry, like the asylum he inhabited, was a place of introspection,&amp;nbsp;delusions,&amp;nbsp;and
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John Clare claimed to be Shakespeare, Lord Byron, and Sir Walter Scott. His poetry, like the asylum he inhabited, was a place of introspection, delusions, and despair

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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